Vitamins for Hair Growth
Vitamins for hair growth work very well when chosen properly. There are certain vitamins that improve hair growth, so it helps to know what vitamins these are. There are many routes to take when trying to revive the growth of your hair but none of them are as good as vitamins.
On the other hand, there are other treatments that are more effective than vitamins. By ‘good’ I mean overall good. Vitamins are good for your body and overall health, which is where one should start when trying to cure any illness or body problem, because if your body is in poor health, then many of the treatments, such as shampoos and foams, will not be as effective, as if they are used in combination with a healthy body.
B and H:
To start, pantothenic acid (B5) and biotin (used to be vitamin H) help to produce more hair by stimulating the body’s consumption of vitamins, and by increasing cell development using the vitamins inside the body. Folic acid also helps cell development and inositol helps to keep the cell membrane healthy. These vitamins are important because, unlike many products, vitamins go to the source of the problem. By strengthening up the root of the hair you will find that your hair loss will decrease and your hair will become healthier because the hair follicles come from the roots within the scalp.
Vitamin B5 is pantothenic acid and this delays the onset of grey hair and of hair loss itself. You can find vitamin B5 in whole grain, yeast and egg yolks. Vitamins B6 and B12, like vitamin B5, aids to prevent hair loss and helps to keep the color of your hair by increasing melanin. Again, these can be found in yeast, veggies, egg yolk, whole grain and some meat, chicken and dairy.
Hair Growth Vitamins: A,B,C:
Some important hair growth are easy to remember because they basically include any vitamins that include the beginning of the alphabet. Vitamins A, B, C, and E are essential for healthy hair growth. Antioxidants, vitamin A, help make healthy sebum, an oily secretion of the sebaceous glands, in the scalp. This is where fruits and veggies come in handy, because these contain plentiful amounts of antioxidants.
Dairy products and beef also contain vitamin A. Vitamin B comes in a variety of places. There are also different types of vitamin B’s to look for. Vitamin B3, B5, B6, and B12 are important vitamins for hair growth. B3 is niacin, which helps scalp circulation and can be found in yeast, turkey, beef and chicken. Vitamin C is, like vitamin A, an antioxidant and vitamin E helps the scalp’s circulation. Vitamin B is important for keeping away hair loss and also graying of the hair.
Important and Easy to Take:
Hair growth vitamins are easily attained and can be found in many of the foods that you already eat everyday. The key is to know what exact foods contain the most amounts of these vitamins and also which foods contain the most amount of vitamins in terms of having vitamins A, B, C, and E mixed together, such as egg yolks. Vitamins are important because they help to keep you healthy and your hair healthy.
The vitamins target the roots of the hair, rather than just covering up the problem temporarily. Vitamins are not only important to help with your hair growth but they are also important in helping the quality of your hair, overall, as well as the color of your hair. If you are looking for hair loss treatment then start, before anything, by using vitamins for hair growth because these will help the other treatments and products work more effectively.