Facing hair fall or hair breakage???
Don’t wait. The sooner you address the symptoms of hair loss, the more likely you are to prevent irreversible damage.
Everything we eat impacts our body, hair, skin and mind. Hence, it’s crucial to eat a diet that helps us nourish our overall wellness.
Believe it or not, HAIR CARE is more than just a good shampoo and conditioner.
Does your daily diet takes care of your body’s vitamin needs !!!
Vitamins are not only healthy for overall well being but also good for your hair. Vitamin Aencourages healthy production of sebum in the scalp, vitamin E betters blood circulation in the scalp to help hair follicles remain productive and vitamin B helps hair maintain its healthy colour.
Biotin, also known as vitamin H, is one of the B complex vitamins that helps our body convert food into energy. Studies suggest that including biotin-rich food in your diet or taking biotin supplement may slow hair loss. If you are dealing with hair fall problems, then include biotin-rich foods like nuts, sweet potatoes, eggs, onions and oats in your diet.
Hair loss is a common symptom of zinc deficiency. Zinc deficiency can cause similar hair loss to iron and may also damage any remaining hair, causing it to break. Your body can’t make zinc, so you need to get it from food or supplements. Signs of low zinc levels include hair loss, poor wound healing, and a weak sense of taste or smell.
You’re at risk for low zinc if you:
* Are pregnant or breastfeeding
* Have a bowel disease or severe diarrhea
* Have kidney disease
Bhringraj, also known as False Daisy is a medicinal herb that has been used for a long time to prepare Ayurvedic medicines to prevent hair loss. As per studies carried out on lab mice, Bhringraj extract promotes hair regrowth.
Green tea is not only beneficial when trying to shed kilos, but is also a herbal remedy for hair loss. Green tea contains polyphenolic compounds, which is considered quite beneficial to prevent hair fall
Keep your head sweat free
People with oily hair, experience dandruff during summer due to sweating and the chances ofhair fall increases. Using shampoos that contains aloe vera and neem can keep the head cool and prevent from dandruff.
Also, men who wear helmet experience major hair loss in summer. As the sweat accumulates in the pores and weakens hair roots causing hair loss in men. So wearing a scarf/ bandanna over your hair or a terry cloth headband can prevent hair loss.
Rub green tea into your hair
Studies have shown that rubbing green tea into hair may help curb hair loss problem. All you need to do is brew two bags of green tea in one cup of water, leave to cool and thereafter, apply it to your hair. Rinse your hair thoroughly after an hour. To see results, practice this regularly for a week to ten days
Keep yourself hydrated
The hair shaft comprises one quarter water so drink at least four to eight cups of water in aday to stay hydrated and for the growth of healthy hair.
If nothing works speak to a medical professional today to begin your journey to a fuller head of hair.