6 New Year's Resolutions to Stop Hair Loss

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Six new year's tips to stop hair loss and promote hair growth 

Getting on top of hair loss doesn't have to be a worry or a chore - in fact, it can be quite easy, as long as you integrate a some key hair care products and habits into your weekly routine. 

The trick is to know what's causing your hair to fall out, and then to treat it accordingly. It is true that results from treatment to treatment tend to vary from person to person, but from a general standpoint, there are certain products you can try, and things you can do that can help counter baldness and thinning hair.

So, in this post, we'll go through some handy tips that you may want to try in order to combat the effects of thinning hair.  Here are six things that you can do in the year ahead, to get on top of hair loss, and promote healthy hair growth... 

Eat more protein

You may not be getting enough protein each day, and that can affect the growth of your hair. Protein is one of the key factors that boosts hair growth. People on high protein diets have been shown to have better hair growth than people who are not getting enough protein into their system.

If you aren't keen on a whole lot of high protein foods (maybe you do not eat meat), then there are plenty of things you can still do to get protein into your diet. Protein powders and shakes are a good way of getting that extra hit of protein into your system, and benefit your strands. 

Take more vitamins

Much like with protein, some people do not get enough vitamins, extracts and minerals in their daily diet (some even have a deficiency), which can be bad for the hair. Hair growth is largely dependent on the vitamins and minerals that you put into your system, so be sure to get all the essentials one in. 

Biotin (Vitamin B7), folic acid, saw palmetto, pumpkin seed, nettle leaf, and ginkgo biloba, are all excellent vitamins and extracts that can help counter hair thinning, and support hair growth.

Rather than buying and consuming all the vitamins separately, consider investing in a carefully considered multivitamin extract hair supplement like HR23+.  9 out of 10 male and female users noticed visible improvements in their hair within three months of using HR23+. 

Consider hair loss medication

If your hair loss has got more aggressive, and you are now going through more advanced stages and thinning, then you'll want to consider some medically approved treatments. 

The most well known one is minoxidil (branded as Regaine/Rogaine), but there are some others that can also help treat hair loss. Do not expect miracles from these types of treatments, and prepare yourself for some potential negative side effects.  We would advise that you speak to a doctor before using any type of medication. 

Try low-level laser light therapy

Studies have shown that low-level laser therapy (LLLT) stimulated hair growth in both men and women. Studies with largest randomised controlled trials demonstrated statistically significant hair regrowth by terminal hair count in both males and females.

LLLT can be done in clinics or from the comfort of your own home. Again, don't expect miracles, but this treatment can be effective in patients who are experiencing early stages of hair loss. 

Try micro needling 

Micro needling involves the use of a derma roller with small needles that causes minor skin injuries. While used as an anti-ageing skin treatment, micro needling may also be a method of treatment for thinning hair. There's even evidence that it can help alopecia areata.

Micro needling has been shown to be an effective way to stump hair loss and stimulate follicle activity. This practice can be particularly effective in conjunction with other hair loss treatments, like minoxidil, ketoconazole shampoo, KGF Serum, and HR23+.

Be healthy!

Your hair is no different to any other part of your body - the better you look after yourself, the more it will thrive. Being healthy doesn't cure hair loss, but living an unhealthy diet can cause the hair to shed excessively, and be prone to damage. 

Eat well, get plenty of exercise, stress less, and live as happy as you can be. The more content and happy you are with life, the better your hair will grow. 

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