10 SIMPLE HAIR TIPS ON HOW TO REDUCE AND STOP HAIR FALL

10 SIMPLE HAIR TIPS ON HOW TO REDUCE AND STOP HAIR FALL

10 Simple tips on how to reduce and stop hair fall

Hair loss for many men is just an accepted part of life and no one really takes a second glance at a bald man, but when it happens to a woman it can be devastating and even be the cause of depression setting in. Everyone loses some hair every day of their life, so usually it is nothing at all to worry about, but if you do feel that your hair is thinning, it could be something that you are doing to make this happen, so read our top ten tips on how to reduce and stop hair fall:

1. Check the stress

Hair loss can be a sign that you are over stressed. A tricky one to fix overnight, but making sure that you are getting enough sleep every night and giving yourself more time to relax will help. Try meditation, yoga or T’ai chi, all these can help you find emotional balance and relieve stress.

2. Don’t pull your hair

Pulling hard on your hair, perhaps, when brushing, when you’re in a rush, will damage the hair follicles permanently and can be the cause of hair loss. Be gentle with your hair if you want your locks to be healthy and beautiful!

3. Don’t wear wigs

Unless you have to, avoid wearing wigs. Wearing a wig will cut off the oxygen supply to your scalp and can suffocate your follicles. Wigs can also irritate your scalp and cause you to rub and scratch at it, which will damage your hair even further.

4. Pat hair dry, don’t rub

Be careful not to rub your hair dry with a towel, pat it gently instead. Vigorous rubbing, especially when the hair is wet, can be another cause of of excessive hair loss, as it can damage the follicles.

5. Eat a healthy diet

One of the simplest tips on how to reduce and stop hair fall is eating healthy. Did you know that, from just one strand of your hair, scientific analysis can tell what you’ve been eating and whether you have taken any drugs? That’s because what you eat directly affects your hair and so, maintaining a healthy, balanced diet can reduce hair loss and keep your hair looking beautiful too.

6. Gently does it

Your hair is very delicate and even more so when it’s wet. Avoid the vicious brushing after you have washed it, which can easily snap wet hair; try gently brushing your hair, using a wide toothed comb instead.

7. Avoid coloring

Hair colorants often include peroxide or similar harsh chemicals, which can dry out your hair, damage the follicles and irritate your scalp. Try to limit how often you color your hair and go for highlights or lowlights, rather than an all over color, as these are more gentle to the hair.

8. Be sure to rinse properly

Make sure that you always give your hair a thorough rinse after shampooing, as leaving residues of chemicals and soap from the shampoo can damage your scalp and your hair.

9. Don’t perm your hair

You can smell how harsh the chemicals in a perm are when it’s applied. Regular perming will harm both your scalp and your follicles. Try to avoid it.

10. Always shampoo after swimming

Whether you swim in the sea or a pool, always remember to wash your hair afterwards. Both the salt from the sea and chlorine from a pool will damage your hair if left in, and chlorine can even give blonde hair a greenish tint!

Despite the claims of how strong a strand of hair is when it’s healthy, it’s very easy to damage your hair and scalp with certain hair products and harsh treatments, so be gentle and kind to it and your hair will stay healthy for longer.

Feel free to share your own hair tips on how to reduce and stop hair fall in the comment section below.

Stay beautiful!

7 Comments

  1. Izzy
    April 19, 2018 at 5:07 am

    Ahh this is so helpful! Such good tips! Love love love it! Thank you so much for writing this! I’ll definitely be having a go at these! Honestly since my hair started thinning a few months ago I’ve been so panicked and confused as to why it was happening. If I’m totally honest – I’m quite vain and I’ve always loved my hair so I’ve been really worried about keeping my curly locks! Plus my confidence has just massively dipped since it’s been happening and I really want to get myself back feeling more confident again! I don’t know if this is the place to ask for advice or not, but basically my friend recommended getting a wig made, and apparently you can have small pieces and extensions to cover up certain thinning parts of your hair without completely covering all your own hair (and I’m definitely leaning towards this option). So when she told me about this I did some research and everything and read about a company called Optima Hair (they’re located near where I live). I’m just wondering really if anyone else has used them at all? They look good but I don’t know much about it if I’m honest so I’d appreciate any advice or recommendations people could give me before I bought anything (as my mum always said – better to be safe than sorry)! X


  2. SHOURAV MAJUMDEER
    November 5, 2017 at 11:43 am

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  3. Martin
    September 21, 2017 at 11:47 pm

    Stopping hair fall requires a lot of patience for a thick hair could not be achieved overnight so continuous treatment is required. Persevere and you’ll have the results you deserve.


  4. Emily Lonnie
    October 9, 2016 at 5:32 pm

    THANK YOU for these tips on how to reduce hair loss


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    April 29, 2014 at 9:30 am

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  6. Anonymous
    January 25, 2014 at 5:11 am

    awesome site!


  7. Stella
    January 18, 2014 at 7:25 pm

    Good tips!


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