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4 Effective Habits That'll Help Slow Down The Process Of Rapid Hairfall

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A receding hairline is an agonising reality that most men have to deal with amidst ageing. Especially with the kind of toxic pollutants we're exposed to on an everyday basis, it is inevitable to notice a visible effect on your hair growth.

But here's the thing. While you can't reverse the damage already done, you can to a certain extent stop it.

1. Stop Using Shampoos With Sulphates And Parabens

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Switch to shampoos that are both sulphate and paraben-free. These shampoos won't have the harshness of detergent, which also happens to have sulphates, and will gently wash your hair. These shampoos prevent further hair damage and subsequent hair loss.

2. Avoid Using Styling Products

For weak and thinning hair, styling products only mean excessive exposure to chemicals that'll make your already fragile hair break-away easily. So, nix using hair gel and spray that can especially contribute to hair fall.

3. Fix the 'Dandruff' Problem

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Dandruff and hair fall are two problems that are surprisingly interrelated, so in order to fix hair fall, you need first fix dandruff. There are tonnes of products in the market including creams that you can use to stop dandruff. Once your scalp is healthy, the hair fall will automatically be cut to half.

4. Over-The-Counter Drugs

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Certain over-the-counter drugs can tackle hair loss. It's important though that you consult a professional before taking these medicines because even if they work, they are a little expensive but also have a lifetime dependency, which means once you start popping the pills, you can't stop.


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