STRESS & ANXIETY
Sometimes emotional or physical stress can lead to hair loss, which is a serious concern for most people and something they wish to reverse.
However, due to the length of the hair-growth cycle, people often only begin losing their hair weeks or months after the stressful event has occurred, and the hair loss can continue for several months afterwards. Luckily, hair will usually grow back on its own once the source of stress has been removed.
The good news for anxiety sufferers is that not all anxiety-related hair loss is permanent. If stress and anxiety are what caused your hair loss, then reducing that anxiety can help your hair regrow. Not all hair comes back after it is lost regardless of the cause, and your hair loss may be natural and not caused by anxiety. No matter what, you need to make sure that you are addressing your anxiety directly in order to both reduce the likelihood of anxiety-related hair loss as well as the anxiety you experience due to your hair loss.