How To Make Your Hair Grow Fast?
slow or no hair growth can have numerous causes, ranging from the
effects of medications and diet to stress and even scalp infections.
When hair is healthy, about 90% of it is
growing at any given time, while the other 10% is resting. After a few months of resting, healthy hair naturally falls out to make room for new hair.
When new growth begins, healthy hair will grow about half an inch per month. If you have a genetic or medical condition causing hair loss or thinning, or perhaps if you just want more hair or healthier long hair as soon as possible, there are both medicinal and natural strategies you can try.
Healthy hair maintenance, a balanced diet, and certain topical or prescription treatments may help your hair grow faster. Whatever your motivation, the information below outlines the step to take to help your hair grow faster.
1. Eat A Balanced Diet
General nutrition is essential to having healthy, fast-growing hair. In addition to eating a balanced diet of unprocessed foods, it’s important to make sure you eat specific foods that are particularly effective at nurturing hair growth to increase your chances of having your hair
grow faster. What you eat will not affect
the hair that has already grown, but it will affect new growth. Dietary effects on hair may take up to 6 months to be visible even though changing your diet may begin affecting the growth of hair in a much shorter time period.
– Eat protein every day (fish, nuts, beans, egg, etc).
– Eat adequate amounts of iron and zinc (soybeans, tofu, peanut butter, oysters, crab, cereal, bread, pasta, etc).
– Don’t cut fat out of your diet (make a sure that your body isn’t lacking Vit. A,D,E,K + Vit. B and C).
2. Limit Damaging Styling Treatments
Hair may begin to grow more slowly or may even fall out more frequently when certain styling techniques are used, making hair appear to grow more slowly overall. Frequently styling and cleaning your hair in harsh ways may cause hair loss, thinning, or damage.
Although occasional use of the following techniques may not cause problems, repeated use of or the regular combination of multiple techniques below may exacerbate damage. In most cases, this damage is reversible, but because hair grows slowly it will take time to restore your hair’s natural health if you regularly used these styling methods.
– Avoid perming, crimping, chemically or mechanically straightening, curling, and
bleaching or repeatedly coloring hair.
– Brush or comb hair no more than twice per day.
– Do not use rubber bands to hold hair
back or to style hair.
– Avoid hairstyles that pull hair tightly, such as cornrows and tight ponytails.
– Choose hair products carefully
and follow proper hair hygiene.
3. Oils For Hair and Scalp
Using oils like Coconut, Avocado, Almond,
Olive, or Jojoba in the hair before or after
washing really does improve the condition in hair and minimizes your chance of getting splitting hair or damaged hair. Using some oil on the ends of your hair before applying heat styling tools helps to keep the ends healthy. Try experimenting with some oils and see which one is right for you.
4. Regularly Trimming Hair
Regularly trimming hair to remove split ends (at most every 10 to 12 weeks) can help prevent split hairs from traveling further up the strand, weakening the hair and making it prone to breakage.
Trimming hair does not promote faster growth, but may help prevent hair damage that can lead to the appearance
of slower or less healthy hair growth.
Hope it will works good on you, dear!