Deficiency of vitamins and minerals causes a variety of disorders in the human body, including the occurrence of cosmetic defects such as hair problems.
To make your hair strong and healthy, take care of your diet first. In your daily diet, be sure to include foods containing a large amount of B vitamins. In the morning for breakfast, cook cereals from cereals. The most useful is oatmeal, as well as bran. Try to consume as many legumes as possible. Peanuts, lentils and beans are very rich in vitamins. Eat a variety of fresh vegetable salads every day and add eggs to them for maximum benefit. Include lean meats, seeds, and nuts in your diet.
Be sure to take a course of taking brewer's yeast. Ideally, there should be three such courses per year. In addition, nowadays pharmacies sell a lot of various vitamin complexes that improve the health of skin, nails and hair. You can also purchase an ordinary multivitamin preparation that includes selenium, iron, phosphorus, calcium, vitamins of group B and C. In combination with them, you can take fat-soluble vitamins A and E, very useful for hair. Take vitamin complexes with meals, preferably in the first half of the day. Be sure to drink plenty of water after taking them. If your hair needs active treatment, take monotherapy.
In addition, at least once a week before washing your hair, make nourishing hair masks containing a basic set of vitamins. To improve the effect, add vitamins A and E to them. One ampoule per serving is enough. Do this just before applying the mask. After that, apply the mask as always. Spread the product on your hair, wrap your head with plastic wrap, warm with a terry towel. Walk like this for about 30 minutes. Wash off with a decoction of nettle or chamomile. You can rinse your hair with water and a little lemon juice.