- Check –
There could be a medical issue that causes your hair to fall out, so the best thing to do is to contact your GP. They will run some tests and will be able to give you the best feedback on your cause of hair loss, therefore giving you the right treatment/solution.
- Make sure your diet is balanced, and healthy –
Your diet is hugely important to the health of your hair, and the effects of your daily nutrition on its growth and appearance should not be underestimated. Healthy looking hair is in general a sign of good health and good hair-care practices. Most healthy individuals have adequate nutrients in their diet; however some people do not have access to good nutrition, others have medical illnesses that predispose them to nutritional deficiency which influence scalp / body hair.
- Invest in the right healthcare –
Using the right shampoo and conditioner can help keep your hair looking stronger and healthier. Even though the result is temporary, if you are consistent then you’ll keep that thicker, fuller look.
- Iron Deficiency?
This can be a main cause of hair loss, having enough iron in your diet helps with keeping your hair from falling out. When you don’t have enough iron, your body can’t produce the hemoglobin in your blood. Hemoglobin carries oxygen for the growth and repair of cells in your body, including the cells that stimulate hair growth.
- Hairstyles –
For men and women there are different hairstyles that can help hiding the hair loss. The styles need to be layered and textured; this adds volume to the hair making the appearance of thicker, fuller hair.
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