Cause of Hair Fall: Can Stress Cause It?



Can stress make your hair fall out?

Are you wondering if stress could be the cause of your hair fall? Yes, it's totally possible! Stress is a sneaky little thing that wreaks major havoc on your body, including your hair, from the inside out. Here's the sitch: we naturally shed 50 to 80 hair strands a day, but stress can disrupt your hair’s natural growth and rest cycle. When that cycle is messed with, that becomes the cause of hair loss in women. 

What do we mean when we say stress? It can be anything really, like putting in a lot of overtime at work, going through a breakup, and moving houses. Now before you get even more stressed out, you'll be glad to know that there's a natural remedy for hair loss. 

The home remedy for hair fall caused by stress is to wash your hair—an easy fix that you can do right away with the new breakthrough Pantene Pro-Vitamin Hair Fall Control range.

Step one is to wash your hair with the Pantene Pro-V Hair Fall Control Shampoo, which makes hair stronger from base to tip, resulting in less hair fall when hair is wet or after combing.

After shampooing, the next step is to use the Pantene Pro-V Hair Fall Control Conditioner, which nourishes and strengthens hair and prevents breakage caused by hair dehydration. Or, you can try the Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Hair Fall Control Conditioner after shampooing. It strengthens hair against breakage for 98% less hair fall, not to mention smoothens three months of hair damage in just three minutes.

That's it—just two easy steps to stronger, healthier, smoother hair. Using the Pantene Pro-Vitamin Series, your hair will bounce back in no time and you'll be a pro on how to prevent hair loss. 

P.S. In the event of what feels like excessive stress and hair fall, though, it’s always best to consult your doctor to make sure that everything’s in tip-top shape!
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