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5 simple ways to help prevent hair loss

Cutting your hair by removing split ends may help make your hair look healthier, but it has no effect on the follicle responsible for early growth and fall, and there are several factors that can lead to hair loss including nutritional deficiency, poor hygiene, wrong styling habits, and stress. , some medications, illness, hormonal imbalance, etc., but cutting your hair will not reduce hair loss, dermatologists say.


After you cut your hair, it may feel like it's shedding less because the hair is shorter, and you'll see less hair in the sink, but the number of hair strands you're losing remains the same.


According to the healthsite report, hair cutting has no effect on the follicle responsible for early growth and loss, but it may help remove split ends and make your hair look healthier, instead of cutting this length of hair that took all these months/years to grow, follow these instructions: The five rules suggested by Dr. Rashmi to prevent or control hair loss:

Keep your scalp clean

If you exercise or your hair gets greasy often, wash it every day.

Don't tie your hair too tightly

 Pulling your hair out can put unnecessary stress on your roots, which can cause your hair to break and fall out.

Protect your hair from exposure to UV rays

Remember that the sun can damage your hair too, be sure to tie your hair up when you are out in the sun or use a sunscreen.


Take the right supplements

Make sure you are getting enough of the essential nutrients for your hair, including protein, iron and vitamins (vitamin A, biotin, vitamin C, vitamin D and vitamin E).


Use hair oil

The age-old habit of massaging your hair with oil regularly can make a big difference when it comes to preventing or controlling hair loss. Use a small amount of coconut oil to massage your hair well.