Hair loss doesn't occur overnight, like all other health conditions. It takes time with common symptoms.
Therefore, it is thought that the chances of baldness can be minimized or prevented. If you keep track of its early signs and do the necessary things, then condition can improve.
That being said, hair loss symptoms include hair falling on your pillows when you wake up, and excessive hair break when you comb or brush your hair and also, a change in hairline and hair thinning.
However, it is important to note that such changes could mean various things; they could be a sign of serious medical attention.
Thus, when hair loss is felt on the safe side, it is advisable to seek medical advice.
But if you are looking for natural treatments that work without the side effects of chemicals or drugs, I will show you natural remedies to help change the state.
Here are 3 natural remedies for hair loss:
As we all know that a regulated diet and hair care regime is a long and dedicated process for controlling hair fall.
But if you're over-stressed over your hair loss, here are some simple solutions you need to include in your routine.
1. Coconut Oil
Let's start with the remedy that worked wonders for me. Do you know that coconut oils have lauric acid that helps bind hair follicles' proteins, which protect the strands and prevent breakage?
Lauric acid is the primary saturated fat in coconut oil that acts to slow the growth of certain types of bacterial fungi / viruses when used appropriately.
How to use:
If you are bald in some part of your head you can simply apply the coconut oil on the affected areas of your head, but if you see your hair pulling off on its own, follow these steps below and thank me later.
- Wash the hair properly with shampoo and then rinse it
- Heat some coconut oil in a stainless bowl
- Comb your hair to make sure the oil will soak into your scalp
- Once your hair has dried up completely, apply it to your hair and massage it into your scalp
- Cover your hair with a bowl and leave for 45 minutes or more at night
2. Aloe vera
Still want to know more remedies to hair loss? Here is another proven natural remedy to hair loss – Aloe vera.
Yes, Aloe vera is one the cure for all beauty related problems, including hair loss.
When I was a kid, we had Aloe vera plants in our compound. I could remember playing with it and rubbing it on my face just as a little child not knowing anything about health, and from childhood I have still had my face till looks as fresh as new born.
Not only does Aloe vera work for beauty, it also works for nurturing the scalp, which provides the perfect condition for your hair cells to regenerate and develop.
How to use:
- Get a leaf from an Aloe Vera plant (as fresh as possible)
- Use a knife to cut off the leaf 's surface to reveal the gel inside
- Use a spoon to take out the gel
- Rub the gel straight into your scalp and allow it for 45 minutes
- Use shampoo to wash both your hair and the scalp
- Repeat it 2-3 times a week or as needed
3. Onion Juice
Another natural remedy that is very effective is the Onion juice. Onion juice is a fantastic conditioner and daily use will help prevent hair loss.
One tip – make sure you immediately wash the towel, unless you want it to smell like onions, which I know you don't.
So here is how to use it;
Cut and peel half an onion and mix it into a paste. If required, add some water. Apply the mix paste to the affected area on your head. Place on a shower cap and wash off with shampoo for about 15 minutes. And that's all
You have to come up with a strategy for something if you want to reach a goal and, most importantly, be consistent. You can say the same if you want your hair changed. It is important to remember that the procedures can need to be done for several months before significant results are visible.
In the end, be creative! Mix the treatments together and try as many different variations as you want!
You can thank me by sharing! And also feel free to comment below.
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