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How To Stop And Reduce Hair Loss [Part 2]

In the Part 1 of How to Stop and Reduce Hair Loss article, we covered the details of the hair growth cycle and the possible causes of hair loss. We follow up with this second part on the ways that you can stop and reduce hair loss, ranging from home-based remedies to professional clinical treatments. Read on now to find out more.

1. How to make changes to your hair care routine?

Making a couple of tiny changes to your daily routine can help reduce hair fall. Utilise a wooden wide-tooth comb to untangle your hair. You can use your usual brush after this. This will reduce breakage and hair loss from yanking. It is also vital to remember not to comb your hair when it is wet. Your hair is at its most vulnerable when wet, which raises the odds of breakage.

Another suggestion is to use your towel in the right way. Instead of aggressively trying to use your towel to dry your hair, and subjecting them to excessive force, gently squeeze excess moisture out of your hair with your towel and let it dry naturally. Attempt and switch to shampoos that are free of sulfates, silicones, and parabens to avoid loading your own scalp and hair with harsh substances that cause damage, making your hair brittle and more prone to breakage.

Wash your hair at least one time every three days with a gentle hair cleanser or shampoo to eliminate all of the accumulated dust, dirt, oil, and bacteria build-up. Keep it clean at all times to prevent hair drop from clogged follicles. It’s also important not to wash your hair more than thrice a week. Overwashing will strip your scalp and hair of natural oils that are essential for healthy hair growth.

Do not subject your hair to regular chemical treatments, excessive blow-drying, ironing, and colouring as it can lead to hair loss. If you colour or dye your hair and have been confronting hair fall problems, it would be a fantastic idea to have a brief break before you set any more chemicals on your hair. Research demonstrated that allergic contact dermatitis from hair dyes might be liable for increased hair loss.

How To Stop And Reduce Hair Loss [Part 2]

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