Getting enough protein in your diet is important for hair growth, as hair follicles consist mostly of protein.
Protein-rich foods that may help boost hair health include:
- fish, like mackerel and salmon
- nuts and seeds
- lean meats
- spinach and kale
- beans and legumes
Like the rest of your body, your hair needs specific vitamins and minerals to be healthy and strong.
The vitamins and minerals that may be most important for hair growth are:
- Vitamin A: found in sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, spinach, milk, eggs, and yogurt
- B vitamins, especially biotin: found in egg yolk, liver, salmon, avocados, nuts and seeds, and dairy products
- Vitamin C: good sources include citrus fruits, strawberries, and bell peppers
- Vitamin D: found in fatty fish, egg yolk, and fortified foods like milk and orange juice
- Vitamin E: good sources include sunflower seeds, almonds, spinach, and avocados
- Iron: found in oysters, clams, eggs, red meat, lentils, and spinach
- Zinc: good sources include oysters, beef, pumpkin seeds, and lentils
Keeping your hair clean is important. But most shampoos use ingredients that strip away your hair’s natural oils in an effort to reduce oiliness and remove dirt.
Unless your hair is extremely oily, you can probably cut back to washing with shampoo two to three times a week instead of every day. Washing your hair too frequently may dry it out and possibly weaken the hair shaft.
Also, don’t use too much shampoo.
Silicea: One of the most popularly prescribed medicines in homeopathy is Silicea. It is derived from human tissues and sandstones. This medicine is excellent for strengthening the hair, eliminates the dryness by providing complete nourishment to the hair and is famous as a growth enhancer.
- Consult with Doctor .