Losing your hair is a big thing, especially when it come to women. I have suffered from postpartum shedding and hair loss due to stress. However,hair loss, known medically as Alopecia, is very common.
Today I'm sharing with you some tricks and tips to help with hair loss and to grow your hair healthy.
Look at your diet, you know that old saying you are what you eat. Having a good diet and nutrition is going to help your hair grow healthily. There are lots of hair vitamins on the market like Hairfinity which will also help promote good hair growth
The inversion method, involves tipping your head upside down for between 5 to 10 minutes. It allows blood flow to go to your scalp whilst you give it a massage. It is well-known that stimulated blood flow can increase blood flow in addition taking the 5 -10 minutes for yourself is also quite calming and is a good start for the beginning or the end of the day
Wear a wig or hair extensions. Wigs have come a long way from the stiff hair rugs of the 70s. With the introduction of lace fronts they now give a natural look. Wearing a wig will give your natural hair a break from combing and provide protection for your recovering hair and scalp and gives you more confidence if you don't feel comfortable showing your hair.
Invest in a good hair mask, not only will it add much-needed moisture back into your hair. but it will leave your hair softer, shinier and stronger. There are many pre packaged masks, but you can also use ingredients at home including eggs beer and avocados
Try a natural approach, Aromatherapy and acupuncture have been known to help with alopecia
For more extreme cases of alopecia there are also medical treatments, like hair transplants. The Harley Street Hair Clinic offer a Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedure, which is the most advance type of procedure used for Hair Transplant Surgery. FUE hair transplant cost will differ from clinic to clinic, so it's worth contacting The Harley Hair Clinic for a one to one personal consultation.
Remember that there is alot of support out there, what tips and tricks do you have?