Pregnancy is a time when your body goes through a wide variety of changes — physical, emotional, and hormonal. Since your estrogen level increases, you should generally expect a full head of lustrous hair, but many women experience hair loss instead. Some of the reasons for hair loss during pregnancy are[.....]
Originally from China, Oolong tea is manufactured through a process much more complex and unique than all the other teas in the world. The sun-kissed tea leaves are handpicked and allowed to wither under the sun, before they are curled and twisted. Available in numerous flavors and aromas, Oolong tea[.....]
Black currant seed oil has multiple health benefits, most of which are attributed to its high content of gamma-linoleic acid (GLA). The anti-inflammatory nature of GLA not only gives your immune system a much-needed boost, but can also help lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Consuming as little as 6g can help ward off sallow skin and even a receding hairline.
Hair loss, hair thinning, or baldness are a great concern for many people. The medical term for hair loss is alopecia and it can be either partial (alopecia areata) or total (alopecia totalis). Hair loss can lead to feelings of low self-esteem and result in isolation from others. For cancer[.....]
Are you freaking out because you keep losing hair every passing day? Changing your shampoo or taking supplements might not always solve your problem. Maybe it’s time to take a closer look at your diet, daily routine and hygiene preferences to find out the actual reasons behind your hair loss.[.....]
In a 5ml euro-dropper bottle, blend 10 drops each of cedarwood, palmarosa, geranium, blue yarrow, clary sage oil; 20 drops each of ylang ylang, bergamot oil; 5 drops each of thyme, rosemary oil. Allow to synergize for 24+ hrs before using. To use, add 15 drops of the blended mix to 1oz of carrier oil; massage into scalp and wash it off with a mild shampoo after 1 hr.
Vitamin D is a vitamin synthesized from cholesterol and sunlight and converted to a hormone! It’s also found in certain foods such as fatty fish and fortified dairy products, although it’s very difficult to get enough from the diet.1 The recommended daily intake is usually around 400-800 IU, but many[.....]
Are you tired of finding your hair everywhere you go? Have you stopped brushing your hair in the fear of losing more in the process? Having a head full of hair and retaining it are two very difficult feats for many. Check out these 10 home remedies that can help[.....]
Optimize your vit D levels using safe methods like sun exposure, eating fish or fortified foods that are rich in the nutrient. Get your vit B12 levels to a healthy range by switching to whole grain foods. Stock-up on anti-estrogenic foods like berries, flaxseeds, ginger, broccoli. Exercise regularly; use yoga/meditation to manage stress better. Try ayurvedic remedies like ashwagandha or triphala.
Hair loss is a distressing condition that is associated with a multitude of natural, medical, or nutritional conditions. Could Peppermint oil be a cure?
Hair loss is one of our generation’s biggest problems. Blame it on the air or the sun, but we can’t deny the problem anymore. All those years of vigorous shampooing, using hair dryers, and sun damage are bound to take a toll on our hair. This, in addition to an[.....]
Hair loss can happen over several reasons including stress, genetics, poor diet, hormonal imbalances, and even overuse of hair products. Harsh chemicals are the worst for hair. If you’re looking to improve the health of your hair, here are seven things you need to do.
Onion doesn't just add flavor to your meal. In fact, onion juice, rich in sulfur and other vital minerals, is an effective remedy for those struggling with hair loss, especially due to alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition. Onions are rich in two anti-inflammatory chemical groups – flavonoids and the alk(en)yl cysteine sulphoxides (ACSOs) – that help reduce chronic hair loss.
Sudden or patchy hair loss might be a sign of an underlying disease/condition. Talk with your doctor and get to the root of the problem. Get your hormones, thyroid, and ferritin levels tested. Go for a comprehensive genova organic acids test to check for nutritional deficiencies, if any. Take omega 3s and limit your intake of processed foods, gluten, and dairy.
There's nothing more frustrating than running a brush through your mane and finding it full of hair. But if thinning or falling hair is giving you sleepless nights then Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of medicine, might have some answers in herbs such as henna, aloe vera, and hibiscus. So don't let hair loss mess with your head anymore. Instead, go traditional with Ayurveda for some hair fall solutions.
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