How To Stop Balding –Advice You Can Use Right Now

Updated on July 1, 2020
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There are more people that are concerned about hair loss than you might think. Genetics and aging can easily lead to such a problem. What is important is to understand that there is always an underlying cause. You need to find out what it is since it will influence the most effective treatment. For instance, the latest technology on hair transplant is very effective but if you lose your hair because of psychological reasons, you need to deal with that first. 

Fortunately, for most people, balding can be stopped with several possible methods. Here are some very good ones that you can try right now. 

Consume Extra Protein

The Mediterranean diet and consuming more protein might actually lower hair loss risks. A study conducted in 2017 showed that many participants that were affected by hair loss had lower amino acid and protein intakes. Extra studies are needed to see if the nutritional deficiencies can lead to balding but changing your diet cannot hurt. 

Use Multivitamin Supplements

Speaking about nutrition, it was shown that there are vitamins that are really good at preventing balding. It is not clear why minerals and vitamins are so important but vitamin deficiencies can be seen as a hair loss risk factor. 

The best way to handle this is to take vitamin supplements that include vitamins A, B, C, D, E, and minerals like selenium, iron, and zinc. However, you should talk to a doctor first to be sure that recommended daily amounts are respected. 

Get A Scalp Massage

Even a short, 4-minute scalp massage might stimulate hair growth. Researchers do need to conduct large studies to determine if this is the case but scalp massages do have other clear benefits that can surely help. At the very least, stress is reduced. 

Try Coconut Oil

If you have problems with damaged hair, coconut oil might be what you are looking for. This is especially the case when hair loss is being caused by grooming habits or UV light damage. Hair can be strengthened and losses that appear due to damage might disappear. 

Hair Loss Medication

Obviously, for this, you would need to talk to a specialist. What should be remembered is that there are many topical medications that do wonders with hair loss. Most of them are actually available OTC (over the counter). A couple of examples of medication to consider are:

  • Minoxidil
  • Finasteride

Low-Level Light Therapy (LLLT)

Ever since 2014, we know that LLLT is capable of increasing hair density. This is important for those that are affected by genetic hair loss or that went through chemotherapy. The only problem is that more research is necessary to determine the best possible treatment duration and the wavelengths that are ideal for the individual. 

Take Proper Care Of Your Scalp And Hair

This is very important because it does wonder at preventing hair loss. At the same time, hair growth can be improved. The hair and the scalp need to be clean to prevent hair loss and damage and you should always consider some medicated conditioners and shampoos that are created specifically to prevent hair loss. In addition, make sure that you avoid the harsher treatments, like dyes, curling, and heat when you have hair-related problems. 

Onion Juice

In an older study, it was shown that around 80 percent of participants that used onion juice on their hair showed some significant improvements after just six weeks. You only need to apply the juice to your scalp to get extra help for both women and men that are affected by patchy alopecia. It does not help when you are affected by other conditions.

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