We discussed in our previous article How to do Intermittent Fasting for Weight Loss and if you are contemplating over the idea, then there are lot of good reasons why you should give it a try. Intermittent Fasting or alternating periods of fasting and regular eating had been proven to be an effective method not only for weight loss, but improves the overall health of your body.
Hair loss happens for many different reasons as we discussed in the previous article, Reasons for Hair Loss in Men and Women , and all of them are not related to aging. There are various natural ways to prevent excessive hair loss without depending on expensive products and methods. Now we will focus on the natural ways which can help us fight and prevent hair loss.
Hair loss is a common problem or condition, and affects people of different ages at some point of time in their lives. There may be one to several reasons leading to Hair loss.
Hair Loss due to Nutritional Deficiencies
Deficiency in Nutrients may affect the growth and quality of hair. Deficiency of vitamin B group, vitamin A , Minerals , Iron (ferritin present in blood) and Zinc and the restricted intake, mal absorption or mal assimilation of nutrients may lead to hair thinning and Hair loss.
Why do we need to Detox and Cleanse?
These days our diets are full of chemical preservatives, additives and toxins which may cause several issues in a healthy body, like fatigue, muscle ache, joint pains, constipation, sinus congestion, foul smelling stools, bad breath, rashes on skin, eczema, sleep problems, food cravings, heart burn, trouble losing weight, bloating, puffy eyes and dark circles under eyes etc., because of which our liver function is disturbed and intestine is loaded with crap and we encounter small, yet serious underlying health issues.
What happens to our skin in winter?
Winter affect our day to day life and also play a role in our skin’s appearance. Extreme Weather condition can damage your skin. In winters, the wind is Dry and weather is chilly. The moisture in air is much less than what our skin requires.
For every degree drop in temperature, the body produces 10% less oil and moisture (opposite to what happens in summer). The water is lost from our skin cells leaving it extremely dry and tight and the adverse affects are