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Can Appropriate Hair Care Decrease Men’s Hair Loss?

By Billy Moss

Can proper hair care stop men’s hair loss from occurring? An easy answer is: very rarely. A longer answer is: a lot of hair loss occurs because of circumstances not related to the care of your hair or scalp. However, appropriate care of the hair and scalp will most likely not hurt the intentions a man puts forth for lessening the rate of his hair loss. In some predicaments, well cared for hair can go a long way to make you feel like you are proactive in your fight against hair loss or thinning. This article tells you some of the best techniques for taking care of your hair.

If you opt for using a blow dryer on your hair (which should rarely be done), cover all your bases with your hair, by using a thermal styling spray. These styling sprays can help shield your hair from the torture heat can cause. Heat can thrash your hair, which causes it to become tangled and wreak other havoc that will reach your scalp. Some thermal styling sprays, when sprayed on the head can help defend the scalp from the heat that comes out of a blow dryer. Using a blow dryer for your hair is a really good way to speed up the styling process, however it is a horrendous thing for you to do if you are trying to intercept men’s hair loss.

After getting out of the shower, if you have really fine hair, you should spray a gentle detangler on your hair before combing it. Yanking too hard on tangles can result in unintentionally tearing hair right out of your scalp. This is completely opposite of what you desire to do if you’re already stressing about the loss of your hair. While your hair is drying after a shower, a detangler can make it more effortless for you to take the tangles out of your hair and cause less damage.

When you comb your hair out after being in the shower, avoid using a brush. Never use a brush on wet hair. Opt for a wide toothed comb, instead. This can intercept you unintentionally pulling on your hair, which can aggravate your scalp. The wide toothed comb compels you to work through tangles and snarls that occur. A brush is more likely to just yank at them until the hair is pulled out of your head completely. This is useless. Putting a wide toothed comb to use gives you a safeguard for taking a more tempered approach at combing your hair after you have washed it.

Good hair care won’t necessarily stop men’s hair loss from happening. However, it can slow down the process. Appropriate hair and scalp care can do wonders for keeping your entire head healthy. There is an array of ways to make sure your hair and scalp are as strong as they can be. Some of it relies on the type of hair you have on your head. Of course, for the most part, if you act in accordance with some easy guidelines, utilizing easy tools will get you far.

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Moss, Billy "Can Appropriate Hair Care Decrease Men’s Hair Loss?." Can Appropriate Hair Care Decrease Men’s Hair Loss?. 26 Aug. 2010. 19 Jul 2014 <>.

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