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Are you experiencing hair loss?….It’s not very fun is it ? I know…. I have been experiencing some serious hair loss, in the shower, when I comb my hair, and even when I run my fingers through. Seeing a ball of hair in the tube every time I shampoo is kinda scary to me and worrying. I take very good care of my hair and I was not sure as to why I was having so much hair loss. After doing a lot of research I came across some articles about the possible reasons for hair loss, and how to handle it… So today, I want to share with all of you who may be experience this problem some valuable information. Please keep reading below: I found this information and will post it from other sources, I will provide links to them so you can find out more information. Hope this information helps you guys out.
TYPES OF HAIR LOSS
The most common type of hair loss is the kind that you inherit, called androgenetic alopecia. With genetic hair loss, you lose your hair gradually, and hair loss increases with age. But in some cases, other factors may lead to your hair falling out. It is especially likely that a non-genetic factor may be causing your hair loss if your once healthy hair suddenly and noticeably begins falling out.
Poor nutrition, including vitamin deficiencies and not getting enough protein, can cause hair loss. Fad or crash dieting can have the same negative effect as eating a diet based on junk food. Ensure proper nutrition — and healthy locks — by eating:
- A wide variety of fruits and vegetables each day
- Plenty of protein — vegetarians should be sure to get enough non-meat forms of protein like beans, nuts, cheese, and low-fat dairy products
- A reasonable amount of calories each day based on your height, weight, and nutritional goals
Bring Health Conditions Under Control
- Learn stress management techniques to help your mind and body relax.
- Follow doctor-ordered treatment for any thyroid problems, such as hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism.
- Seek prompt treatment for infections like tinea capitis (ringworm that affects the scalp) and other fungal infections that can affect hair growth.
- Maintain good control over diseases that can lead to hair loss, including lupus and diabetes.
Take Care of Your Hair
Thinning hair and bald patches can be caused by your own habits — hair can easily become damaged, dry, and brittle from over-styling. Constant use of hot styling tools, frequent shampooing, vigorous or frequent brushing, and too many products can all lead to breakage and thinning hair.
Here’s how to be kind to your hair:
- Never pull on or fiddle roughly with hair.
- Avoid brushing too vigorously.
- Avoid shampooing too frequently, particularly hair that is naturally dry.
- Limit your use of heated styling tools like blow dryers, curling irons, and straightening irons.
- Avoid perms and other harsh chemical treatments that can cause hair loss.
- De-tangle your hair using a comb with thick, wide teeth.
- Skip hairstyles that pull on your hair and cause breakage, including very tight ponytails and severe buns.
See Your Doctor for a Diagnosis
In the case of severe physical or emotional trauma, post-pregnancy hormonal changes, and medical treatments like chemotherapy, there may not be much you can do to prevent hair loss, balding, or thinning hair (keep in mind that, in many of these cases, hair will regrow on its own). But absent these conditions, if you notice that your hair feels thinner than usual or is falling out in clumps, see your doctor to figure out the cause.
Home remedies for Hair loss in Women
Home remedies for hair loss in women #1:
A high-potency multivitamin and multimineral daily.
• Beta-carotene. Take 25,000 international units daily.
• Vitamin-B complex. Take a supplement containing 100 milligrams of most of the major B vitamins. Also take an additional 50 milligrams of biotin daily.
• Vitamin C. Take 1,000 milligrams twice a day.
• Vitamin E. Take 400 international units daily, with 100 micrograms of selenium to aid its absorption.
• Iron. Take 50 milligrams daily.
• Zinc. Take 50 milligrams daily, with food and with 2 milligrams of copper.
• Silica. Take 250 milligrams twice a day.
• Free-form amino acid complex. Take 2 grams (2,000 milligrams) three times a day, before or after meals.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #2: In addition to correcting any vitamin deficiencies, women whose hair loss is due to physical trauma, crash diets, or heavy menstrual periods can benefit from supplementation with a high-potency multivitamin and 50 milligrams of iron, together with 1,000 milligrams of vitamin C to boost iron absorption.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #3: Thinning hair can be a sign of poor nutrient absorption, which in turn can be due to an insufficient supply of stomach acid or bacterial overgrowth in the stomach. Taking one tablet of hydrochloric acid (HC1) and one digestive enzyme capsule after starting each meal, plus 1/2 teaspoon of powdered acidophilus dissolved in 2 ounces of water twice a day between meals, can aid in nutrient absorption.
• Inositol with choline has been found to stimulate hair regrowth in some people with nonscarring alopecia. Take 200 milligrams twice a day.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #4:
Saw palmetto is the first choice of many herbalists for male pattern bald ness. Saw palmetto blocks the formation of dihydrotestosterone, a hormone thought to kill off hair follicles and lead to androgenic alopecia. Take 160 milligrams twice a day.
DS Some people have had success using aloe. It is suggested that you apply the gel to the scalp every night before bed, and also take 2 tablespoons of aloe juice orally each day.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #5: Arnica can be applied to the scalp twice a day in the form of a cream, ointment, or hair rinse made from arnica tincture diluted with warm water. Arnica increases local blood circulation, and may thereby help promote hair growth.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #6: Arnica can be applied to the scalp twice a day in the form of a cream, ointment, or hair rinse made from arnica tincture diluted with warm water. Arnica increases local blood circulation, and may thereby help promote hair growth.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #7: Jojoba oil may help with hair loss when applied to the scalp.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #8: Emu oil, or kalaya oil, is recommended as a moisturizer and hair-root stimulant to promote hair growth.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #9: Licorice also contains a chemical that prevents testosterone from being changed to dihydrotestosterone. You can add licorice tincture or extract to your favorite shampoo.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #10: Rosemary has long been believed to keep hair healthy and lush. Add one part rosemary oil to two parts almond oil and massage the mixture into your scalp for twenty minutes a day.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #11: Sage has been believed for centuries to help prevent hair loss. Like licorice, sage extract can be added to your favorite shampoo. Or you can use double-strength sage tea daily as a hair rinse to encourage hair growth.
Home remedies for hair loss in women #12: Safflower is considered to be a good vasodilator. Massage your scalp with safflower oil for twenty minutes a day to increase local blood flow and stimulate hair growth.Jojoba oil may help with hair loss when applied to the scalp.
In addition, my beauties, be gentle with your hair, try not to tie it up too much or too tight, do regular treatments like hot oil (olive Oil), Let your hair air dry as much as possible, avoid a lot of chemicals in your hair, instead of brushing your hair use a comb, take vitamins, and most important see a doctor for any potential health issues.
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