The Cause and Prevention to Stop Hair Fall

Jun 5 17:06 2020 Shikha Viswas Print This Article

Hair fall could be a nightmare for most of the people. Check out this article to know the causes and what you can do to stop hair fall.

Hair is the fastest growing tissue in the body,Guest Posting made up of proteins called keratins. Each strand of hair is made up of three layers: the inner layer or the medulla (only found in thick hair); the middle layer or cortex, which determines the strength, texture, and color of the hair; and the cuticle, which protects the cortex.

Although both men and women may suffer from significant hair loss, more than 50% of men will suffer from male pattern baldness (BPD), also known as androgenic alopecia, at some point in their lives. The reason behind hair loss is a genetically inherited sensitivity to Di hydro-testosterone (DHT) and 5-alpha-reductase. The 5-alpha-reductase enzyme converts testosterone, a male hormone, into DHT, the substance identified as the end cause for hair loss.

Hair loss has been noticed and studied through the ages, and some interesting discoveries were made in ancient times. On the one hand, it was noticed that eunuchs: those males without genitals-never went bald. Men who have been castrated as a result of combat accidents have never gone bald. It has also been found that the more recessive hair gene, the more propensity for baldness has. People with blond hair have a greater propensity for hair loss than people with darker hair

Myths about the Hair Loss

Some common myths have arisen about hair loss. Due to medical advances many of these myths are addressed and corrected. For starters, the pattern baldness is genetic and therefore may be hereditary; it is not transmitted by only your mother's side of the family. On either side of the family can transmit the genetic disposition towards baldness. In addition, unlike old family tales, wearing hats does not cause baldness either.

The most common hair loss comes under what has been commonly known as male pattern baldness (MPB). Although called MPB, females suffer from a similar syndrome, so it is more correctly called androgenetic alopecia. Although hair loss is not fatal or endangering health, it can cause serious problems with the psyche and self-Trust. There has been no absolute cure found for hair loss, and many factors of hair loss are hereditary, but there are several preventive measures that can be taken to keep hair healthy and scalp

Healthy Food, Diet & Nutrition 

A key factor in maintaining a growing protein on a part of its biological body is: it is necessary to maintain a healthy diet. Although some factors have been definitively identified as contributors to hair loss, we must keep in mind that hair is part of the entire biological system of the human body. Being a system, malfunctions in one part of the system can contribute to malfunctions in other parts;

To define exactly what a healthy diet is when it comes to preventing hair loss can be a little more complex. Mainly, the main vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that must be ingested in one form or another to maintain healthy hair are vitamin A, all B vitamins, especially vitamins B-6 and B-12, folic acid, biotin, vitamin C, vitamin E, copper, iron, zinc, iodine, protein, silica, essential fatty acids (EFA, formerly known as vitamin F) and should not consume water. There are also certain foods that can cause dysfunctions that will contribute to hair loss.

The best way to maintain a healthy intake of vitamins and minerals is a good diet. It is not necessary or advisable to go out and buy a bunch of over-the-counter vitamin supplements to achieve your suggested nutritional levels. Many over-the-counter vitamins are chemically treated and are not completely absorbed into the system. It is also easy to overdose with over the counter vitamins, especially when taking vitamin supplements and fat-soluble minerals, causing toxicity and adverse reactions. The probability of doing so is much less with food; therefore, it is always best to get most of your vitamin and mineral needs from whole foods.

Juice is a natural way to get many of the vitamins, minerals, and trace elements mentioned above. When using organic fruits and vegetables, juice can provide quite a boost to the system and encourage healthy hair. Juices are very easily assimilated by the body and provide the same content as all food. Fresh juices have high enzyme content, which is beneficial because these enzymes are stored by the body and can be used by the body when cooked food that has been stolen from enzymes is consumed. Storing juice or buying pasteurized juice in the store diminishes this benefit, although the benefits of minerals and vitamins are generally still available. All the fruits and vegetables mentioned above can be juiced to get the maximum benefits from them

Food to Avoid

There are a number of foods and substances to avoid and limit consumption. Substances such as alcohol, caffeine, sugar and catch nutrients and increase adrenal levels, causing a chain reaction to produce more androgens and use hair loss High edit and high cholesterol foods are also linked to increased levels of DHT and their consumption should be limited. In addition, common table salt has been linked to hair loss, the average diet recommends the intake of sodium; therefore, salt should never be added to food. However, when using salt for seasoning during cooking, be sure to use salt with iodine being that it is a nutrient that is essential for hair growth as well, unless you are a regular seafood consumer, which contains high levels of iodine.

Conclusion

Although hair loss can be caused by many other variables, lack of proper nutrition will definitely cause hair loss in many people. Fortunately, adopting an appropriate diet that includes the above nutrients can reverse hair loss caused by malnutrition. One thing is certain regardless of whether your hair loss was caused by malnutrition or not, adopting a healthier diet will help the function of other areas of the body, so in the article above we have covered the causes and myths of hair loss including the list of nutritious food to add in your diet and the food to avoid to prevent the hair loss.

 

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Shikha Viswas
Shikha Viswas

Shikha is damn good hairdresser, she is committed to learning the ins and outs of several techniques that she use as per the clients requirements of the hair style, very creative having good communications skills that is very important in this industry. She is a working at Hair rebonding salon in Delhi.

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