FB

Mens hair

There are a plethora of things that affect your hair and its growth. Male pattern baldness is something that affects most men over the age of 50. There are a few ways to restore your hair volume and health, as well as to thicken your hair. Your hair care and eating habits are the easiest way to stall balding, but medication, supplements, and even surgery are also options to help you cope and manage thinning hair.

Keep reading for some of the top and most effective solutions to restore health and volume to your hair!

 

1. Wash Your Hair

Many men are concerned about washing their hair too much. It is a common misconception that the more you wash their hair, the more you lose but in reality, washing your hair actually helps thicken it. Dirty, greasy hair clumps together and lies flat, making your hair look clumpy and gappy. You should be sure to use shampoo regularly.  And wash with warm water. Avoid water that is too hot as it dries out the scalp and slows hair stimulation.

 

2. Use a Thickening Product

Shampoos, conditioners, and sprays to thicken your hair all contain special polymers that plump up the hair shafts and make them look fuller and healthier. The effects are only temporary, but regular use can thicken the hair up to 20 percent!

 

3. Put the Comb Down

You’re probably using the wrong comb. Your toothy tangle tamer or regular comb will do very little to add volume and are just downright terrible in general. Opt for wide-tooth combs if you must use a comb.

Using the wrong comb as well as consistently combing and brushing your hair can make it look limp and flat. A much healthier hair option is if you style your hair with your fingers. You have more control over natural-looking volume and it will improve the texture, too.

 

4. Use the Right Styling Products

Those heavy waxes and gels you’re using to style your hair are not doing it any favors and are thinning it out further. These products weigh your hair down and make them look flat and thin. Rather go for a styling mousse. These are lightweight, give the hair volume, and don’t disrupt the follicle as much as other styling products.

 

5. Consider Hair Pills or Vitamins

There’s a pill for everything these days. Consider taking a Biotin supplement to boost hair growth. Your hair loss could also be attributed to a vitamin deficiency, so stock up on those vitamins.

 

6. Consider Getting a Hair Transplant

Hair transplants have become an increasingly popular solution to hair loss. Leading professionals in Manchester Hair transplants say that it is important to have a certified doctor perform the procedure as this is a surgery. Many places don’t have a certified doctor perform the procedure, so, to best avoid painful complications, make sure that the professionals you go to for this treatment have one.

 

7. Give Up On That Nasty Smoking Habit

According to a study, not only does smoking increase the levels of hormones in the body that are associated with triggering hair loss, but it also constricts tiny blood vessels that supply the scalp with oxygen-rich blood, which leaves the scalp starving for the nutrients it needs to grow.

 

8. Don’t Be so Rough With Your Hair

Your hair is three times weaker when wet and rough towel-drying and over-combing can cause some serious damage, even snapping the hair. You want to avoid snapping hair at all costs, especially if your hair is already thin. Let your hair dry naturally and style it with your fingers.

 

9. Get a Cut That Suits You and Your Hair

You might try to combat baldness by growing your hair or parting it differently. In reality, longer is the wrong way to go. Shorter cuts are more flattering as they will make hair look denser and draw attention away from your hair and to your face.

 

10. Protect Your Head From Sunburn

Allowing your head to fry in the blistering heat is just begging for a hair loss catastrophe to happen. As well as making your hair brittle and fragile, sunburn causes the scalp to produce a compound that has been known to cause hair follicles to switch from the growth phase to the shedding phase. Wear a hat and stay out of the hot sun.

Now that you have a few more ideas of how to stop your hair from thinning do some more research, or go to a doctor to find out what’s best for you.