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Don't let your hair down.

Don't let your hair down.

A good mop of thick, shiny, bouncy hair is not just cosmetic but is an indication of your good health. Not to mention, it also does a world of good to your confidence and self-esteem. You wouldn't think twice about letting your hair down if you have the hair that's flaunt-worthy, isn't it? It's definitely not just the shoes that a man or a woman is known for. Hair also defines your personality and it's all out there in pop culture. Songs are dedicated to it. From Hair by Lady GaGa to The Hair Cut Song by Ray Stevens.

Goes without saying that the sight of strands of hair sticking to a comb every time you run your comb through it can be disheartening. Not to mention, a mop of hair escaping down the sinkhole after a wash. All these are definite signs that you're losing hair. Over what? Well, the reasons can vary and it's important to find out what's behind it all before you get down to solving the problem.


Let's get to the root.

While stress is one reason, it's not the only one. Hair loss can be attributed to many reasons. In allopathy, hair loss is not considered a disease but a symptom. And that we think is the problem.

Our lifestyle, hormonal changes, genetics, scalp hygiene, all play an important role in hair growth or the lack of it. The most common cause of hair loss is a hereditary condition that kicks in with aging called androgenic alopecia, which is male pattern balding and female pattern balding. As mentioned before, hormonal changes, such as due to pregnancy, menopause and thyroid can also be a contributor. Medical conditions like alopecia areata, an autoimmune disease that attacks hair follicles and scalp infections can also lead to thinning and loss of hair.

The big culprit.

While pinning the blame on one thing sounds premature, the fact is, most allopathic medicines have side effects. To put speculation aside, hair loss has been scientifically attributed to certain drugs such as those for arthritis, heart, high blood pressure, to name a few. You can again blame it on the hormonal imbalances it brings about. Speaking of side effects, according to the AAD, your doctor may recommend minoxidil in conjunction with other hair loss treatments. Minoxidil causes scalp irritation and hair growth in adjacent areas, such as your forehead or face. (Source healthline.com) There are also issues of suppression of the immune system which comes from steroids like prednisone. Not to mention the presence of compounds like parabens and sulphates in shampoos and conditioners, which are harmful to the body.

Common sense says that if we take care of the root problem of hair fall, we nip the problem of hair fall and thinning of hair for good. While allopathy won't solve the hair problem from its roots. You can.


Be gentle with your hair.

Little changes can go a long way. Sometimes the solution is an obvious one, and all it takes is a conscious decision to make that switch. Like treating your hair well for one.

Avoid tugging while brushing and combing. Not tieing your hair tight with bands and into braids. Avoid harsh treatments that contain strong chemicals. It's harmful in the long run. Homoeopathic hair fall solutions can be your long-term solution. It's as gentle as it gets, and it's free of harmful chemicals like sulphate and paraben.

Founders Homeopathy hair-care range is one such that has a complete range of hair care products, manufactured with one thing in mind. The wellness of your hair. These products bring together modern methods with the ancient science of homoeopathy to solve the problem from its root cause. From shampoo to conditioner to hair oil to after shower serum. Founders Homoeopathy has it all.
Try it out and you'll be ready to let your hair down. As someone rightly said, there's no such thing as a perfect life, but your hair can be perfect.

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