1/9/2019
Posted by Hair Detanglers

Can Depression Lead to Matted Hair or Does Matted Hair Increase Depression?

Most people feel anxious or depressed at some point in their life, the loss of a loved one, loss of work, going through a divorce, and other difficult situations can lead a person to feel sad, alone, nervous, with fear or anxiety. These feelings are normal reactions to the stressors of life itself.  And they can cause one not to comb their hair.

In this article you will know the symptoms of depression and because this is very commonly caused by anxiety. Some people experience these feelings daily, for no apparent reason, which hinders the normal functioning of every day, quite possibly these people may have a generalized anxiety disorder, depression, or both.

It is not uncommon for a person suffering from anxiety to also present the symptoms of depression, or vice versa, almost half of those diagnosed with depression are also diagnosed with anxiety disorders, the good news is that these disorders can be corrected.  No matter whatever the case is, being depressed with tangled matted hair is pretty normal. The depression is a disorder whose main symptoms a state of low and difficulty or loss of interest to enjoy mood, Crying, sadness, anguish, despair, together with body aches (back, head), muscular tensions, dizziness, lack of energy, fatigue, insomnia, anorexia, breathing difficulties, were the manifestations most frequently suffered in the body by people interviewed and who charged for them a disabling and painful character.

 All affections of the body that initially appear without motivation, illogical and incomprehensible, foreign from one's own experience; but often also has other effects, such as sleep disturbance, fatigue, loss of energy and appetite disorders, including others. In addition to diseases associated with depression, there are certain summarizations, such as hair loss. This is because usually, one goes through the phase of depressed with tangled matted hair; the hair is not combed well thus resulting in matted hair.



To that is added that a certain laziness that invades us makes our diet not usually the most appropriate and that the intake of iron and protein is deficient. So our body has to look for those nutritious resources for all those areas that are considered less priority, and this affects, among others, the normal life cycle of the hair. There are countless people who are a victim of depression and uncombed hair and have faced the postpartum depression with matted tangled hair. On other occasions, the treatments that are prescribed to combat it can also affect the scalp, especially those that include tri-cyclic antidepressants. But once the depression is overcome, the hair grows back.

The verdict is that the mental health is important; It affects people all over the world and of all ages. Everyone should take it seriously. Do not just push your children, spouse, parents, and siblings and tell them that they can overcome something they legitimately cannot. They should never feel so devalued to the point that he does not want to comb their hair and/or look after them. So if you suffer postpartum depression with matted tangled hair, need not worry, it is a phase that shall pass by!  Always remember that  ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE WITH GOD....Luke 1:37.  Only believe and Jesus will help your faith to be strengthened.


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