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Accepting Hair Loss When It Is Inevitable    

The Idea Is To Slow It Down As Much As Possible    

There are circumstances in which hair loss is inevitable. It might have a genetic cause, certain health condition or medication. In these cases, the only answer is to accept it is beyond our control, and continue with normal living. However, this is easier said than done. If this is the cases, there are ways to cope with hair loss. Hair loss is a gradual process, it is not immediate, so the idea is to make it as gradual as possible. The first one is to perform lifestyle changes in order to slow down the process of hair loss. Among them is stop smoking, which also speeds up the aging process. Another one is a diet change, increasing the intake of foods with high protein content, such as lean meat and eggs. This is because protein is fundamental in hair growth. Other foods that will help are foods with iron and omega 3 fatty acids, such as fish, nuts, and some oils. The lifestyle change must also include a change of attitude, such as reducing daily stress. There are medications that have been proven to reduce hair loss, such as minoxidil and finasteride. Hair transplant is another solution, in which follicles are removed from the back of the head to the bald areas. More info click here.

 

A Healthy Diet Is A Foundation For Long And Shiny Hair    

It Must Include Salmon, Broccoli, Sardines, And Dark Chocolate    

Doctors say that you are what you eat, and this applies to hair also, While it is a good idea to use good hair treatment products, these will not have an effect if the hair is not healthy. Hair is composed of a protein called keratin, which is generated from the amino acids present in the diet. A poor diet of sweets and processed foods will not provide the foundation for a longer, stronger, and shinier hair. This will also affect the skin, not only the hair. This can be corrected with a diet based on proteins, vitamins, and minerals, and will reflect the overall health. However, a proper diet does not mean that washing and conditioning can be skipped, or hot irons can be applied every day. One of the healthiest foods for hair is salmon, because of its rich content of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, which increase shine and prevent hair loss, hydrating the scalp and follicles. Broccoli is also great for hair growth, due to vitamins and minerals such as calcium, zinc, and iron. Sardines also improve hair growth and reduce hair loss due to its omega 3 fatty acids, B vitamins, vitamin D3, protein, and selenium. Check the benefits of other foods such as dark chocolate, eggs, and avocado, among others. More info click here.

 

Chemotherapy Can Be Used As Treatment For Other Conditions, Besides Cancer    

However, Side Effects Are The Same    

Chemotherapy is not only for cancer but is also used as therapy for autoimmune disease such as myasthenia gravis. In autoimmune diseases, the body believes that healthy normal cells are attacking the body, and responds to the attack. The objective of the treatment is to restore normal functioning. As with cancer treatment, chemotherapy has side effects such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. It also causes water retention. However, the most visible symptom is hair loss. Chemotherapy treatment is so aggressive, that hair falls off in lumps. However, once the treatment finishes, hair grows again. More info click here.

 

Check These Natural Homemade Oils For Hair Treatment    

They Will Help With Hair Loss, Premature Greying, Breakage And Dandruff    

Oil is one of the main components of hair treatment. It acts as a natural conditioner, and also helps with hair loss, breakage, and premature greying, among others. Even though there are off-the-shelf products, many people believe that it's better to use a natural product with no artificial additives. These are several types depending on the requirement, such as hair loss, which can be treated with a combination of coconut oil and amla. For premature greying, which can be caused by stress and pollution, there is an oil based on curry leaves. To treat hair breakage, a good choice is hibiscus oil, which will improve blood circulation in the scalp. Dandruff can also be treated with citrus oil. Check the ingredients and preparation of each natural hair oil. More info click here.

 

Alopecia Treatment Based On Transplant Of Intestinal Bacteria    

It Resulted In New Hair Growth In Head, Face And Arms After 8 Weeks    

According to a study, transplant of intestinal microbiota and fecal microbiota can help treat hair loss due to alopecia areata. There are bacteria in the intestinal tract that is essential for digestion, but they can be affected by conditions such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and even an excessive intake of antibiotics. This process is normally used to restore intestinal microbiota, but it has also been identified for treating alopecia areata. Even though this is an unusual treatment, The tests have had positive outcomes, resulting in new hair growth in the head, face, and arms after 8 weeks. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition, which causes an inflammation of the hair follicle. Other procedures, such as hair transplant, does not work with this condition, due to the autoimmune disease will attack the newly transplanted follicles, as it did with the original follicles. This condition is usually treated with steroids or topical drugs such as minoxidil, which improved blood flow to the follicles. More info click here.

 

Taking Care Of Curly Hair In The Cold Season    

It Requires More Moisturizing Due To The Follicle And Hair Type    

Hair can be affected by low temperatures, especially in the case of curly hair. This is due to the way the follicles were formed and the shape of the hair, which causes the hair strands to be naturally dehydrated. This means that the oil produced hit he hair follicles has more difficulty lubricating the hair. Cold weather is related to a dry environment outdoors, and also indoors because of the heating and radiators. This dries and removes moisture from the hair, causing the moisture to evaporate more quickly. There are ways to prevent this, such as oiling the hair before shampooing, which will moisturize the hair and the scalp. Also, brushing the hair before a shower will help with oil penetration. Also, it is important to choose a shampoo with cleansing ingredients that will prevent excess hair drying. Additionally, using hair masks as conditioners will help the hair to keep its moisture, due to its highly concentrated ingredients. More info click here.

 

Using A Wig Requires Special Care For The Natural Hair Under It    

It Can Suffocate The Follicles And Cause Breakage    

Some people get bored with their current hairstyle and wish to change it. They may think about a new hair color or a new cut. However, there is a possibility that the will not be happy with it. Even worse, the new hairstyle can cause permanent damage due to chemicals, or if they are not happy with the haircut, and will require months before their hair grows up again. One way to have a temporary hairstyle while avoiding these risks is to wear a wig. However, the wig covers the healthy natural hair, which may become damaged and suffocated if not properly treated. This means that the To avoid this, there is some helpful advice. Among these is washing the hair regularly, and cleansing the scalp. If the hair is braided before wearing the wig, it must be deep conditioned and moisturized to prevent breakage. The hair is exposed to wig clips, which might break it or cause traction alopecia. Cleansing the scalp will also prevent dandruff. Some wigs use adhesives which are attached to the scalp via the hairlines. In the case, the pasty substance must be removed before going to bed. Also, sleeping with the wig will affect the hair follicles, preventing them to breathe. More info click here.

 

Hair Loss Can Be A Symptom Of Vitamin D Deficiency    

Other Symptoms Are Extreme Tiredness, Sleepiness, And Pain.    

Vitamin is fundamental for cell modulation and the immune system. Also, it is beneficial for teeth, bones, and muscles. However, its deficiency can cause extreme tiredness, sleepiness, and pain. Another symptom is hair loss because Vitamin D supplies nutrients to hair follicles. A study found a relation between vitamin D deficiency and hair loss. Also, vitamin D deficiency affects the hair growth cycle, shrinking the follicles, leading to brittle hair and hair loss. More info click here.

 

Laser Hair Removal Is Not For Everyone    

There Are Restrictions For Certain Hair Colors Which Do Not Work With The Laser    

Hair removal is usually done with razors, which can cause skin irritation, resulting in pimples. If this were the case, specialists recommend laser hair removal. However, this procedure must be avoided in the case of pregnancy and when taking drugs that increase sensitivity to light in the skin, such as antibiotics and medication for depression. It must also be avoided by people that have cancer, suntanned skin, and have infections in the area to e treated. There are also restrictions in the color of the hair, like in the case of red, gray, or blond hair, because the laser cannot affect these colors. Laser hair removal also requires previous skin care, such as avoiding shaving, sunbathing, and photoallergic drugs, among others. This procedure works by penetrating the melanin into the hair follicle and destroying it with the entire follicle. More info click here.

 

Getting Thick Hair The Natural Way    

Among Them Are Avoiding Sulfate-Based Shampoos, Daily Washing, And Excessive Use Of Dry Shampoo    

Most people love thick hair. Even though some use clip-in extensions to get it quickly, there are also natural ways to get it. However, it is important to be aware that it is normal to lose 100 hairs per day, and there are times when there can be excess shedding due to hormonal imbalances excessive stress, or poor diet. Also, certain drugs can be responsible for hair loss, as well as smoking and genetics. That said, let’s review the natural ways of getting thick hair. Among them are avoiding shampoos based on sulfates, which are chemicals that strip hair of volume, and can dry the hair and affect color and natural oils. Also, daily washing can remove the hair’s natural oils and affect volume. Another is using dry shampoo with moderation. Dry shampoo can be a lifesaver for busy mornings, but its residues accumulate on the scalp, suffocating the hair follicles. If using dry shampoo, it is better to choose one based on minerals, oat, or rice protein. It is important also to treat the scalp, cleaning it with a scrub, removing the dead skin cells, which can affect the follicle, reducing the hair diameter. A scalp massage will also stimulate blood flow in follicles. Check all the ways to get thick hair the natural way. More info click here.