Hair loss is one of the most common problems worldwide; affecting one-third of the population.
Everyone loses 100 hair stands each day.
It is a natural phenomenon, so there’s is no need to worry over a few follicles falling off.
But if you are worried about your excess hair loss, then watch this video to learn how to Prevent Hair Loss.
Dear viewers, You can follow a few hair hygiene tips to make your hair less likely to fall out.
Avoid hairstyles that pull on the hair.
Hair is flexible, but research shows that your hair can only be stretched so much before becoming permanently damaged. Hairstyles like cornrows, tight braids, and ponytails can pull your hair away from your scalp and loosen the bond between your hair and scalp over time.
Hydrate your hair: Have enough water:
Keep yourself hydrated. The hair shaft comprises one-quarter water, so drink at least eight to twelve glasses of water in a day to stay hydrated and for the growth of healthy hair.
Don’t chemically treat or bleach your hair:
Hair treatment chemicals cause sudden and irrevocable damage to hair follicles. If you’re concerned about hair loss, limit your use of dyes, highlights, peroxide treatments, and perms.
Vitamin for hair loss:
Vitamins are not only healthy for overall well being but also good for your hair. Vitamin A encourages 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 color.
Use a soft brush made from natural fibers.
Using a soft brush with fibers that are natural will promote healthy sebum (oil) levels on your hair. The keratin proteins in your hair are stacked like shingles on a roof, so brushing them gently in one direction, starting at the top and continuing through to the ends, will help smooth and condition your hair cuticle on a molecular level. Brushing hair daily can also help you avoid seeing hair clumps in your shower drain.
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