Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Tips On The Best Way To Cope With Baldness

By Norma Wylie

It use to be that the unfortunate progression of baldness was almost a sentence that could not be avoided or cleared up in any respectable way. Now we understand much more about hair and how it grows and is damaged. The options for baldness are now as diversified as its causes. This newsletter will outline some measures you can take to help or stop baldness.

An old wives' story implies that you need to eat a few sesame seeds every morning. This is due to the fact that it contains a ton of calcium and of magnesium which are important in keeping your hair healthy, and as such, vital to keeping your hair on your head rather than on the floor.

If you colour your ebony women hair, try hard not to colour it too often. When you color your hair frequently, you aren't allowing it the time it has to get over the last coloring session. You need to aim for keeping a 6 to 8 week opening between each time that you color it.

Learn to deal with stress efficiently. Stress changes hormone levels in your body, so the more that you stress yourself, the more probable it is that you'll experience alopecia. Cope with stress in a smarter way and you might be saving your hair. Take up meditation or other stress-reducing methods.


There is only 1 treatment for baldness which has been proved to be effective and is FDA approved. That treatment is topical minoxidil and is the ingredient that is present in products like Rogaine. While studies aren't sure why it helps, they do know that it's been shown to reinforce hair growth.

To encourage hair growth try this treatment. Apply olive oil to your scalp before bedtime. Wrap a soft towel around your head or wear a cotton hair cap for the night. Get a some sleep and wash the olive oil off the following morning. This can delicately scrub your skin and lose accumulated oils, kill germs and excite new hair growth.


Take care to not dye your hair too often. The chemicals in hair dye, in particular ammonia, can dry and make your hair fall out. It can also make new hair growing in thin and crisp. If you insist on using hair dye, you might want to try a brief one.

Don't dye your hair several times every 6 to 8 weeks. The more regularly that you dye your hair, the more damage you are going to do to both your hair and your scalp. If you dye it more frequently than this you're going to extend the chance of hair loss.

After reviewing the advice in this piece you can see well that alopecia is a problem that can be addressed head on (no pun intended). You are equipped with a good spread of tips so try to determine which one works best for you personally. In the final analysis you have to be assured, regardless of what is or is not on your head.

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