Learn how to Stop Hair Loss Naturally At Home and increase growth by up to 50% in less than a month.
A lot of people are struggling with it: hair loss. When you first discover this, you are shocked and ask, How to reduce hair fall naturally at home?
I am also one of those men who are balding.
I thought I’m just not with it, but I had to get used to it.
For men, it is a fairly widely accepted image and it is starting to become hip as well, so no panic! lol
For women who are seeing their hair-thin, it is different for obvious reasons.
Its a bit of a no-no for most women to admit they are losing her hair. There are more ladies who are losing there hair than realised.
Many ladies wigs are very realistic, but also very expensive. However, the natural ways to help stop losing hair and even increase it are mostly the same for both men and women.
Men, in particular, suffer from baldness, called androgenetic alopecia and that is to say that there is a hereditary sensitivity to the male hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT).
Women can become bald after the menopause, which indicates a link with hormones.
As a woman, you can take some soy products to keep the estrogen production up to standard and thus reduce hair loss.
Lets look at what we can do to help:
If you eat healthily, your body will get exactly what it needs so that it can produce healthy and shiny hair.
To create strong and healthy hair your body needs the right building blocks. Hair consists of keratin, which in turn consists of the protein cysteine.
Cysteine is a protein that needs sulphur and therefore you can best choose foods rich in sulphur
such as broccoli, cabbage, mustard, watercress, asparagus, parsley, garlic, onions, cauliflower, sprouts, chives, kale, garlic, green beans, kale, sweet potato, spinach, leeks, tomatoes, peas, and avocados. Since sulphur is a component of protein, you can also choose protein-rich foods such as meat, fish, nuts or eggs.
Provide a good blood circulation
If your blood flow is not good, the chance of hair loss is greater.
Do you always have cold hands and feet? Great chance that thyroid gland does not function optimally.
Then go to the doctor, because an underactive thyroid gland can cause many complaints.
It is also good to regularly visit the sauna so that your scalp is well blooded. A gentle head massage can also help you keep the blood circulation going.
Get rid of chemical shampoo
The skin is light-acid and forms an important defence and secretion to protect you against the harmful influences of the outside world.
Aggressive shampoos dissolve this layer of fat from the scalp. The toxins can also easily penetrate the body through the skin.
There are plenty of mild and natural shampoos available and be aware of this.
If you have dandruff and can not do without an anti-dandruff shampoo, use this as little as possible and make sure you use a limited amount.
You can also make your own shampoo from, for example, nettle. Nettle has been known for centuries as a plant that improves the condition of your hair.
Reduce your stress
Stress is an absolute killer for your hair. Under stress, the adrenal glands produce more adrenalin
and this remains for a long time due to the poor circulation of the scalp and also enters the sebum in the form of lactic acid.
Check your medication
Many medications have hair loss as a side effect. The worst is of course chemotherapy, but they are essential for treatment.
Smoking causes your blood vessels to constrict, which puts the already badly scalped skin even more to the test.
Alcohol improves the circulation of the veins by widening them.
So take one or two alcoholic drinks for your hair on weekends.
However, drinking every day will just call on your vitamin and mineral reserve and is therefore not a good idea.
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