Hair is a fashion necessity for every girl! We would like to introduce five ways to prevent thinning hair immediately when you feel your bangs are thinning.
5 ways you can improve your thinning hair right now!
Let us quickly introduce five measures to improve thinning hair.
- Eat a well-balanced diet.
Hair is made of protein. Good quality protein, vitamins and minerals are essential to keep hair beautiful. An imbalanced diet, with a continuous consumption of fatty foods and binge eating such as meat, or a lack of good nutrition such as vegetables and soy products, is said to cause hair loss and thinning hair.
If you’re concerned about hair loss or thinning hair, first review your diet!
- Avoid stress
Although the mechanism is not clearly understood, it is believed that stress causes hormonal imbalance and atrophy of the body (muscles), resulting in contraction of the blood supply, which prevents nutrients and oxygen from reaching the hair, thus causing hair loss and thinning.
This is the same reason why alopecia areata, for example, is said to be caused by stress. It is also said that when we are stressed, our brain uses more vitamins and proteins, etc. It is also said that when we are stressed, it is difficult to supply vitamins and proteins even to our hair.
For your own body as well as for your hair’s sake, find something to do to relax and relieve stress before it builds up!
- change to the right shampoo
Compared to the past, there are more and more kinds of shampoos that are called non-silicone. Some shampoos contain silicone or strong detergents called surfactants. For some people, those ingredients are not suitable and cause thinning hair.
It is also said that if you do not rinse well, surfactants and silicones will remain on the scalp, clogging pores and leading to hair loss and thinning hair. If you cannot rinse well enough, review your shampoo.
Also, if you have an itchy scalp after shampooing, you may be using the wrong shampoo, and your scalp may be dry! We recommend changing to a proper shampoo that suits you.
- Keep scalp warm
Poor blood circulation makes it difficult for nutrients to reach the scalp. It is also not good for the scalp to become cold. Try wrapping your scalp in a hot towel during a bath or after shampooing to keep it warm. This will promote blood circulation to the scalp and also help you relax a little.
Also, if you are a person who usually gets cold easily, try to keep your body cool. Pressing pressure points can also be effective.
- Sleep well
It is said that skin and hair are produced while we sleep. Do you experience skin problems when you do not get enough sleep? In the same way, hair is also affected by sleep. Get a good night’s sleep and give your hair time to recover.
Lifestyle matters for your hair!
Hair can be kept in good condition by balancing your diet, getting enough sleep, and using hair care products that suit your scalp. Review your current lifestyle and hair care products to ensure your hair is in good condition!