Sometimes you can stop hair loss, and sometimes you can’t. If you are unable to stop it, you may be able to slow it down. In this article, we will discuss some excellent ideas for slowing down the rate at which your hair abandons your head! Read on to find out more.
Hair loss can be caused by stress, poor health and poor nutrition. Taking good care of yourself may very well help you grow a new crop of hair. If it doesn’t, at least you will look and feel your best and be able to cope with your hair loss in a balanced and equitable manner. Take positive, proactive steps to eliminate addictions to alcohol, tobacco and other detrimental substances from your way of life. Gradually replace unhealthy food and beverage choices with whole foods and pure, natural, filtered water. Be sure to see your doctor for a complete physical workup to identify any hidden conditions that might be causing your problem.
One of the best things you can do to slow or stop hair loss is make sure your hair care routine is just right for your hair and scalp type. Use good quality products made with simple, natural ingredients. Seek out products that are designed especially to stimulate hair growth and/or slow or stop hair loss. If your hair is falling out due to the natural process of aging, you may not be able to grow it back without medical or surgical intervention. If it is falling out because you have a lousy hair care routine, your chances of correcting this problem with better products and greater care are good.
When you add better hair products to your hair care routine, you should also add better habits. For example, massaging your scalp several times a week is a very good idea. It relieves stress and helps stimulate natural oils that nourish your scalp and hair. Scalp massage improves blood circulation to the scalp and keeps the skin supple and toned.
Use a hairstyle that makes the most of the hair you have. If you want to keep long hair, go to a good stylist and have it cut in a way that accentuates your better features and camouflages your thinning hair gracefully. At all costs, avoid hair disasters such as the comb-over! Be sure your hairstyle looks natural, sensible and sane. Many men simply shave their heads when they find their hair thinning. It’s far more hip to sport and intentional style than fight a losing battle with natural circumstances.
Your hairstyle should be low maintenance and not need a lot of sprays, pins, blow-drying, styling and so forth. The less you have to manipulate your hair, the better condition it will have. Avoid wearing hats and headbands, and don’t use elastic bands to secure your hair. When you have an easy wash, brush and go hairstyle, your hair will benefit from the reduced level of fussing and styling.
When you take positive steps to maintain good health, learn a nourishing and nurturing hair routine with high quality products and get a great cut that is just right for your hair, you will be well on your way to having the best possible head of hair. You may even stop or slow hair loss and grow some hair back depending upon the reason for your hair loss. Follow the tips presented here to take great care of your hair and scalp and grow a healthy head of hair.