Last Updated on February 4, 2021
2. Learn how to brush your hair properly
Hair combing can be incredibly aggressive and can cause severe damage to your hair. Especially if you use the wrong type of hairbrush and if you do it while the hair is soaking wet. Since there’s no magic formula that works for everyone, you should ask your hairdresser about the type of hairbrush that better suits your hair and the best technique to do it. Also, getting to know your hair better will make it easier for your hairdresser to give you the most accurate tips. Brushing your hair the right way may seem like a small change in your hair care routine, but it might be just what you need to make your hair grow stronger again.
1. Reduce stress and anxiety levels
Stress and anxiety can lead to hair problems like telogen effluvium or alopecia areata, both of which have hair loss as one of their main symptoms. Taking good care of our mental health is just as important as taking good care of our physical well-being, so we should start behaving that way. Of course, it’s not always easy. Still, we need to make an effort to learn how to deal with stress in the best possible ways and find effective techniques to manage it, like meditation, physical exercise, or yoga. If you can’t do it by yourself, it’s best to seek professional help.