Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, is a condition where you sweat more than is typical based on the external temperature and your own activity levels. If bad enough, it can disrupt your daily activities and cause anxiety or embarrassment. To make matters worse, these overactive sweat glands might also be having an effect on your hair growth.
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Whether men like to admit it or not, we all have some insecurities from time to time. These insecurities can include anything from showing emotions, their careers (and where they are going), if they make enough money, if they are good fathers, sons, or husbands… or even being insecure about having insecurities at all. It also includes many issues relating to body image and the male beauty standard.
The B-complex vitamin B7 – also known as biotin – helps your body break food into energy. You can maintain a healthy level of biotin by eating meat, eggs, fish, seeds, some vegetables, and nuts. Most people receive enough biotin through their regular diet… but some people also choose to have it as a daily supplement.
Healthy eating seems to be a moving bar for most of us, with evolving nutritional information sometimes making it hard to decide just what eating plan is best for us. Turns out that one size does not fit all bodies or all needs.
People who are under stress – or who suffer from anxiety – experience a wide variety of mental and physical symptoms, as well as side effects. One often-unexpected area where stress and anxiety may have an impact is on our hair.
Stress is any type of change that causes emotional, psychological, or physical strain. It is the body’s response to a situation that requires attention or action. We all deal with stress on a daily basis, and reactions (such as irritability, anger, fatigue, muscle pain, digestive issues, and sleep disruption) are quite common.
May marks the 73rd annual Mental Health Awareness Month. In the years since Mental Health Awareness Month began; we’ve been developing a greater understanding of mental health, the problems people face, and how to properly handle those issues.
And – while we may not want to admit it – our physical appearance does impact our mental health. Despite the fact that the vast majority of men will experience some level of hair loss over time, going bald is linked to the development of mental health issues… including depression, anxiety, and poor self-image.
Excessive alcohol use affects every part of your body and all aspects of your health. Some of these effects are quite unexpected… even your hair can be negatively impacted by heavy drinking.
As its popularity has increased, you may have either heard of hyaluronic acid or noticed it if you were reading the ingredients on hair care and beauty products you may have purchased. And if you haven’t been looking at the ingredients in your hair care products, we strongly recommend you do. Some ingredients can be harsh on your scalp and damage your hair.
It is perfectly normal to want to style, color or perm your locks after a hair restoration procedure. Hair restoration results in permanent hair growth, so you can resume your regular routine or get creative with a new one… just be sure you are properly healed before using styling products or treatments!
Did you know that an ingredient found in gummy bears, marshmallows, pudding, and ice cream can stimulate your scalp and strengthen your hair? By adding gelatin to your diet – or by using a mask made with gelatin – you can “sweeten” the health of your hair.