“Amazing hair adds some kind of personality to your image and naturally beautifies you. A good hairdo makes you the “eye candy” while, if there are obvious dandruff flakes, you are certainly being eyed for a different reason. It is important to know that our physical and psychological conditions affect our appearance. Hence, we need to cultivate a stress-free, optimistic and positive attitude to be charming and attractive always.”
Cope With Hair Loss
Whether it’s stress, menopause, your thyroid or even genetics, hormonal imbalances can affect your hair growth dramatically. The good news is, there are medical solutions to tackle this imbalance:
-Birth control pills (to regulate your hormones)
-Talking to your doctor about a prescription called glucophage
Your diet can also affect hair growth, especially if you don’t eat a lot of meat. In order for hair to grow in properly, it must contain the essential nutrients that assist in a healthy growth cycle. Luckily, diet is something we can control: Take a biotin supplement paired with a multivitamin that contains zinc and iron.