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See the natural formula that can reduce your stress and help your hair loss issue:

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👱 Can Stress Cause Baldness – Hair Loss Part 5

So far you’ve learned that men who are losing their hair, typically have
LOWER testosterone
Higher DHT (Dihydrotestosterone)
HIGHER female hormones (estrogen, progesterone & prolactin)

Now, before I start today’s video… let me ask you a question: What hormone do you think is the “opposite” of Testosterone?…

When I ask this question, most people will say “estrogen”.

Which is incorrect.

Actually, the opposite of testosterone is your stress hormone, cortisol!

Which is a MAJOR problem and causing factor for almost everything related to aging, especially as it pertains to hair loss.

As this stress hormone goes up, your testosterone drops faster than brink in your swimming pool.

And this is nature’s way of preventing you from “procreating” and having babies.

Based on thousands of years of evolution, your body thinks that because you are under a lot of stress, there must be a shortage of food or shelter

…or some other problem which can cause death.

Thus, it’s not the best time for you to have babies.

So as cortisol levels go up, your testosterone drops and so does your sex drive.

Additionally, stress causes inflammation in the body.

And inflammation, known in pattern balding as perifollicular inflammation, plays a significant, perhaps the most significant role in hair loss.

Not only does it cause major hormonal imbalances, it also signals your body to produce various “hair loss” causing factors, enzymes, peptides and so forth.

Again, I want to keep things simple since I know most of us don’t care about the boring medical stuff.

What we want is more head hair, better testosterone and higher sex drive

So, how do we reduce cortisol?

Sleep as much as your body requires. Thus, don’t wake up to an alarm clock every day. If you’re sleep deprived, go to bed earlier.

Eat 5-6 small meals daily to balance your blood sugar, which helps lower cortisol.
Make sure you do something every day to relax, your own personal “hour of power”. That may be going for a walk outside, getting a massage, meditating, stretching, watching something funny or even taking a quick nap.

Take cortisol reducing supplements – such as 3000 mgs of Vitamin C daily, Ashwagandha extract, Rhodiola and Phosphatidylserine.

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👱 Can Stress Cause Baldness – Hair Loss Part 5

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