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Thinning is the gradual loss of hair volume and thickness; it is usually referred to as the early stage of hair loss because it is still at the best reversible time. Over 40% of men and women will experience thinning hair in their lives. Several factors lead to hair loss like age, genetics, and lifestyle.

Thinning, most times, is more of a cosmetic problem than a medical or health problem. This means that with some tips and positive lifestyle changes thinning hair can be stopped. In situations when thinning continues for too long, refer to your medical doctor as there might be an underlying problem. Read the rest of this post to discover a few easy ways to help keep your hair thicker for longer.

These Tips Will Help You Fight Thinning Hair

1.  Keep Your Scalp Healthy

The growth of hair starts within the scalp, so it is best to keep your scalp healthy to stop thinning and to support healthier hair growth. Hair products with highly nourishing ingredients will help to keep your scalp healthy for stronger and healthy hair growth. Massaging the scalp with essential oils is a great and effective method for increasing blood flow to your scalp, promoting the growth of healthy hair follicles.

2.  Use Chemical-free Hair Products

Hair products containing chemicals such as dyes, relaxers, or perming products should be avoided. These chemicals are known to cause severe damage to your hair over time. Always look out for products with nourishing ingredients like oils and plant extracts.

3.  Avoid Daily Use Of Hot Hair Tools

Using hot styling tools like blow dryers, hair straighteners, curling tongs, and crimping irons frequently can potentially damage the hair shafts and strip the hair of its natural oils and proteins. Exposing your hair to the heat from these tools can dry your hair, cause breakage, and overtime results in thinning.

4. Wash Hair Properly

Use a mild or gentle shampoo to remove dirt from hair. Avoid washing hair with hot water as it can strip the hair of its natural properties. Dry hair naturally after washing to prevent potential damage from hot tools.

5.  Use Hair Conditioner After Using Shampoo

While shampoos are meant to get rid of dirt, hair conditioners provide instant nourishment to your hair and scalp. The hair conditioner deeply hydrates your hair, makes your hair softer, and very easy to manage by reducing friction between hair strands. It also protects the hair follicles from any damage and strengthens the hair shafts.

6. Get Enough Rest Or Sleep

Stress is also a major contributor to thinning hair. When your body is under a high level of stress, the hair is pushed into the resting phase and eventually causes the resting hair to fall out. Getting adequate sleep is important to keep yourself and your hair healthy.

7. Do Not Wear Tight Hairstyles

Avoid wearing tight hairstyles or hairstyles that pull the hair as they can contribute to thinning hair. Research has also shown that constant pull of the hair from hairstyles like a tight ponytail, buns, cornrows can cause trauma to hair follicles. This, however, doesn’t only cause damages to the hair follicles but results in permanent hair loss. The best and easy way to avoid damaging your hair is to wear it loosely or try hairstyles that don’t pull your hair.

8. Hydrate Your Hair

Hydration is important to keep your hair healthy and to also prevent it from drying and becoming frizzy. Hair conditioners, serums, hair creams, and oils can help hydrate and lock in moisture in the hair.

9. Healthy Diet Is Important For Preventing Thinning Hair

The hair is made up of proteins that promote hair growth, and biotin is an important nutrient for the production of hair protein (keratin). Deficiency in biotin and protein nutrients can lead to loss of hair. Other nutrients like folic acid, iron, minerals, and vitamins in the diet can also enhance the growth of healthy and strong hair.

10. Brush Hair Regularly

Brushing your hair twice a day can help increase the volume and thickness of your hair. Use a wide-toothed comb to untangle hair strands. Avoid using combs with crowded tooth on hair and do not comb hair when wet.

When thinning turns to excessive shedding and hair loss, perhaps it’s time to seek professional help. Vinci Hair Clinic offers free consultations to help you understand hair loss and the potential solutions available to you. Get in touch today and book your consultation. Your journey to better hair starts now.

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