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5 Natural Ways To Prevent Early Hair Loss

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5 Natural Ways To Prevent Early Hair Loss

Hair loss can strike almost anyone of any gender as they age. Men tend to experience it most, with nearly two-thirds of men in America experiencing some degree of hair loss by age thirty-five. While there are many surgeries and transplants in the medical world to reverse it, that may not be the course for you. Whether you’re looking for a more natural way to mitigate the effects of hair loss or to prevent it before it begins, here are some rather effective methods.

Coconut Milk

Use Coconut Milk

Coconut milk is rich in nutrients that promote hair growth, including potassium, iron, and fatty acids. As it provides this essential nutrition to the scalp, the ingredients of coconut milk enter the hair shaft and create a layer of protection against heat and pollutants. The fatty acids also work to bind keratin in hair strands, helping to prevent breakage. Apply a fresh coconut’s milk on your scalp for a few hours every day, and you may see the positive result.

Aloe vera juice

Apply Aloe Vera

Among its numerous health benefits, aloe vera can delay hair loss and even regrow hair in some cases. It has a high nutrient content that includes proteolytic enzymes, which remove dead scalp cells, cleanse pores, and unclog hair follicles. These enzymes also alkalize properties that maintain the scalp’s pH at a desirable level.

multivitamins

Take Your Vitamins

Taking your vitamins regularly will benefit many areas of your overall health and one sign of a vitamin-deficient diet is unusual hair loss. Vitamin A, which is found in carrots, pumpkins, spinach, milk, and eggs, is essential for cell growth and therefore for hair growth. It also helps skin glands make sebum, an oily substance that moisturizes the scalp. B-Vitamins, such as biotin, are important for hair growth as well as they help create red blood cells that carry nutrients and oxygen to the scalp. Taking iron, zinc, and Vitamins C, D, or E are also helpful practices when it comes to hair growth.

egg mask

Do An Egg Mask

Egg masks are one of the world’s oldest natural remedies for treating hair loss. The egg white has a high nutrient content that includes iron, sulfur, zinc, iodine, selenium, and phosphorous. This gives eggs impressive restorative properties, making hair shiny, softer, and healthier. An egg mask can help in reducing hair breakage.

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Use Hair Products With Caffeine

According to a paper published in the British Journal of Dermatology, both men and women showed positive results when caffeine was used topically. Women tended to have more pronounced effects than men. The stimulating nature of caffeine promotes hair growth, extends hair cycle’s growth phase, stimulates protein production, and interrupts the death of keratin-producing cells. While it may seem easier to join the 54% of Americans over the age of 18 who consume coffee every day, simply drinking a cup of joe won’t do much good for your hair. To see the benefits, you will need hair products that have caffeine in them.

Investing in natural ways to promote hair growth can not only benefit your scalp, but also many other areas of your health. Before you turn to more invasive and pricey solutions for hair loss, try natural remedies that work best for your entire body.

Molly Harding

Molly has a strong background in health and wellness and enjoys spreading her knowledge to help people of all ages and backgrounds better themselves. She'll be sharing content based on living a physically and mentally healthy lifestyle with topics like sleep, mindfulness, mental health and more.