5 Easy Tips On How To Avoid Thinning Of Hair

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5 Easy Tips On How To Avoid Thinning Of Hair

How To Avoid Thinning Of Hair

While many may have thought of hair loss as an exclu­sive­ly a male prob­lem, the truth is that hair loss can affect men, women and even chil­dren. There are many fac­tors that can lead to hair loss, hered­i­ty may be one of them. There are also some things you can do to stop the process, you can learn how to avoid thin­ning of hair.

Here are some easy things you can do start­ing right now that may pre­vent fur­ther hair loss and even help you regrow some of the hair you’ve already lost:

  1. So much atten­tion is paid to the hair itself that the scalp goes large­ly un-thought of, and that is a mis­take. Think of a gar­den, you’ll nev­er have healthy plants if you don’t have qual­i­ty soil for those plants. Your scalp is like the ‘soil’ for your hair, it needs to be healthy in order to pro­duce a healthy ‘crop’ of hair. Make sure when you sham­poo your hair, which you should do often to pre­vent a buildup of dirt and oils and residue from hair care prod­ucts, that you take some time to do a gen­tle scalp mas­sage.
  2. Take it easy on the harm­ful things you do to your hair and be care­ful which prod­ucts you use. When look­ing for sham­poos and con­di­tion­ers you should con­sid­er all nat­ur­al prod­ucts. Many sham­poos today have sul­fates in them. These are very harsh chem­i­cals and they were put in sham­poo to cre­ate foam, but the long term effect on your hair, and your body as a whole, can be very seri­ous.
    Also go easy on the perms, hair col­or­ing and heat­ed styling devices that you use. Instead try to let your hair air dry as much as pos­si­ble and if you do want to col­or your hair wait at least 6 weeks between each treat­ment.
  3. Try to avoid hair styles that can break your hair. Things like pony tails and corn­rows are hor­ri­ble for your hair since they will tear, rip and stretch the hair which can cause per­ma­nent dam­age. Try to wear these hair styles spar­ing­ly.
  4. Make sure to keep your hair healthy by keep­ing your body healthy. Eat right. Make sure you get the prop­er vit­a­mins and min­er­als. Also drink plen­ty of water and get enough sleep. We often for­get that what hap­pens on the out­side of our bod­ies, such as hair loss, is some­times a direct result of what’s going on inside of our bod­ies. Good looks start on the inside.
  5. You can amp up your diet by tak­ing sup­ple­ments. Calcium, in par­tic­u­lar, has been shown to help strength­en the the hair roots and hair fol­li­cles at the scalp which can lead to more and thick­er growth.

We’ve learned a lot about our bod­ies in the last sev­er­al decades. We now know that some things are not inevitable and that we do have some con­trol. There are ways to learn how to avoid thin­ning of hair. By fol­low­ing some of the tips I’ve list­ed above you can keep your full head of healthy, beau­ti­ful, flow­ing hair for much longer just by mak­ing a few sim­ple changes to your dai­ly rou­tine.

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