One thing that is very important to anyone is their hair. The look and length of hair tends to be more important than how to keep it healthy. We get a lot of questions on how to restore hair especially around people’s edges.
First off, the hair around your edges is totally different than the rest of your hair. It is called vellus hair. This hair is a soft and it does not grow long. It is the same hair that’s on your arms or eyebrows. This hair type is meant to be minimally manipulated. No weight or heavy activity is meant to happen on this hair. So many women makes the mistakes on braiding this hair or putting glue on the edges. Doing this will almost always ruin the growing and maintenance of this hair. If you are currently going through this problem, The first thing that you need to do is take any tight hair styles out. This will relieve any tension that you may have. The loss of the hair around the perimeter is usually preceded with inflammation. Inflammation comes from the lack of circulation. The lack of circulation will cause your hair not to grow and it will result in hair loss. There are some natural remedies that can be done to restore your hair. One herb that really helps is called Turmeric. Turmeric is an herb that helps circulation and
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Cleansing the scalp is very important for hair growth. Hair cannot grow throughly on a scalp that is full of oil and dirt. If you find that you are scratching your scalp a lot, it may be because your scalp is soiled. Many people feel that itchy scalp comes from dryness. Placing too much oil on the scalp will clog your pores and hair will not be able to penetrate through.
A healthy diet and lifestyle is very important for maintaining good hair health. A diet that is full of fruits and vegetables will help your hair and overall health. Drinking water is also a requirement. Water transports nutrients and oxygen through out the body.
Now another thing that a lot of people don’t realize is that hair loss sometimes is a sign of a hormonal problem. Women who are going through Menopause will often suffer with hair thinning. Pregnancy also affects the hair. If you find that you are suddenly losing your hair, visit your doctor and get your hormone levels checked.
Stress also will cause hair loss. Stress is deadly on the body and losing hair is the first indicator of a problem. One way that you can help with your stress management is by taking brisk walks. Walking is low impact and it helps with circulation.
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