COST TIPS FOR STOPPING HAIR LOSS AND KEEPING HEALTHY,
number one problem affecting hair is breakage, usually
seen, fly-away strands, or split ends. From the moment
you wake up to the time you go to sleep and even as
you sleep, there are many factors that can lead to
of the most common causes is poor maintenance –
things like improper brushing and washing and infrequent
trimming. Lifestyle factors, such as poor nutrition,
stress and even restless sleeping can also lead to
problem is that what many women think is good for
their hair may actually be hurting it. Through proper
care using simple techniques and the right maintenance
products, anyone can have beautiful, healthy locks.
for stopping hair losses
are some free hair care tips than you can use to help
stop hair loss and keep your existing hair healthy
and looking great. Print these out and keep them handy
for reference. Please don't take these tips lightly.
They are very important and, best of all, they are
free. The only thing they require is your time and
your scalp with your fingertips (not your nails) daily
to stimulate and promote circulation to your scalp
and reduce excess fallout.
or brush your hair and scalp gently with about 100
- 200 strokes in the morning and at night. This helps
break up hardened oils (sebum) that are clogging your
hair follicles. Doing this alone has produced new
using blow dryers, always keep the heat a good distance
from your scalp and hair. Avoid heating the scalp
and hair excessively. Excessive heat will increase
hair loss, and excess fallout.
getting hair creams, lotions, styling gels and sprays
directly on the scalp as they will clog your hair
follicles. Use a light hold spray if you must.
swimming in a pool, shampoo your hair as soon as possible
to remove any chlorine residue. Chlorine is extremely
damaging to the hair and scalp.
over-exposing your hair and scalp to the wind and
sun. Good hair care over a long period really makes
tight hats and caps as they contribute to poor circulation,
depriving the hair of proper nutrition and stunting
new hair growth. The sweat, dirt and grime around
the rim inhibit follicle health and contribute to
consult your health care provider for extreme causes
of excess fallout and thinning. A medical condition
or medication could be causing hair loss side-effects.
Strive for balance and harmony in both your personal
and professional lifestyle. High stress factors can
cause your body to react by fluctuating hormone levels.
This in turn causes excessive oil secretion (sebum)
which results in hair loss.
nursing, menopause, and even birth control medication
can cause constant changing factors on your nutritional
needs and hormonal levels which contribute to hair
loss and excess fallout.
"crash and fad" diets. Proper nutritious
meals along with vitamin and mineral supplements are
a key factor for healthy hair and skin.
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hair care starts with awareness. These hair care tips,
if followed consistently, will reduce excess fallout,
hair loss, and promote new hair growth.