Homeopathic and herbal treatments can prompt and encourage hair growth, along wit supporting good hormonal balance, blood circulation, and correct thyroid functioning.
Homeopathic – A homeopath can prescribe Aurum metallicum to any one who is losing hair and is suffering from headaches and/or boils on the scalp. Phosphoric acid is normally recommended for hair loss after grief and exhaustion. Selenium is though to help an individual that has a painful scalp along with the loss of hair. See a qualified homeopath for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.
Herbal – An herbalist can recommend a daily intake of rosemary tea or nettle tea. Equisetum arvense (field horsetail), Avena sativa (oats) and Echinacea are good in reducing hair loss and nourishing hair follicles. See an herbalist before you decide on these treatments.
Aromatherapy – A scalp massage with the essential oils like lavender and rosemary ginger, fenugreek, cypress, are recommended to help with hair loss. Blend 2 drops of essential oil to 15ml (1 tablespoon) of carrier oil, like jojoba.
Vitamins and Minerals – Vitamin B complex, magnesium, choline, Vitamin E, calcium and inositol can be taken regularly by men whose hair is falling out or receding.
Getting rid of the alcohol and lowering sugar, and not eating nutritionally deficient junk food from the diet can slow down hair loss. Have a natural, healthy diet that provides good fats, protein, whole grains and a lot of organically grown fruits and vegetables to hinder hair loss or thinning hair.