11 Hair Growth Tips That Work

11 Hair Growth Tips That Work
Growing hair out requires patience, commitment, and much more. If you got a bad haircut or just want some growth, you can lengthen your hair and adopt some good habits along the way if you follow a consistent regimen.

If you are looking to grow your hair out without the use of harsh chemicals, medical treatments, or even extensions, you can do it on your own. Don’t be disappointed or bored with what you already have, simply build on it. Try out the following hair growth tips.

 

11 Effective Hair Growth Tips

 

1. Avoid Washing Hair Daily

If you want to grow your hair out, you need to avoid washing it every day. Depending on its texture, it might require some getting used to, but you should always remember that it is for your own good. Natural oils in your hair and scalp have an important role to play in hair growth. Excessive scrubbing and shampooing get rid of the oils, which leads to poor hair growth.

2. Dry Brushing Only

Wet hair might be easier to brush through and detangle, but water tends to weaken the hair shaft, which makes it easier to break. When it is wet, your hair is not as elastic and strong as when it is dry, which means that brushing and pushing can lead to breakage from the middle or root. That’s obviously not what you want when trying to grow out your hair. Brush your hair only when it is dry and before going to bed to promote growth.

3. Eat Right

Healthy hair has a good growth rate and for you to have healthy hair you must eat healthily. Hair is actually its own form of protein and requires to be fed with protein too. Leafy green vegetables, omega 3 fats, fish, and eggs are some rich sources of protein that fuels hair growth. Besides protein, it is also important to consume fats and iron since they too help nourish hair from the root to the tip.

4. Reduce Your Sugar Intake

Reducing your intake of sugar is easier said than done due to its abundance, but it is a sacrifice you have to make if you want to grow out your hair. Too much sugar destroys both keratin and collagen, which are needed for hair growth. Collagen is an amino acid that promotes hair strength, but sugar destroys it. If you cut down on your sugar intake, you will not only notice a difference in your hair growth, but also your skin and nails too.

5. Avoid the Heat

Too much heat is never good for you or your hair. Using curling irons, blow dryers, flat irons, and like devices excessively tends to siphon moisture from hair, which makes it weak. Unfortunately, weak hair has poor growth. While it is not realistic to recommend getting rid of your hot tools completely, exercise proper judgment and give your hair a break and watch it grow.

6. Drink Plenty of Water

Keeping your body properly hydrated is critical to its health as well as hair health. Severe dehydration can actually stop hair growth and dry hair strands usually break more easily. Fortunately, you can keep hair cells healthy by drinking plenty of water. You can also keep your hair hydrated by blow-drying it less often and at a lower heat setting as well as avoiding hair care products containing sulfates and silicones.

7. Oil and Condition Hair

Keeping your hair moist is critical to its growth. To lock in moisture, give yourself an oil treatment or deep conditioning regularly. The oil treatments can be done prior to or after washing to feed the hair strands with fatty acids. You can try any off these oils to promote hair growth: olive, jojoba, castor, coconut, or even argan.

8. Trim Your Hair

Trimming your hair might sound counterproductive if you want to grow out your hair, but it is critical to getting rid of the dry, damaged, and split ends that may work their way up the hair shaft leading to even more damage. Hair and beauty experts might have their own take on how to trim hair right, but it is still an important thing to do if you want to grow out your hair.

9. Inverted Massages

Inverted massage is a way to massage the scalp. This method of promoting blood circulation to the scalp has hair stylists and beauty bloggers raving. It is almost like a workout. To try it, sit in a chair and then bend over until the head is at a lower position than the heart. Next, use a wire scalp massager or your fingers to increase blood flow. Finally, add several drops of oil for a great session, but stop if you start feeling dizzy or light-headed.

10. Use a Silk Pillowcase Instead of Cotton

Cotton is not the best choice when it comes to pillowcases since it causes friction between hair and the fabric, which may result in bad tangles and subsequently ripped hair when attempting to brush them out. If you switch to a silk pillowcase, you will save your hair from catching on fibers since silk allows hair to glide over the surface, which means that the dreaded knots won’t form.

11. Manage Your Stress

Emotional, mental, or even physical stress can trigger all kinds of changes in the body, hair loss included. If there’s not stress most of your hair growing while the rest is resting. However, if major stress occurs, a shift occurs in the hair growth cycle. Hair follicles are suddenly less stimulated to grow. Incorporating stress-relieving activities such as yoga, meditation, and exercise into your everyday routine can go a long way towards promoting hair growth.

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Final Thoughts

Growing your hair out requires commitment and patience, but it is definitely possible. All you need to do is follow the 11 simple tips discussed here. Find the right combination of tips for your hair type and just let it grow. It can also be a good idea to keep track of growth from one week to the next. If nothing helps you may visit a doctor and discuss using Minoxidil topically or Finasteride (if you are a man).

 

Post by:

Dermatologist Marcela J

 

 

 

 

 

Marcella Jiovanni

Skin Care Professional

“Marcella Jiovanni actively promotes the importance of maintaining healthy skin, she envisions the future of dermatology as moving away from pure medical, pharmacological dermatology and flowing more toward a holistic approach to wellness and skincare.”



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