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Trichotillomania, Tiredness and Immunology

Focusing on fatigue and trichotillomania, we offer simple, practical and logical tips for energy output. We explore body focused repetitive conditions such as trichotillomania, tiredness and associations with auto-immune deficiency. Many people with trichotillomania experience high levels of tiredness. Hair pulling can be tiring and effortful. When we most need an energy boost, the very …

BFRB scale

BFRB Scale 1 = over plucking eyebrows 2 = scalp pulling only, begins in adulthood and only rarely occurs 3 = moderate skin picking, never on face or hands 4 = hair pulling from hidden from view areas only, skin picking including hands but not face and neck 5 = cheek chewing, bruxism, tongue chewing, …

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Trichotillomania: Information for Health Professionals

Welcome to the section of our website dedicated to health professionals. Whether you are treating someone with an OCD related condition, body focused repetitive behaviour (BFRB) or are looking for information to share with your healthcare provider, we hope you’ll find everything you need via the links below. If you have any questions after reading, …

Success

Thanks so much! You are like our fave person ever. Seriously! We are grateful. As a non-profit, we can’t survive without your support and we truly believe you’ll thrive with ours. Just to confirm, we will NEVER spam or pass your e-mail address to anyone else – you are safe with us. We are not-for-profit …

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Promoting Public Understanding of Trichotillomania in the Media

Why the above isn’t just an advert You may be aware just how difficult things have been for non-profits in recent years.  We are blessed with people who believe in our work and want to support us.  https://coaching.care donate 100% of anything you purchase to Trichotillomania Support! We are committed to educating people about trichotillomania, through …

about trichotillomania

What is Trichotillomania donate In summary, this page Outlines the support available from Trichotillomania Support and its continued belief that pull freedom is possible for all. Discusses DSM-IV description of Trichotillomania and highlights issues about it which could be resolved in the next manual. Support and acceptance, pulling or not. Up-to-the-minute relevant research is provided …