|Keep a check on your falling hair|
Losing seventy to eighty hairs each day is quite normal and regrowth is a continuous process. However, if you lose more than this and the amount if hair on your brush after regular brushing alarms you, it is time sit up and take notice. Falling hair can be due to various factors such as poor health, pregnancy, stress or certain medications.
Warm oil on the scalp nourishes it and helps prevent hair loss. Most importantly, a good protein diet includes meat, fish, egg, pulses (such as lentils) and dairy products strengthens the hair from the inside. Vitamin B is absolutely essential. The best source of this is brewer’s yeast: one capsule a day should actually improve the condition dramatically. Iodine helps to boost the circulation to the scalp – eat plenty of iodine-rich seafood.
My grandmother’s sure-shot recipe for falling hair was to apply to the scalp on alternative days for four days a tiny amount of castor oils and iodine. This is one of the most effective hair loss remedies that i know. It helps further to steam the head by wrapping it with a hot towel for half an hour. Shampoo the hair with an infusion of ritha or soapwort.
Diluted lemon juice also works in stopping hair loss. I have also found that Vitamin E helps my own hair to grow very fast. I have used oil with vitamin E or, as a dire measure, just broken a capsule of vitamin E on to my scalp and massaged it in. This never-fail trick has increased the length, thickness and shine of my hair within a month. With the regular use (twice a week for six months) of this wonder vitamin, anyone can have lustrous hair like what you have always desired!