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Everyone Is Curious...Do Vitamins Really Help The Hair Grow???
One thing those suffering from hair loss overlook is nutrition. Everyone should supplement their daily intake with vitamins and minerals. The diet of your average person is usually to grab what they can while running out the door. This can often lack the nutrition, vitamins, and minerals that we as people need to remain healthy.
Even people who do watch their intake may not be getting enough of what the body needs. Proper nutrition is very important for healthy hair growth. It?s not only your body that needs a variety of nutrients. Your hair does too, and those nutrients are are essential to good hair growth and health. This brings up the question: Do vitamins really work? Well, lets take a deeper look into the answer of that question.
The first thing you need to know about establishing a new vitamin regi, is that consistency is important. Patience in this case, is very important because it could take as many as 3 months before you will substantially see any results from this new regimen. You should check with your doctor before you start a vitamin program.
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*Fill your diet with a lot of vegetables and foods high in Vitamin A, C, B Complex, Iron, Iodine and Copper.
*While hair grows on an average of 1/4 inch a month, as you age this process slows down dramatically.
*Hair does not turn gray with age, it actually loses color due to the lack of new color pigment in each strand of hair.
*There is no right answer for how often you should wash your hair, this varies for each individual. You will know best when you need to wash your hair.
*When you shampoo, only use a dab. You will be surprised how far just a little will go. If you have not received the desired amount of lather, add a little more water not shampoo.
*Using too much shampoo will strip natural oils from your hair and contribute to breakage and flyaways.
*Hair, massage the products into your hair. You can actually activate sabaceous glands, causing more oil to be released. Always blot hair dry, never rub.