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Can women’s hair loss really be stopped by good hair care? It actually depends on the particular case. Clearly, this is not true for all women. If the cause of your hair loss is genetic, it can’t be prevented by any type of hair care. Of course, it’s also important to take good care of the hair you still have. Keeping your hair and your scalp healthy are vital if you want to prevent hair loss. Let’s face it, it doesn’t matter who you are or what you are, losing your hair is not something that you are looking forward to. We will now look at some of the most effective ways to keep your hair as healthy as possible.
Always do your best to dry your hair because it’s fragile when wet. Never wring excess water from your hair because it’s fragile and you’re hurting it. Obviously this is a practice that women who have long hair tend to do. Obviously, you don’t want broken hairs but that’s what you’ll be causing. Plus, you can be loosening follicles and even pulling out hair without being aware of it. Squeeze the water out with a towel, and then you can also pat it down. Then let air take over and dry it. These negative practices add-up, and they can be a possible cause for hair loss in some women. While washing your hair, it’s a great time to massage your scalp. Use the pads of your finger tips to apply some firm (but not too hard) pressure for a few minutes during each shower. You could also get your partner or spouse to do this for you. Not only does it feel great, but you’ll be improving the circulation of blood in your scalp, and that will help to increase your rate of hair growth. The message helps to induce relaxation, and it’s known that stress can help to cause women’s hair loss.
Choose a hairstyle that doesn’t require a whole lot of product. If your hair requires you to add all kinds of gels and sprays to stay in place, your style is too complex. Try to keep your hair so it can be styled in a few minutes. You may want to try something simpler if it’s taking you any longer than this. How long you keep your hair should depend on what kind of hair you have, as well as how your face is shaped. Hair that is very fine will look too flat if you keep it very long. A short cut, on the other hand, does not usually work well for hair that’s very curly.
The right style is easier to maintain, takes less product and is healthier all around.
So as you can see, there are a few tricks to the whole thing when it comes to hair loss prevention. Some women are just genetically predisposed to it.
The best thing to do is not give up, and always try to find alternatives and options. Proper hair care can often spell the difference between great and healthy hair and hair that is being shed by the handful. The best way to prevent women’s hair loss is to make sure that your hair and your scalp are as healthy as they can possibly be. Use the tips in this article to ensure that you are doing just that.