I know there really isn’t a simple solution to hair loss but I found these tips that I thought might help if you have the question, “How do I make my hair thicker and healthier?”
Ingredients that contribute to good health are also great for your hair. Some of these would include healthy proteins and which have reduced carbs and fat content. Fish, soy, Canola oil and also walnuts have essential fatty acids which have important nutrients to help in proper hair development. Omega-3 fatty acids can also help your hair.
Make sure your iron is maintained so that it doesn’t result in anemia. This can result in a reduced source of blood to your hair which can trigger hair thinning. Foods high in iron are brewer’s yeast, liver and broccoli. Meat, eggs and chicken are also great foods for the hair due to their Vitamin B12 content. Another B supplement that is vital for your hair is biotin. Biotin supplements are often prescribed by your doctor along with other medications of choice with regard to thin hair, such as Proscar and Minoxidil. Biotin is not only good for your hair, but it can also benefit your skin and nails.
Saw Palmetto works like Finasteride that inhibits activity involving the hair loss which causes androgens in the hair follicles. Women of all ages should not use palmetto without speaking to their doctors first. Green tea extract can help decrease any testosterone in a woman’s system, which can prevent periodic hormonal activity which is responsible for some occurrences of thinning hair. Sage tea along with apple cider vinegar can be applied to your scalp to help promote hair growth. Horsetail is a great source of silica which is an important element of healthy growing hair. Women with hereditary or health related thinning hair shouldn’t be afraid of using proper hair products but a good suggestion would be to consult your hairstylist for the best products for your specific hair.
If this article helps only one person, even that is a good thing. Take care of yourself and I look forward to any feedback. Please make sure you always check with your doctor before trying anything new.
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Dale Lorna Denison