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What is hair loss?
While many people think of this as hair loss, it's actually hair shedding. It’s normal to shed between 50 and 100 hairs a day. However, hair loss occurs when new hair doesn't replace the hair that has fallen out. The medical name for this type of hair shedding is telogen effluvium.
Autoimmune disease that causes hair to fall out in one or more small patches is called Alopecia areata.

Here are the most common causes of hair loss:
Hereditary hair loss
Immune system overreacts
Some drugs and treatments
Hairstyles that pull on the hair
Harsh hair-care products
Nutritional deficiencies.

Excessive washing, bleaching, brushing, and heat styling can also have an impact on how much of your hair falls out every day. Once your hair follicle has been stretched or split as a result of a cosmetic hair treatment, the structure of the hair follicle is compromised.

In this video we have discussed some of the best home remedies to control hair loss and promote hair growth.

Iron helps your body produce haemoglobin, a protein in your red blood cells. It carries oxygen to your body’s cells, helping them grow and repair. This includes your body’s cells that help with hair growth.
Hair loss due to iron deficiency may especially be noticed in:
Menstruating women who may not get sufficient iron from diet.
Vegetarian or vegans.
People exercising heavily.
Food rich in iron include: spinach and all king of greens, broccoli, peas, tofu, fish and iron-rich meats like beef and lamb.

Your body also needs it to produce keratin — the protein that makes up hair, skin, and nails. Although rare, biotin deficiency can cause skin rashes, brittle nails, as well as hair thinning and loss.
Some of the best source of biotin include: Eggs, wheat germ, salmon, mushroom, sunflower seeds, sweet potato, almonds and beef liver.

Zinc plays an integral role in building and repairing hair tissues, ensuring that the oil glands around the follicles work easily. One chief sign of zinc deficiency is hair loss.
Zinc deficiency results in protein structure changes of hair follicles, weakening their integrity that leads to new hair falling out quicker than usual.
A few natural sources of zinc:
Seafood such as prawns, crabs and lobster
Red meat and poultry
Pumpkins seeds
Baked kidney beans
Egg Yolk
Dairy and Soy products

Selenium promotes healthy hair growth by activating an enzyme important for the regeneration of important antioxidants in the body, such as vitamin C
Foods rich in selenium include:
Brazil nuts, whole grains, nuts, garlic, liver, tuna, eggs, beans, oatmeal, spinach.
Please note that too much selenium can lead to selenium toxicity.

You may know melatonin as the “sleep hormone” and many people take it as a supplement for a good night’s rest or to cut jet lag.
A cream with melatonin can also boost hair growth or slow down hair loss.

Pumpkinseed oil
Pumpkin seed oil contains a plant sterol called phytosterols that promotes hair growth.
Pumpkin seed oil supplements are usually available in the form of oil gel capsules. Do consult your doctor for proper dosage.
Topical Pumpkin seed oil can also be directly applied to the scalp.

Amino acids
These are “building blocks” for proteins. You should get plenty of amino acids through a healthy diet.
Good food sources include cottage cheese, fish, eggs, seeds and nuts, whole grains, and meat.

Green tea
For centuries green tea has been used as a healthy drink which is also rich in antioxidants. It also does wonders for your hair, by reducing itchiness, dryness, and eliminating all kinds of impurities.

Aloe Vera
The vitamins and minerals present in aloe vera help to detoxify the scalp, thereby helping you remove impurities.
You can also use Onion oil and Lemon juice topically to reduce hair loss. Watch our video to know more about this topic in depth.


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