As hair transplants grow in popularity, male pattern baldness and hair loss in general can cause a lot of anxiety for both men and women.

DETROIT, MI, April 09, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — Your hair is a sign of the overall health of your body. Although we all lose a certain amount of hair every day, thinning hair can be a temporary condition caused by worry, anxiety or stress, an unbalanced diet, iron deficiency, or thyroid disease.

Vitamin deficiency could be a probable cause, especially vitamin A, E and B. If you think your diet is unbalanced, it would be best to consult a nutritionist for a personalized evaluation and consider the possibility of administering a supplement. Try to include more vegetables and fresh fruits in your diet and decrease sugar and saturated fats. An adequate intake of iron prevents this problem.

Another cause of thinning hair may be hormonal changes during pregnancy or menopause, or as a side effect of certain medications or treatments with drugs such as chemotherapy. On rare occasions, medications to treat high blood pressure can also cause hair loss and thinning. These drugs commonly consist of diuretics, beta blockers, and angiotensin receptor blockers. This condition can be reversed by stopping the supply of these medications, but in some cases, hair loss can be permanent. Other kinds of drugs, including statins and some contraceptive pills, could also be one of the causes of thinning hair.

Male pattern baldness and hair loss in general can cause a lot of anxiety. We have gathered tips from one of the top hair transplant surgeons in Michigan to help you stop hair loss in its tracks before its too late. Currently, there are several products and treatments that help strengthen and prevent thinning hair. Here are some methods to avoid thinning hair.

Rosemary oil for hair loss

Rosemary oil is often used to stimulate hair growth. Rosemary oil has antioxidant properties that allow strengthening hair. In addition, it contains sulfur and silica that help prevent hair thinning.
A 1998 study published in the Archives of Dermatology notes that aromatherapy with essential oils (a mixture of thyme, rosemary, lavender, and cedarwood) can be used for the treatment of alopecia areata.

Onion juice for hair loss

Onion juice is a safe, natural and effective home remedy that can be ideal for your hair. Thanks to its high sulfur content, the onion juice helps to treat thinning of the hair and prevents baldness by improving the circulation in the scalp, and reducing the inflammation of the hair follicles.

Green Tea for hair loss

Another simple but effective home remedy for thinning hair is green tea. It contains a high amount of antioxidants that promote the thickening of the hair.

Aloe Vera for hair loss

Aloe vera is another good remedy for thinning hair. Aloe vera contains vitamins A, C, and E, all of which contribute to the cellular renewal of the skin. In addition, it balances the pH of the scalp and stimulates the strengthening of hair growth.

A 2010 study published in the Journal of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Research reports that the enzyme content of aloe vera prevents hair loss by protecting the scalp against many diseases.

Indian gooseberry for hair loss

Indian gooseberry, also known as amla, has a high concentration of vitamin C, therefore, it is a good remedy to promote natural hair growth.

Hibiscus for hair loss

The hibiscus flower is rich in a variety of natural properties that help treat thinning hair and prevent baldness. Thanks to its content of vitamins A and C, and amino acids, hibiscus induces hair growth. It also helps thicken hair, prevent split ends, and cure dandruff.

A healthy diet supports hair growth

When it comes to the health of your hair, what you eat is as important as what you put on your scalp. In fact, poor nutrition, including vitamin deficiencies and not getting enough protein, maybe the reason behind thinning hair.

Eating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables every day provides the vitamins and minerals the body needs to maintain healthy and strong hair.

An adequate protein intake helps to strengthen your hair. It is recommended the consumption of proteins of vegetable origin such as beans, nuts, cheese, and low-fat dairy products. Vitamins that are essential for hair growth are vitamin E, C, B, and A, therefore make sure your diet is rich in these nutrients.

Give up smoking
Smoking cigarettes inhibits blood circulation, and therefore reduces the amount of blood flowing to the scalp. This causes a reduction in hair growth. A 2007 study published in the Archives of Dermatology reports that smoking cigarettes worsens age-related hair loss. Therefore, if you are suffering from thinning hair, it is advisable that you stop smoking. You should also stop smoking before and after a FUE hair transplant if you want to maximize your results.

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