by Tina Sendin May 19, 2020
Finding yourself picking up a whole ball of hair from the sink? Spotting hair strands all over the floor? Or losing a lot of hair when you run your hands through it in the shower?
If you’re sitting there wondering “My hair is falling out - what do I do?” then you’re one of the many Americans who suffer from hair loss.
It can be frustrating and devastating to the self-esteem, and we totally feel you!
We've created this article to help you find out the vitamins that can get you your glorious hair back. We’ll also give you tips on finding the right hair growth supplement for you.
You may be losing hair, but all’s not lost. The good news about hair loss is there’s a whole heap of fixes and remedies available.
And we can always start with the natural one - knowing the right vitamins, nutrients and minerals that help hair grow. Just like you, hair needs these to remain healthy and strong.  So when these are lacking, deficiencies manifest through hair loss.
Below are some of the vitamins, minerals and nutrients your hair needs to grow:
Also known as Vitamin B7 or Vitamin H, biotin helps convert certain nutrients into energy and helps keep your nails, hair and skin healthy. To know more about biotin, read the article “Want full, shiny, luscious hair? Here’s what you need”
Wonder what vitamin and nutrient can hydrate your hair? Two words - fatty acids. It also nurtures the scalp and gives you that shiny, full-bodied hair.
This mineral can give you those thick hair goals! Zinc is believed to inhibit the creation of the natural steroid DHT, which contributes to pattern baldness.
You need protein for your hair, and amino acids - its building blocks - can provide that. Proteins help with hair growth by producing more hair follicles and make your hair stronger. With enough amino acids, you can say goodbye to hair breakage.
Vitamins B1, B2, B6 and B12 are all essential in breaking down amino acids and preventing those pesky dandruff flakes and hair loss. B5 also plays a major role in nourishing your follicle cells; it makes your hair shine, keep its original color, and become stronger.
The fastest growing tissue in the human body, hair needs Vitamin A to grow. This vitamin helps produce the oily substance in the skin glands called sebum, which nourishes the scalp and keeps your mane healthy. 
As an antioxidant, vitamin C prompts iron metabolism, synthesises collagen, and helps regenerate Vitamin E.
This vitamin is your best friend when it comes to fighting free radicals. With enough vitamin E in your system, your hair is protected against oxidative stress.
Here are some top tips to help you find the best hair growth supplement for your hair. It’ll keep you from aimlessly walking about the shop looking for the right product!
Check with your doctor whether you have any nutrient deficiencies. Consult as well for any other ingredient that may cause you allergies and other adverse effects.
More importantly, supplements can be counter-productive if you’re not nutrient deficient and you go overboard. Dosage that’s more than your body needs may be detrimental for you. So work with your doctor in determining the right supplement, and if you need it.
Now that you know the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients that are key to hair growth, the next step is for you to check the label. Try to spot those mentioned above.
Steer clear of non-natural or chemical ingredients. Pick the ones that are plant-based and coming from organic sources.
And here’s a hint that can tell you whether a hair growth supplement is A-grade or not:
If you find extracts from bamboo stems, stinging nettle root, saw palmetto berry, and horsetail, flaxseed oil, borage oil, then you have a winner.
You don't really need to have all these in one package, but it's usually a good sign if a product has most of it.
Hair loss is a manifestation of nutritional deficiencies. Your hair, just like any other body part, needs enough vitamins, minerals and nutrients to be in its tiptop shape.
If you fall short on these from your regular diet, supplements can definitely help fill the void.
Research says that supplements are best for people who are deficient. 
Long story short, one way of getting a full head of hair is by having a well-balanced diet that contains the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients your hair needs.
And if needed, getting the right hair growth supplement for you.
by Tina Sendin December 01, 2020
It’s wintertime. You’re stuck at home. Not (only) because you hate being in snow, you also hate the prospect of bringing COVID-19 into your home. So you’re doing the right thing and trying to stay at home as much as you can. But you want to keep staying active, albeit being indoors. How can this be possible? Here are some ways you can stay on top of your workout regimen, safe and warm in your home.
by Tina Sendin November 24, 2020
Us ladies just want to maintain healthy, luscious locks all the time – lockdown or not.
But sometimes, we’re doing more harm than good to our crowning glory... often, unbeknownst to us. We may think we’re looking after our hair as best as we could, but at times they turn out to be a disservice to our hair.
For starters, hair goes through wear and tear daily, in more ways than one. What you consider hair care may actually be damaging to it.
To resolve this, a good place to start is understanding how we may be causing harm to it.
And for this, we’ve got you covered. Here are some ways you may be damaging your hair, and a few tips to turn it around.
by Mark Miller October 29, 2020
Nootropics are also called "smart drugs" and "cognitive enhancers." The theory holds that they help you think better, remember more, and be more alert, creative, focused, and motivated.
Whether you're near the end of your life and suffering from memory loss, in your middle years and needing to stay alert during that afternoon slump, or a college student needing to enhance your memory, nootropics can help.
They can also help people with ADHD, anxiety, and confused thought processes.
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