Why is your child's hair growing so slow ?
Slow hair growth can be caused by normal genetic trait. However in most cases,
the child does not receive the right amount of nutrients, minerals and proteins to support his or her body needs. We must keep in mind that, as we get older our bodies need greater amounts of certain nutrients and vitamins.
Children must eat a Variety of Foods, especially Fruits and Vegetables to supply all the nutrients and vitamins required by the body, if the body does not get the proper amount of nutrients, the hair will be last part to receive nutrition and your child will develop symptoms of nutritional deficiencies such as slow hair growth and hair thinning.
Lack of Zinc, protein and B vitamins deficiency, can causes our hair follicle cells to produce weak hair and slow hair growth as well as lack
moisture and strength "the hair looks and feels brittle feels frizzy, coarse and breaks easily"
Stress caused by tight hair styles, poor scalp circulation, dehydration, can certainly prolong the resting phase of the hair and slow down the hair growth phase causing the hair follicles to produce thinner, shorter hair, a very common cause for slow
hair growth in children.
Certain natural plants can help reverse an inherited slow hair growth
Marigold, Watercress, Ivy, Sage, as well as Protein, Zinc, Iron, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Vitamin A these are all effective ingredients to accelerate hair growth and prevent or slow the process of
hair loss. Keep in mind that excess of vitamin A in your child's diet can cause slow-hair growth and hair loss
While Vitamin A - is very important for hair growth this vitamin can also cause hair loss.
Vitamin A is very important keep our hair healthy However if we take excess of this vitamin, the production of sebum in your hair follicles will increase ( Sebum is in part responsible for our hair health and moisture but if we produce more than the normal amount, can increase the risk of bacteria around the hair follicle causing hair loss.
Avoid consuming excessive amounts of sweets, sodium, starch, and sugary drinks.
Avoid tight hair styles, braids, hair extensions, stick to one or two hair care lines do not change products too often unless your hair react negatively or you notice hair
Love and be gentle with your child's hair.
About your scalp
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