A lot of changes takes place in our bodies as we age. Although, stress reduction techniques definitely affect the chemistry of your body in a positive way, in today’s day and age of stressful and materialistic environment, we need to provide our hair with much more attention than ever before.
If you are in your thirties and your head is still flocked with hair, consider yourself a minority. More and more people are going bald in their thirties than ever before. But, all is definitely not lost. There is lot you can do to take care of your hair than you think. Imagine having those thick, vivacious appearing locks that you once had in your twenties. Can you still have them? The answer is an absolute yes. In this post, we will point exactly how to achieve that, especially if you are in individual in your Thirties or even beyond. Stay Tuned!
Diet Rich in Protein
Just like your skin, your hair needs protein on a consistent basis in order to repair themselves and keep healthy. A healthy breakfast consisting of proteins especially and vitamins is the first step you can take to make your hair grow healthy. Omega 3, Salmon, avocados and fruits will yield even much more positive result to get thick hair.
Don’t wash your hair
Brush your hair frequently
Brushing your hair serves two purposes. Firstly, it improves the blood circulation in the scalp and surrounding areas and secondly, they distribute the natural essential oil to every strand of hair, allowing you to achieve a shiny and lustrous thick hair.
Exercising not only helps to achieve an optimum blood circulation to all parts of the body, including your scalp, but they also release endorphins.
Sleep is an important aspect of life. It allows your body to recuperate from physical as well as mental stress from your day to day life. It is important to note that how much a better diet you take, or you run a mile for better blood circulation, stress hormones are likely to counter those benefits. Keep your mind relaxed and your body restful so that you keep the stress hormones at bay. And sleep allows that.
Hydration is important. More than 90% of your body is made
The Gene Myth
Contrary to the popular myth, gene only determines the hair texture and curls. The quality of hair depends on the diet, stress level and more importantly, the perception of an individual. While we may argue about the importance of diet and quality rich foods, there are beggars in the street roaming around with although, dry, rusty and frizzled hair (due to their lack of nourishment), the full flock of hair on their head depicts that other factors are also at play in keeping your hair thick and healthy. See the below image to understand what we want to convey.
Quality Hair growth oil made with natural and organic sources
While you definitely need diet and positive perception, you can aid your hair with a
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