Prevent Hair Loss: How to Prevent Alopecia
It might sound easy at times, but preventing hair loss is no small task. Losing even a strand of hair is painful, agonising, heart wrenching. Though we may not project this feeling to everyone around us, deep within we constantly think about how to prevent hair loss and prevent alopecia. That’s the reason why we jump to every product and serum and tablet that promises hair loss treatment; but preventing hair loss is a much better plan! Here's how...
Prevent Hair Loss by Not Smoking
Smoking has a major negative impact on the body's circulatory system. So if you want to prevent hair loss and save a substantial amount of money at the same time, invest in a program to quit smoking.
Prevent Hair Loss by Exercise & Live a Stress Full Life
Too much stress can cause your hair to fall out, stall its growth and maybe even lead you to pull out your own strands. Exercise can help you deal with stress and may lessen hair loss caused by it.
Prevent Hair Loss by Proper Diet And Exercise
Many people can greatly improve their diet by simply cutting out sugar overloads from candies, cakes, soft drinks, etc. A balanced diet with correct proportions of fruit, vegetables, cereals, dairy products and protein can have an amazing effect on the health of the scalp and hair production.
Prevent Hair Loss by Quitting / Reduce Smoking & Drinking
Reduce your alcohol and caffeine intake. Eat healthy protein rich food.
Prevent Hair Loss by Protecting Your Hair from UV Rays
Sun exposure also increases hair fall. One could avoid contact of sunlight to his hairs as direct exposure can make you bald because of the harmful UVA and UVB rays.
*Inputs as provided by Dr. Shreepad Khedekar, Clinical Director And Mind Body Expert, Imperial Clinics.
*Image courtesy: © Thinkstock photos/ Getty Images
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