Hair has become the crowning glory for most people. Personally, I am very conscious, affectionate, and passionate when it comes to my hair. I think, most of us are, although we may seldom notice and admit it. But have you ever realized how specific you are with the hair style you want every time you go to the salon? Or have you ever wondered how much time it takes you each day to pamper your hair, or how conscious you become with your look, particularly with how your hairdo for the day looks on you? These may be only half conscious manifestations on how we really value our hair, because our hair naturally defines a big part on our overall physical presentation.
All of us want to grow a beautiful hair. This is the reason why more and more people, especially women, have been trying hair treatments that are believed to result to better hair growth such as hair re-grow, hair re-bond, hair straightening, hot oil treatment, hair cellophane, and even hair transplant. Of course, not everybody can afford these. Moreover, not everybody is willing to spend too much for their hair. One thing is certain; everybody wants a better hair growth.
Comfortingly, there are simple, natural, and less expensive means for a better hair growth. Among these are healthy diet, regular exercise, regular trimming, and choosing the right hair products. A thorough discussion of these things aims to give information on how to achieve better hair growth.
Healthy diet for better hair growth means we should increase our protein intake. Our hair, being naturally composed of hair keratin, needs sufficient amount of protein in order to regulate a healthy hair growth. Good sources of protein would be cottage cheese, beans, and yogurt. Also, make sure to stick to eight to ten glasses of water a day rule in order to allow hydration in your system which could help eliminate harmful substances damaging your hair. Avoid caffeine, as it contradicts the function of water in the hair.
Regular exercise regulates blood flow circulation necessary to promote hair growth. It does not only make our body healthy, but our hair as well.
Regular trimming, especially when split ends are present, could stop damages and breakages from spreading throughout other hairs. If left uncut, split ends could actually travel up until the hair shaft toward the roots of the hair causing greater damage.
Choose the shampoo and hair products that fits you and your hair. Some products may not be suitable for your hair type, thus causing damage or hair loss. Once a product does not work for you, look for another option instead of sticking with that product hoping you will be immune to it in time.