HOW TO MINIMIZE HAIR LOSS!!! | PART 3 | Hair Treatment Series 2019!!

Preventative Steps to Minimize Hair Loss If you�re experiencing hair loss and hair
thinning, it�s important to first find out why it’s happening and then address the situation
properly. Don�t do a bunch of stuff to your hair and
scalp without knowing what�s going on. The solution lies with the reason for your
hair loss. Having said that, none of these suggestions
to prevent hair loss will harm you or make it worse, so they�re all worth a try. * Lower Your Stress � If you�re under
a lot of stress, it�s important to find a way to eliminate that stress. Whether it�s relationship stress, work stress,
or something else, identify it and find a way to work on it. You may need to find a different job, you
may need to seek counseling, or something else. It�s important to be realistic about which
stress you can lower, though. Maybe you just need a new way to deal with
the stress if it�s unavoidable. * Eat Right and Exercise � Nutrition plays
a huge role in the health of your skin and hair. If you�re not eating the right micronutrients,
you can suffer problems. For example, not having enough iron, protein,
and B vitamins can cause hair loss. The best diet to follow depends on your personal
nutritional needs, but the Mediterranean diet is the one most likely to fill all your needs. * Learn to Meditate � Lowering stress, better
digestion, and being more mindful can all play into helping you avoid more hair loss
if it�s due to any of these issues. Even if it doesn�t help, it can give you
a better frame of mind so that you can deal with the problems associated with your hair
loss without more emotional damage. * Stop Over-Styling � If you�re losing
your hair due to over-styling, this is a good reason to stop. Try not to use a hot iron more than two or
three times a week. Try to avoid chemicals too. Some people develop chemical allergies that
get worse each time they are exposed to the chemical, so it�s important if you�re
suffering from hair loss to cut down on the chemicals and rough treatment and focus on
being as natural as possible instead. * Get Regular Scalp Massages � The hair
grows at the follicles at the root. By massaging, you can bring important blood
to the scalp and encourage more growth. But, it does depend on your type of hair loss. However, a scalp massage, even if you�re
losing hair, will not make it worse and it feels nice. * Take Needed Supplements � If you are losing
hair due to a nutritional imbalance, take the supplements that you need to ensure that
you are at the right levels. You know if you�re eating right or not,
so it�s important to check your diet too and then supplement as needed. * Use the Right Products � The type of products
you should use on your hair depends on the type of hair you have and the reasons for
your hair loss. It can help to talk to a professional about
it at an upscale salon. Remember, if you go to an upscale salon you
may only need to go once or twice a year depending on your type of hair. * Wash Hair Regularly � Many people with
hair loss issues tend to not wash their hair because that�s when they see it falling
out. But, the truth is, keeping your scalp clean
is important and shampoo is not going to make your hair fall out unless you�re having
an allergic reaction. Try washing your hair at least three times
a week and wash at the scalp more than the hair. These steps can prevent extra hair loss, although
they will not stop it completely unless you�ve discovered the reason for your hair loss is
over-styling or lack of proper nutrition. The Psychological Effects of Female Hair Loss Often, female hair loss is something that
is overlooked, ignored, and even disrespected as something that is not a real problem. Most doctors don�t point out hair loss even
if they notice it during a physical, unless the woman brings it up. This can cause a lot of problems for the woman
suffering from female hair loss, and the effects are often psychological. * Shame � Just like men who experience issues
with feeling shamed by their hair loss, women feel the same way. In fact, since baldness is not acceptable
in women in our society, they usually experience far more shame than men do. * Feeling Old � If hair loss starts in peri-
or post-menopause, women often feel as if they�re losing their youthfulness. This is the same for men too. It�s like a sign that they�re aging, and
they take that to heart. The problem is some young women also experience
hair loss. That means women who are relatively young
may be feeling this way for no reason. * Sexual Dysfunction � Women, more than
men, have hair tied up in their notion of beauty. For that reason, women who experience hair
loss can also suffer from sexual dysfunction and lose interest in sex because they don�t
feel attractive. Often, they are just as attractive but it�s
part of how our world looks at women versus men. Bald men are seen by women as virile for the
most part, while women with short hair or hair loss are not generally seen in the same
way. * Poor Body Image � Even if a woman is otherwise
beautiful, having thinning hair, bald patches, or even going bald can affect their body image
in a bad way to the point where they feel very unattractive. This is very difficult for some women to deal
with because they feel as if they can no longer be themselves. * Low Self-Esteem � Having bald patches,
very thin hair, and being unable to style their hair the way they want can lead to low
self-esteem which can rub off onto all aspects of life, until they feel as if they�re good
for nothing. * Feeling Unattractive � Many women who
suffer from baldness only feel attractive if they have a wig on and then feel unable
to be intimate with anyone due to their lack of hair. They simply feel unattractive and even ugly
due to society�s perception of women without hair. * Self-Isolation � One symptom women who
are losing their hair may experience is self-isolation, because they don�t want to deal with their
lack of hair. They may end up becoming a recluse and anti-social
because of all the feelings associated with lack of hair. * Feelings of Humiliation � Many women who
lose their hair, even if it�s due to chemotherapy, experience humiliation. Their hair is what makes them feel like themselves
and helps them express who they are, and now that�s gone. These problems can make any situation worse. When hair loss starts affecting a person in
a psychological way, they may need to seek help from a qualified counselor or professional
who can help them learn to deal with their situation if there is no cure. In fact, getting help might even help the
woman find their cure because they will get the courage to talk to their doctor about
it and look for a solution.

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