You might suffer from hair loss for many different reasons, including vitamin deficiencies, stress, thyroid problems, hormones, genes, and harsh styling. And figuring out the cause of your hair loss should be the first step in trying to get your hair back.
However, in most cases, you can slow down the process of hair loss by using simple and easy to get natural remedies.
Protein: First of all, take care of your diet with good nutrition. Many people nowadays do not have the best diets. The body is efficient and smart. It delivers nutrients to the vital organs first. That means, basically, the hair is left underfed.
Protein is an important component of hair, and that is why vegetarians or people on a diet so often come to us looking for help with hair loss. Our specialists can definitely help you if your hair loss is caused by your nutrition, but you can start yourself by just adding protein to your diet.
And making sure you eat in a balanced and healthy way. If you don’t eat meat, try to include beans, vegetables, fish, eggs, and nuts in your diet.
Iron and Zinc: Some nutrients can be very good for your hair, such as iron and zinc. Researchers have found that sometimes alopecia (hair loss) might be caused simply by iron deficiency. Getting the right amount of iron every day helps regulate blood circulation and increases the level of hemoglobin in the body.
Not only that, it will definitely help the re-growth of your hair. As for supplementing your diet with zinc, this helps with hair growth because people with metabolic disorders who lack zinc often get thin or fragile hair and nails.
Vitamin B: This is a group of vitamins best taken together, and they can work wonders for hair thickness and shine. And, of course, they help hair growth as well.
Saw Palmetto: This is one of the most famous DHT blockers and has been also proven in different studies to successfully boost hair growth. It is a plant with small berries that has been used by Native Americans as medicine and food for many years. These little berries can work miracles, as they help not only regrow hair, but also improve sexual health and bladder infections.
Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera has been proven to soothe the irritated scalp and itchiness, which go hand in hand with alopecia. The fact that this wonder plant can also stimulate hair regrowth comes as a nice bonus.
These are some of the natural home remedies for hair loss. The key here is to use them wisely. For instance, we know of a woman with hereditary hair loss who thought that taking extra vitamins would help her get her hair back. After a year of this "treatment," she came to us with a big bald patch in the middle of her head.
Fortunately, we were able to save her hair, as our products contain all the necessary elements in carefully measured amounts. That is why, even with natural home remedies, do not underestimate the importance of certified specialists who know better what your hair needs.