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Does Stress damaging your Skin and Hair??

April 06 2018 at 09:21 AM by Admin

Stress is one of the worst feelings that you can think of. When it gets too dreadful, we lose hair, raise our BP level and even suffer heart attacks. The only way to deal with it is to take a deep breath, step back from the problem.

How Stress affects your Skin:

Stress and appearance are closely related to each other, so here have a look at skin and beauty concerns that stress can intensify, as well as some tips to prevent stress.

Acne & Breakouts

Stress is one of the leading causes of acne. Stress can cause the skin’s nerve endings to release a greater amount of stress hormone that provokes the skin, which increases production of your oil glands. When your oil glands fabricate sebum and that mixes with dead skin cells, your pores get sterile and bacteria create area to flower the base for breakouts.

Dry Skin & Redness

Stress can induce and intensify breakouts, dry skin redness, and irritation which can cause problems. Psychosocial stress and lack of sleep disrupt skin barrier function homeostasis making your skin more sensitive to natural irritants.

Weight Change

A hormone released during stress called CRH(Corticotrophins-releasing hormone) turns off the hunger, which means stress can cause weight loss for others. Stress can also cause weight gain in the common response to the stress of reaching for salty, sugary and processed foods.

Digestive Issues

When stress triggers the fight-or-flight response, digestion slows or stops so that the body can focus all energy on the task at hand. Indigestion, inflammation in the gut, heartburn and irritable bowel syndrome can all occur. Stress can alter the composition, variety, and a number of intestinal bacteria along with greater numbers of potentially harmful bacteria.




·         Get prepare for tomorrow

·         Take a healthy diet

·         Turn on some music

·         Give your thumbs a rest

·         Recall your past success

·         Do yoga and exercises

·         Talk about or write out what's worrying you

·         Don't be so serious

·         Identify at least one good thing that happened today

·         Take the stress in and release it


More important, you have to stay happy and positive otherwise stress will kill you.


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