Can’t Cope With Excessive Hair Loss? Dry hair? Dull hair? Dandruff? Isn’t there a hair product that you haven’t tried?

Little hair loss is a common phenomenon in both men and women. The average adult has about 100,000 to 150,000 strands of hair and losing between 50 and 100 strands per day is considered normal. Hence, finding some stray hairs on your hairbrush isn’t necessarily a cause for concern.

However, excessive hair loss can be a problematic problem that is often worrying and affecting self-esteem, especially in women. Your hair is meant to be a crowning glory, a direct expression of a person’s personality and style.

There are several causes of hair loss, from medications to hormonal imbalance to the type of diet you eat when you are stressed at work. Getting natural is the best solution to hair problems if you have alopecia – a condition that causes hair loss in some parts of the head. Simple changes in your diet, hair care, and lifestyle can slow down hair loss.

Dryness, dullness, split ends, dandruff and especially hair loss are the most common problems our hair faces in winter. Hair and skin tend to become dehydrated and lifeless in winter. Dealing with these issues isn’t difficult once you know your hair texture and condition. The best thing is to go the natural route, yes, try natural home remedies. Dryness is the most common hair disease. There are two types of drought: natural and post-chemical. Both need regular hydration. Conditioners, hair spas, or other chemical-based products or treatments will only work temporarily. You have to do something better. Preconditioning is the answer. Apply oil for 5 minutes a day before washing. Use mustard oil for this treatment. Mustard oil is the best for the hair and the preconditioning controls dryness very well. It is also important to keep the body hydrated and drink plenty of fluids, especially water. Avoid direct heat with hot styling tools and the sun.

The dullness of the hair occurs when it is not well cared for in the winter, especially when it is chemically treated. If your hair texture is greasy or normal, you can mix henna with water and a spoonful of cottage cheese. This gives the oily scalp good control and gives the hair color a natural sheen. It also gives bounce to straight hair. Henna should only be used for 15 minutes before washing.

Almost all of us get split ends in our hair. They make the hair look rough and unfashionable. Unfortunately, split hair cannot be treated with any products. Once you have it you have to cut it. Be regular with your haircuts in winter, be gentle with your brushing and washing. If you work with preconditioning regularly, you won’t get split ends. So regular haircut and pre-conditioning to control split hair.

Dandruff is common and becomes severe if not treated in a timely manner. To treat dandruff, it’s important to always keep your hair clean. Wash your hair daily. Mix turmeric (haldi) with water and apply to the scalp for 10 minutes before washing once every 15 days. Haldi is very good at treating dandruff, but daily washing is a must. If you find oily dandruff in your hair, wash your hair frequently and don’t apply a hair care pack to your scalp. For oily dandruff, it is a must to see a doctor.

Hair loss is something you get every season, but it increases sharply in winters and rains. This happens due to excessive drought and dehydration in winter. You need to work on a healthy diet with plenty of fluids, cut and brush your hair regularly. Preconditioning and daily washing are most helpful for hair loss. Before washing, apply oil to hair for 5 minutes every day and use regular hair shampoo. If your hair is clean, it won’t fall out. The haircut takes the extra weight off the scalp and makes the ends healthy, which works against hair loss. No drug or treatment works better than preconditioning, washing and cutting for hair loss.

Complicated treatments are not always effective, hair care should be simple, and you can maintain it regularly. Also, don’t follow others in hair care, everyone has different hair needs and requires different treatments.