How To Restore Your Hair Health Naturally
Hair Loss May Not Be A Completely A Circumstance
Sometimes hair loss is hereditary, sometimes it is a consequence of poor decision-making as regards style. Sometimes even hereditary hair loss can be curbed with diet, exercise, and stress reduction.
Male-pattern baldness is partially hereditary, but some hair loss is a consequence of stress—for men or women. Reducing psychologically impacting events may preserve hair. Regardless, there are ways to counteract hair loss which are perfectly natural. In this writing we’ll briefly cover four to help stimulate your imagination.
1. Don’t Use Too Many Hair Products
Hair products that hold your hair in place can make it brittle. It may break off, it may pull from the pores in which it is rooted, or what-have-you. Hair has natural oils from your scalp which maintain it. Sometimes you want to use more conditioner than shampoo, sometimes you want no conditioner and only shampoo, sometimes you should use neither.
Whatever you do, don’t use too much hair product too often, or it can have a very negative impact on the health of your hair in the fullness of time. That goes for men and women.
- Avoid Dying Your Hair—Especially As Regards Bleach
Speaking of hair loss avoidance: quit dying your hair, and avoid bleach like the plague. Bleach your hair too often and it will become brittle. Bleaching your head is very bad. General dyes aren’t good for your hair either. Jump off the rainbow hair train, it’s going to make a lot of people halfway bald by the time they’re in middle age.
- Stop Lost Follicles From Tossing And Turning
The benefits of a memory foam mattress for retaining hair are worth considering. See, sometimes when you’re twisting or turning at night because you’re not getting enough sleep, your hair will be pulled out by pillows, by the mattress, by blankets, by your limbs, by creases in your skin, by partners sleeping adjacent to you, or maybe even the family cat.
It’s a consequence of restless movement to some degree. Part of the reason some people don’t sleep well is they’ve got a terrible mattress. If you’re sleeping on a bed of rocks, it’s hard to get comfortable. That will make you move around a lot, and your hair—incrementally—will be pulled out. The older you are, the bigger a problem this is.
With a memory foam solution, you’ll fall right to sleep without nearly so much trouble. This will keep your hair from being pulled out. Now, if you’re young, this may not be such a big deal as, naturally, you shouldn’t be having so much trouble with hair loss. But if you are even so, sleeping better through a more fixed position and a lack of movement will be helpful.
- Augment Diet And Exercise With Vitamin Supplementation
This article links to the five best vitamin supplements for your hair. They include Vitamin A, B-vitamins, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, and Vitamin E. If you’re not getting enough of these vitamins, that could be one of the reasons you’re dealing with hair loss issues. Supplement to proper levels, and perhaps expand your level of supplementation if necessary.
Another good move is exercise in proper quantities. Now granted, for men, this could be negative, as exercise expands testosterone, and increased testosterone can contribute to male-pattern baldness. Guys with a dome you can see a reflection in tend to have way more testosterone than is average—talk about a mixed blessing!
However, for most, getting proper exercise will help individuals get proper sleep. Supplementing that with vitamins and the right sorts of healthy, natural, organic, non-processed foods can do a lot for your hair’s health. Avoid preservatives, hormones, and chemicals used in modern processing of foods as best you can.
Keeping Your Hair
Augmenting your diet and exercise regimen can be helpful in retaining hair. Better rest from a better mattress can keep hair from getting pulled out. Don’t dye your hair—especially with bleach. Lastly, reduce the amount of product you’re using on your hair. You’ll notice each of these steps pulls you from unnatural activities and toward natural ones.
The more “organic” and “natural” your activities are, the better you tend to retain hair. However, there are synthetic chemical and hormonal solutions—these tend to have terrible side effects.