There are numerous ways to slow or stop hair loss. But what you should do depends on the cause of your hair loss. Some conditions, such as postpartum hair loss (telogen effluvium), may resolve on their own. Also, keep in mind that everyone sheds hair on a daily basis, which is completely normal.
Genetic factors are the most common cause of hair loss in both men and women. Male pattern hair loss, also known as androgenic alopecia, can occur in women. Other causes of hair loss include pregnancy, stress, and exposure of the scalp to trauma due to reasons such as surgery, injury, pregnancy, and hypothyroidism. Hair loss caused by shedding causes other than androgenic alopecia is usually temporary and treatable. Hair loss caused by Androgenic Alopecia can be temporarily stopped if certain drugs are used, but it is persistent.
You should consult a doctor if your hair loss is severe. Your doctor may be able to determine whether your hair loss is caused by thyroid problems, stress, scalp infections, androgenic alopecia, or simply aging. Hair transplant in Istanbul is a top choice for patients who constantly lose hair.
Omega-3-rich fish include salmon, sea bass, and sea bream. Furthermore, flax seeds, hazelnuts, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and purslane are high in omega 3. While Omega 3 reduces the time it takes for new hair to grow in place of shed hair, its high anti-inflammatory capacity opens the hair follicles and promotes healthier growth.
It should be noted at this point that Omega 3 is not particularly important, particularly for hair. In terms of content, Omega 3 is a very useful food because it increases the capacity of our entire body to fight diseases.
According to studies, when the body does not receive enough protein, the body uses protein for vital functions, causing hair to stop growing. Protein should provide 10% to 35% of the body's calorie requirements. In other words, an adult should consume 46 to 56 grams of protein per day.
Protein should not only be obtained from animal foods; grains, nuts, and legumes should also be included in the daily diet. Animal protein sources (red meat, fish, turkey, and chicken), legumes (lentils, kidney beans, beans, and chickpeas), cereals (brown pasta, oats, whole wheat bread, and bulgur), nuts (almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts, cashews, pistachios, and sunflower seeds).
Biotin, also known as vitamin H or B7, aids in the synthesis of fatty acids in the body. This process is critical to the hair life cycle, and a deficiency may result in hair loss. Consult your doctor about taking three to five milligrams per day. Perms, Blow Drys, Hair Straightening, and Tongs are all bad for your hair. Limit your use of hair dryers. Heat exposure to hair follicles on a regular basis weakens hair and accelerates hair loss. Perms can also harm hair follicles. To dry your hair, opt for natural methods.
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