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Experiencing Hair Loss? You Have Options
Wednesday, 30 June 2021

There are many factors that can contribute to alopecia. Your genes, hormones, and health can all play a role in the thickness of your hair and the health of your hair follicles. Depending on the underlying cause of the hair loss or thinning, it may be treatable.

Scalp Treatments

 
Finding a topical hair loss treatment that works for you and your specific needs is a worthwhile option, as it is applied to the scalp and is noninvasive. External remedies can be found in many forms, including oils, creams, and shampoos. You can use these in combination by making them a regular part of your grooming routine; use a shampoo, conditioner, and serum targeted to promote hair growth. However, you could also find one product that you prefer to use alone.
 
There may be some experimentation before you figure out what works for you, but for many people, a topical solution does help to minimize hair fall. In addition, because the health of the scalp directly impacts the hair, it is possible that you will see an improvement in the health of your hair.
 

Supplements

 
Another option is to work from the inside out. If your body is missing key nutrients, you can experience hair loss. Supplementing your diet with important vitamins and minerals can help with a whole host of problems, alopecia among them. There are products that are marketed specifically for hair growth, but if you’re feeling intimidated by any of the ingredients you can start with some supplements you may have heard of: zinc, biotin, and omega-3 fatty acids.
 
You could also eat foods rich in these vital nutrients, which is a delicious way to promote hair growth. Keep in mind that before you introduce any new products into your diet, it is recommended to speak with your doctor, especially if you have any pre-existing conditions or food allergies.
 

Stress Relief

 
You may have noticed that your hair loss is causing you stress, but did you know that your stress may be causing your hair loss? While it may be easier said than done, shedding some of your stress is an incredible health booster. Both chronic stress and reactions to stressful events, like major life changes, affect every system in your body. Preventing or stopping hair loss is one of the many ways de-stressing can impact you.
 
Why you should find some peaceful tranquility is clear, but what about the how? A good starting point is to identify the cause or source of the negative feelings. Consider whether you can remove the triggers, either temporarily or permanently. Engage in calming meditation or breathing exercises. Get your body moving and take a walk if you’re able. Watch a funny movie or call your funniest friend for a laugh (laughter really is good medicine). Each person reacts uniquely to different activities, so only you will know which process works for you.
 
Coping with alopecia can be difficult, but don’t lose hope just yet. There are options for preventing, stopping, and even reversing hair loss.
 
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