4 Things Women Can Do To Stop Thinning Hair
Although hair loss and thinning is more common with men, women are just as likely to experience both due to pregnancy, stress, medical conditions, genetics, and many other reasons. However there is hope!
Here are 4 things you can do to stop thinning hair:
1 – Change Your Diet
Did you know that the hair shaft mostly made up of water? Drinking water is like watering a plant, drink at least 64 ounces every day. Nutrition also plays a big factor in healthy hair growth. Be sure to eat protein-rich foods such as eggs, milk and fish.
2 – Exercise
Exercising relieves stress and increases the blood flow throughout your body. Sweating will also unclog your scalp, which will aid with hair growth.
3 – Avoid Over Manipulation & Styling
Over manipulation may be the reason why you’re experiencing thinning hair. You may have to give your protective styles such as braids and twists a break. Let your hair breathe by wearing looser styles or even wearing it out.
4 – Scalp Massages
Stimulate and invigorate your scalp by massaging it with essential oils for increased hair growth. A great essential oil for scalp massages is rosemary oil, because it reduces graying and thinning.
Help with Hair Edge Loss
When experiencing hair loss, starting with the above ‘fixes’ should be your first step in attempting to find a solution.
Are you looking for a permanent solution to edge loss? Dr. John Frank is an expert in helping black women restore their own natural-looking edges regardless of their current condition. Schedule a free online or in-person consultation, or learn more at the doctor’s website.