Hair growth is largely a factor of health and genetics, although a few steps can be taken to promote strong, healthy hair that may also grow a little bit faster. If it seems like your hair takes all the time in the world to grow then see it as a sign of the need to take better care of your hair. When growing hair out, your focus should be on growing healthy hair, rather than trying to grow it out quickly and while it may take time, your patience will be rewarded.

While the amount of time your hair takes to grow is affected by factors like diet and genetics there are still steps you can take to ensure some improvement. Under normal conditions, hair grows at a rate of 6 inches (15 cm) each year. While you cannot make hair grow more quickly, you can make it stronger, healthier, and more attractive to look at it by eating a balanced diet and adding supplements designed for hair. Nails and hair is made from keratin which is a type of protein, so increasing the protein in your diet will help make your hair stronger.
Scalp care
Regular head wash and massage is extremely important to promote hair growth. This is one of the coolest tips for making your hair grow faster ever and it really works! Massaging the scalp leads to better circulation and regular washing ensures that your hair is free from any residue, dirt, or dead skin cells. Just heat up a hot oil treatment, rub it into your scalp, wait a little while, and youíll see the difference that your hair will feel thicker, softer and longer.
Tight braids
Avoid sleeping with tightly braided hair or a right ponytail. This causes breakage over time and that certainly doesnít help when you want your hair to grow! You just put your hair up in a loose ponytail and secure it with a scrunchie or specially treated band. You could also wear a satin or silk scarf over your head while you sleep.
Hair food
Every time you spot a pimple on your face, you make it a point to resolve it by applying some face mask or cream. If you eat a lot of protein rich foods, you will see a huge difference in the quality of your hair, as well as the speed with which it grows. In the same manner your hair also needs to be shown some love. Things like eggs, fish, fruits and vegetables. Try to oil your hair regularly or apply hair masks and conditioners for achieving hair thatís shiny and long. Cut down junk food and focus on healthy meals.
Hair styling
The way we style our hair tends to have an impact on our hair growth. It is even believed that constantly combing your hair in one direction and styling your ponytail in the same manner everyday leads to hair loss. An overdose of styling products and heat exposure can have a negative impact on oneís hair.
Never brush your hair when itís wet
The worst thing you can do is brush your hair when itís wet, because that is the state when it is most vulnerable and most likely to break off. Well, thatís one time you canít escape it because itís the only way to figure out the length of your hair and how it needs to be cut. Leave your hair to air dry on its own and avoid brushing it when itís wet.
Regulate stress
Stress is as much a part of our life as, say, television or the internet, but given the connection between stress and hair loss, you have to try youíre very best to get it under control. Stress can easily take a toll on your hair growth so if you are prone to taking stress then start meditating and exercising actively for happier mental health. Stress management classes, yoga or spending more time with loved ones, dancing, calming music and most importantly adequate sleep will certainly help to get rid of stress and ultimately lead to better hair, glowing skin, and a better you!
Tips you need take care for your hair growth
Eating a balanced diet makes hair stronger and healthier.
Rinsing hair in cool water helps to reduce split ends.
Using a towel to gently blot hair can reduce the stress of styling,
Hair should be trimmed regularly to avoid split ends
Always wash hair with lukewarm water and rinse with cold water.
A hair stylist can give you suggestions for encouraging healthy growth for your hair type.

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