how to stop hair loss from stress
By Tamim Hamid Updated on 04/21/2024

How to Stop and Regain Hair Loss from Stress?

You’re not alone if every day is a bad hair day right now. Things are not OK in the world, but stress can cause hair loss and hair loss can lead to more stress. When you’re stressing out, your white blood cells open up an all-out attack on your hair follicles. Maybe you’re seeing more hair on your pillow or in the shower right now, but how to stop and regain hair loss from stress?

Hair loss during shower? Should you be worry? Find out.

The diet experts will tell you to avoid caffeine and alcohol. Really? So you stay home, don’t work, there’s no school, no restaurants AND you have to give up coffee and alcohol? Maybe… not!

The fitness gurus will tell you to indulge in physical activity. Okay... I’ll run around the back yard a few times!

The Somnologists (sleep doctors) will say get more sleep. A great suggestion and hey what else is there to do right now?

Psychologists and Yogis will recommend relaxation techniques and meditation. Think “I deserve serenity”, “I love the world” “Everything will be OK”, but then the kids start yelling in the middle of your conference call, the dog starts eating the sofa, you’re out of milk and eggs but don’t really want to go to the store in a mask so reach for the ice-cream but oh, that’s out too…

Don’t let your stress lead to hair loss. How do you stop hair loss from stress and breathe easily so that after all this is over, you’ll return to good hair days?

Many hair restoration surgeons are recommending that their patients use Theradome to help prevent further hair loss from stress and to grow new hair, safely from home, during the Corona lockdowns. If you’re not a hair restoration candidate and don’t want to become one, don’t stress it. Theradome is an easy-to-use, hands-free solution that can prevent stress-related hair loss.

You can wear Theradome while you’re practicing relaxation exercises and meditation, or while you’re home-schooling the kids or even while you’re eating ice-cream.

Kudos to the inspiring people finding creative ways to enjoy life. Here’s three things you can do while wearing your Theradome on lockdown:

  • Download Word Relax, you can get paid on your phone to do Crossword puzzles – for real!
  • Watch all the Oscars best pictures from the last 20 years.
  • Learn a new language with Babbel, the kids can learn too.

Are you ready to wave goodbye to thinning hair and hello to a rejuvenated scalp? Theradome's laser hair growth helmet is the solution you've been searching for. Transform your locks and boost your self-assurance. Order yours today!

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How can I stop my hair from falling out due to stress?

To prevent hair from falling out due to stress, try reducing stress levels through relaxation techniques like meditation, yoga, or deep breathing exercises. Ensure you sleep well, eat a balanced diet of protein, vitamins, and minerals, and stay hydrated. Massaging your scalp can also improve blood circulation and reduce hair fall.

Can hair grow back after stress loss?

Yes, hair can grow back after stress-related hair loss. Once the stressful situation is resolved or managed better, the excessive shedding stops. Within a few months, new hair growth should become visible as the hair follicles restart their normal cycle. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can help promote hair regrowth.

What does hair loss from stress look like?

Hair loss from stress usually looks like excessive shedding, especially when washing, brushing, or running your fingers through your hair. You may also notice more hair fall on your pillowcase or clothing.


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Tamim Hamid

Tamim Hamid

Inventor and CEO of Theradome

Sayyid Tamim Hamid, Ph.D, is the inventor of the world’s first FDA-cleared, wearable phototherapy device to prevent hair loss and thicken and regrow hair. Tamim, a former biomedical engineer at NASA and the inventor of Theradome, brings with him more than 38 years of expertise in product development, laser technology, and biomedical science. Tamim used his laser knowledge, fine-tuned at NASA, and combined it with his driving passion for helping others pursue a lifelong mission in hair loss and restoration. He is now one of the world’s leading experts.