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Biotin and protein-rich foods, such as eggs and milk, can help promote healthy hair (& nail growth). Biotin is also found in bananas. Vitamin nutritional supplements including antioxidants, such as vitamins C and E and omega-3 fatty acids, are also a good option. Before taking a supplement always check with your doctor.
1. Feeding Your Body The Right Food
Chances are that the shampoo you’re using right now contains chemicals that are causing more harm to your hair, causing breaking and loss. To avoid this problem, stay away from sulphates, polyethylene glycol, and parabens. Instead, look for shampoos that have chemicals that help plump each strand of hair, making them appear thicker.
2. Time To Switch Your Shampoo
Yoga, meditation, and mindfulness can help you immensely to restore calm and soothe your overworked mind. Even a few minutes of meditation every day have shown to be quite effective in lowering stress levels. It may be able to help you break the stress cycle that is causing your hair loss. Make time for hobbies and other enjoyable pursuits that can enable you to unwind from your life’s stresses.
3. Practice Relaxing Methods
It may be very helpful to get professional help from a therapist when big stressor events are causing conditions like telogen effluvium. A counsellor, psychologist, or psychiatrist may be able to help you create better methods to cope with these stressful situations. And, c’mon, break toh banta hai and there’s no shame in asking for help when you need it.
4. Talk To A Therapist
Stress and anxiety and sleepless nights go hand in hand, don’t they? This lack of sleep can further cause more problems that will upset your body and its hormone levels. Try to sleep at least 7 to 9 hours each night. Sleeping in a cool, dark room, blocking noise, and keeping devices out of the bedroom are all good ways to develop a habit of sleeping on time and peacefully.
5. Get. That. Sleep.
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