How Do You Grow Hair Back?
Is it really possible to grow your hair back once it has stopped growing or has fallen out, and would you like to know how to grow that hair back again if you’ve had the unfortunate situation of rapid hair loss following a disease, illness, or an ailment?
To take full advantage of your body’s ability to grow your hair back, you need to understand that hair is actually made up of a protein called keratin. This is the same protein that also helps grow our finger and toe nails. Keratin, is essential for healthy hair.
What is Required to Grow Hair Back?
The key aspects that are going to be essential for you to provide the correct foundation for new hair growth, basically include a nutritious diet, good levels of regular exercise, and possibly even protein supplements to enable your body to have the protein building blocks it needs to build the keratin. By protein supplements, I don’t necessarily mean ‘body building’ protein supplements, although they will certainly help. Rather, you can achieve protein supplementation by including a little extra protein in your daily diet, for example; eggs, fish, tofu, etc.
Will a Multivitamin Supplement Help me to Grow my Hair Back?
It can also be useful to include a multivitamin supplement that includes B-6, biotin, Inositol, folic acid, beta-carotene, magnesium, sulphur, silica and zinc. Anything that helps to increase the production of the keratin proteins will also help you to grow your hair back again.
It is also really important, that during this time you are following (supposedly) an improvement in your lifestyle, it is also imperative that you keep stress levels to an absolute minimum, as having lots of stress in your life during the time you are trying to grow your hair back, will only stunt or halt any progress that is being made. Learning how relax through stress release methods, such as exercise, yoga, meditation and the like will help relieve stress from your mind, and help keep you on the road to success to growing hair back.