Try These Simple Home Remedies To Prevent Hair Loss

hairloss_treatment There are home remedies to treat nearly every health and beauty problem, and here we will talk about some of the home remedies that you can use to treat hair loss.

Hair loss is becoming an increasing problem, with both men and women being equally vulnerable to it. But before you grab some harsh chemical hair loss treatment, the completely safe and natural home remedies are definitely worth a try.



Choosing home remedies is much better, because they are least likely to worsen your hair loss condition, while chemical treatments can always lead to further damage.

What you must understand



Some of the chemical treatments may be capable of showing quick results, but they usually bring along some side effects as well. With home remedies, to treat hair loss, the results may not be instantaneous but you can always be sure that you will not be counterattacked by any side effects.

The home remedies are not confined to using herbs, extracts and oils to treat the problem of hair loss. For complete and effective cure you may need to make certain changes in your lifestyle, so as to include regular exercise and healthy diet to stimulate hair growth. De-stressing yourself is also important, because mental stress is known to bring the hair loss problem to force.

Some hair loss remedies to try



•    The first thing in the morning that you can do is to take a tablespoon of sesame seeds and chew it down. Sesame seeds contain a lot of magnesium and zinc, both of which are vital to hair health.

•    Taking one tablespoon of cod liver oil at bed time, helps your hair by supplying them with some essential fatty acids, anti oxidants and vitamin E. All of these are good food for your hair. Also, fish oil is supposed to help with premature graying of the hair.

•    For external application, dissolve some camphor in coconut oil, and massage this oil nicely onto your scalp at least two to three times a week.

These simple remedies clubbed with changes in your lifestyle can show some radical improvements in your hair loss problem.



Sidharth Thakur

  • Caroline

    Oh goodie…I am glad you addressed this issue and am more glad that I am not alone with hair loss! My hair constantly comes out! YUCK. I asked my doc about my thyroid causing it and he said my thyroid tests would not indicate that as the culprit. So, I guess it could be a lack of vitamins or stress. I really eat very well as our family has tried to eliminate processed food. I eat lots of fruits and vegs daily, however, I have not been taking a daily vitamin which I have been meaning to do. I do take my Vidazorb probiotic daily- but I havebeen wanting to find a whole-foods daily supplement as well. Stress? Well- I really need to work on that one! So…I am happy to hear your suggestions and look forward to trying them. Thanks for suggesting natural treatments! Caroline