What are some home remedies for thinning hair?
As I have gotten older, my hair has gotten much finer. Anybody know of any home remedies for this or do I just chalk it up to the aging process?
I started losing my hair in my late 20s. I am now in my early 60s. There are thousands of home remedies that will reportedly stop hair loss--unfortunately none of them work. If they work, they would be on the market.
The Rogain treatment works, but it is expensive and it is a daily commitment. There are always hair transplants and toupees. However, as far as finding a short term solution to saving your thinning hair, there are none.
There is no disgrace in going bald. I always said it shows that my brain was working on important matters and did not worry about any type of covering.
Lol. I am not actually going bald, I have plenty of hair, it is just that my hair is getting finer, or less coarse, than it used to be. If I were a male, baldness would not bother me at all. But a girl just can not take baldness with stride!!!!!
Sorry, Could not tell from the picture or screen name you were female. My answer would had been very similar. My grandmothers both had thinning hair as does my mother-in-law. Granted she is 90 and I do not think you are in that age bracket.
A simple tip for treating hair loss. Add Til oil to ORPL oil and apply it on your scalp. Massage it gently. Use it every alternate day to see best results. Within a month you will notice small hair on your scalp. be very gentle while washing as these are very tender. Continue using ORPL for a few months until you get thick hair. there are many other tips but try this first. It is the best tip and very effective.
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There are some ayurvedic hair oil in India, such as Neelabrungadhi oil, which I'm sure, will be available to buy online.
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One of the symptoms of Low thyroid function is thinning hair. The others are fatigue, dry skin, and thinning eye brows, and low body temperature. A consecutive morning low body temperature, might imply that this is the problem. I have written an article on low thyroid function http://artist101.hubpages.com/hub/natur … d-function with advice, and solutions. Another possibility is alopecia, The recommended supplement for alopecia is a B complex, specifically biotin. Biotin is responsible for healthy skin, and hair, and hair growth, as well as the omegas. Foods that contain biotin are eggs, milk, poultry, and whole grains. There is a product called ultra hair, by Natures Plus, if its not too bad, as well as shampoo, that might be helpful. It contains the vitamins to stimulate hair growth. the product link is: http://amazon.com/natures-plus-ultra-ha … tures+plus The article link for B complex, and biotin is http://artist101.hubpages.com/hub/the-b … ust-stress
I tried to visit you hub but the link took me to a page that said that page could not be found. I will find it though. Thank you for your answer.
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It works and I would recommend it to everyone that has thinning hair.
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