The Hair Growth Journey
Hair loss is a normal part of life, naturally it regrows. There are reasons however that this may not be the case and it's for these reasons we step in and create solutions.
Your journey doesn't stop here.
You can start proactive steps today through the use of natural products, that are organic, tried, tested and formulated with trusted hair and scalp products that have seen constant results.
Here at Australia Hair Clinic we are journeying to pull together tried and tested products from around the globe to bring you an answer to the hair struggles so many face.
Whether this be thinning, breakages, balding, dullness or scalp issues we have products that can bring a natural remedy to these things.
Understand why. hair
CChanging the diet to include foods that up-regulate the hair growth response and signal pathways in the body is important. This can be done well with supplements in nutrients such as:
◦ Horsetail Extract
◦ Vitamin D
◦ Vitamin B Complex
◦ Horsetail Extract
◦ Beta Sitosterol
It is however incredibly important although many of these can be found in supplements or used in great hair product, that the majority are found in food sources eaten. Complex carbohydrates give amazing nutrients, snacking on fruit. and incorporating protein rich foods into the daily diet.
HHair products with inorganic chemical matter can have adverse effects on the way hair grows and the overall health of the scalp. This is why it is important to use sustainable hair products from the start of your hair care journey to ensure the greatest chance for your hair to stay for the long haul and not have adverse scalp issues in the future.
It is important that any products used are Sulphate, Paraben Free, Synthetic Fragrances and Denatured Alcohols. It also comes with a high piece of mind when tested natural ingredients are used in products knowing that no negative effects on the hair and scalp will be attained.
IIt is extremely important, especially if your are losing hair in a rapid manor that you contact your General Practitioner or specialists in the field to advise where to from here. This will point you in the best possible direction, however it is important to understand the need to try promote an initial healthy lifestyle to give yourself the best hair growth opportunity.
BBefore taking crucial steps in the hair loss journey it is important to understand that symptoms of certain medications can cause sudden or slow hair loss. This is something that needs to be consulted with a GP about prior to changing habits in excess hoping that things will change.
Some medications for hair loss can also react highly with other prescribed meds alongside
Make today your turning point
ASomeones genetics can be the main factor people are effected by hair loss, when this is the case hair thinning, shrinkage, weak hair shafts and the loss of hair follicles is almost inevitable. Although their isn't too many specific natural treatments to stop this process, it can be slowly countered through the use of products ensure no harm is done to the scalp, the maintenance of the hair strand itself and ensuring diet and lifestyle factors don't exacerbate it.
Stress although joked about quite literally does cause hair to fall out. This is often seasonal however, even the ability to have a product that gives you peace of mind about the situation helps incredibly. This increases the rate of dandruff build up and also the way we eat and how our digestive system works; meaning that our scalp doesn't receive the required nutrients. It is also increases the male hormone Androgen which has a negative effect toward hair growth.
AHaving hormonal imbalances can cause many issues in the body, not only can it effect the skin, blood and the way our body reacts to the food we eat but it also changes the way hair grows. Estrogen seems to sustain hair growth and is why men tend to lose hair more prevalently than women.
AMedications seem to leave side effects that can cause imbalances in the body. Some of these treatments are:
- thyroid medications
- some oral contraceptives