Top Most Effective Hair Loss Management DIY Tips

There was a time when baldness was considered beautiful, manly and a source of pride. Today, the society views hair loss differently. Hair thinning is seen as a burden- a sorry condition that precedes a worse disease. Victims feel frustrated and ashamed of how they look. Fortunately, almost every hair loss causes can be managed. This article offers a DIY guide on effective home remedies to restore lost hair as well as an account of the treatments methods used to treat common medical conditions that prompt hair loss.

Part 1: Do it Yourself Hair Restoration guide

The following routines and use of readily available products to manage hair loss works best for temporary hair loss encounters. Serious hair loss requires the attention of a dermatologist. Read the guide down to the end and you might find the perfect solution for your condition.

  1. Mix of Aloe Vera and Coconut Milk
  2. Aloe Vera contains the ingredients needed to balance PH levels on the skin. When used alongside other notable home remedies such as coconut milk, it offers a perfect environment for follicles to generate new hair cells. Coconut milk, on the other hand contains proteins, essential fats and minerals that strengthen the hair follicles. Squeezing a mix of coconut oil and Aloe Vera regularly can improve the production of healthy hair cells; thereby restoring your hairline.

  3. Indian Lilac
  4. The Indian Lilac, also known as Neem leaves, is an easily available natural product that helps keep the bald area healthy. It has antibacterial properties that kill dandruff and hair lice. However, the bigger benefit of the herb is that is promotes blood circulation around the applied area. It also reaches the follicles when absorbed, nourishing the hair roots for fast hair development.

  5. Doses of Amla and Greek Yoghurt
  6. Amla is a rich herbal product that promotes the healthy growth of collagen. It improves the absorption of iron in the body while also providing Vitamin C. Regular use of Amla can offer healthier hair strands that do not fall out. Greek Yoghurt, on the other hand, contains proteins that promote hair growth. The honey in Greek yoghurt contains antibacterial benefits. Greek yogurt also contains probiotics. Probiotics are credited for promoting healthy hair growth. Apply Amla and yoghurt twice in a week for several weeks to have an impact.

  7. Beetroot and Onion Juice
  8. Beetroot is not only healthy because of its vitamin C properties. A healthy dose of beetroot contains proteins and potassium as well; both of which promote hair growth. Onion juice has antibacterial properties. Onion juice also contains a high dose of sulfur which helps treat infected hair strands. But because of its odor, apply honey to its juice after extraction. Mix the juice with the beetroot juice and apply on your scalp severally in a week.

  9. Green tea
  10. Green tea is famous for its umpteenth of health benefits. To help manage hair loss, green tea acts as a natural conditioner. This keeps your hair smooth and strait; avoiding the hair loss side effects caused by artificial conditioners. Green tea’s many other benefits include the boost of metabolism. Better metabolism leads to the growth of healthy hair. You can take green tea as a drink or squeeze its dissolved tea bags on your hair to condition.

  11. Egg whites and Olive Oil
  12. Egg whites contain vitamin B properties that boost healthy hair growth. Break open two eggs in a bowl. Separate the yolk from the whites. Add Oliver oil and beat the mixture until you have a well-spread out paste. Apply it all over your scalp put on a shower cap for 20 minutes. Repeat the procedure twice a week for several weeks. You should notice your hair line improve.

  13. Scalp massage
  14. Any efforts to improve blood circulation around an affected area always promote healthy hair growth. This is especially the case for the male pattern disease and several other conditions that cause painful lumps on the skin. Massaging the lump or the scalp enables easy blood circulation in the area; providing a perfect environment for follicles to create hair strands.

  15. Antioxidants
  16. Antioxidants kill the harmful toxins that could be fighting follicles on your skin. They promote a healthy body metabolism also, improving the life cycle of hair in the process. Fortunately, antioxidants can be sourced from the normal green foods found at a grocery store. Green tea is believed to contain the highest level of antioxidants. Spinach and a variety of fruits also contain these much needed body components.

  17. Vinegar
  18. Vinegar is a well-known antibacterial product. Its ability to eliminate dandruff gives your skin room to breathe and the perfect environment for hair growth. Additionally, vinegar provides minerals such as potassium. These minerals help strengthen hair strands, avoiding recurring hair fall out. To get its antibacterial benefits, apply diluted vinegar on your scalp twice a week.

  19. Coriander Juice and Henna
  20. Coriander helps soften hair loss. It also promotes healthy growth of hair. When combined with natural hair conditioners like henna, coriander juice can get you improved results. Henna also strengthens the strands of your hair, making it stable as it should be.

    While there are many natural products to help promote growth of hair after it falls out, the above products are the most effective.

Part 2: Best Practices to Manage Hair Loss

Below we explore additional practices to help treat hair loss.

  • Never dry your hair completely-The perfect condition for hair is when it’s moisturized. Avoid rubbing your towel on the hair for best results. Instead, wrap the towel around your head and allow it to absorb the moisture naturally. The amount of moisture your towel absorbs will often be enough to keep you healthy.
  • Let your Hair out-tying hair is a known cause of hair breakage and loss. Allow you hair to grow naturally. Don’t rub it or pull.
  • Any form of friction is often a cause of hair loss. Avoid playing with your hair also, unless you don’t want it to grow.
  • Conditioners-Protect your hair from any damages while swimming or bathing by applying a conditioner ahead. Chlorine dehydrates your skin, causing irritations and hair loss. A good conditioner should keep your hair smooth enough even after coming into contact with chlorine.
  • Cleanse with natural products-Hair conditioners and cleansers have hair loss as a side effect. Sometimes the loss could be significant and not worth the benefits the conditioner claims to offer. Baking soda is one of the best natural cleansers out there. You only need a spoon of baking soda to effectively cleanse your hair.
  • Soften your hair naturally- Natural products offer a perfect way to soften your hair without leaving side effects behind. Additionally, some of the recommended natural products can provide a lasting solution to your hair loss problem. Butter, oil mask and avocadoes are some of the popular and easily available home remedies.
  • Hair supplements-Supplements have the same powerful capabilities to promote hair grow as any other product. Quality supplements contain acids; vitamins and the protein that help promote hair development. They are cheap and available in local pharmacies.

Part 3: Treatments for Medical Conditions that cause Hair Loss

Not all forms of hair loss can be treated with essential oils and natural products. Sometimes hair loss is caused by a serious medical condition. If you think your hair loss issue is serious, seek professional assistance immediately. Continue reading to discover the most common diseases associated with hair loss and how they can be treated.

  1. Alopecia Areata
  2. This disease causes hair to fall out in small, uneven patches. It’s an autoimmune disease, meaning that antibodies in your body attack some follicles for unknown reasons. Keep in mind that antibodies are supposed to fight diseases and keep you healthy. When Alopecia Areata attacks your body, seek professional help immediately.

    Doctors diagnose the disease by performing a scalp biopsy. Sometimes physical observation may do the job. Currently, there is no cure for the disease. If you are diagnosed with Alopecia Areata, doctors give you a variety of medications. Treatment comes in the form of steroid injections, creams and ointments. Other alternative ways to treat the disease include:

    • Acupuncture
    • Aromatherapy
    • Photo chemotherapy

    Use sunscreens or wear a hat should you feel discomforted by your condition.

  3. Malnutrition
  4. If you can read this, you definitely do not have malnutrition. Malnutrition is the extreme starvation of your body. When the body no longer has a source of proteins, starch, vitamins and water, it starts to self-destruct. Self-destruction happens in the form of using up muscle energy to keep you alive. Malnutrition causes a wide list of health effects, and hair loss is the least of the problems. Fortunately, treating malnutrition is as easy as giving the body the right dose of healthy foods.

  5. Hyperthyroidism
  6. Hyperthyroidism is a disease that attacks your thyroids. Your thyroids are on the front side of your neck. They control how hormones use up energy in your body. When attacked, they produce excess hormones. One of the disease’s symptoms is hair loss. Fortunately, the condition can be rectified. There are medications that correct the overreaction of the thyroid. If medications do not work, corrective surgery is an option. Hyperthyroidism is also preventable. Eat lots of healthy foods, including sodium and calcium and you may never get hyperthyroidism.

  7. Acute Stress Disorder
  8. Stress has worse effects on your body than you may think. Besides the usual aloofness and irritability, it shocks some hormones in the body. Encountering a traumatic event can shock and disrupt how hair grows in your body. If the stress extends, it stops the hair growth cycle. If you have acute stress disorder and you can experience hair loss in your body, get help. Avoid the distractions that traumatize by exercising, talking to others or traveling.

  9. Lichen Planus
  10. Lichen Planus is a medical condition caused by viral infections; stress, genes or autoimmune. Doctors treat Lichen Planus as a not serious medical condition. Its symptoms include lesions on the skin, itchiness and formation of blisters. Hair loss is also a common encounter among many victims. Lichen Planus is incurable. Fortunately, the disease’s symptoms disappear naturally or can be managed through medication.

  11. Hodgkin’s disease (HD)
  12. Hodgkin’s disease is a type of blood cancer that affects the lymphatic system. This prevents the ability of the system to eliminate waste products in the blood cells. White blood cells grow exponentially and become unable to fight diseases in your body. Visible symptoms of HD include hair loss, an itchy skin and fatigue. Being a cancer, HD is a life-threatening condition. Seek professional help immediately you experience symptoms such as persistent coughs, pain in the lymph node and night sweats.

  13. Syphilis
  14. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection that affects thousands of people around the world. It’s one of the most dangerous STDs out there. Syphilis is caused by direct contact to a syphilitic chancre. The chancre grows into a sore. The sore leads to fever, headaches, hair loss, mental illness, blindness, seizures and eventual death. Since hair loss appears in the advanced stage of the disease, it’s important to seek medical assistance immediately. There are available treatments for syphilis. Simply contact your doctor immediately you notice the symptoms.

  15. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
  16. SLE is the most popular forms of lupus. SLE is an autoimmune disease caused by antibodies fighting tissues or body hormones it shouldn’t. The disease often occurs as a chronic disease with alternating periods of mild and worse symptoms. Lupus is accompanied by over a dozen symptoms and hair loss is only one of them. Lupus can also be caused by hereditary issues, hormones and the environment. Lupus is often difficult to diagnose because of its many symptoms. But once diagnosed, treatments to manage its effects can be offered. There is no known cure for the disease, however.

Most people with mild cases of hair loss issues don’t need to worry. Applying the home remedies outlined above can correct the problem. However, people who experience conditions that warrant a doctor’s appointment shouldn’t hesitate to seek professional help. Visiting the doctor soon enough can correct your hair loss problem and any other underlying issues.