Keep Your Hair Where It Belongs--Your Head!

Published: 30th April 2020
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Fortunately, this is possible. If you use these steps, you can stop your hair loss and regrow some of it.

When thinking of hair loss prevention, vitamin C should be at the top of your list. Collagen is dependent on vitamin C, and collagen is what you need to keep a full head of hair. Include citrus in your diet to up your vitamin c intake, but if that's not enough, you can also take supplements or drops.

The way you style your hair can be the reason that you're losing it. Don't use rubber bands to hold your hair in a ponytail or braid. If you wear these styles, be careful not to make them too tight, as pulling hair back too tightly can cause it to fall out. Hair products have greatly evolved, but many can still result in damaged hair. If you wear your hair in a tight ponytail, it can damage both the hair shaft and the hair follicles.

You can reduce the rate at which you're losing your hair by eating a lot of protein-rich foods. Some good sources of protein include fish, poultry, nuts, beans and eggs. Protein then provides keratin, a protein, to your hair. Your hair will grow in thicker and stronger, slowing your hair loss, if you continue to eat a diet rich in keratin.

Watch what you do after bathing to minimize the effects of hair loss. You should dry your hair gently with the towel rather than rubbing it vigorously. You may also want to stay away from hair dryers. If you have to use a hair dryer, use the lowest level of heat.

Try upping your Vitamin C intake if you have hair loss. If you get more vitamin C, you will get more blood flowing to your scalp and have healthier capillaries, which are responsible for circulation involving the follicles. If more blood flows to the scalp, it can help your hair start to regrow faster.

Do not comb wet hair. Rather, pat dry hair with a cotton towel and let it air dry before styling it. Hair follicles suffer damage much more easily when they are wet. Combine this weakness with hair lost through the brush and your rate of balding can speed up greatly.

Consult a medical professional about your options and what symptoms are plaguing you. Before starting any hair treatment, hair loss should be talked about with a professional. Your hair loss could be caused by an underlying medical issue. You want to know what a professional has to say.

Anti-depressants can have the side effect of hair loss. Hair loss is a fairly common side effect of certain anti-depressants due to some of the ingredients used in them. Ask your doctor about this side effect, and whether a different medication may be appropriate.

Some people swear by the effectiveness of aloe vera when it comes to preventing hair loss, so this is something you may want to try. Before going to bed, gently rub Aloe Vera on your scalp. Doing so will stimulate your scalp, and the minerals contained in the aloe will give your hair more luster and strength.

Individuals dealing with hair loss should consider getting a wig. This is a wonderful way to combat hair loss for all genders.

Hair is important to most people because it's something they've always had. It is really like a body part. So if you can save it, you're going to save it. Fortunately, the tips you've just read in this article can help you save that head of hair by keeping what you have and even growing new hair.

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