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5 Proven Thin Hair Treatments by Experts

We all deal with thin hair at some point in our hair journey which is a natural phenomenon, but it often gets tougher as we get older and the hair starts to lose its thickness and volume. Thin hair is often associated with diet, genetics and nutritional deficiencies and sometimes linked to underlying medical conditions which can affect people’s self-esteem. Apart from this, hormonal changes in  women can also increase thin hair. This often happens due to stress,oral contraceptives, thyroid problem, and during menopause and after child birth.

Another culprit of hair thinning is inflammation in the scalp accompanied by irritation, itchiness which is very visible in fungal infection, dandruff, psoriasis and many more. When it is not treated. The first step is to know why your hair is thinning and find the best treatment to stop it and increase your hair thickness and volume. It is essential to see a doctor if you have an underlying medical condition to get the best medication for your hair growth. You can also check 1 Gravity reviews to read about how their recommendations have helped many people. With that said, here are 5 proven thin hair treatments by experts. 

Lifestyle changes

Research has shown that certain changes in your lifestyle can help prevent hair thinning. These changes including eating a balanced diet. Diet plays an important role in our overall health and provides the hair all the nutrients it needs to grow and stay healthy. Eating food filled with vitamin D helps to stimulate hair growth. Fatty acids such as salmon, soya bean oil, also improve hair shines, increase its density, and strengthens the hair. And taking vitamin C helps to absorb the iron needed to grow hair and it’s also a powerful antioxidant which the body needs to function well. 

Invest in essential oils

Essential oils have a long history of improving hair and it is not harmful. They help increase blood flow which promotes a healthy scalp and boost hair growth but it is important to always dilute it with a carrier oil such as jojoba oil, avocado oil, olive oil, coconut oil, and others to avoid irritation. Talk to a professional like 1 Gravity to recommend the best essential oil for hair growth and you can also go through 1 Gravity reviews to see how they’ve helped others.

Avoid excess heat

Thin hair is prone to breakage and very sensitive to heat therefore, you need to keep your hair healthy all the time. Using high-temperature heater to straighten, curl or blow-dry your hair can lead to permanent damage. Avoid using heat on your hair for a long time and always use it on lower temperatures. The best way to minimize heat on your hair by using it twice to three times a year to reduce hair damage. 

Use medications 

The Food and Drugs Administration has recommended some prescription drugs that can be used for the treatment of thin hair. This medication includes minoxidil and others. The drugs are often prescribed to people suffering from excess hair thin and it is very effective. While some are applied topical, others are taken orally and hair improvement is seen between 6-12 months. The downside of this medication includes erectile dysfunction, skin irritation, gynecomastia, and others.

Use the right product

We all have different types of hair and they react to products differently, therefore, always do thorough research on every product before using it. Thin hair is more delicate and prone to breakage which means they need to be handled with care and not over manipulated. The product used on them such as shampoo, conditioners, and cream must not be harsh and works well for thin hair. Many products are also available in the market that is specially formulated for thin hair. 

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