WAYS TO DEAL WITH IT:

Hair - - Love Yourself -

Ex­er­cise and a proper diet go a long way in mak­ing your hair health­ier. Get­ting enough rest and main­tain­ing a con­sis­tent sleep cy­cle is ex­tremely ben­e­fi­cial as well To avoid ob­ses­sive ten­den­cies about your hair, try med­i­ta­tion. It helps con­trol your thought process by re-in­still­ing a pos­i­tive at­ti­tude to­wards your hair Let go of un­re­al­is­tic ex­pec­ta­tions from your­self is a big step ahead. Fully ex­plor­ing the qual­i­ties within you and recog­nise the ones which truly de­fine you Share your thoughts with peo­ple you trust and are com­fort­able with like close friends and fam­ily. Shame and anx­i­ety are very nat­u­ral emo­tional fac­tors that are a part of hair dysmorphia and iso­la­tion can be one of the big­gest bar­ri­ers to cop­ing with it

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