If you notice the start of hair loss, the cause could be a number of things such as genes, medications, or stress. The good news is there are several courses of action you can taken either to cover the loss of hair or slow down the loss. This article can help you deal with hair loss.
When it comes to hair loss it is important to know the impact that genetics has on it. Hair loss can be hereditary. As such if someone in your family true suffered from hair loss, it is more likely you will too. Be informed and you’ll have a better chance against whatever happens.
A scalp massage can be a great, natural, way to combat hair loss. You don’t need a professional to do it either! Use a bit of argan or coconut oil on your finger tips and rub your head in circular motions before you shampoo while in the shower each night.
In order to help regrow hair that has been lost, you may want to consider purchasing an organic shampoo. Many times, hair loss is caused by the use of shampoos and other hair treatments, so it is important that you reverse this damage. Organic shampoos do that by cleansing your scalp and unclogging follicles so that hair can grow back.
A healthy diet is not only good for your body, but it is also good for your hair. Eating healthy foods ensures that your hair gets all of the vitamins and minerals that it needs. Often the body to shows poor health through the hair follicles and fingernails before it is shown in other parts of the body.
Too much alcohol consumption can cause hair loss. A few drinks a week will not have an effect on your hair, but alcoholism does. If you are an alcoholic, there are many reasons to get help that is more important than hair loss. Talk to your physician and join Alcoholics Anonymous if you are battling an alcohol addiction.
As strange as it may sound, an effective hair loss treatment is meditation, a technique that relaxes your body and mind. You can lose hair when you are stressed out, because the blood vessels located in your scalp can become closed off. Meditation facilitates blood flow to the scalp by relaxing the body.
If you do manage to reverse hair loss and begin to re-grow your hair, remember to never take this for granted. Your hair needs to be treated with respect. For most people, once their hair is gone, it’s gone forever. Count your blessings if you were able to grow more hair and remember to treat it with care.
Stress is disputed depending on who you talk to, but many people agree that excess stress levels can lead to hair loss. At the very least, having increased levels of stress will work to counteract any products you’re taking to assist in hair growth. Make sure you work on your stress if you want to grow your hair back.
A vitamin A deficiency causes a hardened scalp which causes oil and sweat below the skin. This is detrimental to the health of your scalp, and it causes flaky dandruff and dry hair. Make sure you have enough vitamin A in your diet. It is found in many leafy vegetables.
Some hair loss may be reversible, particularly those caused by stress or temporary health issues. Temporary loss of hair in reaction to an event usually sets in about three months after the situation is over. The loss of hair can continue for about three months. You should understand these concerns, and utilize them for your benefit.
One thing many people take for granted when trying to prevent hair loss is proper combing. A wide tooth comb should always be used to untangle your hair, thereby reducing torn hair from tangled or matted areas. Hair should ideally be combed when it is dry, since combing wet hair can result in additional breakage.
Be sure to get the correct diagnosis for your hair loss and attempt organic means of treatment before resorting to prescription drugs or surgery. If your baldness can be addressed with dietary changes, a change of hair care treatments, exercise or other lifestyle change, there is no need to subject yourself to surgery or drugs!
For healthier hair and less hair loss, consider using shampoos and hair products specifically designed to prevent hair loss. There are many hair products on the market containing ingredients that scientific research indicates may help prevent hair loss, like amino acids, B vitamins and zinc. These products can help some people see reduced hair loss and increased hair growth.
Use caution with wet hair. You should be sure you don’t pull, tug, twist or be rough with your hair when it is wet. This is when your hair is most vulnerable to damage. The roots of your hair are weak and more prone to damage. This could cause your hair to fall out.
One tip to avoid the thinning and breakage of hair, is to avoid combing your hair with a fine-toothed comb when your hair is wet. Even though combing hair when it has just been washed is a tempting practice since hair de-tangles and straightens more easily when it is wet, this is a common cause of hair breakage and loss. The combing process applies immense stress on the hair’s shaft, when it it wet and it weakens the roots of your hair.
Protect your scalp from the sun. Sunburn is going to cause a great deal of damage to the follicles. Be sure to wear a loose fitting hat when you are out in the sun to prevent the burn and avoid damaging the follicles. If you have a bald spot, be sure to apply sunscreen to it in addition to wearing a hat.
After reading this article, you should be well prepared to deal with your hair loss. The more you learn about hair loss and its causes, the better able you will be to treat it.