How to Deal with Hair Loss
There is a myriad of health problems and issues that are entirely invisible to the naked eye and there are far fewer that are visible not only when you look into the mirror, but noted by your partner, friends and members of your family.
If you are someone who is experiencing hair loss, either for several months now or else relatively recently, then continue reading to learn of some proactive and positive ways to deal with hair loss, one or more of which are hopefully effective for you.
· Consult Your Doctor
One of the first things you should do if you have only recently been experiencing clumps or patches of your hair falling out is to book an appointment with your doctor.
There is a wide plethora of reasons why this is happening and it is more than likely that there is a perfectly reasonable and simple explanation, but it is still best to get yourself checked out just to make sure there isn’t a more hidden and underlying cause.
· Practice Mindful Techniques
Regardless of the initial cause of your hair beginning to thin or fall out, there is no doubt that once this starts to happen, you will start to worry about it and think of it more and more, which in turn will not only not help the situation but the increased stress levels may even serve to make it worse.
It is for this reason that another important way to minimize the amount of hair you are losing is to practice mindful techniques, including beginner’s meditation and even basic yoga positions.
· Hair Transplants
If your hair loss is something which is not just affecting you physically, but affecting you emotionally as well, then a more effective solution may be in order.
There is a myriad of benefits to booking yourself in for a hair transplant, as long as you do so with an established and renowned clinic, including:
- An incredibly natural looking hairline
- The elimination of baldness
- Boosts to your aesthetic appearance
- Improvements to your levels of confidence and self-esteem
- Significantly more affordable than you may think
· Be Kinder to Your Hair
Hair loss is something that can often be entirely preventable and for other people may be more of something that you need to combat rather than entirely cure, but either way, it is certainly time to start being kinder to your hair.
The media like to promote an almost suffocating amount of equipment, technology and products that are supposedly designed to improve both the condition and strength of your hair, but in reality, being kinder to your hair actually involves the following:
- Stop using heated technology such as straighteners and hair dryers
- Treat yourself to regular hair masks
- Eat food full of antioxidants such as broccoli, blueberries and tomatoes
- Choose shampoo and conditioner that is kind to your hair
- Use soft bristle hairbrushes
- Stop washing your hair every single day
- Dry your hair with a towel and then entirely naturally