Home Remedies for Hair Loss

How To Treat Hair Loss And Baldness? Natural Home Remedies

Treat Hair Loss And Baldness: Science claims that humans have approximately  100,000 to 150,000 strands of hair on their heads. The daily loss of hair in strands normally varies, but on average is 50 to 100. Lost ones must be replaced at the same rate daily, in order to maintain an average volume. However, the failure of this replacement process will lead to thinning of hair, which if continues may lead to baldness.  And this condition often becomes a dilemma to those who’re experiencing it, as the need of having a healthy and beautiful looking hair is necessary in order to boost one’s confidence and self-esteem. But worry not, we are going to share with you this time the tips on natural hair loss remedies and how to prevent hair loss.

Home Remedies for Hair Loss
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Causes Of Hair Loss And Baldness

There’s no definite cause for this problem. But however, several conditions are often associated with this, and they include infections, drugs, nutritional factors and even stress. Women are more likely to be prone to it, whereas men deal with baldness as just a natural process of aging. Sudden hair loss in women is normally caused by changes in weather, or in the hormones of your body. Hormonal changes occur when there are any medical conditions triggering it.


  • Ringworms – This is a condition when ringworms develop on scalps, also known as tinea capitis. It normally begins as a small pimple that consistently expands in size, leaving patches of temporary baldness.
  • Folliculities – This is an infection on the hair follicles. When you shave or wear clothes that irritate the follicles, they may appear injured. Not only that, folliculities also occurs when your follicles become blocked by sweat, oils or even make up.
  • Dissecting Cellulitis – This is also a condition in which the follicles becomes infected, but at a worse level. When infected with dissecting cellulitis, pus filled spots and lumps develop on the scalp, causing permanent hair loss.
  • Thyroid problems -The thyroid gland regulates the level of hormones in the body. If the gland isn’t working properly, hair loss may result, especially in condition of hyperthyroidism.

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Hair loss, be it temporary or permanent can be caused by medications used to treat blood pressures, diabetes, heart diseases, cholesterol problems, depression and cancer. Also it is a side effect of chemotherapy, anabolic steroids and birth control pills.

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Studies show that lack of nutrients in body may also result in this. Deficiencies of certain nutrients such as biotin, protein, zinc and iron are the main factors of hair loss that are not linked with medical conditions. At the same time, intake of foods that are high in animal fats (such as fast foods) and Vitamin A also may trigger baldness.

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It is commonly stress related too. In fact, stress is the major factor for a female’s hair loss. There are several types of hair loss that can be associated with stress.

  • Alopecia Areata – Sudden loss of big clumps of hair in areas around your scalp.
  • Telogen Effluvium – A condition where more hair than normal appear to fall out.
  • Trichotillomania – This is a habitual condition caused by stress and anxiety where the person pulls out hair without realizing it.

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Hair Loss Treatments

Are you getting sick of it already- most of the times like your whole world is falling apart? Fortunately, this is a treatable problem. You can treat it in three different ways, that is by surgery, hair extensions and naturally too. You must bear in mind that there are many effective home remedies for hair loss.

  • Surgery
    Make sure to consult a surgeon who specializes in hair transplant procedures. This is a suitable procedure for a person who experiences permanent loss caused by burns, stress or medical conditions. This procedure may involve transplants, scalp flap or scalp reduction surgeries.
  • Hair extensions
    This is normally the most preferred procedure for those who experience both permanent and temporary loss in patches form. By using extensions, you’ll be able to hide areas that are becoming bald. There are several types of extensions such as clip-in , glue-on, weave-on or braid-on.
  • Naturally or Home Remedies
    This is definitely a suitable procedure for those who take budgets into concern.

Natural Home Remedies For Hair Loss

Following are few of the natural remedies available for treating hair loss:

1. Exercising
It does help to increase the blood circulation. By having a balanced blood circulation to the scalp, follicles become stimulated to produce hair again.

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2. Onions and garlic
They are high in sulphur, which is the one of most needed nutrition to boost your hair growth. These are used in most traditional medicines for baldness prevention. Use a lot of onions and garlic in your cooking, you may also have them raw.

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3. Coconut
It naturally promotes hair growth as it is a good source of iron, potassium, protein and some of the essential minerals. You can apply coconut milk ( mixed with some water) onto the affected area and leave it overnight. You then may rinse off with water the next morning. Repeat this at least twice a week and you shall see baby hair growing within a month. Alternatively, you may use coconut oil too.
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4. Rangoli hennas
Try massaging some rangoli henna on the scalp. Make sure the powder is green, and has the texture of talc. Henna helps in strengthening of hair and opening of the follicles. However, it may make your hair a little dry. Hence, try mixing it with coconut or olive oil to retain moisture in hair.

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5. Antioxidants.
You may apply warm green tea on your scalp. Green tea contains antioxidants that boost hair growth and help prevent loss. What you can do is brew two bags of green tea in a cup of water. Later apply it on the scalp while it’s warm and leave it on for an hour before rinsing off.

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6. Pre-oil treatment to moisturize. 
You may use jojoba, almond, emu or kalaya oil  for your oil treatment to promote a natural growth. They act as a moisturizers that help in opening of the follicles and prevents the scalp from drying out, which is another typical reason for hair loss. Ensure to warm the oil prior to application. You may also mix a part of fresh rosemary with two parts of almond oil and apply it on your scalp. Leave it on for thirty minutes (twice a week).

7. Apples

An apple a day apparently does a lot more than keeping the doctors away. It reduces baldness, and promotes new hair growth (the trick is done by its Procyanidin B-2 content) Some shampoos also use apple seeds as a main ingredient claiming its ability to stimulate hair growth. Eat fresh apples everyday for better hair growth.

Besides natural remedies, you can also try vitamins for hair loss. Vitamin A and C is very much effective in aiding and speeding up the treatment process. They keep the blood circulation in your scalp stimulated, which will gradually improve any form of hair loss and baldness. You may also opt for Biotin supplements- many swear by its benefits in reducing baldness.

Remember to go for regular follow ups if you are having a medical condition-related hair problem. If there are any other remedies or treatments that you know, do share them with us here in HNBT.

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By Ms. Full Hair