If you are here looking for Home Remedies for Hair loss you must be worried that you are losing more hair than what is normal.
But there might be some help here because depending on your type of hair loss, we have home remedies available and you need to check them out right now.
As with all other ailments the first step before perusing our home remedies for hair loss is to check with your medical practitioner that there are no underlying conditions which could be causing this shedding of hair.
Once you have been given the thumbs up and any possible medical conditions have been ruled out, take a break and browse through these Home Remedies for Hair loss.
They are simple, down to earth, easy on the pocket, and many many people will testify that that they work.
Mix a tablespoon of honey, a teaspoon of cinnamon and some warm olive oil.
Massage this paste into your hair and leave for 15 minutes before shampooing. Do this on a regular basis i.e. at least once a week.
Steep a handful of Rosemary leaves in some warm olive oil and allow to stand for awhile. Massage this mixture into your hair and leave for 15 minutes before shampooing. This should also be done on a regular basis i.e. at least once a week.
Now you are probably asking the question - are there dietary patterns involved in hair loss?
There has to be, because the hair is a living protein, and as with the rest of our body, proper nutrition is vital for all living parts.
Stress is thought to be a major role player in hair loss.
People suffering from high stress levels have often been found to be short of B Vitamins .
So pump up your B Vitamins as a natural home remedy for hair loss by consuming yeast extracts (Brewers
Yeast) peas, eggs, milk and whole grain foods.
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"the art of healing comes from Nature and not from the Physician - therefore the Physician must start with nature with an open mind".
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Carotenoids is the good pigment in veggies and fruit.
The body turns this pigment into essential antioxidants which attack free radicals to help keep you younger.
A good diet combined with exercise during old age means you're eight times more likely to live five years longer than those who are inactive and don't eat properly.
The information on this site does not constitute medical advice. Always consult with your Health Professional.