etting the full head of hair that you desire, takes both knowledge of treatment products and trial runs with shampoos that are made for your hair type. If you are experiencing hair loss it may be due to the fact that you have a thinner head of hair, which makes it far more susceptible to breakage and split ends. It can also be the result of genetics or constant exposure to stress. Believe it or not, most people who experience deterioration faster than others are exposed to stress in the body and do not take care of themselves in the nourishing way that they should. How you eat and exercise can change the way that your skin, nails and hair appear.
Follow these tips so that you can improve its texture, growth and ultimately prevent hair loss:
- Improve your diet. By eating foods that are high in proteins and nutrients, you can speed up the rate at which your hair grows. It may come back healthier and thicker because of the vitamins and minerals that are reaching hair follicles. Remember, that everything you induce into your body will have an effect on other processes, including rate of growth.
- Use hair products that stimulate follicles. Using the right ingredients can change the appearance and thickness of your hair immensely. By using products that help to make it denser and increase growth rate you can get rid of the thin and unhealthy look that affects many people who use cheap product containing harmful chemicals.
- Eliminate stress! There isn’t anything more damaging than ongoing stress in the body. When we are exposed to anxiety it has the power to reduce the strength of our immune system and release chemicals that can change the way that we feel and look. It can cause us to gain weight, lose sleep and eat foods that are unhealthy. It makes sense that we would lose hair as a result of the exposure to internal and toxic chemicals. By taking care of the foundation of your health first, you can make sure that the growth of your hair and nails are responding to nutrients. It will also support our body in producing healthy excretions such as serotonin and melatonin.
- Be gentle. Avoid brushing your hair while it’s damp or wet because it’s at its weakest state. Try not to use hair tools often (blow dryers, hot irons, curlers) which can thin it out quickly. For men, loss could be the result of constant wear and tear from hats or helmets. If there is one area of your head that is being rubbed raw by something you’re wearing repeatedly, you may want to consider gear that has more ventilation.
The smallest things can make a big difference in improving the quality of your hair. By taking the time to become familiar with powerful products and avoiding things that increase hair loss, you can keep the disappointing cycle from happening and get the thick and healthy mane that you desire.
Robert J. Hudson is a freelance writer, passionate nutritionist and personal trainer.
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