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How To Get Your Hair To Grow

Is there anything more frustrating than staring into the mirror and noting that your hair hasn’t even grown a fraction of an inch from your head over the past month? If you are like a lot of women who are dying to grow out their hair but just don’t seem to be able to do so, you have come to the right place. Growing your hair out can seem to be one of the most difficult things you will ever do, but with a few tips you will have your hair growing again in no time.

Nutrition

A big part of your hair growth – or lack thereof – is your nutrition. If you have a good diet, then your hair is likely to reflect that by growing long and appearing shiny and healthy. If you have been slacking on your diet lately and have been eating mostly junk foods, then your hair will probably be “stunted” and also appear dull and dry.

When it comes to hair growth, you especially need to be sure that you are receiving enough quality protein in your diet. Protein not only helps promote our hair to grow properly throughout the hair growth cycle, but it also strengthens and fortifies our hair before it even leaves our scalp. Protein gives our hair the best chance at growing long and strong.

The B-Vitamins, particularly biotin, are an important part to having your hair grow long and strong too. You can take biotin supplements every morning to help encourage and stimulate healthy hair growth. Don’t be surprised if you notice that your nails are suddenly growing a whole lot quicker too!

Massage your scalp

Massage made by hot brush stimulates blood flow to the scalp and boosts hair growth while curling your hair. Besides, with more blood hair follicles get more nutrition, and produce more sebum. It means you have healthier and optimally moisturized hair.
Massage made by hot brush stimulates blood flow to the scalp and boosts hair growth while curling your hair. Besides, with more blood hair follicles get more nutrition, and produce more sebum. It means you have healthier and optimally moisturized hair.

Exercise

Exercise is key when it comes to hair growth. Much the same as a scalp massage, exercising really gets your blood pumping and reaching all the way up to your scalp so that it can nourish the hair follicles. Exercise also tends to make us feel a whole lot better about ourselves, even if we stay the same weight and don’t lose a single pound. So get walking!

Trim your Hair Regularly

If you want to have long hair, then you need to trim your hair every 6 to 8 weeks. While this may seem contradictory, it’s important to understand that without regular trims that our hair is being left to become weakened and break off prematurely. If we trim our hair ¼ inch every month or two, we will be growing longer and healthier hair that won’t break off due to damage, that won’t split off because of a split end, or just completely fall out because it is so unhealthy.