Prevent Hair Loss with These 5 Handy Tips

How to Prevent Baldness and Thinning Hair.

There are plenty of myths and assumptions on how to best prevent balding and thinning hair, and with so many 'theories' out there, it is hard to know what to believe.  Hair loss is a complex subject, and therefore you must acquire a clear understanding of the process before you even begin to try and tackle it effectively.

Without spending a fortune on 'miracle hair treatments' and surgical procedures, we guide you through five simple tips that can be easily integrated into your daily routine, to help you prevent the pattern of hair fall, and maintain a healthy head of hair.

1. Tackle the problem early

The earlier you tackle male/female pattern baldness, the better chance you will have of retaining a good amount of hair in the long-term future.  The most common regret for hair loss sufferers is that they didn't try to tackle the problem when they first started noticing shedding.  The moment you notice your hair falling out, receding or getting thinner, you should act - Do some research, speak to a doctor and try some products in order to find the right solution.  You'd be surprised just how many men and women have managed to halt the balding process by acting quickly.

2. Live and Eat Healthy

It's true what they say - leading a healthy lifestyle can lead to stronger, better looking hair.  Be sure to get plenty of fresh air, exercise, and eat lots of good hair foods that are high in protein.  Healthy living alone will not cure alopecia, but the healthier you live your life, the better condition your hair will be in.

3. Stimulate Hair Follicles

Acupressure is known to stimulate hair growth considerably. Devices like the Derma Roller can increase blood circulation in the scalp and stimulate hair growth. You would only be required to use devices like these once or twice a week, and what's more, they're only about £5 to purchase.  Strongly consider a Derma Roller if you are suffering from a thinning scalp.

4. Take Plenty of Vitamins

Losing your hair is a clear sign of lack of vitamins in your body. Vitamins A, B, C, and E are rich highinantioxidants which help solve most hair problems. Biotin, Folic Acid and Saw Palmetto are all excellent additives to try, and if you can find them packed into one multi-vitamin hair supplement, then even better! 

5. Go Green!

If you want to prevent hair loss then eat green apples and drink plenty of green tea. Green apples are rich in minerals such as iron, zinc, copper, manganese and potassium which play a great role in the development and formation of hair strands.  Green tea is a good source of panthenol, which is often used in shampoos and conditioners to strengthen hair and manage split ends. Panthenol, along with the other antioxidants present in green tea, strengthens the hair, thus making it healthier.

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