Rebuild Our immunity System to Stop Hair Loss.

The Do & Don’t do list:
Stay hydrated. Drink 5 glasses of water upon awake before food [cleanse body system] Why: To have a healthy gut and body system. Relief from stress, weight loss, glowing skin, feeling fresh and energetic throughout the day and good digestion are some of the major benefits of water. Keep our follicles hydrated is especially important in hot days, when we perspire more. Make it a habit to carry a refillable water bottle and take regular sips of pure water, herbal teas, green tea, or fresh-pressed juices throughout the day. Even during cold weather staying hydrated is important—indoor heating dries out our skin and our scalp.

Drink “Lemon Juice with honey or Apple Cider Vinegar with honey” [cleanse body system] Why: Lemon Juice simple and the benefits are just too good to ignore. Why: Apple Cider Vinegar as something that boost overall health and can use to pave the way to a better us.

Build our protein and iron with foods that we consume Why: Protein is essential for healthy hair, a deficiency in protein can lead to hair loss and adequate protein provide the amino acids that strengthen hair. Why: Iron plays a significant role in transporting oxygen to various organs, low iron in our diet can lead to anemia which in turn lead to hair loss.

Up the antioxidants. These powerful free-radical scavengers protect our body’s cells, including the hair follicles, from the effects of oxidative damage. Free-radicals contribute to chronic degenerative conditions including inflammation and arthritis, premature aging and hair loss. Including a colorful spectrum of fresh fruits and vegetables in our diet, along with herbs and spices such as rosemary, oregano, turmeric, and black pepper will supply abundant of protective antioxidants, vitamins A, C, and E and minerals.

Indulge in healthy fats and oils. Omega-3 are essential to good health—and because our body are unable to manufacture them, they must be obtained from the diet. We can boost omega-3 intake by including cold-water fish (sardines, mackerel, herring, anchovies, wild salmon) in our diet or taking a purified fish oil supplement. Other dietary sources of omega-3 fatty acids include nuts such as walnuts, brazil nuts and macadamias, hemp, flax or chia seeds.

Diet dos. If we’re a vegetarian may need iron, which is essential for strong, healthy hair. Make sure to eat plenty of leafy greens and citrus fruits-Vitamin C helps in absorbing iron. Load up on biotin found in lentils and nuts (exclude peanuts). Zinc found in dried watermelon seeds, pumpkin, lean cuts of red meat (even dark chocolate) and adequate protein help repair hair. Omega-3 rich foods like walnuts and flaxseeds are necessary for hair growth

Increase circulation. Exercise and massage are great ways to maintain healthy circulation, important for providing a continuous supply of fresh, revitalizing oxygen- and nutrient-rich blood to the scalp and follicles. Try massaging our scalp for a couple of minutes before showering—it will not only stimulate our scalp, it will also help move impurities out to the surface where they can be washed away. A buildup of wastes from metabolism or chemicals from hair care products can affect scalp pH, sebum production, and cause scalp inflammation and follicle damage that can result in hair loss.

Don’t Do:
• Avoid eating too many Fast-Food. Why: These foods that are high in sugar, salt or fat can affect the health of our hair. When these foods are consumed in excess, especially when combined, they lead to noticeable physical changes including hair loss.

Remove “flour made products” from your diet. Why: Refined starches — white bread, white rice, white pasta, and anything made with white flour —Refined carbs do a number on your blood sugar once the body starts to digest them. Therefore, just like sugar, refined starches interfere with glucose control.

Avoid “Deep-Fried” Food. Why: Overdo on greasy, fried foods can lead to weight gain and cause destruction on our blood sugar. Many fried foods are also laden with unhealthy trans fats because they’ve been deep-fried in hydrogenated oils, which will raise our bad cholesterol and increase risk of heart disease.

Avoid Commercial Hair Shampoo. Why: Because Sodium Lauryl Sulfate can dry up scalp, create dandruff, cause corrosion of hair follicle that causes hair loss and also lead to inflammation of the scalp.

Avoid Refined Grains such as Bread and Wheat pasta. Why: Cause insulin spikes that burden the liver.

Avoid Refined Sugar and excess refined carbohydrates. Too much sugar in our blood ends up creating inflammation in the body, including the hair follicles which contribute to hair loss. Eventually lead to diabetes amongst other concerns, causes compromised circulation—and poor scalp circulation result in hair loss. Some diabetes medications also associated with causing hair loss. Why: Cause insulin spikes that burden the liver.

Avoid Dairy products contain hormones. Why: Increase androgens in our body and also burden the liver. A diet high in saturated fat can worsen insulin resistance.

Avoid Food Stuff make with or from Peanut. Why: Any food that is creating congestion in the liver may potentially impede its important functions, including detoxification and fat-burning. Peanuts are one of the most pesticide-contaminated crops.

Quit Smoking. Why: Cigarette smoke contains thousands of chemicals, many of them toxic, which affect all areas of the body including the hair. This smoke negatively affects your circulation in general which means damaged blood flow to your hair follicles.

Quit Alcohol. Why: Consume too much alcohol can lead to different health problems like liver and hair loss problem.

Avoid Instant Noodle as much as possible. Why: The manufacturing process. In order to create a desiccated, long-keeping noodle that cooks in a couple of minutes, it’s deep-fried in oil. Make things worse, the instant soup mix has more fat in it, not to mention a lot of sodium, monosodium glutamate (MSG), preservatives and other mystery ingredients.

Avoid High Fat Diet. Why: Because it can contribute to hair loss. Fatty or marbled cuts of meat also carry a substantial amount of saturated fat, which initiates inflammation in the body and leads to various side effects.

Avoid Process Foods. Why: Many processed foods, add a great deal of salt in order to enhance flavors. The commonly used form of salt is processed table salt. When we eat too much salt, our kidneys respond by retaining water in order to dilute this electrolyte in our bloodstream to maintain proper heart function. This places a load on the kidneys. Long-term intake of too much salt can damage the kidneys along with the heart and artery. Salt intake also raise blood pressure, which can cause damage to the kidney which filter wastes.

Reduce Salt intake. Why: Excessive consumption of salty foods is discouraged, as it will harm the kidney and its linked body layer. Too much salt damages the blood [and therefore the hair]

Reduce Caffeine intake. Why: Because it decreases the vitamins and zinc that keeps the hair healthy.

Say No To Junk Food. The first step towards health is to switch to an exercise regime and healthy diet. Contain protein rich foods like barley, maize or brown rice in our current palette. Also, we need to drink plenty of water because this will not only keep our skin smooth and healthy but also make the hair roots stronger. Another important advice is that we should not indulge in starving ourselves or in crash to decrease weight because it just make our hair’s health worse.

Build it in our “Daily Routine” – 30 minutes every day.

• Effective & Safe • Reduce Stress • Reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety • Helps quit smoking • Strengthens the muscles • Reduces cholesterol • Improves blood circulation • Helps with weight management • Easiest ways to get more active • Low impact exercise • Lower blood pressure • Reduce the risk of some cancers • Improves mood • Helps reduce risk and aid with type 2 diabetes • Maintain strong bones • Reduce risk of heart attack and heart disease • Build aerobic fitness

A healthy, well-balanced diet is also important, as thinning hair is often a sign of poor nutrition or vitamin deficiency. Vitamins B and D, along with iron and zinc, are believed to help maintain healthy follicles, while regular intakes of the essential fatty acids found in oily fish and nuts are also necessary for healthy hair, nails and skin.


The teachings of Abraham: “This is where you are at this current stage.”

Jerry have been losing hair for as long as he can remember. He wasn’t able to maintain the routine for long and so the unwanted hair loss always came back.

He don’t feel comfortable with his hair loss and dread going to the salon for haircut. He stand in front of his mirror looking for ways and even though he is looking good, nothing appeals to him because he don’t like the way he look no matter how he comb his hair.

His hair doesn’t look good and he know that he do feel so much better all-around if he could just grow some hair, but he feel powerless to do anything about this excess hair loss, so he is very discouraged.

The discouragement that he have been feeling is indicating the discord between the continually evolving creation of him regrow hair and the thoughts that he continue to think regarding to his losing hair.

It is necessary that he focus upon regrow hair that is coming and distract himself from the negative aspects of his current losing hair, for as long as he is seeing his hair loss as it is, he is contradicting the vibration of the ideal of having abundant hair. He cannot create a new reality while looking at his current reality.

Now that he understand why it has been so difficult to find the inspiration to act and why the action, even when he did offer it, netted him very little results.

Here are some very simple things that he can do that will begin the process of aligning his Energies immediately, for by understanding the Law of the Universe, and by understanding the basis of his creation (which is the simple alignment of vibration, he will now be on his way to the outcome that his desire:

• His choices, right now, do not include whether he is having abundant hair or not.
• He have no choice other than to be at current losing hair he is at right now.
• He is going to have hair loss about the same thing tomorrow as he do today, and the next day, too…and so on.
• Changing his regrow hair right now is not an option.
• Changing his vibrational alignment right now is an option-a powerful one.
• Also, he is not, right now, choosing between feeling fabulous or terrible.
• He is not choosing between feeling enthusiasm or discouragement.
• His choices, right now, are more subtle and more fine-tuned than that.
• He is making the simple choice of feeling a little better or a little worse.
• He can chose an negative thought or a better-feeling positive thought.
• Those are his only choice: negative or positive.
• But those choices are enough.

Imagine Jerry is at a salon. He is watching people come in and going out of the salon. He is pre-dominantly noticing nicely hair style , nicely gel hairstyle, people with beautiful hair all around him and as he see them, he feel self-conscious.

He is now awkwardly aware of what his hair look like and he is unhappy with the way he look. He turn to see his reflection in the mirror as he is sitting, and he is extremely unhappy about the way he look. He feel upset, discouraged and unhappy and he is not having a good time at the salon.

Here is something that most people do not understand and in fact, have a hard time believing: Whether Jerry gird up his willpower and walk out of the shop or whether he go ahead and buy a wig, there is absolutely no difference in the effect of one of those actions over the other! Even if we are talking about 1000 days of walking out as compared to 1000 days of wanting to buy a wig, the action that matters; it is he vibration. It is not he action that makes him lost hair, it is he vibration. It is not what he is doing that makes the difference; it is how he is feeling about what he is doing.

In the beginning of his vibrational alignment regarding his hair loss, he may begin to feel enthusiasm for some changes in his diet, and many people would say, “Well, then I don’t see how this approach differs that much from just going for a hair loss treatment as I’ve done so many time before.”

But Jerry will notice how much easier it is this time in the feeling of enthusiasm rather than the discouragement that he have been acting from before. Jerry will also notice that in this state of improved emotion, he will find an appealing idea and then another. He will begin to find a sort of rolling out of a continuous path of good-feeling new ideas. He will begin to feel carried along by those new ideas rather than struggling to find them and before long he will begin to see physical results. Of course, upon seeing the physical result, his feeling of enthusiasm will be even greater and then he is really on and running toward the outcome that he have been seeking.

And as Jerry achieve his desired to regrow his hair (and he will), he will say to himself after the fact, “This time it wasn’t difficult, and this time I’ll keep it on. And, in any case I now know what to do, whenever I decide to, about achieving whatever physical hair growing condition I choose.”

Consider This:
If being regrow hair matches the emotion of happiness… and Jerry will to consistently think about growing hair while feeling happy…
He will be a healthy person who thinks about regrow hair.

If Jerry desire to be regrow hair while he is currently not growing hair matches the emotion of discouragement…
and he will to consistently think about not growing hair while feeling discouraged…

If Jerry desire to have abundant hair while he is currently not having enough hair matches the emotion of discouragement…
and he will to consistently use his willpower to keep himself from thinking about not growing hair…
He is getting bald person who does not regrow hair.

• Being regrow hair matches the emotion of happiness. [positive]
• Being hair loss matches the emotion of unhappiness. [negative]
• Having regrow hair matches the emotion of happiness. [positive]
• Not having regrow hair matches the emotion of un-happiness. [negative]

The key to creating everything that Jerry desire is to find a way to turn to the better-feeling, positive thoughts, even when the current situation does not evoke it from his and to use his willpower to focus his thoughts in the direction of his desire and who-he-really-are, rather than using his willpower to try to produce action against the Current.

So, in the beginning, Jerry thoughts may be something like the following;

Jerry’s Negative Thought:
• I am losing hair.
• I don’t want to be bald.
• I’m so tired of being losing hair.
• I don’t like how I look.
• I don’t like my hair style.
• I don’t want to shop for a wig.
• I ‘ve tried so many things.
• Nothing works for me.

Remember, Jerry do not have to fix everything. Just try to find a thought that feels a little bit better:

Jerry’s Positive Thought:
• I wish I could find a way.
• My hair would feel better for sure.

Again, these are not earth-shattering statements, but they do feel better and therefore they are positive–so Jerry work, for now, is done.

Whenever Jerry find himself beating the same old drum about his hair loss, if he would make an effort to turn his thoughts positive and stay focused upon the subject until he feel a slight turn, in a very short period of time he will improve the vibrational relationship between where he is and what he want and he will be amazed at the leverage this improved vibration will give to his process. Everything about this will get easier and easier until in time, Jerry desired regrow hair will have been achieved.

As Jerry is walking past his favorite convenient store, he feel an urge to buy a packet of cigarette. While he is lighting it, the feeling of discomfort comes over him.

“Here I go again,” Jerry say, feeling the discomfort washing over him.

But the urge is strong and Jerry take a big puff of the cigarette . He feel worse still as a strong feeling of disappointment now rises within him.

But this time things are slightly different from ever before because Jerry have some positive momentum going from those statements he have been making about the subject of his hair.

Jerry remember. It isn’t about what I’m doing. It’s about how I’m feeling while I’m doing it. So I pause and look at the mirror and he make the following statements:

Jerry’s Negative Thought:
• I shouldn’t be smoking you.
• You’ll only make me lost more hair.

Jerry’s Positive Thought:
• You are delicious, though.
• And you’re not all that much.
• I could smoke some of you now and save some for later.
• I like having choices.
• I like making deliberate choices.
• I like being in charge of my actions.
• If I had stopped to think, I may not have buy it.
• I’m really making quite a big to-do over smoking a cigarette.
• You’re very relaxing.
• Well, I’m enjoying you.
• I deliberately enjoying you.
• And sometimes I’ll choose to smoke you and sometimes I’ll pass.
• Right now I’m going to smoke you.
• And I’m going to enjoy you.

Jerry have just accomplished something that is rather unusual for him. He is smoking cigarette and he have talked himself into alignment with himself and therefore with his desire to regrow hair at the same time. He is in alignment with himself, which is much more significant than anything he is doing–or not doing–with regrow hair. And now, a person having lustrous hair walks up to the salon, fix an appointment and begins to have a haircut. And as he watch, Jerry can tell that this person is truly having lustrous hair.

In the past as Jerry watched a person with lustrous hair smoking his favorite cigarette, his thought would be:

Jerry’s Negative Thought:
• It’s not fair.
• His healthy body allows him to smoke cigarette and still be growing hair.
• He’s probably unhealthy and that’s the only thing he will do today.

But this time because of the vibrational work Jerry have been doing he think instead:

Jerry’s Positive Thought:
• Ah, there is evidence of someone who’s in alignment with his desire of smoking my favorite cigarette.

Final words….
It is all about vibrational alignment. Do not look for immediate measureable physical result. Instead, look for improvement in your mood, attitude and your emotions. When you feel better you are more in alignment–and everything else will follow. It is Law.



Healthy Hair ! Look to your kitchen for the BEST conditioners to moisturize and revitalize your hair!

Four different masks for each type of hair that you can easily make in minutes using all-natural ingredients you probably have sitting in your refrigerator or cupboard right now!…

DRY hair –Olive Oil and Egg
In need of some major TLC?? Combine three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil with two eggs and apply the mixture to your hair and let the mixture sit for 20 minutes before rinsing in the shower.

The olive oil will help hydrate brittle locks, while the protein in the eggs will promote healthy hair growth.

ALL HAIR TYPES — Avocado and Honey
Mask a ripened avocado and mix in a tablespoon of organic honey and allow it to sit for 20 minutes before rinsing it off in the shower.
Avocados are rich in a variety of vitamins and nutrients, including vitamin E and protein, both of which your hair needs to remain soft and healthy. Meanwhile, honey is a natural antibacterial agent.

OILY hair — Apple Cider Vinegar and Lemon
Combine 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar with the grated peel of an entire lemon and allow it to set for 15 minutes to absorb the excess oil from your scalp, and then rinse in the shower.

Apple cider vinegar will remove build up from styling products and conditioners and strengthen the hair shaft, leaving you with soft, shiny strands. It will also balance hair’s pH level, kill bacteria, and is a cure for dandruff.

DRY, flaky scalp hair — Banana, Honey and Almond
Mash together 1/2 a ripe banana and add two tablespoons of honey and a few drops of almond oil and allow it to set with a shower cap on for 20 minutes before rinsing.
Bananas can increase the moisture of your hair, smooth frizz and soothe your itchy scalp.

Choose the one that fits you better and bring your hair back to life!! There is no need to buy the priciest conditioners on the market to moisturize and revitalize your hair.

Not to underestimate the toll hair loss can take on a person’s self-esteem. It can leave people feeling deeply unattractive and socially crippled. However, depending on what the underlying cause is, hair loss can be challenging to treat.

1. If you’re anything like the average person, your scalp has 100,000 hairs growing on it right now. Each is rooted in a follicle and grows up to ½ an inch per month. It will keep doing this for anywhere between two to six years. Then, after a brief rest, the hair will fall out. However, it is soon replaced with a new hair and the cycle begins again. Different hair are on different cycles which is why you don’t abruptly go bald when they fall out. Instead, at any given moment an estimated 85% of hair is growing while the remaining 15% is resting. People shed approximately 10 – 100 strands of these resting hairs every day.

2. Abnormal hair loss tends to get your attention – you may notice large clumps of hair in your brush or caught in your hairband. Some people find it on their pillow or notice it coming away in the shower. However, for others hair loss takes a different form. It simply thins out slowly over time until the scalp begins to show through. “Hair density has to decrease by nearly 50% before it becomes obviously balding,” says Dr. Jayasinghe. Though not widely recognized, the toll hair loss exacts on a person’s emotional well-being may be quite severe. People may struggle with feeling unattractive and socially handicapped because of their condition leading to depression and issues of self-esteem.

3. Both men and women are affected by hair loss. “By the age of 50, 50% of men and 40% of women have some degree of visible hair loss,” says Dr. Jayasinghe. However, the underlying causes of the condition can be more challenging to decipher in women than in men. While over 90% of hair loss can be attributed to male pattern baldness, both men and women must sort through a wider range of possible triggers. Among the more common are pregnancy, thyroid disorders, and anemia. Others include autoimmune diseases, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and skin conditions such as psoriasis and seborrhic dermatitis. In both sexes, hair loss can also be caused by malnutrition, a severe infection, ringworm, major surgery, extreme stress or even a hairstyle that pulls on the hair or is too tight bound.

4. However the most common cause of visible hair is Androgenic Alopecia. Patients with the condition find that their hair loss follows an obvious pattern of loss on the top and front scalp areas only, which is what earned the condition the moniker ‘Pattern Balding.’ Most women will have diffused thinning across their entire scalp while men tend to have more distinct patches of baldness. The condition has been linked to genetic causes and is also believed to be related to age and specific hormones.

In both sexes the hormone DHT (Dihydrotestosterone) is believed to be the culprit. Under the influence of DHT the head hairs on top can have their growth cycle shortened from the usual five years to a short growth phase (weeks to months). This in turn leads to small vellus hairs forming instead of healthy mature terminal hairs. The process is known as miniaturization and eventually leads to complete hair loss.

5. Treatments vary depending on the underlying cause of hair loss. In some cases, treatment may not be required as hair growth may resume on its own. For others however, treatments may be required to help promote hair growth or hide hair loss. If your hair loss is caused by an underlying disease, your doctor will address that first. “Unfortunately medication is not very effective at re-growing hair and has severe potential side effects so must only be taken on medical advice,” cautions Dr. Jayasinghe.

6. Many patients turn to transplantation as a solution. “The only way to permanently re-grow natural hair on a bald scalp is to transplant hair,” says Dr. Jayasinghe, explaining that transplanting hair uses modern medical methods to extract permanent hair roots from the side and back of the scalp and re-locate them to the bald areas on top and in front. Once the transplanted hair grows to cover the area the baldness will disappear.

7. In the meantime, small changes in the way you handle your hair can help reduce the pace of hair loss. Use a good conditioner after every shampoo. Comb your hair only when it’s wet and use a wide toothed comb. Instead of drying your hair roughly, simply wrap a towel around it that will absorb the excess water and then allow it to air dry. A hairstyle like a tight bun or ponytail can lead to hair loss, so consider opting for something where the hair is tied loosely. Your hair doesn’t need 100 brush strokes a day, so be gentle with it. Use moisturizing conditioner when untangling it. However, if you see no difference visit a doctor for further advice.

Source By Smriti Daniel from thesundaytime

Diet plays a huge role in overall health, and while the extent to which we can strengthen our hair by eating certain foods is hotly debated, there’s no question that getting essential vitamins and nutrients is crucial for healthy hair. Here’s a look at what to eat to help mitigate the anxiety around thinning hair.

Biotin: The supplement recommended most for hair strength is Biotin, but it’s always better to get what we need from food, so load up on walnuts, eggs, beans and lentils.

Iron: Iron-rich foods help ward off anemia, which is often linked to hair loss in women. Iron also helps carry oxygen to hair follicles. Eggs, peanuts, sunflower seeds, spinach, flaxseeds, oysters, fish, pork, beef and chicken are all great sources.

Vitamin C: Vitamin C helps fight the free radicals that contribute to weak hair, so opt for blueberries, oranges, strawberries, tomatoes, papayas, oranges, kiwis, cauliflower, turnip greens and spinach.

Zinc: Not getting enough zinc may result not only in hair loss, but dullness and premature grey. Chicken, salmon, nuts, egg, lentils and oysters are all good sources.

Vitamin B12: Being deficient in B12 will not only contribute to lack of energy (which is why B12 is often found in large quantities in energy drinks — EBOOST has about 45,000% of your daily requirement), but it’s a contributor to hair loss. Energy drinks aside, fish, eggs, dairy products, pork and beef are all good sources.

Omega-3: Found in large quantities in salmon, Omega-3 fatty acids are necessary for hair growth. Vegetarians can find them in avocados, pumpkin seeds, olive oil, flaxseeds and walnuts.

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