Remedies for Scalp Hair Loss

If you are one of those men who have tried one of the several hair loss medications that are available on the market and have experienced some of the not so pleasant side effects of these, then I bet you would like to know if there are any natural options available to treat your hair loss.Smooth the paste onto your skin where you wish to remove hair. It should cover the area completely. Allow the paste to dry to the point where it cracks before you move on.

Massage 1 teaspoon of Coconut Oil mixed with 1/4 Teaspoon of Lime Juice into the scalp and keep on for a few hours. I suggest using this treatment a few hours before washing your hair or overnight.

Preparing hair tonics isn’t something new. There are literally hundreds of home remedies with recipes on how to prepare your very own hair tonics. Amla oil boiled with coconut oil is just one example. This formula has been known to be effective in preventing hair loss.

Increase the calcium in your diet. Most people just don’t get enough calcium and we all already know that it’s important for keeping our bones strong and healthy. It’s good for your hair too. Calcium is essential for keeping the hair follicles strong and resilient. You can either start eating more dairy products or start taking a calcium supplement every day. If you’re already on medications, it’s a good idea to ask your doctor before starting anything new, even supplements or vitamins.

According to researchers studying American Indian herbs, horsetail aids in hastening hair growth. The silica content of the herb helps rejuvenate hair follicles to trigger growth, along with speeding up growth of fingernails and toenails.  Massaging the scalp helps increase circulation and blood flow to the hair follicles, which can promote growth. Using your fingertips gently massage the scalp in a small circular motion for 10 to 15 minutes a day, creating warmth on the scalp. This brings blood to the surface, “feeding“ the hair follicles. Some sources claim that you can use ginger, egg yolks, coconut milk and other foods during the massage to help stimulate hair regrowth, but little evidence so far supports the effectiveness of doing so.

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