Hair Loss Prevention: Save Your Hair With These 9 Tips

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It's never too early to be proactive against hair loss. Whether at the beginning stages, later stages, or just thinking ahead, the tips below will help you minimize hair loss and keep your full head of hair longer.


Your diet plays a large part in achieving and maintaining a healthy head of hair. Just like every other system in your body, the scalp and hair follicles need the right nutrients in adequate amounts to sustain healthy growth.

  1. Protein

Hair follicles are primarily made of keratin, a protein. It is crucial to consume adequate protein to nurture healthy hair growth. Vegans and Vegetarians should be sure to eat enough plant-based proteins. High-protein foods include:

  • Fish
  • Chicken
  • Beans
  • Eggs
  • Nuts
  • Lentils


  1. Vitamins & Minerals

In addition to protein, your follicles also need vitamins and minerals to stimulate healthy hair growth. Four of the most common are iron, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin D. Eating a well-balanced diet is the best way to ensure you are consuming the micro-nutrients needed in adequate amounts. If you aren't getting what you need in your diet, you may need a supplement. Be sure to check with your doctor first.



How you care for your hair will have a direct impact on its health. It's important to take care of your hair and scalp.


  1. Clean Your Scalp

Be sure to thoroughly clean your scalp on a regular basis with a high-quality shampoo. Allowing buildup on your scalp will block the follicles and stimulate yeast and fungal growth, both of which hinder healthy hair growth.


  1. Avoid Heat

Using heat products such as curling irons on your hair can leave the strands dry and brittle, leading to breakage. Avoid using heat on your hair whenever possible. When unavoidable, use a heat protectant and set the device to the lowest temperature possible to achieve the desired results.


  1. Avoid Chemical Treatments

Just as with heat, chemical treatments should be avoided as well. Chemicals can damage hair strands and cause them to break, along with irritation to the scalp. If you have to use chemicals, then be sure to only rely on professional hairstylists.


  1. Wear Loose Hairstyles

Tight hairstyles constantly pull on the strands and follicles. Over time this can cause the hair to break and irreversibly damage the follicles. Instead, choose loose, gentle hairstyles with as little pulling on the hair as possible.




  1. Manage Stress Well

Prolonged high levels of stress can cause hair loss. Try to minimize the amount of stress in your life. The following strategies are good options:

  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Therapy
  • Change in lifestyle
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Rest and Relaxation
  • Sleep Hygiene


  1. Physical Exercise

Regular exercise is not only good for maintaining your physical health, but it also releases endorphins. These endorphins give you a natural "high" that improves your mood.



Knowing when to find professional treatment is important. If a change in diet, hygiene, hair care, and lifestyle has not stopped the progression of hair loss, it is time to seek Trichology Hair Regrowth products at a reputable hair loss solution center. Renee's Hair Boutique, Capilia Trichology Hair Loss Solution Centre is committed to helping you.

  1. Visit a Reputable Hair Loss Restoration Centre - Renee's Hair Boutique, Hair Loss Solution Centre

You do not have to live with hair loss.  Renee's hair loss solution center can help by diagnosing the root cause of your hair loss and presenting you with options for your unique situation.

Don't Waste Another Minute

Renee’s Hair Boutique, Hair Loss Solution Centre, at the Pine Centre Mall in Prince George, is here to support you with your hair journey. Whether you are experiencing mild thinning, complete balding, or anything in between, we have a hair loss solution for you.

Contact Renee's Hair Boutique today at 250-640-6184 or visit us at the Pine Centre Mall, in Prince George, BC.