Alopecia Hair Growth Tips
The first step is to massively increase nutrient supply to your hair. If you want to stop hair loss YOU MUST make sure there is a good blood supply to the hair. Reducing inflammation in the scalp enables blood to flow more freely to the hair. Since hair receives the amino acids it needs to build new keratin via the bloodstream, it is vital that you have a good blood supply to your hair. If your hair receives no blood supply via the blood vessels, it cannot grow and you start going bald. If it isn’t stopped, the hair health usually declines quickly and significant hair loss starts to occur.
We highly recommend... eating several powerful HAIR GROWTH NUTRIENTS first thing in the morning. In doing so, this helps the bloodstream absorb the exact nutrients needed to boost hair growth. We recommend increasing your intake of vitamin B and key amino acids which help build keratin. Using a natural B vitamin, some natural super foods and an ingenious trick, you can provoke your body to send a huge dose of powerful hair growth nutrients to your hair, where they build new hair keratin.
MY NATURAL BEAUTY TIP:
Eat foods high in vitamin B every morning, and consume the Organic Chia Seeds daily. Chia Seeds are one of the many super foods you can consume to help promote hair growth. Chia seeds contain 18 of the 22 amino acids, including all nine essential amino acids: isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, trytophan, valine, and histadine. Amino acids are vital in helping maintain a healthy hair follicle.
Putting all the nutrients that build hair keratin into your body is one of the key ingredients to promoting healthy hair growth. Give your body the necessary nutrients that build hair keratin into your blood-stream. In doing so, the nutrients are sent to scalp to help feed the hair.
Does this make sense? You are what you eat, right? The nutrients are not only sent to the scalp, the nutrients are sent into the micro blood vessels that connect to the hair, hence nourishing the hair.
OTHER COMMON CAUSES OF HAIR LOSS:
Hormones: The most common factor for baldness among males and females (more percentage in males) are the hormones and the genes that carry them. In many cases, a hormonal imbalance can even cause permanent hair loss. In males, the testosterone hormone triggers the start of hair loss, whereas in females, it can be due to pregnancy, child birth, use of birth control pills or the onset of menopause.
Patients with alopecia areata (hair loss) that massaged carrier oils containing a blend of thyme, rosemary, lavender, and cedarwood oils into their scalps were more likely to show improvement when compared to a control group that massaged carrier oils alone into their scalps (Hay et al., 1998).
Medical Conditions and Medications: A number of medical conditions, or certain skin and scalp infections may cause huge amounts of hair loss. Medications that are used for the treatment of health conditions like cancer, depression, high blood pressure, thyroid, and heart problems can also cause hair loss.