Asked for female, 18years old from Kolkata
1.Wash your scalp regularly, but don't overdo it.
2.Reduce styling and heat
3. Brush and clip gently.
4.Massage your scalp.
5.Sleep on a soft pillow
7.Check your diet.
Your hair needs protein, essential vitamins, and healthy fats to grow
and stay healthy.
In order for your hair to grow—let alone grow fast—it must be rehydrated, replenished, and repaired of damage. There's no miracle method to stimulate hair growth. Your locks will grow when they are healthy. Leading a balanced lifestyle and caring for your tresses, as well as your scalp, properly will encourage hair growth.
Stay hydrated. Inadequate water intake prevents cell growth and reproduction—your hair won’t grow without H20! Proper hydration is not only essential for the growth of your hair, but it will also ensure that your body functions properly. Aim to drink six to eight cups of water per day.
Eat foods that promote hair growth and scalp health. Proteins, specifically keratin, are the building blocks of hair. To encourage hair growth, eat a diet rich in nuts, lentils, and lean meats. To improve your scalp’s health, consume foods that are naturally rich in vitamin A (dark leafy greens and sweet potatoes), vitamin C (citrus fruits), iron (lean red meats), and omega-3 fatty acids (avocados)
Sleep at least 8 hours every night. Getting plenty of sleep is essential to leading a healthy, balanced life. Anxiety and stress can decrease your stomach acids, inhibiting the proper digestion and assimilation of the proteins, vitamins, and nutrients that encourage hair growth. Occasionally, too much stress can alter your hormone levels, disrupt your hair’s growth cycle, and ultimately cause your hair to fall out. Sleeping reduces stress and promotes cell growth, as well as cell repair
Use a boar-hair bristle brush. Brushing your hair with a boar hair bristle brush will result in a healthy, shinny mane. These brushes stimulate your scalp and naturally condition your hair, while reducing frizz and improving the texture of your hair. After using a boar hair bristle brush, your need for styling products will decrease and you will have to wash your hair less frequently.
When brushing your hair, concentrate on spreading your hair’s natural oils. A boar hair bristle brush works great for this.
Avoid using brushes with metal or plastic bristles.
When detangling wet hair, use a wide-toothed comb to get the snarls out. Start at the ends and work your way up to the roots to prevent breakage.
Get your hair trimmed regularly. Trimming your hair on a regular basis—about every 6 to 8 weeks—will keep your hair looking and feeling healthy. It won’t prevent hair growth, which happens at the roots, not the ends.
Regular trimming also prevents split ends from moving up the hair strand and causing major breakage.
Avoid tight hairstyles and teasing. Certain hairstyles pull on your roots and can actually slow hair growth. Hairstyles that pull on your scalp, like cornrows, braids, and high ponytails, can also cause hair breakage. Teasing also pulls on your roots and wreaks havoc on your ends.
Avoid blow-drying your hair. Applying unnecessary heat to already damaged hair will only lead to further breakage. Instead of blow-drying your hair, let it air-dry.
Limit use of curling irons or flat irons. Like blow-drying, curling or straightening already damaged hair will only result in additional damage. If you do curl or straighten your hair, don’t blow-dry your hair before styling it. Let it air-dry instead.
Select a type of oil to use. When massaging your scalp, you can use a variety of oils. Pick from jojoba, coconut, olive, castor or egg oil. You could also try a variety of essential oils, including almond, lavender, or cedar wood oils.
Massage your scalp. Using your fingertips, massage your scalp to stimulate the roots. Rub your scalp for approximately ten minutes. Dip your fingertips into the dish of oil as needed.
If you have an oily scalp, don’t overdo the oil. Use it sparingly.
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