You do not always have to rely strictly on medical treatments to begin reversing and preventing hair loss. Before turning to invasive procedures, it is important to ensure that your body is getting the essential vitamins it needs in order to produce healthy hair.
Consuming the right vitamins and nutrients every day will help your body begin to regenerate healthy hair, as well as function properly over-all. You can find these vitamins in everyday foods and in easy once-a-day tablets. It is important to take these supplements only as directed by the manufacturer.
Vitamin A is serious to healthy hair growth. Vitamin A maintains a healthy sebum level on the scalp, resulting in healthy hair. Efficient sebum levels help hair maintain a healthy moisture level, which will actually improve both the look and quality of hair.
Vitamin A is very easy to find in every day foods. Liver, sweet potatoes, carrots, collards, spinach, kale, red and green leaf lettuces, and cantaloupe are all excellent and delicious sources of vitamin A.
Without B vitamins, hair growth is slowed and hair quality is compromised. B vitamins help with cell reproduction, so it is important to make sure you are getting enough to continue healthy hair growth.
Biotin in particular, (also known as “vitamin H”), is a very important B vitamin that supports healthy hair growth. Biotin strengnts hair quality, prevents further hair loss, and can even promote the growth of new, healthy hair. Biotin can be found in eggs, almonds, walnuts, and Swiss chard.
Vitamin C should not be overlooked when taking vitamins for hair loss prevention and treatment. Without enough vitamin C our hair can become brittle and malnourished. Vitamin C helps in the production of sebum, which strengthens the integrity of hair, as well as the health of the scalp. Vitamin C can be found in citrus fruits, guava, bell peppers, cantaloupe, and many other delicious foods.
Sufficient blood flow to the scalp is very important to growing healthy hair, as well as maintaining the health of hair that already exists on the scalp. Vitamin E is responsible for capillary growth which increases circulation to the scalp. High blood circulation to the scalp can result in faster hair growth, as well as noticeably healthy hair. Vitamin E can also be used in oil form directly on the scalp to return moisture directly to the scalp and to dry, damaged hair.