Health & Hair
How Are the Two Connected
Your health is a direct contributing factor to the condition and healthiness of your hair. Because of the fast pace lifestyle that we live, stress is a main contributing factor in extreme hair loss. Stress creates high levels of energy in the body, which establishes and creates heat in the bulb. This heat tends to dry out the moisture in the bulb (the hair's growth center) and shuts down the hydrogen flow in the shaft. This will cause an interruption of the hydrogen and oxygen connection that establishes and creates moisture in the bulb.
The bulb is the growth center of the hair. Moisture must be contained to create and establish growth. Those who suffer from high levels of stress need to establish a proper hair maintenance program in order to supplement the moisture deficiency that stress causes to the hair. In cases where there are high levels of stress, a daily moisturizer will supplement the moisture deficiency caused through stress.
A total moisture maintenance system can eliminate hair loss due to stress. Extreme stress can contribute to alopecia. Keep in mind, daily maintenance is essential to eliminating hair loss due to stress.
Taking medication due to different health issues, creates side effects which can cause hair loss. Medication for health issues such as thyroid problem, high blood pressure can cause dryness in the hair, breakage and shedding culminating in hair loss. Using these types of medication results in high levels of energy, which can create heat in the bulb causing the bulb to be depleted of moisture. When a moisture system is used in these cases, you will lower the depletion of moisture in the bulb, causing the hair to become stabilized which will eliminate the loss of hair.
Taking heavy medications have a drying effect to hair. You must repeat the use of a maintenance system. Including a moisturizer in your daily routine will reproduce moisture to prevent dryness in the bulb, prevent the hair shaft to crystallize become brittle and cause breakage.