If bad hair days are a normal occurrence to you and you’ve done everything you can to address it, then maybe it’s time to get to the root of the problem. Take a good, long look at the ingredients list of your shampoo. If sulfate is high on the list, consider making a switch to products that don’t contain any of it.
Is it your scalp, or is it your follicles? BOTH need care. If your scalp has an infection or a condition of chronic inflammation, then your follicles cannot be provided with the environment they need to grow healthy hair. If your follicles are being choked by DHT, then they will shrink, weaken and eventually fall away. If you suffer from AGA (androgenetic alopecia) or are genetically disposed to it, 3 areas need to be addressed in order for your scalp and follicles to maintain and/or regain their health. Blocked hair follicles Nutrient supply needed for growth Conversion of testosterone to DHT...
1. Combine optimum diet and hair growth Eat foods that are rich in B vitamins, proteins, and iron. Foods like strawberries, avocados, bananas, apricots, bell peppers, lettuce, milk, fish, tomatoes, spinach, beans, broccoli, green yogurt, soy products, oregano, flax seeds, nuts, and whole grains help to hasten hair growth. The following supplements are also known to accelerate the growth of hair: folic acid, selenium, silica, magnesium, saw palmetto and Vitamins B, C, E, A and Biotin. Protein plays a major role as well; protein forms keratin, the material which makes up the hair strand. Derive your protein from lean meat...