There is nothing more alarming to a woman that to look in a mirror and discover a thinning hairline, or hair that has lost its volume. What most women don’t realize is that nearly over 100 strands of hair a day are lost and that it is entirely reasonable. More than that, however, could indicate a more severe problem. In most cases, however, ‘how’ you are styling your hair seems to be the culprit. So, if thinning hair is a cosmetic issue and not a health concern, then we all know that cosmetic issues can indeed be fixed or changed.
Unfortunately, hair loss is an issue that affects a lot of older women. If you have noticed some thinning hair of late, read further, contained within are some tips and tricks to give your locks back that vitality and glow it once had. However, if after a few months of a different routine or product, you don’t see any visible results, be on the safe side, make an appointment with your physician to ensure your hair loss is not from an underlying health condition. A simple blood taste is usually all that is required.
A Few Simple Tips For Optimal Scalp Care
Say no to hairstyles that would pull on your hairline; This means, ‘tight’ ponytails, cornrows, braids, or anything that pulls on the small hairs and can cause hair loss. These tight hairstyles pull too much on the delicate skin of your hairline, which creates the loss/thinning effect. Ditch heated tools. Heat is harmful to hair and causes the strands to fracture, be brittle and then just break off. If you do use tools, make sure to leave it on any section of your hair for no more than a second or two. Let your hair dry naturally as much as possible. Be careful of chemical processing. Foods high in vitamins and minerals with zinc and vitamin B12 are all revitalizing to hair, and your diet should include lots of leafy greens, beans, fish, and lean meats. There are also a few hair products targeted at restorative hair growth, as well as topical medications, and don’t forget scalp massages.
Physical Health Maintenance and Stress Reduction
Paying attention to your diet and overall health doesn’t rubber stamp that you won’t ever suffer from thinning hair, but it certainly helps. Diet and regular exercise both go along way with minimizing hair loss. Reduce stress with regular and proper sleep, andkeep in mind that relaxation and proper medication also help to alleviate hair loss.
Add Volume With Extensions
Of course, a popular solution to thinning hair and adding volume, for several years now, has been the use of customizable hair extensions
. The use of extensions makes your hair fuller and thicker. Extensions that match and enhance your natural hair are easy to find, as they come in all colors, sizes, and textures. Root coverage extensions
will provide coverage on the top, along with light volume.