Hair Loss Be Gone!!!
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- Stress: One of the main and most common reasons for hair loss. The worse your stress, the more your hair loss; which in itself is a cause for stress.
- Genetic: If you have ever come across the term ‘male/female pattern baldness’, this would be it. Since it is hereditary, it can’t be helped.
- Hormonal: Fluctuation in your hormones may affect the health of your hair. The fluctuation in hormones itself may be for any reason such as menopause, thyroid-related problems, pregnancy, etc.
- Medication: Some medicines have side-effects that can cause hair loss. This includes medicines for controlling cholesterol, anti-depressants, blood thinners, etc.
- Weak Immunity: If you have weak immunity and are prone to colds and flu, you can observe hair loss at some point.
- Nutritional Deficiency: Diet-related imbalances or deficiency of vitamins, minerals, proteins, etc. can also contribute towards hair loss.
- Hair Products: If you use harsh hair products often, it can damage and weaken your hair which will consecutively cause hair loss.
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- Fenugreek Hair Mask
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- Indian Gooseberry
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- Green Tea
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- Aloe Vera
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- Apple Cider Vinegar
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- And finally, a few tips to help control and possibly reduce hair fall.
- Try to incorporate at least one of the above-mentioned treatments in your weekly routine.
- Brush/comb your hair 2-3 times a day (morning and night is a must!).
- Healthy food is your best friend, so try eating fresh fruits, leafy/green vegetables, lentils, fish, yogurt, etc.
- Try to keep yourself active and partake in activities such as yoga, exercise (gym), sports, etc.
- Avoid stress at all costs!!! Try to stay calm and relaxed (Pro tip: try meditation, it helps a lot).
- Do not use hair products that are either too harsh, contain harmful chemicals such as parabens or heating devices such as straighteners or dryers.