5 Things You Can Do To Help Prevent Hair Loss

Hair loss is one of the most common issues faced by men and women everywhere.  It is natural for a person to lose around 100 strands of hair per day, but a third of the world’s population loses more.  

Losing your hair won’t affect your physical health, but it could affect your confidence.  However, there are some simple steps you can take to preserve the fullness of your hair.  

Take a moment to read through a brief look at a few things you can do to help prevent your hair from falling out, and look forward to showing off your great hair for many many years.  

Invest in laser hair growth

Low-level laser therapy has been reported effective by thousands of consumers around the world.  Wearing a simple laser hair growth cap for a brief period of time every day will keep your hair full and flattering for many years to come.  You have complete control of the treatment, and there’s no pain with laser hair growth.  

Take a daily vitamin 

It’s good practice overall to take daily vitamins, but there are some vitamins that will help your hair more than others.  Vitamin A, B, and E are all good for your hair in one way or another. Vitamin A helps the scalp produce sebum which is essential for strong strands.  Vitamin E will help the blood flow to your follicles, and vitamin B will help the hair keep growing.  

Drink plenty of water

Drinking plenty of water is essential to your health for many different reasons, and your hair health is one of the many aspects of the body which is affected by the amount of water you drink on a daily basis.  

Staying hydrated helps your hairs remain strong.  The shaft of each individual hair is composed of one-fourth water.  Your hair can turn brittle and break from a lack of hydration.  

Rub green tea into your hair

Next time you’re at the grocery store, grab a box of bagged green tea.  Brew two bags in a big cup of water, and let the tea sit until it is cool.  Once it’s cool, soak your hair in it.  Leave the tea in your hair for roughly an hour, and then wash your hair thoroughly.  Do this for a week to ten days, and it will help to curb your hair loss issues.  

Avoid brushing hair while wet

Brushing your hair while it’s still wet causes unnecessary breakage.  The hair gets stuck in your comb or brush, and you unknowingly pull out your own hair while brushing.  Pat your hair dry with a towel, and run a brush through it once it is completely dried.