9 Powerful Ways to Prevent Hair Falling Out – Hair Tips

Here are some of the powerful
ways to prevent hair fall. 

1.
Doing Head Massage

Head
massage is one of the most important rituals for healthy hair and scalp. It
drains away toxins and improves blood circulation from the scalp. You can head
your massage without using any oil, but it preferable to do it with oil. The
best oils for hair loss are sunflower, olive, coconut, ghee, flaxseed, evening primrose, avocado and castor (diluted with another oil). Th
is will
reduce hair fall to a great extent

Doing Head Massage


How to
do?  Apply oil evenly on the scalp and massage gently with your fingers.
Do not massage for more than 10 to 15 minutes. Leave on for an hour and wash
thoroughly; you can also keep it overnight for better conditioning. For
healthier and stronger hair, head massage at least once a week.

2.
Stay away from chemicals (conditioners)

Do not
use conditioner after shampooing. Applying it means injecting chemicals into
your scalp and hair. More chemicals will damage to your hair. Instead use a natural leave-in conditioner. Oils
and plant butters make an excellent leave-in conditioner. Best oils to use –
coconut, almond, olive, and jojoba
oil; and best butters that work are – she a, kokum, or aloe
butter.

To use: Take a pea size amount oil or butter and rub it
between your palms and apply to damaged hair avoiding the roots. This will strengthen
your hair.

3.
Use a wide tooth wood comb

Fine
comb can hurt the delicate new growth and also cause injury on your scalp.
Where as wide
tooth wooden comb is gentler
as compared to the plastic one. Wide tooth comb also provide massaging effect
and help distribute natural oil from the scalp to hair.

Use a wide tooth wood comb


So if
you want to avoid hair loss then discard the sharp tooth plastic comb, replace
it with a wide tooth wooden comb and well-done if you have already done it. 


4. Exercise

Exercise
is another important solution to reduce hair fall. When you exercise you sweat
and unclog the hair follicles, that gets clogged by dead skin or grease
and give enough space for the new hair to grow. Exercising increases blood
flow to your scalp. The increased blood flow brings with it oxygen and more
nutrients, and thereby promoting healthy growth.

How
to do? So if you desire to avoid hair loss go for a walk, dance, cycle, play,
run, do yoga, cardio or whatever you enjoy. Get up and get moving!

5.
 Avoid tight hair styles

Tight
braids, ponytails or any other tight styles put pressure on roots of your hair and
can lead to hair loss. If you make tight hair styles everyday your hair may
stop growing permanently from some areas where it is pulled most from which
results in causing a bald patch. Once in a while it is okay, but wearing tight
styles every day causes hair fall. For everyday wear make lose braids or
ponytails to keep hair under control but without damage.

Avoid tight hair styles


6.
Amla

 Amla is considered as a great hair tonic. Amla is antioxidant having high content of
minerals, amino acids, vitamin C, falconoid and tannins. Eating fresh or
dried amla helps in avoiding hair loss, graying, and promotes stronger and
healthier hair growth. Due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial effects,
apply raw amla juice, powder or amla oil on your scalp which results in soothe
irritated scalp and treat dandruff.

How to
do? Head massage amla juice with amla oil or coconut oil. You can also use amla
powder as well. But the most effective option is to eat dried or fresh amla
everyday. Take 1teaspoon amla powder with a glass of water every morning. It is
one of the best detox drinks.

7.
Staying happy

Have
you ever experienced your hair falling off like autumn leaves and turning grey overnight? 
The
reason is excess worry or stress. Stress affects all of our body and hair.
Other than eating healthy and exercising, you have to stay happy and relax. Never-ending
stress can cause a large number of hairs to go into resting phase at the same
time. This leads to clumps of hair coming out all at once.


The
good thing is that stress related hair loss is usually temporary, as long as
the stress event is temporary 
What
to do: For healthy hair, find time to relax. Engage yourself in stress busting
activities like yoga, walking, relaxing, gardening, meditation. You can also
talk to a friend, family or seek professional support.

8.
Stay away from heat appliances and chemical treatment (perming and 
straightening)

I have
curly hair, but I always wished that my hair was straight. Perhaps, it is a
human psyche to want what he/she doesn’t have. I considered rebonding many
times, but never really did it. And thank God I didn’t. I have used
straightener, heat brush and blow dryer few times. But whenever I used them, I
felt these hot appliances did more harm, so I have stopped using them.

perming and straightening

Chemical
treatments, use of heat appliances and wild styling can actually affect the
hair roots and damage your hair. So stay away from them as far as possible.

9.
Herbal oils 
Herbal
hair oils have been an integral part of hair care in our traditions. Oil
infused with herbs such as amla, brahmi, hibiscus,
rosemary, lavender contain tons of polyphenols, antioxidants, bhringraj,
phytosterols, fatty acids, marigold,
vitamins, and minerals that keep the scalp healthy and promote hair growth.
These oils also offer anti-inflammatory, anti-reddening and anti-fungal properties
that help to keep healthy and dandruff free scalp.

The
mentioned solutions may take weeks or months to show desired results. For
immediate hair growth, hair transplant is only the solution.

Author
Bio:

Saima
Sharif is a passionate content writer. My major interest is writing content on
topics such as Best Hair Transplant, hair solution,
home remedies for hair problems or any treatment related to this. My current
adventure is myhairclinic (Pakistan oslo and London). 

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