We’re Hair for You: Treating These 3 Usual Hair Problems

We’re Hair for You: Treating These 3 Usual Hair Problems
25 Mar 2021

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Making hair beautiful and treating it with care are two very different things. You can make your hair beautiful by putting various products on it and subjecting it to intense heat to create your desired results, such as big curls, frizzy effects, or smooth and straightened hair.

But you have to admit that even though those methods can lead to beautiful creations, they aren’t the best way to care for your hair. In fact, they can be highly damaging to the hair structure, which can lead to unhealthy and dull locks.
Bad hair days can be rare for some people, while some live in a constant state of it. That doesn’t make them any less annoying to deal with, especially when you are strapped for time. There are quick fixes for these problems, but that will lead you back to square one after the day is over.

Hair problems can happen to anyone. They can be caused by lifestyle habits or an indication of underlying medical conditions. If your bad hair days continue despite the changes you are doing, you might need to seek expert help. Here are a few ways to deal with these three common hair problems:

Hair Loss

On an average day, most women can experience losing 50 to 100 hair strands throughout the day. That’s not something to be worried about because hair strands automatically fall out when they reach the end of their life span, which is why it’s normal to have hair fall as you shower or brush your hair.

However, there’s a fine line between regular hair fall and losing excessive amounts of hair, especially if the latter leads to hair thinning, scalp problems, or bald spots. When this starts happening to you, you might want to consider consulting an expert about potential hair loss treatments.

This is because hair loss can be caused by serious underlying health conditions such as thyroid problems, stress, pregnancy, autoimmune diseases, and hormonal imbalance. Excessive hair loss can also be hereditary and triggered by your genetic make-up, which can be difficult to resolve with simple home remedies.

Dry or Rough Hair

There can be many reasons for having dry hair, such as continuous exposure to heat, chemicals, pollution, or underlying health conditions like anemia and hyperthyroidism. Dry hair can also result from physiological occurrences, such as menopause, pregnancy, or hormonal imbalance.

When your hair feels dry or rough, it may be a sign for you to treat it with more care and gentleness. Dryness or roughness is an indication of excessive oil stripping, making the hair feel soft and moisturized. Oftentimes, dryness is a result of washing the hair with hot water or excessive shampooing.

The best way to replenish your hair’s moisture is by showering with cold water, lessening the number of times you shampoo your hair and applying coconut or other natural oils. Doing so can help your hair breathe and reverse the damages caused by your habits.

Damaged Hair

Constant styling and exposure to chemicals can result in damaged hair. Using straighteners, curlers, hairdryers, and other styling devices every daycan turn your head into a sprawling bird’s nest of damaged hair because it is malnourished.

Getting your hair routinely colored can also cause hair damage, especially if you don’t do the appropriate aftercare treatments. Salon services such as bleaching, coloring, highlights, and touch-ups can lead to dryness, breakage, dullness, or split ends.

That’s why if you’re constantly subjecting your hair to heat styling or chemical treatments, then you should devote time to caring for your hair. This can be done using a specially formulated shampoo and conditioner, minimizing heat exposure, or getting regular hair masks to replenish the lost nutrients.

The Road to Having Healthier Hair

Your hair is your crowning glory because it’s the very first thing that people see. It can be used as a means of expressing your personality, or it can provide your scalp with ample protection against the sun. Like your other organs, your hair needs protein, iron, and other vitamins to stay healthy.

Another way to restore your hair’s former glory is by consuming heart-healthy food that is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin A, selenium, and zinc. Your scalp, hair, and body can benefit from consuming these food items, along with whole grains, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products.

So don’t worry too much about dull and lifeless hair, especially because stress can contribute to its unhealthy appearance. There’s still hope for you if you’re only dealing with dryness, breakage, or split ends. And if it’s something more serious, it won’t hurt to seek professional help before it’s too late.

Cheers,
Big Daddy

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Craig Silva

Craig is a husband, a father, team leader, senior youth group coordinator, designer, brander, community builder, volunteer, blogger, and social media manager. Craig likes to go camping, travel, go on road trips, watch movies, read with his girls, build stuff, operate the grill, and play bass guitar. In June 2017, PR firm Cision identified Craig as one of Canada’s top 10 most popular male bloggers in the parents and family space. Known as Big Daddy Kreativ, his blog specializes in travel, lifestyle, food, automotive, events, parenting, movies, tech, recipes, health, pets, reviews, and giveaways.

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