One of the scariest feelings in the world is to start losing hair and suddenly find that a few months later you have a bald spot or two. While that might seem like a bit of an exaggeration to some, most men who take great care of their hair still find that at some point they are overly-worried about going bald.
Hair-loss is a serious problem and the important thing to note is that there can be a wide variety of reasons for it. Those can range from long-term diseases to something as simple as dandruff and nutritional deficiency. Proper food supplements and intake of nutrients can help prevent the damage and attain a healthy scalp.
Vitamin B Complex
It is well-known that lack of vitamin B complex can make your hair both brittle and thin. This will eventually lead to greater loss of hair. The best way to avoid this is by consuming foods rich in vitamin B such as grains, fish and dairy products. If that does not help, then multivitamins is the next option.
Iron deficiency can cause a variety of problems and hair loss is actually one of the milder affects. Reduced iron content in your body can lead to weakness and spells of dizziness as well, in some severe cases. Consult your doctor and check for iron deficiency and eat iron-rich food like red meat, green leafy vegetable and eggs.
Rosemary is a herb that has wide medicinal properties and rubbing Rosemary oil on your scalp can increase the growth of hair follicles and prevent hair loss. It has been one of the more affective herbs that cure hair loss, in recent times.
Found in meat and eggs, Lysine is the building block or proteins and since hair is made up of protein, a diet rich in Lysine can help not just prevent hair loss, but repair hair damage as well. If you wish to keep your hair strong and thick in a natural way, a protein-rich diet is the way to go.
Vitamin C is an anti-oxidant and hence has great benefits for your hair. It is very easy to find as most citrus fruits and vegetables have rich content of Vitamin C. No wonder then that there are so many hair supplements and shampoos that use a tinge of ‘lemon extract’ in their ingredients as that includes a dash of Vitamin C.