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5 Things to Follow to Avoid Seasonal Hair Shedding

Here are 5 ways how you can begin now to keep your hair glory intact.

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| Contributor Content| UPDATED: June 5, 2018, 1:13 PM IST
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We are months away from seasonal hair shedding time of the year, however, in order to avoid the nightmare altogether this is the time we must prepare ourselves. Seasonal hair shedding generally ensues during the autumn/fall season when pillows with hair strands, clumps of hair in showers, and combs full of hair shed make us worry for our hair health. Here are 5 ways how you can begin now to keep your hair glory intact even when the summer season is gone:

1. Hair Brushing

Hair brushing improves blood circulation which has a domino effect on new hair growth as well as in improving follicle health. Brushing also takes out loose hair which helps prevent tangles and further hair shedding.

2. Hair Treatments

Hair treatments improve your hair and scalp health besides helping you relax. Stress and pollution weigh down our overall health, including hair. Special hair treatments help wipe out pollutants while deep massage helps alleviate stress internally.

3. Hormonal Checkup

Get yourself checked for Thyroid, Hemoglobin, PCOS, etc, if you can see telltale signs of hair thinning and hair loss. Hormonal imbalances as well as nutritional deficiencies wreak havoc on your hair, especially during change of seasons.

4. De-stress & Relax

Relax yourself by taking adequate sleep and stop stressing over things that are beyond your control. Stress is a precursor of hair shedding and so is sleeplessness.

5. Hair Supplements

Lastly, ask your nutritionist to prescribe hair supplements which are rich in Biotin, fatty acids, iron, etc and take adequate amount of protein everyday for a strong mane.
First Published: June 5, 2018, 1:13 PM IST
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