Gosh, every morning waking up to see tufts of hair on the pillow, is not a good start to a GOOD MORNING. Hair loss is one of the many reasons why men and women are depressed these days since looks in this day and age do matter.


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No one wants to be caught with a receding hairline or a bald patch, let alone be caught with a wig that flies off on a windy day. This is why it is so important to spend at least ten minutes a day to nourish and care for the crowning glory you have, or else, you can join the gang of eternal sunshine eggheads, which is your nightmare.

Common Hair Problems for Men and Women:

Hair Problems Happens Because of the:

  1. Vitamin deficiency.
  2. Mineral deficiency.
  3. Iron deficiency.
  4. Age.
  5. Pollution.
  6. External elements.
  7. Chemical treatments.
  8. Stress.
  9. No sleep or lack of it.
  10. Imbalanced hormones.
  11. Underlying ailments.
  12. Wrong use of over-the-counter hair products.
  13. Bleaching, straightening and other hair problems.
  14. Dandruff and scalp infections.
  15. Lifestyle changes.

Experts opine that everyone loses around one hundred hair strands daily, which is normal. However, anything more than that should ring the alarm bells. This is why it is so important to eat healthy, exercise and have a lot of water, sleep and deep breathing, too, for long-lasting shine on those lovely tresses you own.

Home Remedies for Hair Fall and Scalp Problems:

These are topical and non-topical home remedies that have been proven to combat hair fall since the days of old!!

1. Your hair must be kept clean, so washing it with a mild herbal shampoo made of shikakai and amla would be great. This would not only shampoo your hair but also keep it naturally conditioned; herbal shampoos of the same mix are available at brick-and-mortar stores and across reputed online stores. However, pick one according to your hair type for better results.

2. Lukewarm oil mixed with garlic cloves and massaged into the scalp twice a week does wonders for the hair. One can use any essential oil, but ensure castor oil and mustard oil in equal quantities of a tablespoon each are used for better consistency. Turban wraps the head and lets the warmth soak in the oils, nourishing the scalp. Do this twice a week; your hair will stop falling, no dandruff to cry about, and the shine will be restored.

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3. We ask you to resist the temptation of combing your hair, even with a wide-toothed brush or comb. Wet hair is weak, and that’s why towel wrap or turban wraps are advised, so natural drying happens. Please don’t use a hair dryer too much for hair drying; it burns the hair and makes it fall.

4. Women, if you use hair accessories that are too tight, they would pull your hair and make the strands fall. Hence, no matter how cute the bunny clips or bobby pins look, ensure you don’t use or buy hair slips and other hair accessories which would be tight.

5. When men and women walk out in the sun, they should have their heads covered. This would keep the hair clean and safe from external elements, such as pollution, dust and the sun’s UV rays. Yes, the sun’s UV rays kill the hair follicles and don’t allow the scalp to breathe well.


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6. Use palmetto to treat hair fall; this is what the Native American tribes have been using since ancient days, to our knowledge. Palmetto is known to stop DHT from being produced. DHT is the reason prostrates enlarge, and it also causes hair loss.

7. Vitamins are essential since they nourish the body, keep the skin shining and make the hair bouncy. Vitamin A helps with sebum production; it is an antioxidant, too. Vitamin E helps with blood circulation, which is necessary for scalp nourishment, leading to healthier hair follicles. Vitamin B helps with melanin production, so your hair boasts deep dark colours.

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8. Look at your kitchen for answers to hair fall, onion, garlic, and ginger paste; one tablespoon each and rubbed deep into the scalp with gentle circular motions would help. Do not mix them; use one of them!! Keep the paste for twelve hours straight, and then wash it off with cold water.

9. Henna helps restore moisture and seal cuticles, too. The herb is known to make the hair roots strong.

10. We all love green tea for its varied benefits, and apart from the antioxidants it has for anti-ageing, it also helps stop hair fall. A teaspoon of wet green tea leaves massaged into the scalp and left for ten minutes is enough. Do this twice a week for natural shine and more hair growth.

Count Your Blessings:

We often complain about the hair that was and, in the bargain, forget about the hair we have, only to see later what we had we ignored and lost. Don’t be a statistic, dear heart; take care of the crowning glory still on your head. Follow our tips and nurture the hair that remains.

a. Try to breathe and do yoga every day for thirty minutes at least. This would bring down stress levels to a large extent.

b. Meditation, too, helps; it calms the mind and the soul. It also helps bring calmness and a positive aura around, which heals internal and external issues, say holistic experts.

c. Brisk walking, cycling, and freehand exercises are of great use, so go ahead and indulge in a bit of dance every evening if you please. When the body is given enough movement, circulation of the blood happens well, keeping every inch of the body and head fit and fine.

Suvarna

About Suvarna

Suvarna is a freelance content writer with over 8 years of professional writing experience. She specialized in developing research-based content on Beauty, Skin, and Hair Care. Suvarna believes that beauty is one of the key factors for every personality. She always strives to bring more authenticity and credibility to her articles.
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