Best 5 Ways to Prevent Hair Loss

Best 5 Ways to Prevent Hair LossAt last Gentleman, you have noticed the receding hairline on your forehead! And you lovely lady, why are you so worried about your thinning hair? There are a good lot of ways that can stop your hair loss trend and bring back good volume to your “head-crown!” We're going to give away 5 sure-shot ways to prevent hair loss so that you can then work upon your hair growth regime to bring back your crowning glory! But before that take notice of a fact related to your hair loss, it’ll prove helpful to you.

We all lose some hair strands each day. So, it’s normal to see some hair coming off your scalp when you brush your hair daily. Normally we lose about 80-100 strands daily due to the end of life cycle of a hair strand. If that’s the matter, you don’t have to worry a lot. Just continue to have a stress-less healthy lifestyle including balanced diet. It’s when you see an abnormal loss of hair that you should start taking measures to stop this. There are many causes of hair loss. You may lose hair due to some hormonal changes, unhealthy lifestyle, junk food devoid of nutritional value, stress, some medication, vitamins deficiency, thyroid problems, menopause etc. Whatever the causes, you should try to eliminate them first and then resort to these home remedies for hair loss.

 Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is anti-microbial and anti-fungal. Applying it directly to your scalp helps keep it free of germs and dirt that can clog or damage your follicles. It does this without the harsh chemicals found in most hair care products. Yet it’s so strong that it has actually been used to treat head lice.1

If you use it before or after washing your hair, research shows that coconut oil can significantly reduce protein damage.2 You can pre-wash your hair with it to help clean your scalp of bacteria and buildup. It will also make your hair stronger and more resilient. No bad smell. No harsh chemicals.

Saw Palmetto

Saw palmetto does more than just support your prostate health.

Researchers believe that saw palmetto is effective for stopping hair loss because it stops testosterone from converting into dihydrotestosterone. It’s a compound linked to thinning hair and pattern baldness.3

You’ll find it in some high-end hair care products. But for the most benefit, we recommend you supplement. You can’t get this one from food and most multivitamins won’t give you enough of it.

Onion Juice

Ok, we admit it. This one does not sound pleasant. But onion juice really can make your hair grow.

One study showed that applying onion juice to the scalp twice a day caused hair regrowth in almost 90 percent of subjects. And they started seeing results in only six weeks.4

Like coconut oil, onion juice cleans the scalp. But it can also increase circulation and nourish hair follicles because it is rich in catalase. This antioxidant may help get rid of the hydrogen peroxide buildup associated with thinning and greying hair.5

As you can probably imagine, your hair may not smell great after trying this. Make sure to do this before washing your hair.

Vitamin D

This one isn’t all that surprising. Vitamin D keeps your hormones running smoothly, so it’s no wonder that it can help keep you from losing your hair.

Researchers in one study found that vitamin D may help stem cells grow new hair follicles in mice.6

Its receptors are crucial for hair growth. So while this vitamin won’t help you grow back hair that you have already lost, it may keep you from losing any more.7

Going out in the sun and getting active is an excellent way to get this vitamin. But you can also get it from eggs, cold water fish, and mushrooms.


Hair loss isn’t a problem exclusive to men. And in fact, it can be even more devastating when it happens to women.

One study followed 5,000 women over eight years. It found that women with low levels of iron in their blood tended to have the most hair loss.8

Iron helps transport oxygen to the scalp. Your hair follicles need oxygen to work at their best. Make sure that yours are getting enough air.

Reading all the above tips may give you a feeling as if hair care is a challenge. However, once you make a habit of taking proper care of your hair and also change your lifestyle to include good diet and exercises for body and mind, you’ll feel, how simple it is to pamper your hair!

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  1. After giving birth, my hair thinned out. I'm applying home made coconut oil now. I haven't seen much difference yet but i guess it takes time

  2. I agree with diet and exercise for healthy hair. Iron and coconut oil are really he best for healthy hair.

  3. i had this after giving birth too and my ob prescribed iron supplements on me. I will try the coconut oil though :) - kaycee

  4. This can really help prevent hairloss. People should add this nutrients in their diet.

  5. Curious about the Onion Juice!! Yikes! I like cooking with it but I don't think I'm gonna like the smell on my scalp.

  6. Vitamin D works for me. Will be saving this to my notes. Thank you

  7. Coconut oil really does wonders in thickening hair! I remember we used to apply some on our own scalps at home when we were younger, and my cousins and I now have very thick black hair.

  8. Thanks for sharing, I'll definitely let my dad-in-law know about this.

  9. I so need this! I've been having hair loss problems for the last five years or so. I haven't really found an effective treatment for it. So, I'll try these suggestions, but maybe not the onion juice. Haha!

  10. Thanks so much for sharing and I have to agree that coconut oil does wonders for the hair! Onion juice is a bit new though but I would have to give that a try soon ;)

  11. Glad to know this facts. This really helps