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Based on WebMD, stress accelerates the aging process, it makes hair turn gray sooner and it may lead to hair loss. A stress that changes the appetite, affects sleep and increases the levels of stress hormones will trigger hair loss or alopecia.
When a person is over stressed, the levels of cortisol, which is the body's stress hormone, increase. High cortisol levels are the response of adrenal glands due to stress. But cortisol counteracts insulin, diminishes collagen, decreases bone density and triggers hair loss as well. If the high levels of stress are constant, the adrenal glands become overactive and produce higher amounts of adrenaline, testosterone and dihydrotestosterone (DHT).
DHT is, in most cases, the primary cause of hair loss. The hair follicles are sensitive to DHT, which makes the follicles shrink and diminish, while the hair will grow finer and thinner. Furthermore, the lifespan of hair will be reduced and, in the end, the hair will stop growing. Since tennis players go through such a huge stress, it is almost normal for them to have a receding hairline and lose their hair.
Provillus has been produced to support men and women affected by hair loss. Having natural ingredients that fight against the main cause of hair loss, Provillus stops the hair loss and promotes the natural regrowth of healthy hair. Being a great product that also prevents hair from falling, Provillus nourishes the scalp and improves the health of hair follicles.
Intimidation and threat on the tennis court may increase the levels of stress, but a good tennis player will learn how to control his emotions in order to reduce the impact of stress and focus on the success of his game. A player with dominant physical tennis skills can lose to a physically weaker player, but who possesses more advanced mental tennis skills. And perhaps the player with better mental skills has even more hair on the scalp than his opponent.