Many people overlook the role of stress management in hair loss prevention. Stress is one of the most common causes of hair loss. Since hair is a non-essential function of the body, it is one of the first areas affected by stress. Keeping your stress level under control is of utmost importance in maintaining your hair.
To increase the health of your hair and possibly prevent hair loss, increase circulation to your scalp. You can do this by doing headstands, by giving yourself gentle scalp massages, by exercising, by breathing deeply or by improving your circulation in general. Better circulation to your scalp means more nutrients to your hair, and that means that you're more likely to avoid hair problems.
To maintain full and beautiful hair, keep away from pollutants and toxins. Hair health is intimately tied in with your body's overall health, and exposure to toxins and generally unhealthy substances will increase your odds of hair loss. Make sure you don't spend too much time breathing damaging traffic fumes and avoid handling toxic chemicals or wear gloves when you do.