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Five Habits for Healthy Hair

Hair loss is not so uncommon. Both men and women will experience some type of hair loss throughout their lives for different reasons. While it is normal to shed between 50 and 100 hairs a day, losing more than this is what will call thinning and baldness#. Unless there is a medical reason for the hair loss, small changes and a more careful routine can help your hair get back on the right track. This blog is focused on helping you maintain or start a path towards healthier hair — even if wearing wigs has become a necessity.

Angie Wig by Jon Renau (HH)

  1. Do not over-process or add too much heat. A wonderful benefit of wearing wigs is the protection that gives the natural hair. There is no need to perm or relax the natural hair as often while wearing a wig or half wig. Allowing the hair to rest from chemicals or heat while wearing hairpieces can be beneficial and improve the texture of hair. Many women transitioning from relaxed hair to natural hairpieces to be a perfect choice to achieve style and protect their own hair.
  2. Individuals with more stress tend to hair pull (trichotillomania) which pulls the hair from the follicle and results in thinning and bald patches. The body manifests internal stress externally and hair loss is one symptom that may occur. Objectively assessing stressful issues and addressing them as best you can is one solution, as is activity and exercise. All of these contribute to an overall healthier person which effects the hair growing cycle.
  3. Proper hygiene, washing hair regularly and trimming dead ends will also encourage the hair to stay healthy instead of split at the ends. When shedding or breaking hairs outnumber the growing hairs, hair loss is the net outcome. Keeping hair moisturized and eliminating split ends regularly can slow hair loss.
  4. Braiding or plaiting the hair after a good conditioner while wearing a wig allows the hairpiece to fit more secure and flush against the head. It is also easy to apply oils or other hair products between washes to promote healthy hair and growth. Easy access to the scalp and allowing it to breathe is important as well.
  5. Be sure to include Vitamin E in your daily diet as it contributes to healthy hair, nails, skin, and scalp. These can be vegetables, nuts, almonds, and certain cereals. Vitamin E is a cocktail of antioxidants that protect the cells#. More than healthy hair and beautiful skin, a diet rich in vitamin E also provides protection against diseases such as Cardiovascular disease, cataracts, some cancers, and poor immune function. A teaspoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a great source of Vitamin E and does wonders on the hair, scalp, and the body in general.

While it is normal to shed between 50 and 100 hairs a day, losing more than this is what will call thinning and baldness#. Unless there is a medical reason for the hair loss, small changes and a more careful routine can help your hair get back on the right track. Click here¬†for easy hair styles that conceal its effects with fast shipping and everything you’ll need to make your look perfect!

 

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