Treating Hair Loss Naturally

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In an ideal world a healthy diet, a nurturing environment and the right supplements would be all that anyone needs for perfect hair. For a lucky few this is definitely true but the rest of us don’t live in this ideal world.

Think of building up a head of hair as being like running a farm. An organic farm can produce good healthy food but it cannot match the volume of food produced on a farm using NPK fertiliser and pesticides. Not without a lot of hard work. Fertiliser and pesticides, just like drugs, do boost growth. And just like drugs they have side effects. Natural therapy, like organic farming, does work but requires a lot more effort and thought to get god results.

Who can benefit from natural therapy?

Everyone gets benefits and for some people natural hair loss treatment will be enough to reverse hair loss and boost growth:

  1. Those who have no hair loss issues and just want thicker hair.
  2. Those who have temporarily lost their hair but still have healthy follicles, say because of illness, alopecia areata or iron deficiency. This group will get better faster.
  3. Those with milder cases of male or female pattern hair loss or chronic telogen effluvium.

Everyone else will get some benefit from natural therapy but will need drug therapy for optimum results.

Which Natural Therapies?

First thing first, stop making your hair loss worse:

STOP SMOKING IF YOU SMOKE

No brainer. The tar in cigarettes triggers inflammation in the hair follicles and reduces blood supply, Smokers lose their hair faster and go grey sooner.

AVOID HIGH GLYCAEMIC INDEX CARBOHYDRATES

Read more about these in my reports.

AVOID ADVANCED GLYCATION ENDPRODUCTS

Not enough people know about these. Read about them in my reports.

AVOID EXCESSIVE SUN ON YOUR SCALP

UV rays accelerate ageing of all parts of the skin, including the hair follicles.

STAY AWAY FROM CRASH DIETS, LOW PROTEIN DIETS AND VEGAN DIETS

Crash diets are a common cause of TE (telogen effluvium – hair loss because of body distress). The hair loss usually occurs a month or two after the weight loss. Chronic calorie and protein restriction starve the hair follicles as resources are diverted to the major organs and muscle. It is very hard to have good hair and be a Vegan (sorry).

Next step improve your lifestyle:

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