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How To Have Healthy and Beautiful Hair?





Hair is your crowning glory. Healthy hair indicates health and youth. According to Wikipedia hair is a filamentous biomaterial that grows from follicles. Hair growth occurs in three phases. Do you know the benefit of hair apart from its beauty? It regulates body temperature and keeps the head warm.

Now the first step to a healthy and beautiful hair is to exercise. Exercise stimulates blood circulation. This nutrient rich blood nourishes the follicles and promotes hair growth. Stress results in hair fall on the other hand exercise reduce stress and helps in hair growth.

The next step is to have a well balanced diet. This promotes hair growth. Now let me tell you a secret vitamin B3 is said to be the backbone of hair growth process. You can obtain it from liver, chicken, beef, fish, legumes avocados and carrots. The top foods which help to have lustrous, bouncy hair includes salmon, dark green vegetables, beans, nuts, poultry, egg, whole grains and low fat dairy products.

The final step includes how much you take care of your hair. The first and foremost thing is to have clean hair. If you ask me it is better to use natural shampoos than the ones which contain chemicals. Blow drying, curling irons and straightening irons may harm your hair. These may be best put into use sparingly. Whenever possible allow your hair to dry naturally.

When taking head bath use lukewarm water, and avoid fast movements to dry your hair. Instead blot your hair with a towel and let it dry naturally. Avoid brushing your hair while it is still wet. Brush you hair less it limits hair loss. Avoid excessive styling of hair and extreme hair color changes. Always wear a protective head gear when you venture out in the sun. Moderation is the key. Love your hair and you will be amazed at the results.

Take care,
Swarnam

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