Course: Stress and Sleep Support in Hair Loss Conditions
Stress and Sleep Support in Hair Loss Conditions
Jessica Maloh, ND

There are multiple pathophysiological mechanisms that can result in and contribute to conditions of hair loss. These can include genetic predispositions, nutrient deficiencies, hormonal changes, and as emerging research suggests, even alterations in the gut and skin microbiome.

There are also numerous publications that demonstrate a bidirectional link between lifestyle factors, such as stress and sleep, in conditions of hair loss. To optimize patient care and increase the likelihood of response to treatment, it is important to maintain a holistic approach. This activity will review the associations between stress, sleep, and hair loss, and then discuss herbal and nutraceutical interventions that may influence these pathways in a beneficial manner.


User: Jessica Maloh
Jessica Maloh

Jessica completed her BSc at York University in Toronto, ON and has completed her Doctor of Naturopathy degree from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She believes that integrative medicine with an evidence-based approach can allow practitioners to better support patients and optimize patient care. Jessica is passionate about bridging naturopathic and conventional medicine in clinical dermatology.

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Ashley Dumont
Ashley Dumont

Dr. Ashley Dumont, ND is a Naturopathic Doctor and a graduate from the National University of Natural Medicine.

With a deep-rooted passion for dermatology, she believes in taking an evidence-based, holistic and individualized approach to skin health by addressing the foundational aspects of health as well as incorporating botanical medicine, nutraceuticals, mind-body medicine, and IV therapy. Dr. Dumont understands and values the importance of physical, spiritual, and emotional health and its direct connection to achieving healthy skin and overall wellness. Her goal is to empower her patients to take an active role in their personal and unique path to healing.

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