“I can’t stop pulling my eyebrows out.” This was a desperate plea from a recent client that felt helpless to do anything about it. We hear many versions of this cry for help from hundreds of people when they first come to us. Some have been diagnosed with trichotillomania, some have not. What they all share is the irresistible urge to pull their hair out, whether it be from the top, side or back of their head, eyebrows, eyelashes, arm hair, leg hair, pubic hair or from multiple locations. Each of them also wants to stop, but feels helpless to do so. Most often, we can help.
We have found that the urge to pull for most people stems from an imbalance in brain chemicals called neurotransmitters. What we do is determine the exact amount of nutrients a person needs to naturally restore proper neurotransmitter function. When this occurs, the urge to pull is eliminated.
To learn more, review the information on this site. In particular, be sure and search this site by typing in “how to stop pulling eyebrows out” to find the stories of many people that have used this approach to successfully stop pulling their hair out, including eyebrows, eyelashes, hair on their head and other body hair. They have completely resolved their urges to pull and freed themselves to channel all that energy into things that they enjoy rather than constantly fighting the battle to stop pulling. You can too.