It’s been more than a year since the novel coronavirus outbreak emerged into the world. Since then, the highly contagious disease COVID-19 has spread and infects millions of people worldwide. While the novel coronavirus’s initial symptoms are considered to be sniffles, sore throat, and fever, the disease manifests itself in completely unpredictable ways. Scientists and medical experts all over the world are researching more and more about this virus with each passing day to understand every possible attack of this virus on the entire body. During this research, they found some of the absolute symptoms, including upset stomach, pain in legs, and reduced smell or taste sensation. It is also not uncommon for sufferers of the virus to experience repertory issues and chronic fatigue that can persisting weeks after recovering from the infection.

It has been noted that patients who have recovered after battling COVID-19 suffer from temporary hair loss. Many case studies have also shown that hair loss is the potential long term effect of COVID-19.

Why Does COVID-19 Cause Hair Loss?

Temporary hair loss is common after having a fever or illness, and fever is one of the common symptoms of COVID-19. While many people think of this as hair loss, it’s actually extreme hair shedding that is medically known as ‘telogen effluvium.’ This happens when many hair follicles are accelerated into the resting phase of the hair growth cycle.

Most people notice hair shedding two to three months after having COVID-19. Handfuls of hair can come out during light activities such as showering or while brushing hair. This happens because your body experiences immense stress while fighting the virus. Due to the stress on the immune system, hair is prematurely accelerated to the resting phase of the hair growth cycle, where it will remain for a while before shedding. Typically, your hair follicles are all in different stages of the hair growth cycle, so you can shed hair without really noticing. However, in the case of those with telogen effluvium, many of the hair follicles are synced (and all in the resting, soon to be shedding phase of the hair regrowth cycle); this gives the appearance of massive hair loss usually occurring about 2-4 months after the stressful event.

How to battle hair loss caused by COVID-19?

First and foremost, you’ll want to alleviate your stress. Experts also suggest focusing on dialing down the stress levels because only then will excessive hair shedding stop. Sleeping well will help you recover. However, stress also causes a massive depletion of essential nutrients. So, you will need to replenish those nutrients to help your body return to proper health.

How does the Vitalize 3-Part Hair Repair System help combat hair loss?

Hair loss after having COVID-19 is temporary and can be recovered by taking proper care of your body and receiving enough nutrients. To replenish your body and help regrow hair, the Vitalize 3-Part Hair Repair System can help.

The Vitalize 3-Part Hair Repair System offers a multivitamin. You can choose between the Hair, Skin, & Nail Multivitamin tablet or the Multivitamin Hair Gummy. Both will do wonders for providing your body with the essential vitamins and minerals needed to stay healthy and boost hair growth. Second is the topical treatment called Vitalize Follicle Stem Cell Serum, which reawakens and re-energizes hair follicles while helping them enter a healthy state so that they can regrow healthy hair. And lastly, the Vitalize Hair and Scalp Treatment Oil hydrates and nourishes the hair, fights scalp irritation and inflammation, and seals in the Follicle Stem Cell Serum, helping the scalp return to a healthy state.

The Vitalize 3-Part Hair Repair System can help you recover from hair loss caused by telogen effluvium. To get started, call 800-800-7577 today.


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