If you’re starting to notice more hair stuck in your hairbrush or extra strands collecting in your shower drain, you could be experiencing the beginning stages of hair loss. Hair loss is something that will affect everyone to some degree as they age. Even young people aren’t immune to this problem. Hair loss can start at any age and can be exacerbated by hormonal fluctuations, medications, and illness. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to help keep hair loss at bay.


If you’re having nightmares about hair transplant surgery, don’t worry. There are plenty of natural ways to prevent hair loss. Scalp massage is a great way to help hold on to the hair you have. A very gentle massage of your scalp twice a day can help boost circulation near the hair follicles, which helps the follicles keep a firm grip on your hair.


Perhaps one of the best natural ways to prevent hair loss is to take vitamins. If you don’t currently take a multivitamin, starting to take one daily could be enough to turn your hair loss problem around. Most people don’t have a very well-rounded diet and this can contribute to hair loss. A deficiency of biotin can lead to hair loss, so you could also try a B-complex supplement that contains biotin. It might take a few weeks before you notice an improvement, but vitamins have the added benefit of helping you stay healthy.


Biotin is so helpful to hair growth that it has worked its way into a number of topical hair products as well. You can pick up a shampoo or conditioner that contains biotin or other natural hair growth ingredients. Many people report success using these products on a regular basis.


Sometimes hair loss can be caused by physical distress to the hair follicle or strand, so it pays to be gentle with your locks. Do not brush your hair too much. Brush it just enough to make it look nice and then put the brush away! Also, be sure you are using a brush with coated bristles to minimize tearing. The bristles that have balls attached to the tips tend to be gentler than other types. If you wear your hair in a ponytail, opt for ponytail holders that are made of soft materials and avoid using the type with metal clasps at all costs.


Chemicals can also contribute to hair loss. A great natural way to prevent hair loss is to reassess your styling routine and scrutinize the ingredient list of the products you use regularly. If you color your hair, ask your stylist about using natural dyes. Try to avoid chemical treatments like perms and straightening. Keep the heat as low as possible on styling devices like flat irons, blow dryers, and curling irons. You should also try to avoid using hair products that contain sodium lauryl sulfate, an ingredient that is suspected to cause hair loss.




Author Bio:

Tobie J. Foy is a hair stylist who has uncovered plenty of helpful tips during her decade of salon experience. After undergoing training on the various types of hair removal Toronto is famous for, she is now considered one of the top providers of laser hair removal Scarborough and the surrounding area has to offer.



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