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Getting hair care straight, how and what really happens to unhealthy hair?

How is Dandruff formed?
Scalp just like skin on any part of the body, has a life cycle that constantly regenerates. However, the sign of gathering of dandruff that is usually accompanied with scalp itchiness and loss of hair is the result of chronic inflammation in the scalp. When inflammation causes scalp temperature to rise above normal skin, oil start to accumulate in the hair follicles thus forming a scab like layer as it dries up and falls as dandruff. Researchers did an experiment; they soaked the dandruff into an organic solvent. It did not float but quickly dissolved away. This indicated it to be made of an oily substance, under the observation of a microscope; it clearly proves that dandruff originates from within hair follicles, blocking it from growing.

How Does Greasy Hair Cause Unhealthy Hair?
Nowadays people engage in more intensive and complex labor. Our busy lifestyle increases the release of Dihydrotestosterone also known as DHT - a male hormone, but also increases sweat the excessive secretion of sebum, causing an unclean scalp that induces a lipid environment for fungal overproduction. This fungus’s metabolism obtains nutrients from hair follicles stimulate chronic inflammation. Hair follicles start to shrink as hair growth gradually diminishes and creates unhealthy and flimsy hair.

Taking Care of Hair
Reduce frequent uses of chemical substances that come from dyeing, perming, hair gels or mousse that build up harmful effects in the long term. Reduce the potential of bacterial and fungal growth and wash your hair throughouly, massaging and rubbing the scalp. Avoiding wearing hats can prevent the clogging up of sebum and greasy hair. Resting well and things as simple as getting a good night's sleep can minimize fatigue and increase well-being for you and your hair.

A healthy lifestyle equals healthy hair
The main component of hair is a sulfur-containing amino acid protein, so a daily adequate intake of protein-rich foods, such as fish, poultry, milk, dairy products, soybeans and soy products are recommended.

Vitamin A to improve the maintenance of epithelial tissue, plays an important role in promoting growth and development. In carrots, spinach, lettuce leaves, almonds, nuts, mangoes and other fruits and vegetables, fish, shrimp and egg products also rich in vitamin A. Vitamin B can promote the metabolism of the scalp. Vitamin B is found in most fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, such as: wheat, red rice, peanuts, spinach, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, and lentils.

Vitamin E can promote blood circulation. Vitamin E is mainly present in walnuts, olive oil, corn, malt, peas, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and other foods. Lack of vitamins can lead to dry hair.

Therefore, we should pay attention our diet. Avoiding greasy, excessively sugarly and fat-rich foods can achieve a healthy body and hair.



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