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    Believe it or not, most of the times, the root cause for hair loss is stress and tension. Meditation can help in reducing that and restore hormonal balance. Eating a balanced, healthy diet is important for a lot of reasons. Healthy foods can really benefit your hair. If you're losing hair, one of the best ways that has been extremely effective in controlling and preventing hair fall is the intake of the right vitamins. Good nutrition, especially adequate levels of iron and vitamin B, is helpful. Good hair hygiene with regular shampooing is a basic step but is probably of little benefit. Jojoba and castor oils are known for their strong hair growth effects. Mixing the two will not expedite the growth process very much, but the jojoba oil will make the castor oil lighter and easier to lather into your scalp. You can also use either alone in your hair and you should see hair growth.

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    Yes you can regrow your hair. Use natural home remedies to regrow your hair. May be some home remedies are available at your home which you can use to prevent hair fall.

    Use coconut oil to massage your scalp or head daily for 10-15 minute. Stay hydrate, drink 10 glass water regularly.
    Avoid physical and emotional stress because stress plays an important role in hair loss.
    do exercise and yoga.

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    In case coconut oil and yoga didn't regrow your hair, there are some other solutions for thinning hair in a 35 year old female that could be considered. Hair loss in females is very different from hair loss in males, and often a work up to find a cause is indicated. Sometimes things as simple as mild anemia or hypothyroidism, which are relatively common in 35 year old females, which can be corrected by taking a pill, can be the source of hair loss in women. There are several blood tests that can be done to look for these as well as more unusual causes of hair loss in a woman your age.

    If we assume that your hair loss is not due to a correctable metabolic condition like anemia, and that it's idiopathic in nature (eg: nobody really knows what is causing your hair loss) then there are some treatments that may be of help to you to both slow down the progression of your hair loss, and in some cases appear to reverse the hair loss. These include low level laser therapy (LLLT), platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments, and microneedling with fetal growth serums. These are not surgical procedures and leave no scar, and do not use up a limited resource (eg: your donor hair). We have had some real successes with growing hair back using these non-surgical methods. A consultation with a physician who has dedicated his practice to the field of hair restoration surgery is indicated, as these treatment options are not for everyone, and a physician's visit a good idea to assess your candidacy.

    I hope this information is helpful to you.
    Ken Anderson, MD, ABFPRS, ABOTO
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    If you really having trouble with your hair and you are able to receive the treatment from Kerala, then I suggest you Nicholson Homeopathy, the best best hair loss treatment providers in Kerala. I assure you that you will get the best solution for your hair problems.

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    hello Follicly challenged, Common causes of thinning hair may include hormonal imbalance, protein deficiency and so on. An individual should increase the intake of protein rich items in order to obtain strong and healthy hair.my personal advice, you should consult with experts and start with proper treatment..All the best

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