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Celebrities who went through hair loss due to anxiety!

One of the most important and inevitable parts of the Hollywood life is the stress that you are going to face with the schedules that you have and also the weeks that go on without you sleeping even for a second. It is certainly too much work and not everyone is able to handle all of this and get by it. Some of the celebrities end up with a mental break down. Some have anxiety all the time. The result of too much pressure shows up in your body and mess up with the whole system. One of the side effects is hair loss. Here are the celebrities who went through hair loss due to anxiety!

Jesy Nelson

Jesy Nelson who was born on the 14th of June 1991 is a member of the band called Little Mix and also one of the stars who has been through a lot with stress, anxiety, and cyber-bullying during her time on the singing competition show The X Factor. She just like another member of this group was engaged to a member of a boy band group that later on broke up in 2016. The star is known for her beautiful hair right now, however, it was not always like this!

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Talking about a subject such as the hair loss is not something that is easy to go through especially if you are a lady. She talked to the Fabulous magazine about the bullying she went through saying: "I was probably about 13 when my hair just started coming out, Stress can cause alopecia and it wasn’t nice. I got picked on because I’ve always liked to dress differently. I’ve never really wanted to fit in with everyone else. It’s definitely made me stronger and I’m lucky that I’ve got these three girls as well because we stick up for each other."

Tyra Banks

This beauty guru was bullied and teased at school for the way she looked. At the age of 11, she grew three inches and lost 30 pounds in three months. People were calling her names such as ‘ugly duck’. Entering the modeling business was difficult due to the lack of interest in black people. When she walked into the 6th modeling agency and got rejected she just wanted to give up but that was the turning point in her life! Finally, an agency signed a contract with her and that was the beginning of her story.

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During the time she was writing her best-selling novel, Modelland, the star went through some tough time stress related. She said: "Honestly, chilling for me was eating a meal, I couldn't just look at the ocean. And in hindsight that wasn't healthy. How can I say this without tearing up? I got a little alopecia from the stress." A dermatologist said: "When the body undergoes a stressor, the hair follicle is affected and a new equilibrium is set for the hair cycle. When the body recovers from stress, hair will get back up to its normal... ratio of growth over time."

Matt Lucas

Matt Lucas is probably known as one of the most confident English comedians, screenwriters, actors and even singers! He is known for his show Little Britain and also for Shooting Stars, Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee in Alice in Wonderland and its sequel, Alice Through the Looking Glass. And now the popular series Doctor Who. However, even he went through some dark time and felt self-consciousness after losing his hair when he was a kid! In an interview with The Mirror, he said:

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"In 1980, aged six, I woke up one morning to find several hairs on my pillow. The next day the same thing happened, only this time there were a lot more. By the end of that summer all my hair had fallen out. I have the same insecurities anyone else has about their appearance... well, probably more so, I lost my hair when I was six so the fact that I looked different was made apparent to me from a very early age. People always commented on it so I think my way of dealing with it through the years was to disguise myself. It felt like a safe thing to do."

Viola Davis

Viola Davis who was born on the 11th of 1965 is an actress and a producer. She is the first black actress who has been nominated for three Academy Awards and up to this day, she has won so many awards. In 2015, the star made a history with becoming the first black woman to win Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for playing the role of the famous Annalise Keating in the series How to Get Away with Murder. She also won so many awards for her role in the movie Fences.

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The same thing happened to one of the most successful black women in Hollywood. She says: "I woke up one day and it looked like I had a Mohawk. Big splash of bald on the top of my head, I was like, What is this? I was so desperate for people to think that I was beautiful… I wore a wig in the Jacuzzi. I had a wig I wore around the house. I had a wig that I wore to events. I had a wig that I wore when I worked out. I have spent so much of my life not feeling comfortable in my skin."

"My favourite saying in the world is, ‘The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. I spent years ridiculously self-conscious about the bald patches I had, and had lost all hope of ever having a full head of healthy hair, until now. After just 3 months of treatment there are clear changes and my hope is back. Things like I can now tie my hair back or go swimming without strategically placing my hair and worrying."

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