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Tips to Re-grow Lost Hair in 10 Days

To stimulate the process of hair growth, a regular supply of minerals and vitamins is needed for the body. Lack of any essential mineral can hinder the hair growth thus, leading to hair loss. Here is how you can prevent it.

Home Remedies By Vasudha Bhat / Nov 25, 2014

Fighting Hair Loss

Hair loss has become an epidemic that has affected people all across the globe irrespective of their age and gender. Hair loss can give a sudden blow to your overall personality and confidence.

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The Reason

When the hair enters the anagen, a phase in the cycle of hair growth also known as the active phase of the hair, the cells in the root of the hair start diving rapidly. Thus, a new hair is formed and the hair that has stopped growing is pushed up the follicle and eventually out. Many people cannot grow their hair beyond a certain length and this mainly happens because of a short active phase growth. But, you don’t have to worry anymore because help has arrived. Here are few tips that will help you process the stunted growth of hair in 10 days.

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Fight Stress

If you have been experiencing hair loss, it is time for you to check your lifestyle. When there is a change in the sleep or stress levels, it may lead to hair loss. Reschedule your lifestyle and stay away from stress as much as possible.

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Eat Salmon

Salmon, sardines, trout and mackerel contain vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids which can boost hair growth. The body cannot create fatty acids on its own and these acids can make up to 3% of your hair shaft. So, eat salmon whenever you can.

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Avocado, Pumpkin Seeds and Walnuts

All these foods are also rich in omega-3 acids and can be a boon for vegetarians. These foods have zinc, the absence of which can be a cause for hair loss.

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Oysters are loaded with zinc, iron and protein. Six oysters contain 220 percent of your daily value of zinc, 33 percent daily value of iron and eight grams of protein.

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Eggs are a rich source of protein, zinc, selenium, sulfur and iron. Deficiency of iron can be one of the main causes of hair loss in premenopausal women.

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Green Leafy Vegetables

These vegetables are an important source of iron. Vegetarians who experience hair fall must consume green leafy vegetables like spinach that are low in cholesterol than animal-based sources.

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