Top 12 Ways to Prevent Hair Loss and Promote Regrowth

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Do you worry about hair loss, and are looking to restore your hair? Is your hairline receding visibly?

In today’s video, you’ll discover 12 simple things you can do to prevent hair loss, reverse it, and grow stronger, shinier, and thicker hair, according to science.

Women and men experience different hair loss patterns. In women, even if their hair gets thin, fragile, and falls out all over the head, they are less likely to become bald. In contrast, men lose hair first from the front of the head and are more likely than women to go bald.

Eat Foods that Block DHT
Medical treatment and drugs to block Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) can slow alopecia, but luckily there are natural solutions. Certain foods have been found to stop hair loss and promote regrowth.

The best foods and supplements known to be DHT blockers include green tea, flaxseed, sesame seed, edamame beans, onion, turmeric, pumpkin seed oil, saw palmetto extract, reishi mushroom, E. cava alga, and pygeum bark extract.

Eat Biotin-rich Foods
Biotin, also known as vitamin B7, is a popular nutrient used in shampoos for scalp massage, and food supplements designed for hair regrowth.

Add Iron-rich Foods To Your Diet
Alopecia in men and women can be associated with an iron deficiency.

Get More Vitamin D
A deficiency in vitamin D is associated with hair thinning and loss.

Eat Antioxidant-rich Foods
Antioxidants such as vitamins A, C, and E are essential for healthy follicles. In one study done in 2010, volunteers with alopecia were given vitamin E capsules. The number of hairs in the test scalp area increased significantly.

Get More Omega-3 Fatty Acids
Even though more research is needed, the daily intake of omega-3 helps regulate DHT and may help reduce shedding and recover the hairline.

Add Zinc-rich Foods to Your Diet
In a study done in 2009, zinc supplements were given to patients with alopecia areata. After 3 months of zinc supplementation, 2 out of 3 patients regrew their hair.

Get More Selenium
A selenium deficiency can cause changes in the structure of the follicles and trigger hair loss.

Get Enough Protein
Your hair needs protein for healthy growth. Protein is built by amino acids, and certain amino acids are more beneficial for faster growth.

Be Gentle to Your Hair
Have a gentle care routine to have healthy hair and prevent too much fallout.

Reduce Stress
One cause of hair falling out is stress, so manage your stress levels to support healthy growth in the long term.

Increase Blood Oxygen Levels
Getting enough oxygen and nutrients to your scalp to promote faster growth and prevent premature thinning.

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00:00 Intro
00:43 Eat Foods that Block DHT
01:41 Eat Biotin-rich Foods
02:14 Add Iron-rich Foods To Your Diet
02:44 Get More Vitamin D
03:11 Eat Antioxidant-rich Foods
03:54 Get More Omega-3 Fatty Acids
04:26 Add Zinc-rich Foods to Your Diet
04:56 Get More Selenium
05:28 Get Enough Protein
05:56 Be Gentle to Your Hair
06:28 Reduce Stress
06:44 Increase Blood Oxygen Levels
07:07 What causes hair to fall out?

What do you do to prevent hair loss and keep your it healthy? Leave your comments below.


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