EXERCISE: Any form of exercise increases and improves blood circulation to all parts of the body, including the scalp. It is believed that increased blood supply to the cells in hair follicles will maintain their health and stimulate hair production.HERBAL COCKTAILS: (NOT FOR INGESTION): A variety of herbs are recommended, to include Rosemary, Sage, Nettle and Burdock. The advice is to boil them together, strain off the leaves, and wash the hair with the solution every day.
Hair loss is one of the major causes of concern among people these days apart from too much stress and obesity. It is just that these are quite interrelated and the change in your lifestyle and pollution has made an impact on our hair as well. In such a situation, home remedy hair loss may help. Try these remedies for your hair care.
Even if you only use a dab of shampoo to wash your hair with, it can still leave a residue and cause itchy scalp. A good old-fashioned homemade treatment for this problem is vinegar. After you have washed your hair, take a cup of warm water and stir in three tablespoons of vinegar. Apply this to your hair, making sure the solution reaches your itchy scalp, and let is set for a few minutes. Then, rinse your hair as normal.
Nettles have a high content of Vitamins An and C, as well as several important minerals that aid combat degeneration of the scalp follicles. The enzyme 5-alpha reductase is responsible for converting testosterone into dihydrotestosterone – the metabolite that is responsible for atrophy of hair follicles. Nettle root extract is has been proved to be effective in inhibiting the enzyme, thereby preventing excessive production of DHT and averting hair loss.
Don’t use combs, but soft brushes and try to avoid things like hair spray. Using a “good” mousse (I use Clairol Condition) or soft gel after washing can give your hair additional body without harming the hair.
And finally, another homemade treatment for an itchy scalp is to use peppermint oil. Mix up a solution of a couple drops of peppermint oil and a cup of water. Pour this into a spray bottle, shake, and then spritz your scalp. Gently massage your scalp for a couple minutes, then rinse.
What causes excessive sebum production? The causes may be internal, external or both. Internal causes refer to hormonal imbalance, nutritional deficiencies and hereditary reasons, just to name a few. External causes refer to infrequent shampooing, over use of hair sprays, etc. that mostly relate to dandruff problems. Whatever be the cause, the remedy is to handle the overactive oil glands. Have you come across Clearade reviews? They explain an amazing method to improve the oil metabolism through vitamin intake. They emphasize on administering Vitamin B5 in prescribed doses. And, you probably know that a diet deficient in Vitamin B and Zinc is a causative factor for both acne and dandruff.
There are some medical conditions that can cause the loss of eyelashes. If you are experiencing hair loss along with loss of your eyelashes it could be you have a condition called alopecia areata. This is an autoimmune disease that attacks the hair follicles and restricts the formation and growth of hair. Hypothyroidism can also cause thinning hair, loss of eyelashes and extreme weight gain. Hormonal imbalances can also be the culprit as well as other autoimmune diseases. If you are experiencing other symptoms along with the loss of your eyelashes you should consult your doctor.