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Posted 1 year ago

Let's face it, we're no strangers to facing stress on a daily basis but unfortunately for many of us, this has dramatically increased since the onset of the pandemic. In fact, a recent study conducted by National University Health System (NUHS) said that stress is affecting 61% of individuals working from home compared to 53% of those in the frontline. Such high stress levels can lead to significant hair loss in the long run, which eventually affects one's confidence. It goes without saying that the key to preventing such hair loss is to keep stress under control as much as you possibly can, but here's the good news: this form of temporary hair loss - known medically as telogen effluvium - is highly treatable and rescuing your strands is as simple as getting an early diagnosis and receiving the right treatment. If you've been experiencing more hair fall than usual in these difficult and stressful times, be proactive and do right by your hair. WhatsApp us at 94387088 to make an appointment with our certified trichologists today.

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