You mentioned in another post about your terrible sleeping habits. Turning night into day and getting up in the afternoon, with little exposure to sunlight as a result, can easily wreck circadian rhythm and as a result the timing of cortisol release. Paul Jaminet has some interesting articles about it you might want to check out: http://perfecthealthdiet.com/category/circadian-rhythm-therapy/
It's also important to go to bed at the same time every night and get up at the same time in the morning. Deciding whether you feel best on 7, 7:30, 8 or 8.5 hours sleep will likely factor into timings. It's best for most people to get to bed and be asleep by 10:30-11pm and wake at 6:30 - 7am. I mention sleep so much because it seems like you are doing a lot of things right with your diet, and have already been through the Roddy rigmarole of retarded recommendations.
Also, for the love of god just take finasteride for your male pattern baldness, and throw in some S5 cream along the hairline. You are statistically highly unlikely to have anything negative happen to you: http://www.reddit.com/r/tressless/comments/21ffox/a_compilation_of_all_the_largest_studies/
That suggestion right there will make you feel more at ease about your hair situation (your main source of anxiety it seems), thus reducing stress - and cortisol levels.