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For some, the disorder might come and go for days, weeks or even years.
The disorder typically develops in people aged nine to 13.
Alexandra Meister loved to dance and perform for others.
But at only nine years old, the dancer took off her fake eyelashes after a performance and realized she liked the sensation of pulling out her hair.
The body-focused repetitive behavior is a mental disorder where the person feels better after pulling out the hair on their body.
It is similar to people who feel the compulsion bite their skin, nails or tongue.
They can target any area on their body with hair, but typically they pull out their eyebrows, eyelashes and scalp.
Trich occurs more frequently in females, but one to two percent of the population suffers from it.
Trichotillomania, or trich, is a body-focused repetitive behavior where the person feels the urge to pull out their own hair.
The disorder causes her to want to pull her hair out.
She has been able to overcome the disorder with a strong support system and being open about it Alexandra (middle) told her mother about her disorder after trying to hide it for five years.
Trich is a body-focused repetitive behavior and one to two percent of the population suffer from the disorder.
Alexandra now performs with the Nashville Ballet in Tennessee but still struggles every day with the underlying urge to pull her out when anxious or upset.