Hair loss is a common issue that affects millions around the world. Though it is painless, it can be distressing to lose hair on a daily basis.Stress, excessive smoking, hormonal imbalance, nutritional deficiencies, scalp infection and dandruff, climate change and unhealthy lifestyle- all contribute to hair loss. Certain medical conditions like alopecia, autoimmune disorders, and polycystic ovarian syndrome also lead to hair fall. It is absolutely essential to consider all these factors in order to promote hair growth and restore good volume to your head crown.
The following are a few natural remedies for hair fall:-
Hair Oil Massage: Massaging your scalp with a mixture of lukewarm hair oils increases blood flow to your hair follicles, nourishes your scalp and strengthens your roots. It also provides relaxation and reduces stress.
Essential Juices and Pastes for Hair Growth: Boiled neem leaves along with pudina, when ground into a paste and applied to the scalp reduces scalp infections. It controls and prevents dandruff and provides a cooling sensation. It also acts as a stress reliever.
Aloe vera juice contains enzymes that directly promote healthy hair growth.
Limit the Use of Hair Dryers: Using hair dryers, curlers and straighteners for a long time tend to damage hair follicles especially when the hair is wet. Adopt natural drying methods and avoid usage of heavy towels to wrap hair.
Yoga Asanas to prevent hair Loss: Yoga asanas like Kapalbhati, Bhastrika, Naadi shodhan or Anulom vilom pranayama help in supplying more oxygen to the head region and strengthen the nervous system. All forward bending asanas increase blood circulation to the head region.
Eating a Balanced Diet: Include leafier green vegetables, fruits, protein rich food like milk, cheese, and also fish, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins and minerals in your diet.
Shampooing and Conditioning your Hair Regularly: Accumulation of dust onto your hair leads to dandruff formation and other bacterial infections resulting in hair fall. Hence it is a must that you wash and condition your hair thrice a week.
The most embarrassing thing that could happen is when you are dressing for an interview or a formal meeting, there is this urge to scratch to the itchy scalp which is also known as the cascade of white flakes which would follow onto the shoulders from which they are easily visible. Dandruff is a medical condition that has managed to unite half of the population over the world beyond gender, age, and race.
Here are some the remedies that you can look out to prevent dandruff this winter:
Do not oil hair and keep it for long
Applying oil to a dry itchy scalp area, may sound like heaven but it is exacerbating your dandruff condition, especially when you allow it to sit for a longer period of time.
Vinegar helps in treating itchy, dry skin and also helps in killing dandruff causing bacteria and fungus. The acidic content of vinegar is supremely beneficial to reduce the flaking.
It acts as a scrub and sheds of the scalp gently, without irritating it and damaging the skin cells. Shedding is essential to ensure that there is no built up of the flakes on the scalp that can make dandruff more visible
All of us are aware that what role neem plays in almost all skin medications because of its antibacterial and antifungal properties. Since dandruff is attributed towards the fungal colonization of the scalp, it is just the perfect decision to turn towards this old age home remedy for skin ailments. The natural way is the best way to go.
Not only aloe vera is cooling but it has antibacterial and antifungal properties that shed the scalp easily. It is best to directly extract from the aloe vera plant that is transparent and has a thick consistency. It can be applied on the scalp and then can be removed with anti dandruff or mild shampoo.