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Mental stress may lead to skin problem in youngsters

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 25-11-2015
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We all know the stress levels youngsters have to go through today, whether it's for board exams or semesters, the competition to perform well often takes a toll on their mental health. Although stress in moderation among students can help them perform better, high levels of stress can lead to many skin-related problems among students, reveals a new study.

Proving that mental stress is leading to skin problems, a new American study has made some eye-opening revelations. A recent study surveyed stress patients (undergraduates) and found out that they suffered from itchy skin, hair loss, oily, waxy or flaky patches on the scalp and troublesome sweating more than others.
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