It was another Friday night that I learned that the latest COVID lock was damaging my body.

I sat down with my eight-year-old daughter in a “beauty salon” session, sitting in front of my daughter holding a hairbrush to create my daughter’s unique hairstyles. After a few minutes, she stopped brushing and stopped.

“Mom, you’re losing a lot of hair!” She screamed as she showed me the brush. On top of that, endless threads seemed to scare my head and make me want to run away.

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Dilvin Yasa
I made a plan by brushing my hair in the most miserable little coffee in human history. (Instagram / Delvin Yasa)

Over the next few days, I began to find my hair everywhere. In the morning I was greeted with a whole bunch of threads on my pillow, and as my husband went on my business trip, I started to gather my tail. On the bathroom floor, there seems to be enough hair to form the carpet extension that was already in place, and bathing means that my feet feel rolling down the drain.

Confusion, of course, but only once did I pull my hair back to the tail and find it too thin to face the facts – I lost my hair. why?

After many medical appointments that could be described as ‘human pin pillows’, the result was in. Blood, organs, and tissues are all clearly restored.

You mentioned that you were very nervous when you finally arrived. It may be time to acknowledge that your hair loss is related to your stress levels, so perhaps all we need to do now is figure out how to reduce these levels.

A young woman in a lock, sitting in her house, looking out the window.  She practices social distance because of Kovid-19
“How does one reduce stress when you live as a prisoner in your own home?” (Getty)

Anxiety-related hair loss is not new, and in fact, epidemic-related hair loss is being reported around the world, with a steady stream of patients heading to GPS, dermatologists and hair removal clinics when their hair is overgrown or in stock. For many, hair loss is the result of COVID exposure, but for others, the stress of living in the fast-paced new world order.

A) How does one reduce stress when your children are in school, and b) when you try to keep your own job upside down and basically live as a prisoner in your own home? ?

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While I was combing my hair in the most tragic little coffee in human existence, I made a plan. First, I accept mediation as my personal savior and do everything I can to keep my head above water and do nothing else. I did not reach out for more projects and accepted ‘enough’ for my children’s school work. The house doesn’t need flashes, emails don’t respond immediately (and they certainly don’t need answers in the evenings or on weekends).

For the past few weeks, I have learned to say no to anything that causes me more anxiety – the kind that I control.

Delvin says that motherhood has changed her for the better.
Over the past few weeks, I’ve learned not to worry too much about anything. (Instagram / dilvinyasa)

In a compulsory place, I have been happy ever since. Instead of looking at the purpose for which they are serving, they do things just because I like it. I take long daily walks in the sun, create art and spend hours working on 1000 pieces The New York Mysteries (those things are strangely addictive). The coloring books are back and I cut off at 3pm to see some days Ted Laso.

I’m not lying. Some days are harder than others and I often worry about unbearable anxiety. What I Can They say, however, that by making these changes in my life, I have significantly reduced my stress level, my hair has stopped falling, and new hair has begun to grow.

My goal? ለመጠበቅ To maintain the same balance at the beginning of the regular program… and finally to be able to wear my hair once.