Hair loss is one of the most common problem faced by men, and it occurs for a variety of reasons. Everything from stress, to poor diet, and even just genetics can cause a man to go bald. However, it is not something you have to just accept and suffer through. There are several ways to stop hair loss and regrow lost hair naturally. To learn all the trick I’ve accumulated over the years, continue reading.
Hair Transplant is Not Your Only Option
If you decide to consult a specialist, like many other men, they will probably all tell you the same thing; that a hair transplant is your only option. Hair transplants can be expensive though, especially if your hair has thinned out considerably. Sometimes hair transplants can even speed up the rate at which your hair falls out. Instead of going through the painful and expensive procedure, you can regrow your lost hair naturally at home by taking a few simple steps.
First, you should see your doctor and address any underlying health problems that may be causing your hair loss. Things like thyroid problems or hormonal imbalances can cause hair loss in men of all ages. After meeting with your doctor, throw out your current shampoo. Only use a shampoo with no sulfates, which strip your hair of natural oils and can dry out your scalp, making you go bald. Also, make any necessary changes to your diet. A diet lacking in certain nutrients and vitamins can make you much more vulnerable to hair loss. The building blocks of hair is protein, so make sure your diet is rich in protein. Some good sources of protein include eggs, nuts, legumes, red meat, and leafy greens. By getting lots of protein, you are setting yourself up for success. It is best to combine your proteins with complex carbs, such as whole grains and starchy vegetables like potatoes. Yes, that’s right, your favorite steak and potatoes can actually help you regrow your hair!
In addition to adding protein, try to add more omega 3 fatty acids and biotin to your diet. Good sources of omega 3 include fish, especially fatty fish like salmon, almonds and other nuts, and avocados. Good sources of biotin include, almonds, carrots, yeast, walnuts, and fish. If you feel you are still not getting enough omega 3 fatty acids and biotin, it might be best to add an omega 3 and a biotin supplement to your daily routine. Lastly, eat food that is rich in iron, such as leafy greens and red meats. If necessary, or if you are already anemic, add an iron supplement to your daily routine.
By making these necessary changes to your diet, you can start the process regrowing your hair naturally. Be sure to stay well hydrated too. Do not rely on sugary sodas or coffee to keep your body hydrated. The best way to stay hydrated is by drinking plenty of water. Try to drink at least 2 liters of water every day for best results. Doing so will not only promote hair growth, but all around better health as well.