Edit Your Diet Program
If you want to have strong and healthy hair during these periods, you should reconsider your diet program. Foods like avocado, coconut oil, chia seeds, almonds and salmon can restore the health of your hair.
Don’t Forget Care Creams
Lack of moisture is one of the most common causes of hair loss. Adequate care for your hair will allow it to regain its former strength.
Beware Of Sleeping Hours
Sleeping 7-8 hours may sound cliché. But this is a reality confirmed by scientific research. The hormone melatonin, which helps regulate sleep, also allows hair to grow. Therefore, irregular sleep can negatively affect the health of your hair.
Massaging your hair bottoms in soft circular movements regulates the sebaceous glands and blood flow. By doing this massage for a few minutes every day, you can prevent your hair loss. Pour yourself a herbal tea, turn on your favorite music and relax by doing your massage.
Do Not Process Your Hair For A While
Hair that is frequently dyed, pulled blow dryers or curlers cause hair breakage and loss. Take a break and let your hair rest.