Depression, often known as major depressive disorder, is a serious medical illness that affects many people. It has an impact on how individuals think, feel, and act. Depression operates by limiting the hormones secreted and a person's interest in previously liked activities, which might imperil one's job productivity and at-home life. In any given year, one out of every fifteen people, or 6.7 percent, is said to be depressed. Depression affects one out of every six people (16.6 percent) at some time in their life. Depression may occur at any age, although it is most frequent between the ages of puberty and early adulthood. There is a considerable degree of heredity when first-degree relatives suffer from depression, up to 40%.
Although depression is primarily a mental disorder, it may also manifest itself physically. Depression can cause physical symptoms such as pain, stomach discomfort, exhaustion, and restlessness. People can have these physical problems for a range of reasons, but they may be unaware that depression is one of them. Other physical symptoms of depression include high blood pressure, appetite changes resulting in weight gain or weight loss, insomnia, and even decreased immune system effectiveness.
Many people are unaware that depression may cause hair loss. Depression is the most common mental health disorder globally, and many people are unaware that it can cause hair loss. Hair loss and depression are related, and persons who are depressed may discover that their hair becomes dry, brittle, and frequently breaks. Depression's physiological states, such as poor mood, discouragement, low self-esteem, and feeling fatigued, can cause the hair development phase to slow down, resulting in hair loss. It's also worth noting that some antidepressant drugs can induce hair loss as a side effect. If you're depressed and have observed hair loss, you should talk to your doctor about it to see if your prescription may be adjusted.
In most situations, hair loss caused by mental health disorders may be cured. Stress caused by depression is the underlying cause of hair loss in the majority of mental health concerns. Temporary hair loss occurs when hair stops growing and remains dormant during a stressful period, causing the hair to shed. If the stress persists, the hair will stop growing. If the stress is relieved, your hair will return to its average hair growth rate, and within a month or two, you will find that your hair loss has halted and new hair is growing. If you think that your body is not going to fix the hair loss caused by depression, you may want to seek professional help with hair transplants. Hair transplants are known to increase one’s self-confidence and happiness. So it’d be wise to consider this option as well. If you had a hair transplant before, you may consider a second hair transplant if the results are not enough, but it is very rare.
If you choose Asmed, you can make sure that you are getting the best possible hair transplant procedure possible. Our professionals will help you along the way and you can contact us immediately through our website. Learn more about the FUE hair transplant and the best procedures for yourself through our website.
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