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If your hair has darkened and become dry, it’s important to take care of your health as the cause may be related to internal or external factors. The following factors are known to have a negative effect on hair:
- Hot hair dryer;
- Incorrectly selected comb;
- Hard water;
- Incorrect painting;
- Inappropriate shampoo;
- Ultraviolet radiation;
- Internal organ diseases;
- Daily stress.
This is not an exhaustive list of factors that affect hair condition, so before starting treatment, it’s important to identify the underlying problem.
Hair loss can have various causes such as seborrhea, nutritional disorders of the scalp, stress, infectious diseases, strict diet, pregnancy, abuse of medical drugs, lack of vitamins, curling, and dyeing of hair. To combat hair loss, it’s recommended to include calcium-rich foods, fruits, vegetables, and vitamins in your daily diet. For hair damaged by constant stress, drinking a sedative or teas with mint and lemon balm may be helpful. Applying a mask made of grated onion mixed with honey and a little olive oil to the hair roots for half an hour before washing it off may also help.
Gray hair is usually associated with the aging process of the body, but if it appears early, the causes may be heredity, severe stress, or previously undetected diseases. Hiding gray hair can be achieved through hair dye or henna powder, which not only color the curls but also treat their condition. To prevent gray hair, taking vitamins that strengthen the body’s vital activity such as A, C, E, riboflavin, group B vitamins, and methionine can be helpful.
Seborrhea is a common condition caused by a violation of the sebaceous glands of the skin, which can be influenced by genetic factors, changes in the activity of sebaceous glands and microflora, problems with the gastrointestinal tract, stress, and depression. To treat seborrhea, it’s recommended to drink tonics, vitamin A, vitamins of group B, D, E, ascorbic and nicotinic acids, sulfur, calcium, copper, and iron preparations. Special shampoos and a honey mixture made of honey, castor oil, and mayonnaise can also help.
Brittle hair can be treated by taking vitamins A, E, and calcium, avoiding over-drying, curling, and combing hair gently with a single-tooth comb, and not using a hair dryer. Washing hair with warm water and rinsing off the conditioner with cool water can also be beneficial. Applying a simple mask made of kefir or sour milk, tincture of medicinal herbs, gruel from 2 cloves of garlic and a small onion (grated), and a teaspoon of honey to the hair 2 hours before washing it off may also help.
Damaged ends of hair, also known as chopped ends, often affect long hair, causing it to break along its length or at the tips. To treat this issue, restorative shampoos with ingredients like biotin, vitamin B5, chamomile extract, lime blossom, mint, and wheat germ can be used. Additionally, wooden combs with wide, single teeth can help prevent further damage. For damaged hair, a protective cream or balm can be used, along with almond or olive oil applied with massaging movements before washing.
Trimming the damaged ends of hair every 6-8 weeks is recommended, and for those with long hair, it should be done once a month. Sealing the ends of damaged hair with hot scissors in a hairdresser’s salon can also be an effective solution. It’s important to avoid styling products that contain alcohol and never comb wet hair, especially with a metal comb.
Experts have identified some key foods that can help prevent hair loss and improve its overall condition. Red fish is rich in linoleic acid, protein, vitamin B12, and iron, all of which are essential for healthy hair. Kefir and other dairy products contain casein and calcium, which help prevent hair loss and promote hair growth and strength. Legumes like beans are also beneficial, as they contain biotin, iron, protein, and zinc, all of which can help prevent brittle hair.
To ensure your hair is healthy and beautiful, it’s important to pay sufficient attention to it and provide it with the care it needs.