Is your hair lying around everywhere? Are you fed up of seeing your hair on your comb, pillow, bath room floor or on your clothes? Well, this might be signaling something urgent! It might be suggesting the need to pay attention to one of the most obvious symptoms of body metabolism gone wrong!
Hair loss is caused owing to a variety of external and internal factors ranging from lack of vitamins, minerals to age, pollution, heredity and stressful lifestyle.Well, to start off, there is no harm in trying hair fall remedies that treat the hair and scalp externally first, before hitting the alarm! If these home remedies work, then you can be assured of the problem being superficial. If not, you will have plenty of medical help to resort to, but why to think negative straight away. Let’s just get onto whipping something to treat the hair and scalp first.
Best Home Remedies For Hair Fall
Heating hair oil before application is one of the best ways to assure easy absorption into the scalp. When accompanied with regular finger tips movement, as in massage, the action causes not just good absorption, but also facilitates good blood and air circulation into the hair roots. Whether it is good old coconut oil, mustard oil, almond oil or olive oil, heating it slightly will have magnificent effects on the hair health.
Mixture of Amla, Shikaki and Neem
Hair fall might be happening owing to poor scalp conditions. Hence, treating the scalp with a home prepared mixture of amla, shikakai and neem will be good. While Amla will add Vitamin C and other essential minerals into the scalp, neem and shikakai will make it germ free and cleanse it thoroughly. Applying the mixture before routine shampoo will be good. Try out this application, at least, once a week, for desired effects.
Henna has remained a wondrous drug for hair. Whether it is coloring, conditioning, or preventing hair fall, the herb comes a long way in treating a variety of hair and scalp disorders. For hair fall, applying henna paste, once a week, will be very beneficial. If it leaves the hair dry, then mix it with an egg and 2-3 tablespoons of curd. Egg has protein and will add shine and strength to the hair, while curd will keep the scalp germ and dandruff free. Adding a few teaspoons of oil into the mix will be good for those, who complain of scalp dryness.
Eggs are not just good for strengthening the body, but it’s even quite potent in doing the same to one’s hair. Being natural source of proteins, eggs assist in building amino acids, which are the core crux of hair structure. Hence, eating and applying eggs externally, will be fruitful to all those, who complain of hair loss trouble. As suggested above, eggs can be either applied with henna paste, or can be applied directly on to the scalp. The yolk, being more proteinaceous, is more favorable for scalp application. It not just adds strength, but also volume and shine to the hair, making it look lustrous and healthy.
Trifala powder is a good source of essential vitamins and minerals, which in turn are good for strengthening the hair roots. Apply the powder, mixed with water, onto the scalp and leave it on for a good 30-40 minutes, before shampooing it off with cold water. Trifala is a wonderful herb, which assists in controlling hair fall.
You might have heard of curry leaves in curries or Indian gravies, but this herb is equally popular down southern India, to treat hair problems. From graying of hair to hair fall, this herbal leaf is very effective in treating all. Dry the fresh leaves of the curry plant under the sun and powder them. Keep the powder in a bottled container and use it with water, to form a paste. Apply it on scalp and leave it on for half an hour. It can be washed off with shampoo. Trying this paste, on every alternate day, is very effective in controlling hair fall. Some women also swear by oils, infused with curry leaves, to treat hair fall. Boil any regular hair oil, with curry leaves. Cool and strain. Slightly heat and apply this oil on every alternate day, onto your scalp, for better results. You will soon see a stark reduction in hair fall.
From the herb being used in hair oils, to hair packs, Bhringaraj is now coming in strongly, into many hair care products. However, using the herb, in its wholesome health, still remains a sure shot bet in treating hair loss. Take leaves of the Bhringaraj plant and boil it with any hair oil of your choice. Cool, strain and store the oil in a bottled container for frequent usage. Oiling your hair with hair oil infused with this herb, will be great for hair strength. Powdering the dried leaves of Bhringaraj and mixing it with henna paste, is another powerful way of reducing hair fall. Leave on the paste for an hour, before washing it off.
Fenugreek seeds are absolutely brilliant in controlling hair fall. The seeds of the herbal plant can either be used as a hair pack or simply be infused in oil, for its medicinal effects. Lightly dry the seeds and powder them. Make a paste of the powdered seeds in either water or with henna leaves and apply it on you scalp. Leave it for an hour, before routine cleansing. Using the pack once a week as a leave on hair pack, will be very effective in reducing hair fall. Nature has an abundance of good health. We should try utilizing them first, for treating ourselves, naturally. With the above mentioned natural agents, I am sure that you will be able to restore your hair’s natural health to its lost glory once again!