Non genetic hair thinning is an increasing problem for men and women. Hair thinning also known as ‘hair fall’ and is caused by various reasons, such as; nutritional deficiencies, insufficient blood circulation, hormonal imbalances and an under-active thyroid gland. Below we will list a few ways of how to effectively tackle thinning hair.
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Frequently Consume Fatty Acids
Adding fatty acids to your regular diet can be extremely helpful for you and your hair growth. Avocado, nuts, walnuts, flax seeds and almonds are all natural sources.
Include Biotin in Your Diet to Reduce Hair Thinning
Biotin is a very significant component when it comes to the health of your hair. A deficiency of biotin can cause dry cracked skin, hair loss and hair thinning. Frequently add foods to your diet that are a rich source of biotin, such as; kale, broccoli, avocado, nuts and cabbage to help grow thicker, healthier hair.
Give Your Hair a Hot Oil Massage
Treating your scalp to a nutritious hot oil massage can prove advantageous for controlling hair loss. By massaging the scalp with a warm nut or seed oil you can improve blood circulation in the scalp which can stimulate hair growth and enrich the hair with the oils natural nutrients. Oils particularly rich in nutrients beneficial for hair growth include; mustard seed, neem, black seed, almond and coconut. Heat your choice of oil very gently in a pan and then massage your scalp thoroughly with the oil mixture. Depending on your hair type, some may prefer to leave on overnight and others for just one hour. Experiment and see what works best for you.
Revitalize Hair with B-Complex Vitamins
Taking B-Complex vitamins assists in hair growth. B-complex vitamins includes biotin and vitamin b6 which both improve hair growth by increasing blood circulation of the scalp and rejuvenating the hair follicles. You can try the KELP AND SPIRULINA HAIR GROWTH VITAMINS which contains vitamin b6, along with some very impressive ingredients or BAMBOO SILICA AND BIOTIN 5000MG which is also instrumental in cognitive health, muscle repair good skin.
Improve Keratin Production with MSM
Methyl Sulfonyl Methane is a protein that helps in strengthening hair and it is brilliant for increasing keratin production. According to scientific research, people who took MSM experienced decrease in hair loss and increase in hair growth within 6 months. MSM can be found in milk, corn and tomatoes.
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Increase the Collagen Production of Your Hair
Collagen is essential to our hair health and as we age, the collagen production naturally slows down which can leave the hair prone to breakage. The simplest way to maintain optimum levels of collagen production in the body is by consuming Vitamin C which aids the production of collagen in the body. Vitamin C can be gained from citrus fruits, strawberries and red peppers. A healthy balance of vitamin C can also be found in the KELP AND SPIRULINA HAIR GROWTH VITAMINS.
We sincerely hope this post was able to help you on your healthy hair journey. Let us know how following these tips has helped you and feel free to ask us any questions or let us know what to include in our next post!
SuperFoodLx Editorial Team