Are you suffering from hair loss and struggling with self confidence and low self-esteem? There are changes that you can make today to combat your unwanted hair loss.
We continuously make sure to properly maintain our clothing, skin, nails and teeth however for a vast majority of us we fail to take proper care of our hair.
Follow these simple steps for preventing hair loss.
The human body is an amazingly complex and wonderful machine. The basic requirements of the body are; carbohydrate, fat, protein, vitamins, minerals, fibre, trace elements and water.
Vitamins and minerals such as potassium, sodium, calcium, iron, zinc, vitamins B6, C and E, folic acid, biotin and pantothenic acid play a vital role in the functions of the body.
A balanced combination of these elements ensures a healthy body.
Nearly all men experience some form of baldness by the time they reach their 60s, with well over half the male population experiencing hair loss by the age of 50.
Typically, the hair begins to recede or regress at the front above the temples, together with a noticeable thinning of the hair on top of the head, leading to bald patches.
The age at which hair loss begins differs from individual to individual.
The hair type and colour you possess is inherited from your parents, more specifically the mixture of specific genes you have inherited from your parents.
Scientists have identified three basic hair types and colour in today’s human population, and have related them to three early races: Asian, Caucasian and African.
Knowing you hair type is vital when tackling hair issues.
Hair Regrowth When looking at hair regrowth it is valuable to note that the average daily loss of hair on the scalp is between sixty and one hundred hairs. If hair loss exceeds this amount, there is not sufficient replacement of ……..