How to Treat Hair Fall Naturally at Home

Losing a significant amount of hair every day is alarming. However, being scared could affect it even more. Doing transplants and taking OTC drugs could be your last option. There are many ways to treat hair fall naturally at home. 

How to Treat Hair Fall Naturally at Home
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How to treat hair fall naturally at home

Here are simple ways to treat hair fall naturally at home. 

Eat a balanced diet

Keep your mane healthy by eating a well-balanced diet. Include a wide variety of whole grains, meat, fruits, vegetables, and unsaturated fats into your diet every day. Avoid too much sweet and high-salt intakeDrink lots of water to flush out toxins from your body. 

Massage your scalp

Apart from relaxing your scalp, massages also help treat hair fall. By doing so, you are stimulating your follicles, promoting growth. 

Researchers did a study on healthy Japanese men. These men received four minutes of scalp massage every day for 24 weeks. At the end of the study, they all had thicker locks. 

Avoid stress

Not only does stress cause illnesses to us, but it also causes hair to fall. A stressful lifestyle could cause thinning locks. While it is nearly impossible to prevent everyday stresses from happening, there are things that we could do to avoid heaving its harmful effects. 

Read also: Hair Fall: Conditions and Causes Explained

You could do some yoga or some stretching exercises. Listening to music could also help you to relax. Another thing that you could do is to meditate. It would also help if you would have enough sleep at night. If you are having a hard time falling asleep, you could have a warm bath before heading to bed.

Have a checkup

Many medical conditions cause hair to fall. Doing preventive measures will not help if you do not treat any underlying issues. 

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Conditions that cause hair fall

  • Alopecia areata
  • Celiac disease
  • Diabetes 
  • Eating disorders
  • Iron-deficiency anemia
  • Lichen planus
  • Lupus
  • Sarcoidosis
  • Scalp psoriasis
  • Syphilis 
  • Trichotillomania 
  • Thyroid conditions 

Read also: 8 Helpful Ways to Minimize Postpartum Hair Loss

Apply onion juice

Onion juice has shown more hair regrowth when used as a topical treatment in an older study. The researchers used the juice in people with patchy alopecia areata. 

Eat food rich in biotin

Biotin, found naturally in food, could help prevent hair fall. Nuts, eggs, onions, oats, and sweet potatoes all contain biotin. Some studies show that women who take biotin supplements had positive effects. 

Oil application

Some evidence proves that peppermint oil could help hair to grow. A study done in 2013 found that rosemary leaf extract also had the same effect in mice. Traditionally, people use rosemary oil to increase blood circulation on the scalp. 

Read also: Jojoba Oil: The Secret to Lustrous Healthy and Dandruff-Free Hair

Give a gentle care

Be gentle when brushing or styling your hair more specifically when it is wet. After taking a shower or bath, gently towel dry them to prevent hair fall. Avoid twisting, pulling, or twirling them too tight.

Avoid hot oil treatments and hot curling or straightening your hair. Chemicals used in perming and straightening are also culprits to damaging your locks. Bleaching is also not recommended. 

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