One of the most bothersome thing we face on daily basis is seeing our comb or hairbrush filled with our hair. Also, looking in the mirror and seeing how more and more of your scalp becomes visible each year, really makes you wonder, what can you do to mitigate this effect and slow down the whole process. Here are a few ways in which you can go about this.
Choose the right products
Minioxidil will most definitely help you out with this issue, and the only thing you need to remember is to apply it twice a day, every day of the week. Not only does it prevent hair loss, but it also stimulates growth by enlarging your follicles. Although it is worth mentioning it does not work one hundred percent – approximately 7 out of 10 people managed to recover their hair in this manner. Remember also that patients is a virtue and that you may have to wait up to four months before you witness the benefits.
Don’t style your hair frequently
If you experiment with your hair a lot and change your style every time you attend a social gathering, then rest assured this won’t reflect positively on your hair growth. Also, if you ever decide to wear dreadlocks, your hair will suffer the consequences once you decide to remove them.
Vitamin B pills can reduce hair loss, if it is caused by vitamin B deficiency. If it is caused due to hereditary reasons, then you can try Finasteride blocks. These convert testosterone into dihydrotestosteron, which will slow down the balding process in 90% of the cases. You can use it in combination with previously mentioned minioxidil.
One of the reasons for hair loss is either emotional or physical stress. Usually, after we are no longer exposed to this ongoing stress the body and hair begins to recover, but very often we are under pressure without the ability to resolve issues and eliminate the source of stress. Remember to preserve your health and hair by relaxing every once in a while – you can book a massage or a day at the spa.
Ask for help
Finally, you can always treat the condition with hair transplant procedure. Your surgeon will use your healthy follicles and place them on the sites where your hair grows no longer. So, you are your own donor and the new hair is actually your own, so there won’t be much difference.