Treating Hair Loss, Naturally

Finding a hair loss treatment that is natural is not difficult. You will likely find a long list of them. From creams and oils, tonics to supplements, the shelves are overflowing with them. But the question is: do they work?

Most of these products are expensive and have little to no effect generating new hair growth. The ones that do work will stop working when you stop using the product. There’s really only one sure, natural way to treat hair loss. It’s called NeoGraft.

Treating hair loss naturally is possible with NeoGraft.

Hair loss can be caused by several things such as a lack of certain vitamins, thyroid and hormonal conditions. However, if your hair loss is due to a medical condition, you should see your doctor to determine the best way it can be treated.


If you’re like most people, you want healthy, shiny hair and skin and getting sufficient nutrients and minerals from the food you eat is a really good first step.

Protein in your diet promotes new hair growth. Meat, fish, dairy, lentils and beans all provide healthy protein

If you want to keep your scalp health, eat more nuts and seeds. Don’t’ forget eggs and fish in your diet – all great sources of omega-3 fatty acids, an inflammation reducer.

Avoid eating the same thing every day. Mix up your veggies and try some new fruits. There are so many kinds of grains to try, be adventurous.

Here are a few helpful tips when styling your hair to avoid the harsh reality of thinning or baldness:

  • Scalp colored products help to minimize the contrast between your hair and scalp if it’s beginning to show through.
  • Hair extensions help to enhance volume.
  • Keeping your hair short makes it appear thicker.
  • If you’re thinning in the crown, try a part to one side.
  • Volume-enhancing hair products can help.

Losing your hair is stressful. And stress, physical and emotional, can sometimes increase hair loss. More hair in your brush may not be the beginning of the end for your tresses. There are times when some extra hair loss is normal — for women, those times include menopause and after pregnancy.

If your hair loss is a continued problem, you might want to see if you’re a candidate for hair restoration. Modern procedures are far better than anything in the past, offering minimally invasive procedures that restore your own hair in areas of thinning or loss. Once you complete the procedure, you can enjoy a full head of natural hair in about twelve months. You will see evidence of new hair growth before then, but that’s about how long it takes for a completely new head of hair.