this is not for me this is for my sister
I got the following from a holistic website:-
A wholesome diet, rich in silica, calcium and iron, will help reduce or prevent hair loss. Green, leafy vegetables, especially sea vegetables, are good mineral sources. Raw oats provide silica. Dried fruits and cherry juice are rich sources of iron.
For women, thinning hair or hair loss can be a sign of a problem in the gastrointestinal tract. It could be a sign of insufficient stomach acids; It could also mean a deficiency of protein, zinc and other nutrients. Taking two acidophilus tablets after or between meals (four to six tablets per day) for two months will help.
this is my advice:- Massaging the scalp every day helps to stimulate follicles and not smoking can help maintain healthy cells.
Hair loss after pregnancy, or other stressful event is very common. it is called telogen effluvium. i see people for it all the time!!! it often happens 4-6 mos after the event, in my friend case, pregnancy. with her first 2 children, She actually had a bald spot. the good news is that it is not permanent. it happens because during pregnancy, hair that is in the resting phase is pushed into the growth phase.taking a multivit and b complex is a good idea though as biotin is supposed to be good for hair and nail growth. good luck!
During pregnancy or after giving birth is quite normal to experience in hair loss. But if you feel that you almost lost all your hair. You have to consult your doctor or i would suggest you to take Vitamins for hair loss from Reloxe because they have the tablets and they offer improved effects.
tell her have good hair hygene is by washing her hair regularly and comb it and of course moisturize it regularly do not always wear you hair out wear it in braids or a pony tail and braid the rest and go to sleep but tie your hair down with a head scarf or old pair of your stockings