7 Ways To Nourish And Boost Hair Growth

Hair care

Gone are the days when we focused solely on attaining flawlessly captivating locks. Now, it’s about strengthening hair health, a shift in perspective that resonates more deeply. In the quest for hair that radiates health and vitality, we all share a common desire: nourished and effortlessly manageable tresses. The pathway to achieving this goal lies in well-chosen products and a consistent infusion of vital nutrients.

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The natural growth of healthy hair takes place at a pace of 0.35 mm per day, adding up to about half an inch per month or 6 inches per year[1]. Factors such as diet, nutritional balance, hormone levels, genetic makeup, overall health, and stress can collectively impact hair growth. It’s crucial to evaluate which aspects require attention and take targeted actions accordingly.

We present you with 7 easy-to-do ways to help you achieve nourished and healthy hair.

1. Prioritize a Well-balanced Diet: Inadequate nutrition can impact your hair’s structure and growth[2]. Collagen, the body’s predominant protein, is pivotal in strengthening hair follicles and enhancing growth. To ensure optimal growth, your hair relies on a steady supply of these building blocks. Incorporate adequate amounts of protein-rich foods like fish, eggs, lean meats, low-fat cottage cheese, quinoa, and pulses. Also, increase the intake of essential nutrients such as zinc, iron, biotin, Omega-3 fatty acids, and various B vitamins that actively prevent hair loss, nourish your locks, and strengthen them.

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2. Vitamins & Supplements: Your diet alone can not be sufficient to meet the high nutritional requirements of hair. This is where supplements, such as biotin, iron, zinc, and omega-3, come into play as valuable aids. Biotin, in particular, is crucial in maintaining healthy hair, as it contributes to synthesizing key hair proteins like keratin[3]. Insufficient biotin has been linked to hair breakage and loss. However, before integrating supplements into your regimen, it’s wise to consult a medical professional.

3. Select the Ideal Shampoo: Opting for an unsuitable shampoo and styling product can lead to considerable hair damage. Prioritize products that align with your specific hair type – oily, normal, or dry – while addressing your concerns, like dandruff. For oily hair, choose tea tree oil, ginseng, and green tea formulas that cleanse and balance scalp sebum. For dry or damaged hair, opt for moisturizing shampoos infused with biotin, argan, and shea oils, restoring softness and repairing damage effectively. Steer clear of shampoos containing harsh elements such as ammonium lauryl sulfate or sodium lauryl sulfate.

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4. Opt for Tailored Conditioning: Conditioning is a vital post-shampoo step, essential for achieving hair that’s soft, lustrous, and easy to manage. Whether you opt for a standalone conditioner or a shampoo with built-in conditioning benefits, ensure uniform application by combing the conditioner through your hair, allowing it to stay for two to three minutes before rinsing. If you have normal hair, seek a strengthening formula that nurtures the scalp, maintaining a healthy balance. Select a lighter blend or a clarifying option for oily hair, apply it only to the midshaft or ends, and ensure thorough rinsing. For dry hair, choose a conditioner enriched with moisturizing oils, biotin, and keratin for protection and repair.

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5. Minimize Heat Exposure: Frequent hairstyling can damage hair, resulting in dull and neglected locks. The most effective strategy to nurture your hair entails limiting heat usage. When heat is necessary, apply a heat protectant beforehand and follow up with nourishing products to maintain hair vitality. To minimize harm when blow drying, maintain a distance of approximately 12 inches between your hair and the dryer, refraining from holding it too close. Let your hair dry naturally.

6. Indulge in Oil Champi: Treat your hair with warm oil – an easy yet powerful way to boost health. This nourishes your hair roots and follicles and revitalizes the scalp, enhancing blood circulation. Cover your hair with a shower cap after massaging in the oil for an extra boost. This simple step opens up your hair pores, allowing better absorption. Opt for olive or coconut oil if your hair is normal or slightly oily. For very oily hair, consider rosemary or jojoba oil. Dry hair benefits from herbal hair oils containing ingredients like Brahmi, almond, amla and hibiscus.

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7. Detangle with Care: Make sure to spend just 60 seconds detangling your hair before washing, regardless of its type. Wet hair is more delicate as water can weaken some of its bonds. Treat wet hair with care to prevent breakage. Aim for a trim every 10 to 12 weeks to keep split ends at bay and maintain the vitality of your hair.

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Achieving healthy hair might seem challenging, but it’s certainly attainable. By selecting natural and suitable hair products, you can provide your hair with the nourishment it needs to flourish and shine. Start your journey to vibrant hair today!

(The article is written by Dr.Subita Alagh, Senior Executive, and reviewed by Monalisa Deka, Senior Health Content Editor)


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2. Guo EL, Katta R. Diet and hair loss: effects of nutrient deficiency and supplement use. Dermatol Pract Concept. 2017 Jan 31;7(1):1-10. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK513312/#:~:text=Healthy%20hair%20growth%20occurs%20at,terminal%20hairs%20on%20their%20scalp.
3. Patel DP, Swink SM, Castelo-Soccio L. A Review of the Use of Biotin for Hair Loss. Skin Appendage Disord. 2017 Aug;3(3):166-169. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5582478/

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