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11 Tips You Should Use Right Now to Attain Naturally Healthy Hair!


Your hair is your brand. It not only defines your aesthetic but your emotions and confidence as well. But if you don't take care of it properly, your hair can and will give up on you; seriously, you don’t want that. So here we will discuss 11 tips to help you keep your hair nourished and naturally healthy!

Just as a bad hair day is synonymous with misery, having a good hair day can make you feel like you’re on top of the world. But beautiful and healthy hair doesn’t just come along without any effort; they might for some of you blessed with good genes (lucky lot), but generally, that is not the case.

It may be because of bad habits, age, or something else entirely, but your hair loses its charm over time. Luckily, there are many effective ways in this day and age you can use to bring your hair back to life! And the best way to get healthy hair is to do so through natural means. It works wonders and all without any side-effects. Instead, using these tips will only add to your quality of life. So read on to find out 11 tips to get healthy hair naturally.

But before we get into the remedies, let’s take a quick look at the most common hair related issues people face.

What are the Most Common Hair-Related Issues?

Some of the most common hair related issues people face are:


Pattern Baldness: Both female and male pattern baldness (characterized by the M-shaped receding hairline) is amongst the most common hair-related problems people face. Usually, this happens due to aging and high-levels of DHT; but this too can be treated through natural means.

Dandruff: People of all ages can experience dandruff. It is said that one of every five people has dandruff. It is characterized by an itchy, flaky scalp that leaves a white residue in your hair. But don’t worry, by making a few lifestyle changes and following this guide, you can combat dandruff naturally as well!


1. Proper Nutrition

The easiest way to solve a lot of problems in your life is to be conscious of what you put in yourself. Your hair is no exception; they need nutrients to grow properly and remain healthy. A balanced diet rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals is critical when it comes to salubrious, lustrous hair.

Specific vitamins and minerals like Biotin are especially helpful in fighting pattern baldness. They stimulate hair growth and fight DHT build-up to keep your perfect hairline from receding. Similarly, Omega 3 fatty acids help fight dandruff by helping your scalp stay moisturized.


2. Don’t Wash Your Hair Too Often and Turn Down the Heat

As much as we all love steaming hot showers, they are actually awful for your hair and scalp. Sad news we know, but it’s reality. Taking daily hot showers strips away natural oils from your scalp, which can make it dry out and cause dandruff and hair loss. So wash your hair every 2-3 days, turn the heat down (opt for slightly lukewarm showers), and finish off the rinsing process with cool or cold water. This helps close your pores and seal in those vital natural oils.


3. Work Out

A healthy lifestyle equates to healthy hair. By working out, you not only remain happy due to the endorphin rush but also improve your hair health. Working out improves your metabolism, which consequently enhances the nourishment your hair receives. It also helps lower your stress levels. Lower stress levels mean healthier hair — better health, better hair, win-win.


4. Massage Your Scalp

By massaging your scalp, you improve the blood circulation to your hair follicles. Better blood circulation means more nutrients are delivered to your hair follicles, which translates to stronger, healthier hair. By massaging your scalps for four minutes every day, you can improve your hair’s health over time. You can even use a derma roller to massage & stimulate your scalp for hair growth.


5. Natural Hair Oils

Using natural oils like Jamaican black castor oil, coconut oil, and avocado oil to massage your scalp provides your hair with essential fatty acids and vitamins A, B and E. These oils helps keep your scalp moisturized and keeps up healthy blood circulation to boost. You may choose to warm up the oil for a better result.


6. Use Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a miracle herb when it comes to treating hair and skin issues. It is rich in vitamins A, E, and C and promotes healthy cell growth. It also contains folic acid and Vitamin B-12, which also improve your hair health. You can directly apply Aloe Vera gel to your scalp and let it rest like a hair mask and rinse it off.


7. The All-Natural Hair Mask

Just add eggs to your hair for strong thick locks! No, we’re not kidding; egg yolks have the same protein that gives strength to your hair follicles. Egg yolks also contain Vitamin D and A, Folate, and Biotin. Mix 3 egg yolks and 4 tbsp of coconut oil and apply the mixture to your scalp liberally and thoroughly. Let it sit for 15 minutes, rinse it with cold water and voila! Happy, healthy hair.


8. Natural Hair Growth Products

Whenever you can, opt for natural hair products. They don’t have any notable side effects, and we all know that processed chemicals are the enemy of natural healthy hair. May it be supplements, shampoos, or topical treatments, always opt for natural hair products. A few examples of natural hair growth products would be biotin shampoos, natural hair vitamin supplements, and natural hair growth oils. You can see a review of a recommended Biotin Shampoo here.


9. Trim Those Ends Regularly

Regular trims ensure that your hair doesn’t break off at the ends and remain healthy. Getting a regular trim gets rid of any damaged ends and promotes healthier hair growth. It is recommended that you get your hair trimmed at least every couple of months.


10. Make Some Cuts

Although regular hair trims are useful for improving hair health, as discussed earlier, you need to cut some things out of your life to get healthy hair. The things that contribute substantially to poor hair health are:

· Excessive consumption of alcohol

· Processed foods

· Over-stressing

· Using blood thinners

· Self-medication

Remove (or at least cut down on) these things from your life and see your hair health improve exponentially.


11. No Stressing

We can’t stress this enough; too much stress causes your hair follicles to get distressed, which can be even more stressful…(That was a mouthful, we know.) But stress is one of the main culprits that lead to hair loss. It also creeps up on you because it’s not the most apparent cause of hair loss. But high levels of stress lead to hormonal imbalances, which then lead to hair loss. So stay positive and keep your stress in check to keep your hair lush and beautiful.


Conclusion

Hair health has a direct impact on your quality of life. So by maintaining healthy hair, you prepare your absolute best self to face every challenge that life throws at you. And the best way to take care of your hair is to do it naturally, no questions. But even then, some natural remedies and tips are better than others. Here was our list of top tips you should use to get healthy, happy hair.

We hope you found this article helpful, keep following our work to gain more insight about your hair and how it impacts your life!

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As someone who has struggled with hair regrowth, I'm here to share that recovery from balding & hair loss is definitely possible. I prescribe a Holistic Approach to promote Natural Hair Regrowth and recommend only the absolute Best Products, Methods, and Strategies that have worked for me and countless others to help you grow back your Hair Naturally. It's all here in one easy to use website.

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