Trust me, it is horrible to come to a realization that you are losing your glorious mane, and you are on your way to becoming bald. But hair loss is a condition that affects over 35 million men and 21 million women?
It is an absolute nightmare!!!
Don’t lose hope, though… It may or may not be permanent. With the right amount of care and precautions, you may be able to regrow your mane to its former glory.
There is something for everyone, whether it is natural remedies, medication, laser hair, or scalp therapy. All you need to do is keep your eyes and ears open to find out the best route for you.
Tips to combat Hair fall and improve Hair Growth
1. Using a Good Quality Hair Growth Vitalizer
Looking for a way to reduce hair fall and work on restoring your hair to its original state? Try a good quality hair fall control serum. I have been battling hair loss for quite a while now, and it has increased exponentially after COVID. So here I was looking for a way to stop the massive hair fall and promote healthy hair growth.
While looking out for my options, I learned about Anveya, an online skincare and haircare brand selling some of the most luxurious and efficacious skin and hair care products and working to resolve the beauty concerns of their customers. All their products are GMP certified, cruelty-free, organic, and natural without nasty chemicals like sulphates, parabens, and silicones. They are also cruelty-free
I ordered a couple of their products and was particularly impressed with their Hair Growth Vitalizer.
The serum is formulated with Redensyl, a newly patented hair growth therapy ingredient that specially targets hair growth at the biological level to reduce hair fall and improve hair growth. It also contains ingredients like SalSphere, Anagrain, Concentrated apple extract, Argan oil, Hydrolyzed wheat protein & Green Tea extracts that reactivate growth and restores life and volume to your tresses.
2. Make changes to your diet
The reasons for thin hair and excessive hair fall could be anything, a disease, lack of nutrition, genetics, or hormonal imbalances. But a lot of these issues can be rectified by making a few changes in your dietary habits.
Hair fall is caused to a deficiency of nutrients like iron, proteins, and biotins, to name a few. Hence increasing these components in your daily meals can help bring down hair fall and promote healthy hair growth.
3. Cut down on frequent shampoo use
Many times hair fall occurs due to excessive use of shampoo. While you may think that shampooing can help clean your hair and scalp, that is true, but the issue here is that wet hair is more prone to breakage.
Thus reducing the frequency of shampoo usage can help improve hair health and bring down hair fall.
4. Avoid blow-drying
Blow drying and towel drying cause your hair to become brittle, leading to excessive hair loss.
The best way to reduce hair loss is to allow your hair to air-dry whenever you can and cut down the use of too many hair styling products.
5. Get a head massage
A good head/scalp massage can help promote relaxation, relieve stress, and boost hair health.
It helps dilate the blood vessels beneath the scalp leading to stronger and thicker hair, thereby preparing the scalp for hair restoration.
I get it, that sometimes, the reasons for hair loss are entirely beyond our control. Still, you can certainly take measures to curb hair fall and thinning of hair by trying a few of the tips mentioned in this post.
It would be a good idea to seek professional help to ensure you are going in the right direction. Hopefully, you will be able to get a solution and be on your way to having lustrous and voluminous locks.
Also, read about Hair Transplant and Care, here.
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