Hair Loss: 7 signs of hairfall due to stress

Increased Shedding: 

Noticeable hair loss beyond the normal shedding rate can indicate stress-induced hair fall.

Thinning Hair: 

Hair may appear thinner, especially along the part line or on the crown.

Scalp Issues: 

Stress can cause or exacerbate scalp conditions like dandruff or itching, which may contribute to hair fall.

Sudden Hair Loss: 

A sudden increase in hair fall, unrelated to seasonal shedding, could be stress-related.

Slower Hair Growth: 

Stress can disrupt the hair growth cycle, resulting in slower or stalled growth.

Physical Symptoms: 

Stress-related hair fall may be accompanied by other physical symptoms like headaches or muscle tension.

Emotional Factors: 

High stress levels, anxiety, or emotional turmoil can contribute to hair fall.