Does Diet and Mental Health Impact Hair Loss?

We're not dietitians or psychologists at all however, we've seen a lot in the office in terms of hair loss. We also learned a lot too. Hair loss impacts every type of human. But could we decrease hair loss through food and avoiding stress? Well, we think yes.

Daily tips to help hair growth

1) Be patient with yourself and your hair growth
Remember, you're not alone and your hair loss is not your fault. Breathe and give yourself grace.


2) Avoid negativity
Whether its you or the people around you. Go towards positive thinking and cut off people and things that bring you down, even if its family. Change today! You have one life. Not two, not three, but ONE. You have options now with a THLC hair wig. Let's make it a great one! 


3) Stop stressing
Stress will bring you down and down fast. This is the most value tip because it cost $0 and if not avoided, it could be detrimental to your life. 


4) Be happy through exercise
Increasing endorphins, dopamine, and adrenaline are all brain chemicals associated with feeling happy, confident, capable, feeling less anxiety and stress and even less physical pain.

We suggest Izzymofitness for personal, group, and virtual training. Izzy trains women, men, and teens. Visit her website https://izzymofitness.com/  to learn more and join! Find her on instagram @izzymofitness 

    5) Foods & products that boosts hair growth 
    Hair loss is normally caused by an issue in the body. The body responds by pushing nutrients to those problem areas. In the grand scheme of things, hair is not more important than other organs that keep you alive. With that being said, eat foods that boosts more nutrients to make its way to your scalp. 

    Super foods + products: 

    • Oregano 
    • Key limes
    • Burdock root
    • Ginger 
    • Seamoss
    • Basil
    • Soursop 
    • Watercress
    • Mullein leaf 
    • Jamaican black castor oil
    • Fenugreek capsules 
    • Coconut, avocado, grapeseed, olive, seseme, hempseed oils 

    Avoid: 

    • Fast food 
    • Processed foods (take out, restaurants)
    • Fatty meats 
    • Avoid all oils except those listed above 
    • Canned fruit and vegetables 
    • Seedless fruit 
    • Eggs 
    • Dairy
    • Soy products
    • Fortified foods
    • Alcohol 
    • Foods made with baking powder

    We hope this helps. If you have any questions, send us an email or call the office.