Your hair needs a regular supply of vitamins and minerals – such as vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E, iron, calcium, biotin, zinc – to grow healthy and strong. Fruits and vegetables like orange, banana, berries, kiwi, apple, apricot, green leafy vegetables, cauliflower, carrot, pumpkin, and melon must be eaten in sufficient amounts as they provide the necessary nutrients that are required for the healthy hair growth.
Good nutrition is essential to keeping a healthy set of locks. That means rearranging your diet and taking in more natural foods with iron and vitamins. Commit yourself to ditching fatty meals such as fried foods, plus anything loaded with sugar and carbs, as they can lead to insulin resistance, which shares a connection to hair loss. Dr. Shah adds her professional insight by suggesting that men “avoid restrictive diets that result in nutritional deficiencies.”
The doctor should be able to tell you if it is possible to regrow your hairline at all. If it is, he or she might be willing to prescribe regrowth medication or otherwise recommend a special regrowth procedure.
This condition is linked to a hormone imbalance caused by a testosterone derivative called dihydrotestosterone, or DHT. The level of testosterone increases in post-menopausal women. If it converts to DHT, the DHT binds to hair follicles and kills them. That’s why female pattern baldness usually strikes women over 50.
i’m 20 and i been noticing for the past 2 or so weeks my hair has been coming out really easily after i dyed it 🙁 i’m so freaked out and worried. I’ve dyed it before but this has never happened. Plz anyone help me with any home remedy that works 🙁
When the cause is nutrient deficiency or stress, for example, the hair loss is typically temporary. In such cases, hair growth can be encouraged by addressing the underlying problems: working to build up the body’s stores of zinc, boosting iron levels and better managing stress — though experts note that it may take several months to see progress.
Kingsley suggests using a stimulating scalp mask regularly to help cleanse and tone your scalp. “Hair grows its best from a healthy scalp that is free from flakes, excessive yeasts, and bacteria. Ingredients to look for are stimulants (such as menthol, camphor, and methyl nicotinate), gentle exfoliants (like betaine salicylate), and (such as zinc and Vitamin B6),” she adds.
You may have heard that laser combs, brushes, hoods, and caps can help halt hair loss. The theory is that when hair follicles absorb laser light at a certain level, it stimulates hair to grow. But there’s not enough evidence that any of these devices restore hair or prevent balding.
nail rubbing…..ok……only for 10 minutes na? actually i am living in a hostel …so having that balanced diet is not possible …you know how mess ka khana is :p ? but i have milk and curd evry day…and eating banana regularly and taking iron and calcium supplements of nutrilite amway
I have tried this remedy and it works, first of all in order to immediately stop hair fall you have to shave your head, I shaved my head seven times backwards (against the growth angle of hair) after every two days, and every night apply coconut oil mixed with small amount of antimony (Surma), gently massage for 20 – 30 minutes, leave for the night and wash in morning with bath soap (Like lifebuoy) do not use perfumed soaps or shampoo, try to give your scalp as much air and sunlight possible, keep applying coconut oil and antimony till you get satisfactory results, I am still applying this method and believe me I have 70% improvement!
At The Belgravia Centre we use a range of scientifically proven treatments and effective methods of tackling genetic hair loss. Two of our primary tools in treating Male Pattern Baldness are the pharmaceutical treatments Propecia (finasteride 1mg) and Minoxidil.
Men who’ve tried it and spoke about on the internet also claimed it didn’t have much effect. This is, of course, anecdotal evidence. But there was never any hype about saw palmetto producing any significant results.
Rebecca, this might come a bit too late, but anyhow.. I have had bleached white hair for 3 years. Originally as a brunette, i had to bleach at the salon. Your hair care needs to start in the shower. Always use a sulfate free shampoo, it is gentler, doesn’t dry. Always follow up with a deep conditioning mask and follow by conditioner. When you are done YOU NEVER towel dry. You gently wrap your hair in the towel as if it were the most precious jewel and then take the towel off, massage in a soy based oil like the one from Sexy Hair, wrap hair in towel tightly and give it at least 15 min to suck the water out of the hair. Gently unwrap the towel, then use a cream protector from GhD or Sexy hair for extra moisture and to combat frizz. Use low temperature and speed on the dryer and dry from above, not in every direction. I prefer to use an air brush, it keeps frizz off. Make sure whatever you use is ionic technology. When you are done, rub 3 drops of soy or argan oil between your fingers and softly run them through your hair, focusing on the tips and the wild hairs at the top of your head. Buy only professional products. They are SO much better than supermarket cheap stuff.