How to control Hair Fall & Grey Hair( Dietary Tips)

Hair loss, a significant problem, can be considered as a vicious circle that seems to be never-ending. Even though stress is one of the leading causes of hair fall, the person gets more psychological stress after hair fall. Hair loss, also known as Alopecia or Baldness, can happen to a greater extent. It can jeopardise one's self-confidence by drastically changing his/her looks and make one look older.


According to Ayurveda, Hair growth in every individual is extensive and well-structured. The type of hair an individual primarily depends upon the body type and structure of the individual. It is the basic concept in Ayurveda that every person has a unique body type, broadly classified as the three; "Doshas";, namely, Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These different Doshas combine in different proportions in every individual and form his/her body type. This body type is majorly responsible for the hair type of the person. It makes it easy for the practitioners to pinpoint the cause and provide an effective Ayurvedic treatment for hair fall. Since every hair type has distinct features, the reasons for hair fall also vary from person to person.


Ayurveda – Hair loss Treatment

Ayurveda says that the leading cause of hair loss is the Pitta Dosha. Pitta Dosha is responsible for governing the metabolism and digestion of our body. If a person has terrible eating habits, stress or even anxiety, this will create imbalances in the metabolism and digestion of the body. It will further lead to Pitta Dosha, causing hair to fall. However, once you know the symptoms, it becomes quite easy to treat it. Apart from Pitta Dosha, there are other reasons as well that lead to hair loss. Also, these reasons are due to the hormonal imbalances in human bodies. Moreover, improper diet, lack of sleep and even dandruff or fungal infections lead to hair loss. Some diseases responsible for your hair to fall are Lupus or Diabetes.


Ayurveda has given three primaries, and the most needed concepts of care during hair fall treatment.

Nidana:

Nidana is one of the ideal components of Rogapariksha that involves diagnosis and examination of the disease or ailment.

Ahar:

Ahar involves the utilization of food as preventive and curative medicines.

Chikitsa:

Chikitsa involves all self-care and support.

Listed below are some of the most effective, tried and tested Ayurvedic remedies for

hair loss.

Amla

Amla is the most preferred ingredient for sustaining the hair healthy and keeping them healthy, beautiful and shiny. It is a natural immunity booster and contains all the essential fatty acids needed to strengthen your hair follicles, thus giving them a lustre. Amla contains a surplus of Vitamin C that even suspends premature greying of your hair. Moreover, Its high iron and antioxidants content improves blood circulation around the scalp region. The increased blood circulation helps stimulate hair growth, thus providing relief to your dry and itchy scalp. Take Amla powder, mix it with lime juice and make a paste. Massage this paste into your scalp and hair properly. Don't let the paste dry! Apply it for an hour and then rinse off with normal water. You will see immense changes in your hair! This technique is very beneficial.


Bhringraj

Nowadays, Bhringraj has become an essential product in hair care regimes. Mostly, the beauty therapists nowadays are prescribing Bhringraj oil to massage your scalp and hair. It is because of its outstanding properties that encourage hair growth very quickly and improve the quality of hair to a much greater extent. You can find a variety of versions of Bhringraj oil in different natural cosmetic brands. But it is much better to make your own natural, homemade Bhringraj oil. To do this, get a few Bhringraj leaves and dry them thoroughly in the Sun. Take a jar with coconut oil and put these leaves into it. Place this container in the Sun for two more days and wait for the oil colour to change. When you find its colour turned to light green, this means your oil is ready for use. Massage it evenly on the scalp and leave it applied for the whole night. Wash your hair the next morning. This will give you beneficial results.


Shikakai

Shikakai has fantastic hair-cleansing properties, and often used as a natural alternative to shampoo. It is rich in antioxidants and Vitamins A, C, K, and D, that keep your hair nourished, long and alluring. Make Shikakai powder at home by drying the pods in the Sun for a few days and then further powder them by grinding them in a mixer. Take two tablespoons of this powder and add it to a coconut oil jar. Keep this jar in a cool, shady and dark place for about 15 days. When it is ready for use, shake it thoroughly and then apply it. Use it at least twice a week to see amazing results!

Apart from adopting all these Ayurvedic remedies for hair loss, you should also maintain a healthy diet for your hair. A balanced diet will surely assist you in getting thicker, longer and more lustrous hair.


A balanced diet should contain the following ingredients in the right proportions for the

best results:


Vitamins and Minerals

Vitamins B, C, A, D, and E are the most crucial to your hair. They help to strengthen your hair and protect them from damage and dryness. Some of the familiar Vitamin sources are fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds. Minerals are equally essential to make your hair stronger. Zinc and Selenium are the two minerals that protect your hair from dryness. Natural sources of minerals are walnuts, eggs, green peas, spinach & whole grains. Since haemoglobin carries enough oxygen to your hair cells, so iron intake should be adequate. It will also stimulate your hair growth. So, make sure to include all the necessary vitamins and minerals in your diet.


Proteins

Protein is the macronutrient present in your hair follicles. Thus, including a proper amount of protein in your hair is very much essential for your hair growth. Lack of protein in your diet ceases hair growth and promotes damage of your hair. So, try getting a whole amount of protein required for your hair. The sources from where you can get protein are - eggs, white meat, dairy products, legumes and algae.


Omega-3 Fatty Acids

These are present in the cell membranes of your scalp's skin. Omega-3 is the commonly known fatty acid that is Poly-unsaturated. These encourage healthy hair, more hair growth and bring shine to your hair, thus relieving your dry scalp. Therefore, it is crucial to get a requisite amount of Fatty acids in your diet to improve your hair strength and quality.


Effective Ayurvedic treatment for hair fall helps reduce your hair fall to a large extent.It provides you with a long, bushy, and beautiful hair that you never expected to happen again. The products which you use on your hair or for intake has to be of the highest quality.


At Alphavedic, make 100% natural ingredients that are of premium quality. We make

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