Prevent Early Hair Loss

Do you get your hair done and your brush is full of hair? This is the sign of hair loss that can be caused by several factors often hormonal and genetic. In the case of the combination of these two factors, hair loss is called androgenetic alopecia and affects both women and men. In this article we offer some tips and methods that will help you to prevent early hair loss.

Men are more affected by this disease. Indeed, alopecia affects 80% of men at the age of 50 years, 40% of women from menopause and 25% of women in perimenopause can already experience certain symptoms. Read this article to discover the different types and forms of alopecia, as well as some methods that prevent it.

Focus on Alopecia:

According to one study, every day loses up to 100 hairs a day but beyond that, this loss becomes pathological. This phenomenon is known in medicine as alopecia and there are three major types.

Baldness: It is defined by the partial or total absence of hair. Men are much more concerned with this type. Male pattern baldness or MPB is characterized by hair loss around the temples and the top of the skull, while female pattern baldness or FPB is a hair loss throughout the head and especially on the forehead. In both cases, hormones and genetics are the main causes. Stress, poor diet, excessive use of chemical hair products may also be the cause.

Androgenetic alopecia: As mentioned earlier, the association of hormonal and genetic factors is the main cause. This form of alopecia is very common and is characterized in men by loss of hair in the temples, the frontal area and the top of the skull. In women, the top of the skull and the skate are the most affected areas.

Alopecia areata: It is a loss of hair and hair on different parts of the body and the scalp. Among the factors causing this disease are stress, the use of chemicals, a viral infection and heredity. Naturally, hair and hair grow back, usually, after 6 to 12 months of fall.

Here are some solutions and methods to prevent hair loss:

Feeding the hair follicles

We are all aware that there is no universal solution for different hair types, but there are certain golden rules that are applicable to all. Eating a healthy and balanced diet would be very beneficial for the growth and growth of your hair. It is therefore advisable to include in your daily diet proteins, vitamins and supplements such as zinc, copper, iron, vitamin B-12, biotin and calcium which could well repair and nourish the damaged follicles .

Improve the functioning of the thyroid:

Hair loss can be, very often associated with an imbalance of thyroid hormones, which depend especially on the condition of our liver. Then it is necessary to keep the liver healthy and healthy. To improve liver and thyroid function, you can add 350 to 400 mg of silymarin (a component of the milk thistle that prevents glutathione reduction in the liver) three times a day to your diet and 500 mg of yellow dock one times a day. These two herbs help cleanse and detoxify your liver.

Massage your scalp

According to Ayurvedic medicine, hair loss is related to the balance of vital energies and it distinguishes 3 types of basic constitution called Doshas. The three constitutions are: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. The aim would be to restore the balance in the functions of Pitta in the capillary follicles.

How to do ? 

Massaging the scalp every night before bedtime. This method can improve the health of your hair and scalp. You can massage the scalp with a combination of coconut oil and sweet almond oil. Apply the mixture and massage gently and let it work until morning. You can cover your hair with a shower cap. For healthy hair, avoid too aggressive chemicals such as shampoos, dyes or gels and electronic devices, such as hair straighteners and hair dryers.


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