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Follow these home remedies and tips to control you hair fall. Pixabay

By Kanan Parmar

Hair fall is indeed a very troublesome problem. It may cause worrying and might affect your self-esteem too! In other words hair fall can cause psychological distress. In the article you will find home remedies and beauty tips for hair.


There are various factors that lead to hair fall such as:

  1. Hormonal Imbalance
  2. Stress
  3. Aging
  4. Nutritional Deficiency
  5. PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
  6. Birth Control Pills
  7. Using hairstyling and heating products
  8. Genetics
  9. Insufficient exercising

Aloe vera can prevent hair fall by soothing your scalp. Pixabay

To control this problem, follow these simple and effective home remedies:

Onion Juice:

Onions contain antibacterial properties that can help fight infection in the scalp. The sulfur in the onions can improve the circulation of blood which can help promote hair growth and prevent hair loss.

Extracting onion juice is quite simple. You simply need to grate an onion and then squeeze the grated onion into a container to extract its juice. You can add coconut oil to the juice for better results. After applying, leave it for around 30 minutes then shampoo your hair and rinse with normal water.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has soothing properties and it can help reduce the scalp inflammation and itchiness. It can boost hair growth.

To use it, extract aloe pulp and apply it on your scalp. Leave it for 45 minutes and then wash it off with normal water.

Amla / Indian Gooseberry


Amla is rich in vitamic-C and that is why it can prevent hair fall. Pixabay

Vitamin-C deficiency can lead to hair fall and since amla is rich in vitamin-C, it can promote hair growth very easily. It not only strengthens the hair follicles but it also prevents premature greying of hair.

To extract amla juice, you need to follow the same procedure as you did to extract onion juice. You can add castor oil to amla juice for better hair growth. Leave it for an hour then wash it off with normal water.

Apart from following these home remedies, follow these lifestyle tips to prevent hair fall:

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  1. Take a nutritional diet
  2. Exercise regularly
  3. Get a sleep of at least 6 hours and at most 8 hours.
  4. Drink 2-3 liters of water everyday.
  5. Avoid washing your hair with warm water.
  6. Do not comb your hair when they are wet.
  7. Avoid using heating elements and hairstyling products.
  8. Avoid stress and lead a happy life.


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