Rather you’re male or female hair loss can be devastating and can really take a toll on self esteem.  For some when you start to lose your hair you begin to feel hopeless.  Some may start to withdraw from the outside world only leaving home to go to work.  Others may channel or redirect their feelings and pour tons of money into hair loss treatments without doing the proper research.  Make no mistake there are treatments out there that work, however, come equipped with high price tags, severe consequences, and possible negative side effects.  In addition, many that are sold commercially are solutions made with toxic chemicals.  If you’ve experienced some of the feelings previously mentioned, there is hope and there are other more natural remedies to consider.  Home remedies for hair loss may prove to be useful for you in helping to deal with excessive hair fall.

Before you start with any homemade remedies take a look inward.  Are you eating healthy and consuming meals that are rich in protein?  Proper nutrition consisting of proteins such as lean meats, fish, and lentils is one of the best natural remedies for treating your condition.  You can also start with drinking a healthy cocktail every morning that consists of alfalfa juice, lettuce (make sure it’s some sort of green leafy lettuce), and carrot juice.   In addition to your diet, you may also want to contact your physician to rule out any underlying conditions that may be responsible for your excessive loss of hair.

Home Hair Treatments to Consider

Scalp massages – this stimulates the sebaceous gland if done on a regular basis and gets the blood circulating to promote hair growth.  Try massaging with essential oils every other night or before shampooing your hair apply aloe vera to your scalp, massage, and then rinse with warm water.

Onion – very helpful if you have patches of baldness.  Twice a day massage the onion on to the patches until they turn red then apply honey (moisturizes the affected area) after the onion.

Wash your hair with a homemade green smooth on a daily basis.  Take one handful of romaine lettuce (or green leaf lettuce) and one handful of spinach and mix well in your blender.

Make your own hair loss shampoo by mixing together and boiling amla, reetha, and shikaki with two litres of water. Use this treatment for at least a month to treat baldness and prevent excessive hair fall.

Note: There are a variety of natural remedies available for you…you have to choose the best one for you!