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    Tips For Men Who Are Going Bald

    Here comes the most tormenting issue which has taken the majority of men for granted. From college to the office, adolescence to puberty everyone seems to be a victim of hair fall. Whom should we blame for this, have you ever wondered? The divine Mother Nature is getting ruined by our creations; with the numbers of automobiles, exponential increase in the number of factories, it is not easy to overcome pollution nowadays.  To strengthen the roots of our hair, we need to shave them sometimes. I would love to use a Foil Shaver to get that perfect shave. Let’s walk you through my observations and suggestions in this context, hope it helps!

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    Hair Ties: What To Do When Your Hair Is Causing You Problems

    Is your hair a tie? Do you have to spend hours in the bathroom treating it, coloring it, curling it, or straightening it? Do you pass on social invitations because you just don’t have the energy to get your locks into some sort of acceptable condition? Well, you’re not alone, in fact, many people suffer from unruly or problematic hair. Below you can discover more about the most common issues, and what you can do to solve them.

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    Chinese Herbs That Will Help You Prevent Hair Loss

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    Hair loss, also known as alopecia, is a common condition where parts of the body that naturally have hair experience thinning or bald patches. It mostly occurs on the scalp but it can also be on your beard or limbs where hair grows. This is caused by a variety of reasons ranging from stress to side effects of cancer treatments. Read more

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    The Best 10 Herbs That Will Let Your Hair Grow Thick And Long

    Hair loss is very commonly found in people than you might not even imagine. Hair loss and other damages often strike to the people when they are in their mid-life. Some people have the misconception that it is only the males that suffer from hair loss, but also the females are prone to the hair thinning that can often lead to bald spots.

    Whatever is the reason for the hair loss, it is never fun. When there is a hair loss happening, we feel that our self-confidence and self-esteem is being damaged. While hair loss is damaging, but it can certainly be corrected with the different natural herbs mentioned below:

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    Where The H*** Has My Hair Gone?!

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    OK, so hair loss is a bit of a sensitive issue. It can be embarrassing and really affect our self-esteem. But I’m here to tell you that it’s not the end of the world. There are things that can be done about it. So even if you do find yourself looking in the mirror and saying: “Where the h*** has my hair gone?!,” you don’t have to accept the situation. Read more

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    10 Side Effects of Hair Transplant

    The side effect of hair transplant surgery varies from person to person and also from the hair transplant treatment technique being used along with the hair transplant treatment clinic. The chances of any major hair transplant side effect are very less if it is done from a reputed hair transplant center. Before undergoing a hair transplant surgery, it is important for a person to be aware of all the possible side effects of hair transplant. 


    Below are the 10 most common side effects of hair transplant that you must know before you opt for hair transplantation surgery –
     
    1.     Itching
    2.     Bleeding
    3.     Infection
    4.     Swelling of the scalp
    5.     Numbness on the scalp
    6.     Hiccoughs
    7.     Thinning of hair due to shock loss
    8.     Scarring
    9.     Cysts
    10.   Hair Shedding

    Side Effects of Hair Transplant


     
    1.     Itching –
    Itching is the most common side effect of hair transplant which is been experienced by a majority of people who undergo for hair transplant. Itching takes place due to the formation of the scabs at hair transplant site on the scalp. Keep in mind that – you should NEVER scratch or even touch the hair follicles at least for 3 days after hair transplant surgery. Your hair transplant surgeon will surely guide you and prescribe medicines to relax the itching. The itching will go away over a period of time.
     
    2.     Bleeding –
    When you undergo hair transplant surgery also at the best clinics, some cuts and nicks are bound to happen but do not get panic and afraid when you see blood as it is bound to happen. Hair transplantation surgeons will ensure that the surgery cuts which leads to bleeding are very minimal. It is very important to know about this side effect of hair transplant for a patient who is suffering from bleeding related problems and is taking blood thinning medicines.
     
    3.     Infection –
    If you have chosen a reputed hair transplant surgeon, then there are minor chances of any infections as the quality of equipment used are of high quality. Still, you can face some temporary minor infections. Your hair transplant surgeon will always prescribe antibiotics to fight the infections.
     
    4.     Swelling of the scalp –
    Swelling of the scalp is not a very serious hair transplant side effect, seen very common with people who have undergone hair transplantation process. Just after the hair transplantation surgery, you will see some swelling on your forehead, back part of your neck, sometimes on your scalp and in some rare cases also around your eyes. But you need not worry as this swelling will only last for a couple of days.
     
    5.     Numbness on the scalp –
    You will feel numbness during and just after the hair transplant surgery because of the local anesthesia injection been given so that you do not feel the itching and pain caused due to the needle while placing the hair follicles. But even after the anesthesia’s effect, you may feel some numbness on your forehead and scalp. This numbness will only prevail until several days.
     
    6.     Hiccoughs –
    You may find hiccoughs as a very strange side effect of hair transplant, but hiccups may occur during or after surgery and may continue thereafter in some cases. However, the cause for hiccoughs after a hair transplant is not yet confirmed. About 5-10% of people undergoing for hair transplant may face this.
     
    7.     Thinning of hair due to shock loss –
    Temporary thinning of hair and hair shedding happens due to shock loss. This happens when some hair follicles are not transplanted successfully. In many cases, the person’s scalp loses its shock of the hair and hence his hair starts shedding and in some cases, partial baldness occurs. You may also see a loss of up to 100 hair per day.


     
    8.     Scarring –
    You are bound to have micro scars after undergoing hair transplantation surgery. If you choose to undergo FUE technique of hair transplant then you will notice some dot-like micro scars and if you choose to undergo FUT technique of hair transplant then you will notice some linear scar. But you should not worry about these scars as these scares will only last long for a couple of weeks.
     
    9.     Cysts –
    You will notice 1-2 small cysts after the hair transplantation process. These cysts are just pimples or can be a cluster of pimples which is very normal and will disappear in few days of time if you take proper medication as recommended by your hair transplant surgeon.
     
    10.    Hair Shedding –
    You will definitely expect that your hair will grow and become denser after your hair transplant treatment but this is not the truth, the fact is, most of you will notice a hair fall just after the treatment for hair transplant. This is quite normal as only the hair falls with the root being totally intact in your scalp. After or maximum 3 weeks the hair will regrow in most of the cases but in some rare cases, there is shock loss in your hair follicles.
     

    Reference video for hair transplant side effects –

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    Author Bio: Pratik Shinde – He is a Medical, Health and Fitness blogger and researcher from India. He likes to research on Medical related topics and write about it.

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    Natural Tips to Solve Hair Loss

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    Can’t manage the cost of costly hair loss treatment; however, stressed over your extreme male pattern baldness? Shedding hair can be one of the real explanations behind shedding fearlessness! Our present way of life makes us significantly more inclined to issue like hair fall; which eventually prompts more prominent concern, for example, male pattern baldness. Here are some natural hair enhancing tips:

    Hot Oil Massage
    Warm some oil (ideally coconut oil or almond oil) and gradually knead your scalp utilizing your fingertips. It builds a stream of blood to the hair follicles, upgrades the quality of the underlying foundations of your hair and conditions the scalp. However, if you are experiencing hair loss, then make sure to consult a proficient hair loss Dubai clinic that can save you from the hassle.

    Green Tea

    Green tea revives hair follicles and animates hair generation. It likewise upgrades your digestion which at last prompts expanded rate of hair development. Simply condition your hair with green tea (not literally) and notice the change! The Bonus point here is that; it not only saves you from those dreadful pimples but oxygenates your follicles, so that the hair can grow smoothly.

    Onion Juice

    Because of its high sulfur content. Onion juice treats balding and improves the dissemination of blood to the hair follicles, restore hair follicles and decrease irritation. The nearness of hostile to bacterial properties in onion juice murders the germs that cause scalp contamination which may prompt male pattern baldness. Onion might make you cry when you cut it, but the advantages it carries with itself are rewarding.

    Beetroot Juice

    This is one case of the colloquialism ‘Answer for all body related issues can be found in the kitchen’. Beetroot helps you to finish your nutritious insufficiency that causes the hair fall. So incorporate it into your eating regimen and battle this shrewd issue. Juices have never failed to provide enough health benefits to the individuals. It is certainly not a surprising factor to stimulate hair growth with the help of some beetroot juice.

    Meditation

    The main driver of a considerable measure of issues that come to our direction can be diminished with the assistance of a meditation class. One of the significant issues is male pattern baldness! Incorporate meditation to your daily routine and you will surely be astonished by the marvelous impact it has on your physical health as well as on the condition, texture, follicles, and your strands of hair.

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    Natural solutions are always the way to go for the individuals who are intimidated by the thought of going in for a treatment. However, if your case is not resolved with the help of the natural cures, then one efficient way of getting around it is to get a consultation from a professional hair expert at the best nonsurgical hair replacement clinic Dubai. Book your consultation session at your earliest so that you can put a stop to the problem as it starts.

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    Simplicity Equals Length Retention and Hair Health

    Natural hair care is something that is very complex, especially for someone just beginning their natural hair journey. When I first became natural two years ago, I was overly excited about trying different products. I grabbed as many moisturizers, shampoos, and gels I could buy! I know that we all get very excited about our journey and want to see exactly which products work best for us. Unfortunately, the many products that we use over time can potentially stunt hair growth. I’ve learned that simplicity works wonders for your hair. After one year, of course I had hair growth despite me using tons of products. Although my hair grew, I knew that there could have been better growth overall. So I decided to change my hair care routine to a more minimalist one. I used one conditioner, one oil, and one shampoo. Knowing my staple products I always used and stuck to them. The same three products for the next year of my journey. The results were amazing! I was able to retain much more length than before. I am going to give you my tips on how I retain length and keep healthy hair, simply.

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    On this new simplistic journey, you will need to choose the best shampoo for your scalp and hair. Women with natural hair have to choose wisely when making a decision on a shampoo. I suggest choosing a shampoo with natural ingredients and no sulfates or parabens. Sulfates are very drying and stripping to our curls. Sulfate shampoos will leave your hair feeling like dry hay ready to set on fire. Natural ingredients are also a must because they will give you the best results for softness and health as well. Some of the best natural ingredients you should look for in a shampoo are coconut oil. Coconut oil aids in preventing hair damage, and also it helps to keep moisture locked into your hair follicles.
     
    Holy grail deep conditioner, your go to for conditioning. Deep conditioning your natural hair often, will keep your hair soft. The softness makes your hair less likely to break off. I like to deep condition my hair once a week, but you can do it every two weeks also. Once again, natural ingredients are your friend when choosing the best deep conditioner. Just like you choose the healthy options to eat, choose the most healthy options for your hair. Preferably choose a conditioner with a slight protein treatment also. I prefer to use the ORS Hair Mayo Deep Conditioner.
     
    Moisturizers are your best friend. You will need to have a good moisturizer to help reduce the amount of breakage you have. Dry hair is the top reason for breakage, that is why moisturizers play an important role in your routine. The best moisturizer will be one that is moisturizing. It’s that simple.
     
    Last but not least, you need to seal in your moisture with a great oil. A common misconception women have is that oil helps to moisturize your hair. This is very false, oils only seal in the moisture you already have. When choosing an oil for your hair why not add in an extra benefit of growth. There are many oils that help to seal in moisture and aid in growth as well. One of my top favorite oils that I attribute to my growth, is Jamaican Black Castor Oil. Jbco is very anti-fungal and keeps your scalp clean which is an important factor in hair growth.
     
    So what have you learned naturalistas? Choose the best shampoo, conditioner, moisturizer, and oil. You do not need a thousand different products for your hair. The simpler the routine, the better your hair’s health will be.


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    Are You Losing It? Ways To Keep Your Hair Strong

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    For women, and men, hair loss is something very hard to deal with. As we grow older, we notice that our hair is thinner where we want it to be thick, and thicker where we want it to vanish! You may have noticed your eyebrows have started to thin too.  Before you panic, there are some great natural ways you can keep your hair youthful for longer, and even encourage regrowth if you have started to lose your hair.
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    There have been loads of fad fruits and diets that claim to help us with our beauty regime; it can be confusing to know which to believe and which to ignore. But if you are suffering from thinning hair and you want to avoid getting a hair transplant then Coconuts might be the answer you have been looking for.  In the last couple of years, coconut oil has gained a reputation as a hair growth agent. Of course, there are other oils which we have been excited about when it comes to hair growth.  Olive oil and castor oil have both been used by people in the past, with a variety of results. However we think Coconut oil is the real deal, let’s have a little look at why.

    Coconut oil has been used as a hair treatment and conditioner for a very long time, in fact, it has quite an impressive historical track record.  Most commonly it was used in modern developing countries such as India.  In the countries where coconut is easily grown and where processed products are not so widely available, coconut produce was a great example of resourcefulness and people experimented with what it could do.

    Naturally high in fatty acids, the coconut is only surpassed in these essential fats by canola and avocado. Not considered a good staple for regular consumption, the natural acids, and fatty properties could be beneficial. It is the properties found naturally in the coconut that shampoo and conditioner companies try to mimic. Which seems silly, when they are readily available!

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    The natural acid in coconut oil will penetrate through oil build-up on the scalp. This penetrative quality, along with the antibacterial and antimicrobial qualities that acids have in general, is a good sign of maintaining cleanliness.  While you may think that putting oil on your hair will have the opposite effect, making it greasy and cumbersome, the qualities in it have the opposite effect and can strip toxins and dirt from root to tip!
    Oil lubricates. This means it is a fantastic way of soothing the abrasive damage caused by brushing. If you use it regularly, then you will find your hair begins to repair itself. Which will give you a fantastic light feel and fewer split ends?  Coconut oil wraps around the hair at the scalp and into the root, preserving proteins and retaining moisture. More proteins in the hair follicle make a stronger hair shaft. Moisture in the shaft keeps it flexible and less prone to breakage. It is also fantastic for your skin, for the same reasons.
    It is the way it works in your hair follicles that make it so good for encouraging hair regrowth. The vitamins in the oil will work with your body to replenish your cells. This means your hair will naturally start to grow back. You can see the difference if you use it on your eyebrows. The hair grows in places that you never thought it would; you will have a fuller, bushier natural brow. It also helps lengthen your eyelashes too. You just need to massage it on for a few minutes every morning and evening. 

    In a study from 2003, “coconut oil performed better as a pre-wash rather than a post-wash conditioner.” Why? The oil prevented friction, which kept the hair cuticle cells from swelling. Swollen cuticle cells in hair break when brushed or combed. So you are better to use coconut oil to wash your hair and not to as a conditioner, which again might seem a little strange!

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    The results will vary by hair type. The previously-mentioned study was only conducted on hair from individuals of Indian descent. Those with coarser or drier hair may not need the extra protein that coconut oil traps. Thinner oils, like argan oil, might be a better fit for some of the beauty recommendations we have added.  However, for regrowth reasons, it is by far the superior.
    You cannot use too much of it. Just like with many other nature-based health and beauty “secrets,” usually the secret is to use it sparingly. If you cake it on, you will inevitably do more harm than good.  Another issue with coconut oil is that It can interact with other products. Coconut oil has specific properties that when used with hair products that have a lot of chemicals could spell trouble. Just like when you start a new medication, you need to check how it can react to what you are already taken.

    Of course, using the oil topically isn’t the only way to help improve your hair loss situation. The more omega three fatty acids and Vitamin E you add to the diet, the more your cells will thank you. This will mean your eyes, nails, skin and hair will all improve. So while it is great to use it on the skin, try feeding your skin from the inside and see if that helps too.

    If you are going through therapy that may lead to hair loss, such as cancer treatment, then you could try to use coconut oil before you see any hair loss. Ask the doctor to ensure there are no reasons that you shouldn’t try it. You may also find a cold cap helps to reduce the number of healthy cells which are killed during treatment.
    If you’re looking for a beauty boost of the natural variety, coconut oil may be a good fit for you. Just remember, with any new product – even natural – there are risks so talk to your doctor and your dermatologist before going ahead and using it as your next big remedy!
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