Query by huge_pimpin: Avert hair loss and other questions?
I know hair reduction runs in my family members on my mom and dads side, im a fifteen year outdated male and would like to know what i can do now to avoid shedding my hair, i have coarse kinda extended hair..so what can i do?
And i like to operate my hand via my hair, and if i scrape my scalp i can scrape like dust and come to feel like 2 bumps on my head idk if its two pimples or something but their little and are normally long gone in a minor even though…so what can i do to clean my scalp so im not scraping filth or what ever this gunk is off of it?
Response by Christine P
I have the same issue.
If you use any gels or some thing for your hair..
make confident they have no sulfur or alcohol..
this will dry out your scalp and hair, and result in hair decline..
what i use for shampoo and conditioner is head and shoulder’s..
it operates excellent!!
just don’t shower way too often..
and there are a lot of kinds of head and shoulder’s shampoo’s and conditioner’s..
just go to your neighborhood wal*mart or one thing and appear for what suits you very best.
hope i assisted..and great luck..:)
What do you believe? Response underneath!
You can try the following
1.Eat a diet high in fruits and vegetables, which contain flavonoids and antioxidants that may provide protection for the hair follicles and encourage hair growth
2.Avoid pigtails, cornrows, hair weaves, braids and tight hair rollers which can pull and stress your hair
3.# Supplement your diet with the following nutrients:
* Vitamin B complex (Category A)
* Biotin (Possibly safe; orally and appropriately)
* Vitamin C (Category A)
* Vitamin E ( Likely safe if amount does not exceed the RDA; possibly safe if it does)
* Zinc (Likely safe when used orally and appropriately; likely unsafe when used orally in high doses)
4.Use shampoos and conditioner that contain biotin and silica.
Your hair could be thinning for many different reasons so do nothing until you see a dermatologist so he/she can determine the cause. An office visit with a dermatologist will probably cost around $ 75 if your family doesn’t have insurance. Be very skeptical of home remedies, herbal supplements, and alternative holistic medical treatments because they are usually silly, foolish, and have NOT been proven to work in human clinical studies. There’s a lot of information out there regarding hair loss but most is based on junk or pseudo-science. You can find credible information about effective hair loss treatments on PubMed by going to the links below. If it’s not listed on PubMed then don’t trust it but you should see a dermatologist before you start a treatment of any kind.