Why Plugged Hair Follicles Thin Your Hair and What You Can
Do About It
Losing your hair to where it thins or you become bald does not have to happen.
Just by understanding why your hair falls out and thins allows you to take counter measures.
Discover what counter measures you need to take to keep your hair full, thick, or from thinning.
There are various ways to keep your hair clean, shiny, and thick. If you still have hair and want to keep it or
if your hair is starting to thin out, here are some hair remedies that you can use.
When your hair starts to thin down, three of the reasons are:
- Your hair follicles are slowly becoming plugged and preventing hair from growing out
- Your hair is not receiving the nutrients it needs to grow and stay strong
- Your hair is not getting enough blood circulating in your scalp
I will cover only the first of the two items.
Plugged Hair Follicles
Just like acne, your hair follicles can become plugged. In acne a plug follicle results in sebum and bacteria
becoming trapped in the follicle, which leads to an infection known as a pimple.
When a hair follicle becomes plugged on your scalp, the hair in that follicle becomes trapped and is prevented
from coming to the surface. Over time, your scalp becomes smooth and you become bald or lose most of your hair.
So the secret to preventing hair loss, thinning and balding is to prevent your hair follicles from becoming
plugged. Once you know what causes your follicle to plug, you can avoid or counteract those conditions.
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Here is what causes your follicles to become plugged.
- Excessive build up of testosterone in blood converting over to DHT and plugging up your hair follicles
- Use of shampoos, conditioners, and gels that contain excessive un-natural chemical that stay on your scalp
and get trapped in your follicles
- Excessive release of sebum and scalp flaking mixing together to form a hard material that plugs up your
DHT Build Up in Your Follicle
It is well known now that excessive conversion of testosterone into DHT accumulates in the hair follicles and
plugs. Knowing this you can use a variety of shampoos on your hair to dissolve this DHT. This keeps your pores open
and your hair growing normally. You can also take capsules that prevent the conversion of testosterone into
Un-natural Shampoo and Conditioners
Most shampoos, conditioners, and hair gels are created using petrochemicals, un-natural additives, dyes,
preservatives that are harmful to your hair and scalp.
In addition, these un-natural hair product chemicals get into your pores and can plug. Once in the follicle,
they also get into your blood and are harmful to your liver and the rest of your body.
Search for more natural shampoo products which contain fewer petrochemicals and have more herbs with natural
Excessive Sebum and Scalp Flaking
Some people have oily hair and some dry. When the hair follicle releases excess sebum it accumulates on the
scalp. Here it will combine with dirt, dead scalp cells, and shampoo chemical residues.
Using natural remedies reduces the amount of chemical available to combine with excess sebum and dead scalp
cells. If you use any type of gel to style your hair these gels combine with sebum to plug up your follicles.
To keep your hair and scalp clean and follicles open, use aloe vera gel mixed with a few drops of jojoba oil.
Buy aloe vera gel, 99% pure and pure jojoba oil. Put some aloe vera gel in your hand and add 4-5 drops of jojoba
oil. Rub your hands together then rub this mixture into your hair. This mixture will keep your hair shiny and thick
and your hair follicles open.
Just making these changes to your hair care will go a long way in keeping your hair from thinning any
About the Author
Rudy Silva is a Natural Nutritionist. To get more tips and remedies for preventing hair loss and for growing hair
go to: http://www.hair-loss-remedies.for-^you.info