How to Prevent Hair Loss Naturally

Are you battling with hair loss? You are not alone. Balding or weak hair growth is a common problem suffered by millions around the world. Luckily, it is not as severe or life-threatening as you may think it to be. There are simple tricks and tips you can use to prevent hair loss without having to use any toxic chemicals. 

You can check some of the risk-free free methods to take care of patterned baldness below. 

Use Essential Oils

There are good quality oils for hair loss, such as the one from moringa and argan. They are useful in stimulating follicle growth, which makes them a helpful addition in organic hair care products. They are simple to use, and can even be added to a special homemade hair treatment recipe. 

Scrutinize your Hair Care Products

For most women who suffer from hair loss, the culprit could be their favorite shampoo and bath wash. When in the market for care products, you want to double-check that they do not contain any compounds that could put you at risk. A mild shampoo should be used for regular washing.

Enjoy a Rich Diet 

Your diet also plays a significant role in hair growth and loss. Protein is a vital food class for the growth and development of healthy tissues. They are also useful in promoting follicle and shaft emergence and even fullness. Opt for lean options in your diet such as meat, soy, and fish. 

Avoid Smoking and Drinking

It is a known fact that smoking could lead to baldness. If you smoke frequently, you want to consider quitting to save you the impending hair loss. An effective way will be to switch to e-cigarettes or replace your nicotine with caffeine (Coffee). Excessive alcohol consumption could also be the reason for your receding hairline. 

Physical Activity 

Exercising regularly is beneficial to the body in so many ways. Aside from reducing stress levels and maintaining hormonal balance, it also promotes blood flow. 

Careful with Hair Styling 

How you style your hair could also be the reason for alopecia. Excessive combing, repeated heating, and drying are some things that put you at risk. 

Braids and ponytails for women are examples of styles that push follicles and pull out strands. Reducing how frequently you fix such styles could help you with limiting hair loss. 

There are many other ways you could eliminate the risk of baldness. If you do not intend to spend money on any particular product, consider making your homemade hair treatment. 

About the author;

Green Living Zone

Donald Giddings is founder and editor in chief at Green Living Zone. A lifelong sustainability enthusiast, Donald is always looking for the best way to live in harmony with nature.  When he is not trying out new eco-friendly recipes, he writes engaging content about green, sustainable ways to maintain your home, body, and soul, readily sharing his abundant experience with other green living aficionados.