9 Ways On How To Prevent Hair Loss

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9 Ways On How To Prevent Hair Loss

Hair loss could be caused by different conditions such as the atmospheric conditions, the use of some medications, stress, genetics and loss of protein and vitamins in the body.

Although, attempting to prevent hair loss might not be achievable but some precautionary measures could be taken to help ensure a reduction in hair loss. Here are some of the major causes of hair loss which should be avoided:

AVOID COMBING YOUR HAIR WHILE IT IS WET
Combing your hair while it is wet could lead to loss of hair; it could cause some hair strands to fall off.

EAT RIGHT
Eating foods that are rich in vitamin B, iron, Zinc and calcium such as vegetables and fruits makes the hair healthy. Eating foods rich in protein also enhances hair growth. Also, drink a lot of water.

AVOID APPLYING HARSH CHEMICALS ON YOUR HAIR
Applying chemicals that are harsh on the hair such as hair dye could strip off some part of your hair and totally get it damaged.9-ways-on-how-to-prevent-hair-loss

AVOID CONSTANTLY HEATING YOUR HAIR
Using heated items such as hair dryer, hot brushes, hair straightener could weaken your hair, cause hair brittle and eventually damage your hair follicles, particularly, when it burns your scalp.

Allow your hair to get dry naturally so as to prevent it from getting thinner.

AVOID HAIR STYLES THAT PULLS TIGHTLY ON YOUR HAIR
Hair styles that pulls at the hair could cause the hair to lose its strength and gradually begin to fall off.it causes the hair to become fragile.

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