Natural ways to slow down hair loss

Natural ways to slow down hair loss

Can we stop boldness? Unfortunately, nobody can. Yet!  We do strive to find a cure and meanwhile, we are concentrating on things we can do. Like slowing down hair loss and even growing some back!

Here are some things you can try:

First thing, it is really important to consult a physician who specialises in Hair Restoration. Hair transplant, laser hair restoration, and even some nutrient supplementation can all be beneficial options for those experiencing hair loss. According to recent studies, two out of three men develop some form of balding during their lifetimes. This is due to heredity, certain medications, deficiencies in your daily diet and stress.  Managing stress levels will always help to stop hair loss.

So stop stressing! Also avoid going to bed late, as this will not help regulate your hormone production.

If you’re taking any medicine, look carefully at your prescriptions. They could be making you go bald. Certain blood thinners and psychiatric drugs have been known to have this side effect.

Start drinking water! You’ve probably heard this before and is always true. One of the main causes of hair loss is the lack of nutrients, moisture and the high amount of toxins in the body. The toxins stop essential nutrients from going to the hair follicles and scalp – which causes hair to thin and fall out.

Eat lots of protein. Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids like salmon and walnuts are packed with protein and minerals, which has been linked to hair loss prevention ( with good results in chemotherapy patients). Get your daily Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs) and natural oils such as Fish oil and Flax seed oils. Amino acids and oils will boost your body’s ability to cut down the hair loss.

Eat at least 1 gramme of protein per a pound of your bodyweight every day. Try ground beef and fish ( as organic as possible). Also, try incorporating foods high in iron and vitamin B if you are deficient.

Increase the intake of fruits and dark green leafy vegetables as they have strong anti-inflammatory properties, and contain powerful antioxidants that will help protect your hair follicles and promote hair growth.

What to avoid:

  • alcohol (alcohol increases estrogen levels)
  • sugars and saturated fats (animal fats from meats)

Eating less processed food and junk food can contribute to faster hair regeneration.

Buy yourself a quality, natural hair loss product

This is important. Out of all the products you see on the market choose the ones that are natural and contain no preservatives. Check out the reviews and get something that works because hair re-growth is a serious issue. You don’t want to contaminate your scalp and hair body with chemical ingredients that don’t work. Make sure the products you choose have no side effects. Buy a shampoo or/and conditioner with natural ingredients as you want to give your hair the natural therapy/treatment it needs.
Try a natural remedy, such as an essential oil massage, hot oil treatment, or a green tea rinse.

You can use any natural oil, including safflower and canola or olive oil. Put on a shower cap for about an hour. When the hour is up, rinse or shampoo out the oil.Take care of the hair that you have and avoid wigs or hairpieces, as they can damage hair follicles. Lastly, consider taking vitamins.