What You Need To Know About Hair Loss (3)
What You Need To Know About Hair Loss
Hair loss can be an embarrassing and emotionally challenging situation. In a society where appearance is coveted and youth is valued, a head of healthy hair is evermore important. This article will cover a number of tips and advice concerning hair loss that may be useful to you or someone you know, who is struggling with hair loss.
If you are experiencing hair loss, get some blood flow to your head. This does not mean you have to stand on your head, but if you know how, do it! Learn some simple yoga poses such as the downward facing dog. Simply touching your toes for about 3 minutes can also help. You can also construct or buy a slant board and use it for about 10 minutes a day.
Be sure you are getting enough protein in your diet. If your follicles aren’t getting enough protein, they move into a resting phase in which no new hair growth takes place. If new hair isn’t growing in, the old hair will fall out. Eating a balanced diet with enough protein can prevent this cycle.
Avoid hair dryers and flat irons if you want to prevent hair loss. The heat from these products can dry out your hair and make it fall out. If you have to use them, be sure that you have them both on a low setting.
Avoid wearing your hair in styles like cornrows, braids or tight ponytails and do not use extensions while experiencing hair loss. All of these styles pull your hair tight, causing tension that can eventually lead to hairs breaking off or being pulled from the follicle, which is called traction alopecia.
If you can afford it, consider a hair transplant for your hair loss problem. Individual grafts of single strands of hair, or a Micrograft Hair Restoration Transplant, have proven successful in many patients. This is probably the closest simulation to having your own hair. Get full information from the transplant specialist before you go this route.
A great contributing factor to hair loss is hair style. Ponytails and other hair styles that cause the hair to be pressed too much can be a contributing factor to hair loss. The simple solution to this is just changing the style in which your hair is worn and you will avoid the loss of hair.
One of the best ways to limit hair loss is to reduce the amount of stress in your life. If you are at a job that puts you under a lot of pressure, make sure to practice stress relieving exercises during the day. This will make you feel better and help hair loss.
It is important to approach hair loss by removing the stigma attached to it. Know that you are not your hair, first of all. You can then approach dealing with hair loss with a healthy and productive attitude. Hair loss is common and it can be dealt with in a way that adds to who you are, rather than diminishing your self worth.