tr?id=1536307803095142&ev=PageView&noscript=1 4 Ways Women can Avoid Hair Loss
4 Ways Women can Avoid Hair Loss

4 Ways Women can Avoid Hair Loss

Unique Hair Concepts

Your hair is a big part of who you are and what people see of you. When a woman starts to see hair loss, it may become worrisome and even scary. You are simply unsure what steps you should take to improve your hair quality or at least reduce the amount of hair you’re losing. If you are unsure what steps to take, make sure you speak to your doctor and a hair loss professional. They can offer insight into what’s really behind why you are losing your hair. Sometimes, it’s treatable and reversible. Let’s consider some ways to avoid hair loss.

#1: Eat a Well-Balanced Diet

At the heart of every hair loss situation is some reason why the hair follicles are not active and growing new hair. Many times, they lack the nutrients to do that. This can lead to hair loss that’s otherwise unexplained. To avoid hair loss, eat foods that support healthy hair growth. It’s not surprising that many of these foods support whole-body health as well. They include eggs, berries, and fatty fish. They also include greens like spinach. Also, look for other sources of healthy fats such as avocados, seeds, and nuts. Be sure to support your diet with supplements as well.

#3: Take Better Care of Your Hair

It’s also important for you to focus on the way you treat your hair. For example, if you are putting your hair up all of the time, that’s creating too much tension and can increase hair loss. You also want to avoid chemicals used on your hair whenever possible. That includes chemicals related to shampoos but also things like hair coloring treatments, bleaching, and perms. These products are likely to cause a significant amount of damage to your hair, especially over time.

#4: Get Scalp Therapy treatments and Deep Condition your hair

Another way to improve the health of your hair with the goal of reducing damage to it is to use a deep conditioning product. You may also want to invest in scalp therapy treatments. These options work in two ways. First, they can add a lot of moisture to your scalp and your hair overall. That helps to minimize the amount of damage present. If you have frizzy hair, that’s a critical step. Second, you’ll benefit from scalp therapy treatments as they work by treating your scalp if you have excess oil or if you have a dry, dehydrated scalp. In addition, scalp therapy treatments help increase microcirculation to the area resulting in healthier hair growth over time.

#5: Talk to Your Doctor About a Blood Test

It is also important for you to consider looking deeper into the cause of your hair loss. Sometimes, the cause of your hair loss is significant, such as the use of a prescription medication. In this situation, you do not want to stop using that medication. However, your doctor may have alternative options that may work for you.

Discussing your hair loss concerns with your doctor, he or she may order blood work to will check for vitamin deficiencies and hormonal imbalances. If your body’s hormones are not properly regulated, they will not encourage hair growth. You may find that the hair loss you are having is a symptom of a larger problem related to your hormones or a lack of nutrients.

You also need time. In some situations, hair loss is due to stress or changes in hormones after pregnancy. It may be brought on by chemotherapy as well. Often, these situations will improve after you give your hair time to start the hair growth cycle again.

You can improve hair loss. You can often avoid hair loss if you act quickly to get the help you need. To learn more, contact the team at Unique Hair Concepts.

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