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By Dennis Paulson

  1. For tips 1-5 return to main page of Tips
  2. Avoid excessive mental  stress,  which reduce scalp circulation . Meditation and  relaxation techniques are helpful.
  3. Because minerals are even more important to healthy hair than proteins, include both in your diet. Nutritional deficiencies can cause hair loss, as well as premature graying. In some cases, a copper deficiency may cause premature graying. Try one 2-mg. capsule daily of copper from chelated copper gluconate. 
  4. Just as moderate exercise increases bone density and can improve hearing, it also improves blood circulation in your scalp.
  5. Periodic, scientific juice-fasting removes toxic chemicals built up in your body, especially from chemically-grown foods, the air, the water and drugs used, thus producing healthier hair and preventing premature graying (and aging); average adult carries 5-10lbs., accumulated over a lifetime!
  6. An ounce (each) of sage and rosemary, left for 24 hours in a pint of good water, provides a tonic for treating dandruff.
  7. Apple-cider vinegar, applied as a rinse, is another folk remedy for dandruff: heat only slightly, pour on, and let it 'set' for an hour on a towel-draped head, before shampooing.
  8. Vitamin E, rubbed on the scalp, is also an effective remedy against dandruff.
  9. Rinse immediately after swimming in chlorine- or otherwise-polluted water. Avoid prolonged exposure to harsh, direct sunlight. Ultraviolet rays do the most damage, so avoid the hours they're most intense--10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (11 a.m. to 3 p.m. during Daylight Savings). Even in the shade, ultraviolet intensity can be 50% of that in bright sunlight, while sandy beaches can actually intensify UV exposure by 25% (100% in snow). Same on hazy or cloudy days, when 70-to-80% of UV rays reach the ground.
  10. A correlation has been drawn between excess stress and hair loss,do not stress.
  11. With 50% of U.S. women now coloring their hair, manufacturers have perfected far-less-damaging products, although do avoid the hottest settings of hair-curlers, curling irons and hair-dryers, both to prevent hair damage, as well as avoid skin burning.
  12.  Focus on  exercise and, balanced nutrition, including whole grains, nuts and seeds; fresh, raw fruits and vegetables (especially silicon-rich kelp, onions, nettle, comfrey and alfalfa); raw (unfertile, whenever possible) egg yolks once or twice a week, and if you still use milk, goat's rather than cow's, usually in the soured form--kefir, yogurt, etc.
  13. "Always avoid the two conditions leading to illness--unwholesome diet and behavior--by means of mindfulness. Avoid harmful actions of the body, speech and mind, and devote yourself to what is right.

Again, as shampoos and soaps strip the body's own natural oils off the skin--leading to unnecessary dryness, especially during cold weather--I use shampoo only on the hairy body parts. Make sure whatever shampoo you're using is organic. Personally,  and no alcohol, detergents, artificial color or synthetic perfumes.

 Coconut oil applications to scalp three times a week


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