5 Things You Can Do To Prevent Hair Loss

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If you have dandruff or other scalp disorders you hair will not be as healthy as it could be.

Losing your hair can be devastating to some people, and may contribute to a loss of self- confidence, and affect every aspect of life. Thankfully there are ways and means of preventing hair loss, and things that you can do to ensure that you have your hair for as long as you can. Here are 5 things you can do right now to prevent hair loss in the future.

Find Stress Relief Techniques That Work For You

For a lot of people, stress can be one of the main causes of hair loss. Your hair directly reflects the health of the rest of you, so if you are under a lot of stress, often your hair could be showing signs of damage, and may fall out completely, such as in the case of Alopecia. In this fast paced, technological world, more and more so, people are looking for ways to reduce the stress in their lives, and there are many ways of doing this. You don’t need to fully change your whole life, but sometimes just adjusting things, or taking 20 minutes a day to sit quietly and breathe can really make a difference to stress levels. Talking to someone about issues is another great way of finding some peace when situations in life are getting you down.

Change Your Diet

They say ‘you are what you eat’, and this includes your hair, as it is a part of your body. If you are not getting enough nutrients in your diet, or there are things that you are having too much of, then this can really affect the health of your scalp and hair. Taking the time to ensure that you are getting all the vitamins and minerals that your body needs will help you to have beautiful hair longer. Visiting a nutritionist can help with this area, or ensuring that you are getting enough fruits and vegetables is a good place to start.

Keep Your Scalp Healthy

Your scalp is where your hair grows from, so you need to make sure that it is healthy to ensure that your hair gets the best start in life. If you have dandruff or other scalp disorders you hair will not be as healthy as it could be, so get onto your scalp care.

See a Hair Specialist

If there is a history of baldness in your family then you might want to consult a hair specialist and get some expert advice about what you can do to prevent hair loss. Hair specialists make it their business to know hair, and they could shed some light on the situation to prevent you from shedding your hair. Check out hair specialists such as http://www.transitionshair.com.au/

Look After Your Hair

If you are constantly dying, heating, straightening and perming your hair, or using heaps of chemicals on it, then it is not going to take it very long for it to start losing its health. Its really important to give it some time every now and then to come back to its normal state, otherwise you could start losing your hair unnecessarily.

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24 thoughts on “5 Things You Can Do To Prevent Hair Loss

  1. Thank you for this tips, truly helpful for me, I have problems of losing too much hair lately and hopefully that not i changed my diet it should at least lessen the hair loss.

  2. i agree, oftentimes, people talk only about diet and exercise to be healthy, but fail to mention about managing stress, i guess we all have to strike a balance on everything and very important, to learn how to de-stress.

  3. ‘You are what you eat’. Indeed, I’m a believer of this statement. It took me many years to realize it and take action but at least I finally did. I embraced organic living and became a pescetarian and I’ve never felt better. Of course, stress management is also incorporated, although, since I’m a SAHW my stress at home is very manageable 🙂

  4. These are definitely great tips! Thanks for sharing! My mom-in-law struggles with hairloss since 10 years ago. This will be a very good post for her to read.

  5. These are great tips tokaya. I think the weather has something to do with scalp’s health as well because I noticed that during Winter, my scalp is so dry and itchy as we take a lot of hot showers.

  6. Our hair is considered our crowning glory and it is a must tobtake good care or it although I must admit that I am sometimes guilty if not giving proper attention to it.

    Thank you very much for the hair tips!

  7. These are very helpful tips Sis. I do appreciate them. I believe stress is one of the cause of hair loss. There are times that I cannot avoid the stress. I have to remember your article 🙂

  8. These are really great hair loss tips! I have been experimenting on how to thicken my hair lately. This is very helpful. Thank you.

    xx, Miss-Angel.com – a Lifestyle blog by Angela Bethea

  9. Thanks for this one! I don’t know why I lose hair often but they grow really fast too! There are times that I don’t use hair wax and it enabled my hair to relax. And the coloring thing, I’ve done it like 2011 and I loved it! But I know the side effects of it so, I just don’t want to have it for a while.. 🙂

  10. i used to have very thick black hair then after giving birth i start losing them:( now my hair is thinner than ever! Thanks for this tips, it helps me look for possible solution 🙂

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