Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Thinning Hair Treatment

However many of different reasons can arouse thinning hair, chemical processing, damages of hair, medical procedures, medicines, and the most common improper hair care and poor diet. For sure it is worth to treat a problem from inside and it is good to know the real reason of hair thinning.After diagnosis and the main course of treatment it is possible to add hair restoration remedies. The most common for today became usage of Rogaine or Minoxidil products.They stimulate hair growth and can give results in next 3-4 months.

For treatments to thinning hair, there are topical creams, serums, shampoos, and conditioners that are proven to work magic on the hair follicles, prompting hair growth. But then of course it is not an instantaneous thing. The course of hair restoration could take from weeks to months so you better have the patience for that. Very rarely, doctors would recommend that you undergo surgical hair transplantation but this would only be for those who have extreme cases of hair loss.

Try these tips:
  • Eat a diet high in foods containing omega-3 fatty acids. These include salmon, flax seeds, nuts and soybeans. Biotin also is good for hair. Liver, eggs, Swiss chard, nuts and soy are rich in biotin. Besides, Silica is a nutrient that promotes hair growth. For those that can't get hair to grow in, silica is a nutrient that you should work to include in your diet. Silica can be found in oats, rice, cabbage, and sunflower seeds. Continue reading..
  •  Brushing the hair on a daily basis allows the hair to secrete the natural oils resulting in a shiny-looking hair. Also, brushing the hair removes harmful residues brought by the wind and/or chemicals. More importantly, brushing for a few minutes improves the blood circulation in the scalp which, in return, maintains a healthy hair.
  •  Hair experts believe that it is generally safe to apply mild shampoo on a daily basis - even with an oily scalp. This helps remove the pore-clogging dirt, excess sebum, skin debris, and residues from the chemicals or substances used on the hair. Use a wide-toothed comb on a damp hair because the hair is most vulnerable to falling out when wet.
  •  In choosing the appropriate shampoo, it is important to know the hair type. Is it oily? dry? curly? normal? A mild or gentle shampoo that contains tea tree oil, sage oil, or chamomile is good for an oily hair. For a curly hair, a moisturizing shampoo is just perfect while a proteinbased shampoo (with shea butter, glycerin, sulfur, or carotene) is good for kinky hair. It is not advisable to overwash the hair, not even an oily hair. Especially when the hair is dry and thinning, it is advisable to allow the hair to secrete natural oils in order to maintain its body. Continue reading..
  •  If your hair is thinning in only one area, you can easily cover it up with a different hairstyle. Read more about hairstyles for thinning hair
  •  Conditioners can tame wild tangles in the hair. It especially keeps the hair shafts healthy. Because the scalp does not need conditioners, it is only reasonable to use on the length of the hair to the tips. Mayonnaise is a very good hair conditioner.
  •  If you’re taking any medications for other conditions, talk to your doctor to find out whether they might be causing or contributing to your thinning hair. He or she might recommend alternatives, or supplements to reduce hair thinning. There are several prescription medications available and surgery may also be an option: Finasteride, Surgery or hair transplants...
 By following these simple hair care steps, you can better manage your thin hair and keep it from thinning even further.




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