Maybe you've noticed the bald patch on top of your head is growing, or your ponytail is getting thinner. It's only natural. Whether or not you go completely bald, thinning hair happens to everyone. While your genetics play a big part, your hair is no different from any other part of your body and you can make it healthier by changing your behavior.
While there are some medical treatments and even operations, if your situation isn't that serious you could just make a small change to your diet.
If you've noticed signs like a growing part, thin, brittle hair or a receding hairline, it's time to start one of these 7 solutions.
Note: Hair loss can be a sign of a more drastic condition, including hormone imbalances, so if you have severe hair loss see your doctor.
1. Massage your scalp
Yes, really! Not only do your deserve a nice relaxing massage, rubbing your scalp helps increase blood flow there. It's important to make a good environment for your hair to grow, and a healthy, happy scalp is part of that.
2. Add these foods to your diet
Just like protein builds muscle and fats keep your brain healthy, there are nutrients that make your hair thicker and healthier.
Protein, zinc, and B12 will all improve your hair growth, You can get them from leafy greens, fish, and lean meat. An iron supplement will also improve your hair.
3. Reduce harmful treatments
Using a hair dryer, dying your hair and using a hot curler will all damage and thin your hair. Now, if you stop using these treatments you might still notice hair loss, but your hair will look noticeably fuller and healthier.
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