6 Crucial Methods To Get Your Hair Mushrooming Again

6 Crucial Methods To Get Your Hair Mushrooming Again

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Losing hair is nothing strange and everyone will lose a moderate amount of hair during his or her lifetime. The problem occurs when the hair loss is excessive, leading to balding in different spots. Hair loss can affect both men and women, and in some cases, it also affects children. There are several reasons for hair loss and they include hereditary causes, poor hair maintenance, medications, poor diet, stress and medical conditions. If you are suffering from hair loss, there are a few tips that can help you to reverse, or slow down the severity of this condition.

Many women experience hair loss due to poor styling practices. Using too much heat when styling your hair can cause damage to the hair follicles. It is important to keep the scalp clean and healthy to stimulate hair growth and remember to use a mild shampoo. Avoid using heat styling tools like dryers, flat irons and curling irons too frequently. How you choose to style your hair will determine its condition.

Eat a healthy diet

Eating a healthy diet will help to keep your hair healthy and prevent hair loss. A high sodium and high-fat diet is bad for the hair. Foods rich in carbohydrates, such as rice and pasta are converted into glucose during digestion and this causes high blood sugar level and leads to hair loss. Reducing the amount of carbohydrates and eating a healthy and balanced diet will help to stimulate hair growth. An iron-rich diet is very important. Eating plenty of dark leafy vegetables, whole grain and fruits can promote hair growth and strengthen the hair follicles.

Avoid alcohol and caffeine

Many people suffer from hair loss due to too much caffeine and alcohol consumption. While this may not affect everyone, if you are experiencing the condition you should avoid or cut down alcohol and caffeine consumption. Alcohol lowers the levels of folic acid, zinc and vitamins in the body and these are essential nutrients for hair growth. It is also high in sugar and calories. Caffeine reduces the levels of vitamins B and C in the body, putting a strain on the adrenal glands, which results in hair loss. You should drink plenty of water every day to get rid of toxins in the body.

Several herbs can help to stimulate hair growth and reduce hair loss. Herbs like Siberian ginseng, astragalas and licorice have proven to be very effective for women who have thinning hair. It is, however, very important to consult your doctor before you take the herbs that often come in capsule form. Many supplements claim to have essential herbs that help in hair growth, but many of them are ineffective. Make sure that you find out the ingredients in any products that you use and only buy supplements manufactured by reputable companies.

Quality hair products

When buying shampoo and other hair care products, make sure that you look for good quality products. Many inferior products in the market have harsh chemicals that weaken and damage the hair. Before shopping, you should ask a dermatologist or your stylist to recommend the best products for your hair type. Using chemicals to change the appearance or quality of your hair can also cause breakage. If you notice hair loss after using a new product, discontinue use immediately.

Weakening of the hair bulbs can cause your hair to fall off. One way to prevent this is through applying nutritious hair masks and massaging the hair as often as possible. The manual massage helps to stimulate the scalp and leads to production of the natural oils that protect the hair and keep it healthy. The masks help to protect and strengthen the hair from the roots. You can make your own healthy hair mask using fruits, vegetables and other natural products.

If your hair loss is due to a medical condition, you need to consult your doctor or a specialist who can offer the best solution. If the condition is caused by medication that you are using, the doctor can recommend something else. The specialist will evaluate your hair loss to determine your condition and can recommend solutions like hair transplant and other treatments. Stress also contributes to hair loss and you should learn how to relax and avoid stress to keep your hair healthy.

The author of this post, Nancy Baker, is a freelance blogger who often writes for Pink Lime Salon & Spa, a leading hair salon in Vancouver. She is passionate about photography and loves trekking to photogenic locations in her spare time. You can follow her on Twitter @Nancy Baker.