People deal with stress differently. 


People deal with hair loss differently some are ashamed, secretive, and become stressed.

This can make hair loss worse. For some, stress and trauma cause hair thinning and hair loss.

Shedding hair is normal: Most people shed 50 to 100 hairs each day, and with over 100,000 hairs on the scalp, this isn’t noticeable.

However, stress or trauma can cause the body to shed more than 80-100 hairs daily.

When stress causes the rate of shedding to exceed the rate of regrowth, or when new hair is thinner than hair that’s been shed or hair comes out in patches, hair loss can eventually lead to baldness.

It’s important to address this as you see it happen and prioritize it amongst all the madness you might feel like you’re facing…

We’re inviting you to:

-Schedule some time to just lay down and relax in your bed without any screens or devices for even just ten minutes

-Call up or text an old friend you can trust to just share what’s going on with you 

-Plan something FUN in the next few weeks. Even if it’s watching one of your favorite comedies, or just putting your favorite songs on and just dancing by yourself! Laughter and Movement have so much beautiful power when it comes to healing 

-Don’t feel ashamed or that you have to hide due to hair loss. 

DO the thing that makes you feel great, beautiful, confident!

And if your hair loss is causing even more stress for you because you’re embarrassed about whether others can tell, then it might be a good idea for you to explore a topper until your hair grows back.

March 09, 2024 — Kelsie Baldé