Hair loss and hair thinning can have many causes. Some are connected with serious physical conditions (e.g. genetic diseases, alopecia areata etc.), others are related to your psychological state of mind. Not all hair loss and hair thinning conditions can be effectively stopped, some are simply unavoidable and unfortunately, inevitable. But you can always apply hair loss prevention methods, which at the least will help you retain some of your hair in healthy condition. First of all, if you desire for your treatment to be successful, you should dig deeper into your hair loss causes. If you learn that you’re losing hair because of genetics which run in your family, or if you sufferer from alopecia areata (an autoimmune disease where your own system attacks your hair cells), then you will quickly learn that stopping hair loss may either be an impossible or a very difficult task. If, on the other hand, your hair is falling out because you’re stressed or simply because your hair care is poor, then we are happy to tell you that you’ll easily find treatments for hair loss. So, what are the best practices when it comes to hair loss prevention methods?
Basically, there are three most effective ways of hair loss prevention. Firstly, you should go natural – what does this mean in practice? To put it simply, it means that you should leave your hair alone. Go back to the primitive days. Don’t use any invasive treatments, don’t interfere with its texture, and certainly don’t colour or straighten it. Give your hair time to recover and they will naturally gain strength. Secondly, reconsider your choice of everyday hair-care products. Choose shampoos and conditioners that are dedicated to your type of hair, and don’t include many chemicals. Finally, pay attention to how you brush your hair – and not only the way you brush them, the type of the brush you’re using also comes to play. There are many brushes available on the market, so be sure to choose the one that’s perfect for your hair. These three tips will allow you to prevent your hair loss at least a little bit, allowing you to feel yourself again – confident and fulfilled.
Keep in mind that these methods are only effective if applied regularly and with care. If you’re sloppy and inconsistent with regards to choosing your basic hair-care products, then the solutions listed above may actually do you more harm than good. The best practice is to buy your hair care products in good hair salons. Whilst you’re at it, ask your hairdressers for advice. By doing this you’ll be certain that these products don’t contain harmful substances and are safe to use.