The coronavirus pandemic has changed our world unforeseeably and affected society’s mental health. Balancing work and home life, managing finances, and worrying about your family’s health adds up and causes tons of stress. This stress more than likely has led to some health problems, such as hair loss.
The Miami Herald reported hair loss as a stress side effect. The Herald reported more patients finding hair clumps due to virus stress. But hair loss increases stress, which further affects mental health. Is there a way out of the cycle?
What to do if you are stressed
So many people are worried about the coronavirus that the Centers for Disease Control provided guidelines to manage coronavirus stress.
The CDC recommends:
- Finding time to disconnect from the news and coronavirus updates
- Getting plenty of sleep and exercising (safely!) outdoors
- Connecting with loved ones
- Informing yourself about where and how to get treatment in the event of illness
It’s normal to lose up to 150 strands of hair daily, but if you believe you’re losing more than that, you might want to consult your doctor.
For many people, hair loss often correlates to a loss of confidence. Hairline Ink has the solution. We offer a specialized scalp micro pigmentation procedure that adds color and dimension to a thinning scalp or hairline. Our experts use the latest in technology, combined with quality pigment, to fill gaps in coverage.
If you fear that you may be losing hair because of stress related to the coronavirus, the team at Hairline Ink can help. Our process of scalp micropigmentation is an advanced tattoo-like procedure that adds pigment and dimension to your scalp. Our experts use cutting edge needles, machines, and pigments to give our clients the most realistic-looking hairline. The results are permanent and our clients love it. We can also cover up scars on your head with specialized pigmentation camouflage.