No More Falling Hair

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Written By Shirley Bongbong Virtual Assistant Philippines

Any woman experiencing stressful hair loss should seek care as soon as possible. The sooner you seek care, the better your chances would be in successfully treating your balding head. There were about 5% of women under 30 and about 60% of women over 70 who have issues about thinning hair. One very popular, simplest remedy that also instantly hides the balding patches is by altering the woman’s hairstyle. Women found using commercial shampoos daily causes thinning hair that results in a balding head later. Even if the shampoo labels specify it is designed to add volume or make the hair look shiny, daily use can still make your hair thinner. This observation is worldwide. The corrosive action of some commercial shampoo ingredients may cause the hair to become dry, brittle, and then, results in a gradual hair fall.   hair-regrowthDon’t you know that the combability of your hair depends on your hair fiber lubrication? The harmful ingredients and other active medications being delivered by commercial shampoos may create undesirable effects to your hair as well as your scalp. It would be impossible to grow your hair if you use stronger shampoos everyday. Although shampoos contain ingredients that may restore hair combability, you need to be aware of their pH levels to avoid thinning hair as well as to prevent the risk of a hair loss. A pH level higher than 7 has more alkaline. More alkaline puts your hair at risk for more damage.

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Balance your pH

A balanced pH level works better for both scalp and hair. A stronger pH eventually damages the hair shaft and opens hair cuticles. This results in a dull and rough look and feel. A pH level below 7 could make your hair look and feel smoother and shinier because it keeps your cuticles close. The pH level is one best way to identify the alkaline level of your favorite shampoo, which usually makes the hair shaft swell. The hair loses its protective cuticle if you use stronger commercial shampoos. An exposed protective cuticle would eventually expose the hair to more damage. The alkaline content of a certain shampoo is being measured using the pH scale. The pH scale ranges from 1 to 14, normally.   Grow your hair with these natural hair treatment tips

  • Mayonnaise
  • Bull semen
  • Benzoic acid
  • Ascorbic acid
  • Snake oils
  • Mixture of cumin, pigeon droppings, horseradish, and beetroots
  • Fish oils to supplement essential EFAs and healthy membranes
  • Flaxseed oil to prevent dry and brittle hair
  • Olive oil
  • Jojoba
  • Rosemary
  • Nettle
  • Horsetail
  • Sage chamomile
  • Limit shampoo 2 to 3 times a week
  • Choose easy to maintain hair style
  • Avoid ponytails
  • Avoid blow drying
  • Detangle with wide toothed comb
  • Stop using hair styling gels
  • Forego perms, curling irons, and hot rollers

 

Unhealthy diet meal plan causes thinning hair causes-of-hair-loss1Hair loss and women thinning hair are often caused by wrong food choices or an unhealthy diet plan. High levels of vitamin A trigger female hair loss. A deficiency of the Vitamin D and too much of the Vitamin D also causes hair loss. You should be aware of the importance of having the right balance of Vitamin D in your body. This goes with your other nutrients, vitamins, and minerals. Your dietary health supplements play an important role in your hair loss problem. An iron deficiency can cause the hair follicles smaller and you end up with a thinning hair strand. Physical stress or emotional stress is a common cause for female hair loss as well as a rapid weight loss. The hair usually falls out 1 to 4 months after the stressful incident. Blood pressure and gout medications including hormonal changes cause female hair loss. Sleep deprivation creates a negative on your hair. Hormonal changes include the use of birth control pills and pregnancy. However, severe psychological stress could contribute much to women thinning hair. If you have a celiac disease, the ingredients in the bread, pasta, or wheat products that produce gluten may not be broken down effectively by the small intestine and caused hair loss. Gluten and sugar can cause hair loss, including anemia, thyroid imbalance, and other sugar imbalances, such as hypoglycemia or low blood sugar.