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Not sleeping well at night can lead to more stress which damages the growth of your hair. Developing healthy sleeping habits can help your hair grow and reduce hair fall.
Your hair follows a life cycle of growth, rest & shedding phases. Stress induced by lack of sleep pushes the hair follicles into a premature resting phase instead of growth, which then leads to a premature shedding phase. Common causes of lack of sleep: Concerns about family, relationships, finances & a demanding work schedule can cause hair loss.
Blame it on your genes! Genetics play an important role in knowing when you’ll start to lose hair as you age. You may have probably heard about your mother’s father being bald, but in reality it may arise from either or both of your parents.
Fortunately, this root cause leads to a predictable hair loss pattern that can be stopped if medicated on time.
A bad stomach can affect your hair’s health and lead to hair thinning which in turn results in hair loss. Maintaining a good diet and healthy eating habits can help improve your hair and reduce hair fall.
Certain substances in the stomach such as Enzymes, play a vital role in the repair & building functions, ensuring nutritional absorption. If the digestion process is disturbed even while maintaining a healthy diet, it could affect your hair as the nutrients required to build your hair have not been replenished.
Certain parts of your daily routine tend to have a negative impact on your hair’s health such as an improper diet, smoking & stress. Other factors such as spending too much time under the sun, bleaching or dying your hair often can also trigger hair loss.
So when it comes to your lifestyle, maintaining healthy habits and taking care of yourself can reduce hair loss and help improve your hair’s health.
When you experience stress, the hair stops growing and goes into a rest phase while new hair growth is stopped. Over time the hair starts to fall (usually in patches) and more so easily while you undertake day-to-day activities.
Undertaking de-stressing activities along with hair treatment can help reverse the hair fall. Common reasons contributing to stress: A demanding job, financial worries, relationship issues, etc.
A sudden change in eating habits or lifestyle that results in weight loss can cause hair fall. Maintaining a good diet even while going through a weight loss programme is essential to help the body absorb the right amount of nutrients.
An unhealthy eating pattern can cause fluctuations in body mass index leading to physical stress. The body under stress, signals the hair to move to a premature resting phase that ultimately leads to hair fall.
The lack of essential vitamins in your body can lead to hair fall or make existing hair loss worse. It is important to get the right amount of vitamins through medications and a strict healthy diet.
Vitamin deficiencies not only lead to the loss of hair but also damage the hair follicles faltering the hair’s growth phase.
A good diet can help your body absorb the key nutrients required to support your hair’s growth. A lack of good food and exercise can lead the body into losing hair and not providing it with the essential building blocks for hair growth.
Maintaining a balanced diet along with whole foods can help improve your hair’s health.