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Ellen Diamond

4 Amazing Hair Loss Tips that Actually Work

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Ellen Diamond, (2022, April 1). 4 Amazing Hair Loss Tips that Actually Work. Psychreg on Wellness. https://www.psychreg.org/amazing-hair-loss-tips-that-actually-work/
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Losing hair has become a common phenomenon for modern-day men and women. Our diet, lifestyle habits, and mental condition all affect the life of our hair strands. However, sometimes age, genetics, and chronic diseases can also result in hair loss.

Many people experience hair fall due to conditions like telogen effluvium. Are you wondering, what is that?

Every hair on our head goes through growth, transition, and resting phases. We start losing hair when this 3-phrase process is disturbed. This disruption is termed telogen effluvium, a condition where more hair goes in the resting phase than the growing phase resulting in hair fall. 

So, how to prevent hair loss

Well, here are four tips for you:

Avoid using hair styling products

We are not against curls and spikes, but you need to let go of your hairstyles or at least limit them for the time being. 

Hairstyles like ponytails, tight braids, and cornrows can permanently damage your hair due to excessive stretching. 

Moreover, avoid using products like curling irons, straighteners, and hair dryers, as they can dehydrate your scalp by removing all the moisture. Also, do not go for bleaching treatments, highlights, and perms. 

Avoid using chemical-based shampoos.

Chemical-based shampoos contain sulfates that can damage your hair, leaving them frizzy and dry. Shampooing is a good habit, but you need to limit it to natural ones. 

Also, it would be best to use soft brushes that can activate the blood circulation in the scalp. Proper blood flow moves hair from the resting to the growth phase and revitalizes the scalp. 

Moreover, using fiber brushes can help maintain healthy oil levels on the scalp. Therefore, the nutrients will circulate across the scalp nourishing hair strands. 

Go for a low-level laser light therapy

Let low-level laser light therapy do it if you can’t fetch time for your hair loss treatment. 

In this treatment, a low-level red laser light emits photons that inserts much-need nutrients into your scalp These nutrients promote blood circulation and improve scalp metabolism. 

Low-level laser light therapy can be taken through any device. You have caps, headbands, helmets, and combs to choose from. You can wear this device twice a week for several hours while doing your daily chores. 

What makes low-level laser therapy a feasible choice for people is the convenience of not having to stop your daily activities or fetch out time for hair treatment. Therefore, consult your Trichologist today and get started with this treatment. 

Watch your diet

Diet can majorly impact your scalp health. Follow a Mediterranean diet that involves eating fresh herbs and raw vegetables. You will be able to treat male and female pattern baldness. 

Moreover, proteins have a role to play in hair health. Our hair is made from keratin, the   deficiency of which along with amino acids can lead to hair loss. 

Therefore, start eating protein-rich foods like eggs, beans, nuts, turkey, chicken, low-fat dairy, etc. 

Final thoughts

Hair loss is not incurable. Take care of your diet, live a healthy and active lifestyle, and limit artificial hair styling products and you can see a significant decline in your hair loss. Also, it would be best to include Vitamin A and D supplements for better nourishment. 

However, if you are losing hair due to conditions like androgenetic alopecia, in that case, treatments like low-level laser therapy can be of great help. They nourish the cells in the scalp and activate the anagen phrase to promote hair growth naturally. 

To know more about customized diet plans and hair treatment, we recommend consulting a doctor.


Ellen Diamond did her degree in psychology at the University of Edinburgh. She is interested in mental health, wellness, and lifestyle.


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