NAT­U­RAL REME­DIES FOR HAIR LOSS GROWTH

h4ufme (Singapore) - - Feature - TEXT BY | MON­INA EU­GE­NIO

IT'S NOR­MAL TO LOSE HAIR. IN FACT, YOU LOSE 50-100 HAIR STRANDS EV­ERY DAY – AND IT'S EV­I­DENT WHILE YOU SHOWER, OR WHEN STYLING. WHILE IN SOME CASES, PEO­PLE MIGHT NO­TICE THEIR HAIR RE-GROW­ING ON ITS OWN, OTH­ERS MIGHT NEED TREAT­MENT FOR RE­GROWTH.

Ac­cord­ing to the Amer­i­can Academy of Der­ma­tol­ogy, if hair loss is grad­ual and be­comes more no­tice­able with each year that passes, a per­son can have hered­i­tary hair loss. As well, cer­tain hair care prac­tices can also cause no­tice­able hair loss. For in­stance, hor­mones and stress can play a part in hair loss, such as af­ter giv­ing birth, menopause, and even stress; as well as di­et­ing and poor nutri­tion linked with weight loss, too much Vi­ta­min A, a lack of pro­tein and iron, and even an eat­ing dis­or­der can cause this. In ad­di­tion, hairstyling and prod­ucts used can cause hair loss too– in­clud­ing fre­quent bleach­ing and im­proper use of dyes, gels, re­lax­ers and hair sprays that lead to break­age, and heat-ap­plied styling. While a no­tice­able change in the amount of hair fall can prompt a visit to the der­ma­tol­o­gist, here's some nat­u­ral and or­ganic treat­ments for pre­ven­tive mea­sure and pro­mote hair growth and a healthy scalp.

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