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Natural Cures for Hair Loss and Dandruff

by Tatiana Plesco
Hair Loss

Genetics, hormonal problems, or poor blood circulation to the scalp (usually it is a combination of the three) are the most common reason for hair loss.
Dandruff in excess can lead to hair loss. Poor capillary circulation is indicative of weak circulation throughout the body. And poor circulation is a sign of poor health conditions.
Probably the quickest way to stimulate hair growth might have to wait a few minutes daily upside down and gently massaging the scalp, but not very practical.
Hair loss can be prevented or even reversed by adopting a healthy diet and by stimulating circulation to the scalp. But, first of all, you have restored the health of body, revitalize your kidney, liver detoxified and cleaned out the colon, you must ensure that you do not suffer from candida and blood circulation is not slowed down by toxins.
They also consume more vegetables rich in silicon, such as potatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and greens.
Make sure your diet contains sufficient sources of iron, zinc, B vitamins, omega 3, trace minerals, amino acids, or salt (but not salt, refined, but sea salt, more colorful, rich in minerals).

vegetables rich in silicon

Vegetables rich in silicon

Also, natural remedies can accelerate the regeneration process of your hair with natural benefits from mother nature:

  • Apply olive oil or coconut oil at the top of the threads and combs the hair from the root every night before going to bed. Wash your hair with baking soda and rinse it with apple cider vinegar.
  • Boil neem leaves in water and make a paste out of it. Add honey to the paste and apply as a conditioner for your hair.
  • Use hydrotherapy with hot showers and cold-alternatives to increase blood circulation. Banging lightly (with brush hair back) those parts of the scalp giving signs of hair loss, 50 times.
  • Lay at the edge of the bed, with your head dangling down, and brush the hair from the root towards the peaks several times a day. However, excessive brushing, without changes in eating or other measures that could improve the health of the scalp, will not stop the hair loss.
  • Detoxify the body with cranberry lemonade sweetened with stevia and a diet based on fresh fruits and vegetables, organic (more veggies than fruit). Detoxification will increase blood circulation and will reduce the state of inflammation in the body.
  • Amla powder softens into a container of cast iron and leaves overnight. Use this mixture to wash your hair the next morning. Use the remedy three times a week.
  • Dwarf Palm has proved efficient in stop hair loss and in stimulating hair restoration.

Amla powder for dandruff

Don’t forget that poor nutrition and smoking can lead to hair loss. Consume more fresh foods. Onion juice can cure Alopecia, and onion juice can reverse premature gray hair. This method was used for hundreds of years to treat grey hair. Onion juice has many benefits for hair follicles.

The onion is rich in sulfur and other compounds effective in fighting infections. Onion juice kills the microbes, parasites, some fungal infections; all of these can cause hair loss.

The onion removes the buildup of hydrogen peroxide and reduces inflammation, providing at the same time enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients needed for hair regeneration.

Studies have shown that the juice of onion skin applied daily can reduce and reverse premature gray and can replenish hair. You can get juice by squeezing or crushing the onions. The juice must be applied daily on the scalp. Start with a small amount, because it makes a lot of mess and requires patience and attention. The conclusion the balding, or at least, hair loss is not inevitable.

In many cases, hair loss is just a sign of poor health and thus may be reversible.

Restoring health in the whole body can be a big challenge, but it is worth every effort. Hair regrowth is just one of the benefits.

A common cause of both men and women is hypothyroidism. If you have symptoms that may indicate a problem with the thyroid gland, check its status, and adopt necessary some measures that can heal your thyroid naturally.


Natural remedies to cure dandruff and diseases associated with this.

cure dandruff
50% of the world’s population suffers from dandruff at some point in life, manifested through an excess of dead skin that whitens ‘ hair and shoulders, accompanied by itching of the surface of the head. Dandruff may also create redness and irritation.
A small amount of healthy skin exfoliates because skin cells die and shed from the scalp. Still, some people are facing an unusually large amount of dead skin, either chronically or as a result of specific triggers.

What causes dandruff?

Dry skin is one of the common causes of dandruff, and if this is your case, then you probably will notice dry skin in other areas of the body. Dandruff caused by dry skin gives birth to some skin pieces smaller and less oily than different types of dandruff.

Dry exfoliated skin anywhere on the body and is usually a sign of a deficiency of omega-3 fats. So the first step you have to do is consume more omega-3 fats. Omega-3 fats contribute to the normalization of skin, and lipid prevents dehydration of the cells.

So skin cells remain firm and hydrated, which reduces peeling. Besides, omega-3 fats have an anti-inflammatory effect and calm irritated skin, including the scalp. If your dry skin doesn’t cause dandruff, then it may be a fungal infection, more specifically an infection with pityriasis capitis or species Malassezia globosa. They live on the scalp and feed on skin oil products.

The fungus Malassezia globosa uses enzymes called lipases to metabolize oils, creating a byproduct called oleic acid. The acid penetrates the skin and causes peeling off cells.

The main reasons for the appearance of dandruff, one of the best ways to solve the problem of dandruff caused by fungi, are eliminating sugar and cereals from eating. Sugar encourages the growth of mildew, and processed grains turn quickly into sugar.

Even the massive consumption of juices and fruits can perpetuate the growth of fungi. That is why adopting a diet without or with low sugar and cereals constitutes a vital strategy to combat this leading cause of dandruff.

What other causes have dandruff?

Seborrheic Dermatitis: This condition, characterized by greasy, irritated skin, is another common cause of dandruff. It is manifested by an aspect of the skin in color red and covered with white skin peels or yellow.

Maybe present not only on the scalp but also eyebrows, chest, groin area, armpits, behind the ears and nose (all areas where sebaceous glands are present). Sensitivity to hair care products: a sensitivity to hair care products may result in contact dermatitis, which generates an itching of the skin of the scalp, red and scaly in appearance.

It can be caused by shampoo, conditioner, or other hair care products. Parafenilenediamina, present in permanent hair dye, it can also create a red, itching scalp and scaly look.

irritated skin dandruff
The use of too frequent shampoo and excess use of hair care products: frequent shampooing can irritate the scalp, leading to the appearance of dandruff. Excessive use of hair care products can have a similar effect and can upload your scalp, making it fat and more susceptible to dandruff.

People who suffer from neurological diseases are more prone to dandruff anyone can deal with dandruff at any time of life, but men are more likely than women.

It is because dandruff is associated with hormones men and that men have more oil-producing glands on the scalp.
Anyone can face dandruff in any stage of life, but men are more likely than women. It is because dandruff is associated with hormones men and that men have more oil-producing glands on the scalp.
Age can be a factor, as well. In most cases, dandruff occurs between the first youth and middle-aged, although it can occur at any age.

Dandruff also occurs mainly in people placed in convalescence after a heart attack or a stroke, or those with compromised immune systems (including people living with HIV).
And people with neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, are more prone to develop Seborrheic Dermatitis and dandruff, though the reasons, in this case, are not clear enough
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Another factor may be inadequate nutrition, especially zinc, vitamins of the B group, and healthy fats; people with a low intake of these nutrients may be more prone to dandruff.
 
Updated on 4/16/2020

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