Hair Growth Tips

If you are losing hair and want to stop it follow these hair growth tips and you can not only stop it but make your hair grow back.

These tips will work for both men and women who are going through any stage of hair loss and will help you stop it dead in its tracks. Hair loss does not have to be permanent. Regardless of if you are suffering from diffused hair loss or receding hair, you can do do something about it.

What you have to realise is that you have to take action to stop your hair loss and stop losing more hair. Looking in the mirror hoping your hair will come back is not going to help.

What is causing your hair loss? This is the question everyone asks.

# Diet.

# Lifestyle.

# Environment.

# Stress.

These all cause hair loss and small changes can make a huge difference.

These hair growth tips will work for you.

You can not only reduce your hair loss and stop it but you can also reduce your chances of losing hair in the first place by following these tips.

#1 Diet

You can stop hair loss and even grow hair back with small changes in diet.  Eating a poor, unbalanced or living on fast food will cause you to miss out on vital vitamins and protein and accelerate hair loss.

Here is a secret that will help you with your hair.

Having these as part of your diet can make an amazing difference to how healthy your hair looks and grows. See the difference: -

Omega 3.

Vegetables and fruit.

Hair growth pills or health supplements.

Taking these is the best thing you can do to prevent hair loss and baldness. Taking supplements can help you to get all the vitamins and proteins your hair needs. Since your hair is mainly protein it makes sense to get as many proteins and vitamins as possible.

Massage.

Massaging your scalp regularly will help with the blood flow in your scalp and also avoid horrible conditions like dandruff if done correctly.

Smoking.

Smoking is one of the worst things you can do to damage your hair. Smoking will restrict the blood flow and circulation in the scalp and to the follicles.

Alcohol.

Numerous studies have shown that alcohol consumption can influence your hair loss. Anything that can influence hair loss should be avoided.

You will see the results right before your eyes.

The best thing to do is to follow all these tips and to reduce stress. Stress is the silent killer for your hair and can cause your hair to fall out in weeks.

If your hair is falling out or you want to prevent hair loss take action now and stop hair loss before it even starts with these hair growth tips.


{ 24 comments… read them below or add one }

jake November 27, 2009 at 11:53 am

im not smoker or drink alcohol,,,
now working on my diet,,,
0 exercise,,,<<sad

Lakisha SMITH December 2, 2009 at 5:51 pm

I want to thickin my hair back the way it use to be. Without useing harmful chem.

Leah December 10, 2009 at 9:02 pm

hopefully thiss works ive triied every shampoo and conditioner there is .. nuthiing seems to work .. will this technique work even for people who’ve alwaiis had thin hair

admin December 12, 2009 at 4:15 pm

yes. it doesnt matter what hair type you have if you follow this it will help and there are some shampoo types which are good for your hair and others that are really bad for it so make sure you get a good shampoo as well.

Joell January 25, 2010 at 2:33 pm

The main cause of hair loss is DHT. What natural products can stop this hair loss and work for hair growth and block DHT ? Most prescrition products have side effects and I do not want to take them and end up with other problems. Please let me know.

admin March 10, 2010 at 12:48 pm

As Long as you take vitamins and look after your hair you stand a good chance of preventing hair loss. As you say many prescription products carry side effects and you should avoid them. There are many natural products that do help such as saw palmetto and othe products. Many people have tried provillus and say that works but different things work for different people who are suffering from hair loss and the most important thnig is to ensure you are looking after your hair properly and find something that works for you.

rob March 21, 2010 at 10:47 pm

i am 18yrs old and when i was 17 i started to notice the top of my head started to become thinner (it wasnt incredibly thick to start off with). i have been taking multivitamins as well as other tablets in order for my hair to gain some thickness. I would do absolutely anything to have thicker hair on top. I have also been massaging my head for several months now as well as trying to introduce healthier foods into my diet but nothing seems to be working. What else can I do????

Paisley Ater March 26, 2010 at 8:59 am

Your diet should include food that are rich in vitamin C.Fruits like oranges, pomegranate, straw berries, acerola, and guava are best resources to get the adequate amount of Vitamin C.

Spechelle March 27, 2010 at 7:28 pm

right, i have naturally thin hair and would love to have thicker, healthier hair. but I’m not convinced that your diet will fulfill that due to all the chemical/hormones added to veg and fruit to make them grow faster. i am looking for a healthy supplement that will promote hair growth. I’ve heard about biotin and pro-villus. . .i know that it can’t be “cured” over night. i am looking for the best way to promote hair growth on my scalp- i know it is possible, anything is possible!!! any advice??? on what to take? do? etc? A.S.A.P [i would like to start the process soon]

Niki March 29, 2010 at 3:52 am

hi im only 15 years old and i am loosing hair like no other and i hope this works, and i want to get rid of a small bald spot that i have…how can you help me with that?

Eman March 30, 2010 at 12:31 am

hi, my parents both have really thin hair and my sister who is only 20 is suffering from lots of hair loss, i feel like i am too, i used to straighten and curl my hair plenty but im not much anymore, but i feel like their is no hope in thick hair for me. has this technique proven to be very successful on people who have thin and damaged hair?

Lola May 12, 2010 at 9:17 am

I can’t believe that biotin, silica, raw virgin coconut oil and MSM weren’t reccomended as supplements!

Ladies, gents, if you want thicker hair, you need to be taking biotin and silica pills. You also should by powdered MSM, mix it with water, and chase it with the juice of two organic lemons(The effects of MSM improve greatly if paired with a NATURAL source of Vitamin C. Eat the lemon peels if the lemons are organic, they contain a lot of Vitamin C too.) Rub raw virgin coconut oil, preferably organic, into your scalp. Try not to use shampoo too often, if at all, as the sulfates in shampoo are very harsh and can contribute to hair loss. Instead, use baking soda. Massage the scalp, eat well, this should help.

Eunice Downing-Jackson May 16, 2010 at 8:44 am

Vegetables and Fruits are listed as one of the secrets that will help you and your hair. My hair and nails grow, however my hair is thin. I take no prescription products. I am looking for nutritional solutions to add to, or increase what I am currently taking for example the Omega 3 listed above; and changes I can make. This website has given me some good ideas. Thank you

shona May 21, 2010 at 5:16 pm

drinking lots of water and eating greeny vegetables may also reduce hair fall

Yasmin May 22, 2010 at 7:10 pm

I will definitely give this a try! I have to say one thing, this will definitely take alot of determination, commitment, and patience.
I have to ask, i heard that first you have to start with clean slate meaning cutting off all the damaged hair. It seems all of my hair is damaged badly. I was thinking of shaving it, is that a good idea?

MARIA FERNANDES September 24, 2010 at 5:37 am

I am loosing hair since 3 yrs and my hair has become very very thin till today……….I am going to become blad……..Please help me before I am BLAD…………..AGE: 24 Yrs. contact no.–

Thomas carr September 26, 2010 at 1:17 am

Hi I’ve now seen that my hair is falling out it’s very thin at the front and I think abit of the back and I know it isn’t age becuse I’m 17 and although my dad has no hair but he didn’t start loseing his hair till 50 so I read thought and I’m not sure if it will work can you tell me if it works

Paris October 25, 2010 at 1:49 am

Hi, I’m 20 years old & I’ve noticed since mid-march my hair has gotten incredibly thinner compared to my hair 2 years ago. I have bald spots on both front sides of my head & my hair is falling & breaking out almost in clumps through the day. I’ve tried to introduce more fruits & veggies into my diet along with vitamin supplements & massaging my scalp a little each nite. I’ve even cut down using heat on my hair significantly. Still very little growth & lots of breakage. Is there anything else that can help me? Any advice would be very much appreciated.

Marc Murray November 15, 2010 at 4:52 pm

My name is Marc Murray and I’m contacting you on behalf of the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance, a comprehensive web resource for patients and family members of those diagnosed with mesothelioma. As with any aggressive cancer, chemotherapy is essential for the effective management of mesothelioma. Unfortunately, as I’m sure you’re aware, effective chemotherapy treatment is also directly responsible for hair loss. As part of a holistic approach to cancer treatment, we’re encouraging all patients to seek resources that they may find helpful in managing with their hair loss.

For this reason, we have created a national directory for patient’s to locate hair loss resources/hair alternatives in their area (http://www.mesothelioma.com/hair-loss-resources.htm). We’d love to include your listing in our directory with comprehensive contact information so that those looking for hair loss solutions/alternatives can locate your service. We ask only that you include a resource link to Mesothelioma.com on your website so that we may continue to enhance our awareness efforts across the country.
Please let me know if you’re interested in participating, as well as if you have any questions I could help you with.

admin January 2, 2011 at 1:50 pm

Hi,
just follow the tips you find here but if you stil need help use the contact form to contact me for more help.

admin January 2, 2011 at 1:54 pm

it could be any number of things. it may even be stress related too, but yes this generally does work.

admin January 2, 2011 at 1:56 pm

Ive edited out your phone number.. use the contact form on here to contact me for more information.

admin January 2, 2011 at 2:01 pm

shaving your hair doesn’t make any difference since it grows from the roots. So, no that is not a good idea.

admin January 2, 2011 at 2:05 pm

good points and yes those are good for your hair as well.

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