Hair Tips For Healthy Hair

Do you spend a lot of time on your hair? Do you find it hard to tame your hair? Do you suffer from hair loss? Do you envy the model featured in the latest shampoo commercial who flaunts hair perfectly groomed, bouncy hair? Have these problems persisted for a long time? If yes, then you probably need to look a little deeper into the problem.

Though a dead cell, hair requires as much care as the rest of our body. You may invest more than needed in hair care products, but these may prove to be of no help if you neglect the intake of nutrients essential for ensuring healthy hair. These include various vitamins, proteins, etc.

Following the below-stated hair care tips, you too can have healthier, shinier and voluminous hair.

Nourish Your Hair Follicles

There are numerous causes responsible for damaged hair follicles. Damaged follicles, in the long run, may lead to problems such as hair loss, thinning and breakage. In order to prevent damage to hair follicles and strengthen them, make sure that you increase your intake of biotin. You may even consider taking biotin supplements. Biotin helps with the restoration of strength to damaged and weakened hair follicles, leading to healthier hair and increased hair growth.

Massaging also helps with nourishing hair follicles. Massaging the scalp increases the blood flow to follicles and subsequently strengthens them.

Take Essential Vitamins vitamin

In order to have healthier hair, you need to ensure proper intake of essential vitamins. It is recommended to include vitamin A, B, C and E in your diet to ensure the good health of your hair. These are some of the best vitamins that serve the purpose of nourishing your hair in different ways.

Vitamin C helps with the prevention and cure of hair loss and breakage while Vitamin B is important for hair growth. Vitamin A triggers the secretion of a natural oil, making the hair shinier and Vitamin E works to increase oxygen absorption, leading to the production of new hair.

Include Essential Amino Acids In Your Diet


Amino acids are organic compounds that act as building blocks of proteins, such as keratin. The term essential amino acid refers to a class of these organic compounds that cannot be prepared and produced by the human body. Hence, that leaves food as the only source of essential amino acids.

These amino acids are necessary for the creation of keratin, which is one of the main components of hair. Keratin is composed of 18 amino acids and is responsible for providing hair with the required strength. Hence, a diet rich in protein, particularly keratin, ensures prevention of hair loss, breakage and thinning.

Avoid Oxidative Stress

Oxidative stress indicates towards the imbalance in the production of free radicals and body’s capacity to neutralise the impact of these substances. It occurs when the number of free radicals produced exceeds the body’s capability to counteract the resultant effect. Oxidative stress can lead to premature ageing of hair and recent studies suggest that it is one of the factors responsible for triggering alopecia. To avoid the occurrence of oxidative stress, it is advised that you increase your intake of natural antioxidants.


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Fay Afghahi

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