I'm sick of it! I'm sick of seeing my hair thinning and people telling me I can't do anything about it. Why shouldn't I be able to fix my hair loss?
Yes, I am willing to do whatever it takes to try to remedy my hair loss before it is too late. Perhaps in many cases the hair loss is at a stage on the Norwood Scale that is no longer resolvable, but just in case it isn't and I can end it naturally, I want to know what I can do for my hair.
So, and in case you too are fed up with people discouraging you with the aesthetic problem you are suffering from, let me give you some tips I have found so that your hair doesn't fall out so much:
WASH YOUR HAIR
How many times have we heard that washing our hair every day makes our scalp suffer? It's not as if all men were the same! Well no, dear friend, we are not all the same. Washing your hair depends on the needs of your hair: you are not doing your hair any favors if your hair follicles are suffocated due to the amount of dead cells you have on your scalp.
BRUSH YOUR HAIR
We are going to debunk a lot of myths today... Like the one that says that combing your hair makes it fall out more! Although this myth has gone too far, the truth is that the hairs you see in the brush were already detached from the hair roots of your head. In truth, brushing your hair helps to heal it, since you are removing hair that has fallen out but has been retained on your head.
In addition, by combing your hair, you also promote blood circulation to the scalp, so you will get more nutrients to your hair.
However, keep in mind that tugging is not at all beneficial for the hair. Therefore, try not to untangle your hair roughly so as not to pull the hair out of the root unnecessarily.
CONTROL YOUR DIET
Eating healthily is a habit that is always good for our bodies, and it would not be less so for our hair! Foods such as red meat, eggs, nuts and oily fish provide essential nutrients for hair growth. Check out recipes that contain these products and enjoy your meals!
HEAL THE ENDS OF YOUR HAIR
It seems a bit contradictory to want your hair to grow and go and get it cut, doesn't it? Well, it's not as crazy as it sounds! This is because by cutting the ends you are helping your hair to heal and thus grow stronger and healthier.
MASSAGE THE SCALP
While you are washing your hair, wash it with cold water and massage your scalp well with gentle, circular movements. This will stimulate blood circulation in the area. Keep in mind that you should not rub it.
Except for cases such as telogen effluvium, specialists do not consider it necessary to take vitamins for hair growth, the truth is that in many situations it is sometimes useful to take certain supplements containing the following vitamins:
- Vitamin A: lubricates the hair follicles and activates the stem cells.
- Vitamin B: stimulates the production of hemoglobin, which delivers oxygen to the hair.
- Vitamin C: promotes collagen production.
- Vitamin H / Biotin: it is extremely important for good hair health, since it intervenes in the metabolism of nutrients and promotes the growth of rapidly reproducing tissues, favoring the arrival of nutrients to the hair root.
- Vitamin E: stimulates and strengthens hair growth.
- Zinc: balances hormone levels and intervenes in the production of DNA and RNA, strengthening the hair fiber.
What do you think of these tips for hair loss? I'm going to follow them, to see if I can contradict the popular saying that "there is no remedy for hair loss". Also, in this other article I leave you with more facts and fiction about hair loss, what are you waiting for to read it?