7 Hair Fall Tips and Possible Solutions
I dyed my hair a few months ago, but it was only during the last couple of weeks of December that it seems my hair fall problem became increasingly worse. I wasn’t bothered by it at first, because it I only experienced a little bit of it, but as the weeks passed, I couldn’t ignore it anymore. I wondered what was causing it. I wondered what I should do. I seeked out information and found out about some useful tips. Here are 7 hair fall tips and possible solutions.
1. Change your shampoo. This makes sense. While it can’t automatically be ruled out that the shampoo you’re using is the culprit, to be on the safe side, and to check if it might indeed be the cause of hair fall, switch to a different shampoo. I’ll be buying a new shampoo tomorrow. One that targets hair loss would be a good one to try.
2. Make sure you have a proper diet. Oh, I’m guilty with this one. I have been eating so much junk lately. Review your diet to ensure that it’s rich in nutrition, such as Vitamin C, as well protein, which our tresses need to remain strong, vibrant, and healthy. Protein-rich food include: milk, eggs, meat, fish, soybeans, and others. Thinning tresses can occur as a result of certain nutritional deficiencies, so try to eat more healthy stuff.
3. Use a wide-toothed comb when combing hair. Use a wide-toothed comb especially when combing tresses while they’re still wet, because strands tend to be weaker when it’s wet. Detangle the strands gently and carefully to avoid experiencing more hair fall.
4. Try aloe vera and other home remedies. Aloe vera has been known, since time immemorial, to make hair stronger. It delivers much-needed nutrients to our scalp and tresses, and also contributes to increasing hair growth, so it should help make new strands grow to replace the ones that fell out. Other items that can be used at home are virgin coconut oil, coconut milk (many of my lolo’s sisters used this), a vinegar rinse, mustard oil, and fenugreek.
5. Minimize the use of hairdryers and chemical treatments. Heat-styling products can damage the hair and contribute to making it weaker. Try to minimize styling your tresses with irons, hot curlers, and hairdryers. Chemical treatmens such as straightening, rebonding, curling, and dyeing should be lessened as well, or avoided if possible, so as to avoid further worsening of hair fall.
6. Leave it down and loose. Putting tresses up in tight buns and ponytails all the time can contribute to increased hair fall. Just leave your tresses down and loose most days, if you can. Also, look for hairties that are soft and wouldn’t damage or pull on your tresses.
7. See the doctor. If your hair fall increasingly gets worse, don’t be afraid to visit the doctor. Going to a dermatologist would probably be a good way to start, as they’ll also be able to tell you you need to see a doctor in a different field. Your falling hair may be a symptom of a nutrient deficiency, so to be on the safe side, get checked.
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