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What Works In Anti-Hair Fall Shampoo To Reduce Hair Fall?

by Avinash Malhotra Digital Marketer
Hair fall is a common problem experienced by both men and women. The reasons for hair loss can be hereditary, aggressive scalp condition, surgery, periods of stress, or low estrogen levels.

Luckily, there are ways to treat hair loss with a number of solutions available online or over-the-counter like shampoo for hair fall and leave-on serums -if you don’t like using oils- that help repair the scalp and restore balance.

Why does hair fall occur?

Hair is made of keratin substances formed from protein synthesis. Normally, a healthy human scalp has over 100,000 to 150,000 hair follicles that face a natural fall-out cycle just like our skin. The old follicles are frequently pushed out by new growing follicles. The average growth is said to be about ½ inch every month.

So, it is normal to lose around 75-150 strands of hair a day but more than that could be due to an underlying cause that needs to be put in check. 

There are many home remedies that according to studies are the first option people consider and they do provide relief for low-key situations but not for chronic conditions like Male Pattern Hair Loss and Female Pattern Hair Loss.

Here are a few DIY treatments for hair loss:

1. Steaming followed by oil massages
2. OTC medicated shampoo or lotion
3. Keep a diet diary to see if you need to make any changes
4. Cleansing two or three times a week with a sulfate-free shampoo

Anti-hair fall shampoo for hair fall is the most commonly used treatment but it is
important to understand what exactly in this formulation contributes to inhibiting hair loss. There is one hero ingredient that is often underestimated and not the name that usually comes to mind when looking to treat hair loss - Caffeine.

Caffeine is known to wake you up body and mind when you need them the most. It does so by stimulating healthy blood circulation charged with antioxidants to speed up reaction times, decrease fatigue and reverse oxidation effects. Similarly, a good head massage stimulates hair follicles to open up and receive all the right nutrients and minerals needed for healthy growth.

Caffeine can promote hair growth right from the anagen or initial phase. It does so by stimulating the production of ATP or high-energy molecules that counter the effects of DHT, the hormone responsible for causing hair loss. ATP extends the life of the hair follicle guarding it against premature shedding.

Furthermore, the antioxidant properties of caffeine repairs damaged hair shafts and
dispel the dry spell by restoring shine and flexibility. The best shampoo for hair fall
marketed by science-backed dermatologist brands like The Derma Co. has caffeine as a key ingredient to increasing growth rate, length, durability, volume, and sheen.

If you’re undergoing treatment for hair loss, here are a few tips to help maintain the
results: 

● Eat a balanced diet
● Do not tug at your hair or comb while it’s wet
● Brush hair with a wide-toothed comb
● Do not leave your hair tied or pulled back for long periods
● Avoid heat styling and chemical treatments
● Avoid stress by calming your blood levels down with chamomile or green tea

There is no one tried and tested way that works for all. For some losing more than 200 strands is considered normal and for some it is alarming. So, try out these methods, see what works and what your body is trying to tell you. It is also always best to get a second opinion in case you need stronger treatments.

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About Avinash Malhotra Freshman   Digital Marketer

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