Hair loss is not a done deal. If you have begun losing your hair, you may feel very anxious about facing life bald-headed; however, it does not have to be that way. You just need to know how to regrow hair naturally. In this article, we will share some excellent tips on retaining the hair you have and regrowing the hair you have lost using all natural methods. Read on to learn more.
One way to regrow hair naturally is to get high quality sleep. Tossing and turning takes a toll on your health and literally tears your hair out. Use stress reduction, deep breathing, a warm shower and/or a cup of warm milk before bed to calm your jangled nerves and help you sleep soundly. Be sure to eat a natural, balanced, whole foods diet and drink plenty of pure water and get at least 20 minutes of light to moderate exercise every day. These smart practices will also help you sleep well and protect your hair. Your sleep position is also important. If you lie on your back with your head in constant contact with the pillow, you will wear your hair thin in the back. To regrow lost hair on the back of your head, get a neck pillow or simply roll a towel into a cylinder to place under your neck to prevent friction between your head and the pillow. You can get additional information at natural ways to grow hair.
Processing and over-processing your hair will make it fall out. On top of that, it will leave the hair you have in bad shape. If you color, straighten, perm or heat treat your hair now, you must stop. Instead, invest in a really professional haircut that makes the most of your natural hair. When you wash and condition your hair, use the most natural, chemical free products possible. Look for all-natural, organic commercial products containing very few ingredients. Alternately, make your own natural hair products with ingredients such as lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, baking soda, eggs, coconut oil and more. There are many completely natural, old-fashioned hair washing methods that will leave your hair clean and healthy without chemicals. One of the easiest is to wash hair gently with a tablespoon of baking soda in a quart of warm water, rinse and then pour on a quart of cool water with a tablespoon of lemon juice or apple cider vinegar. This leaves hair and scalp with a perfect pH balance.