Hair loss and premature graying are the most prominent hair-related issues we face today. Most of us end up with these problems at a young age. Before going for any cosmetic remedies, try these Ayurvedic herbs. These simple home remedies will give you thick luscious hair without any side effects.
Diet to Reverse Hair Loss In The Pursuit Of The “Perfect” Look The desire for achieving ethereal beauty has been one of the pursuits in human evolution. As science unearths more elements (either from nature or the lab) the perfect look seems more accessible and hence desirable. The U.S. cosmetics market, for[.....]
Thyroid disease is a common culprit of hair loss. Research says hair growth depends on the proper functioning of the thyroid gland, abnormal levels of thyroid hormone can result in the changes in hair growth and hair loss not only on the scalp, but anywhere on the body. Symptoms of hypothyroidism include fatigue, weakness, constipation and memory loss.
Boil a few dried Indian gooseberry (amla) pieces in 500ml coconut oil until they become charred. Let the oil cool. Apply onto your hair, scalp overnight or an hour before wash. Equally beneficial can be topical application of kayyonyadi tailam, neelibhringadi tailam, herbs such as henna, aloe vera, hibiscus, or a fine paste of overnight soaked fenugreek seeds.
To avoid hair fall: avoid mental stress, practice meditation and breathing exercises, increase your intake of protein, drink sufficient water daily, sleep for at least 7 hours a day, don't suppress natural urges of urine, stool and flatus, avoid high salt and sour foods and try not to wash your too often, with extremely hot water and synthetic shampoos.
In ancient Indian culture, it was widely acknowledged that menopause was a natural process of life that did not require artificial hormone replacement therapy. Menopausal symptoms were rarely experienced by Indian women as they lived in a natural environment and their diet was mainly plant-based. Traditional energy healers were aware[.....]
There are two groups of aging people. The first group embraces their grays as a badge of gracefully growing older. The second group lives in fear of mirrors. Chances are, if you’re reading this, you’re of the latter. Here are 15 facts about gray hair that you need to start believing! Fact[.....]
Though age is a definite red flag pointing to possibility of a receding hairline, other factors such as emotional stress, hormonal imbalance can also lead to thinning of the hair and even male/female pattern baldness. Scalp massage using essential oils of palmarosa, geranium, clary sage, rosemary can help hair regrowth by stimulating the blood flow to the scalp.
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[.....]
The versatile onion has the power to do much more than just add depth, 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. To apply - massage your scalp with a mix of onion juice and honey; wait 30 mins, then rinse it out.
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.[.....]
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.
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.
Hair loss is a more common problem among men than women. In most cases, hair loss could not be linked to any disease or other external factors. Reduced hair growth and hair shaft breaking are the two most common reasons behind hair falling. In order to prevent hair loss, studies[.....]
Healthy hair is a sign of good health and vitality. Apart from external care, internal care in the form of diet is also required to make those luscious locks shine! Unhealthy hair results in hair loss and premature graying. Lifestyle factors and habits can also be attributed to hair problems. Following[.....]
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