There is no way to be 100% safe to stop all types of hair loss possible; but still there are some methods that have been used and work well for some people.
In addition to changing your diet and follow the advice offered in previous articles there are some natural remedies that are also very good utility.
Aromatherapy and massage have been used with some success. In fewer cases of temporary hair loss, hair growth can be stimulated with massage, because blood and oxygen flowing to the scalp should be healthy for the hair to grow.
A blend of six drops of essential oil of lavender and six drops of essential oil of laurel on a base with four ounces of almond oil, soybean and sesame, massaged into the scalp and left 20 minutes in the same, is used for flavoring therapists to stimulate the scalp.
Once the mixture is in the scalp for 20 minutes, the hair and scalp with a normal shampoo mixed with three drops of essential oil of laurel lava.
Massaging the scalp in general for a few minutes a day can stimulate blood circulation to the hair follicles and in some cases also stimulate hair growth.
Of course, one must be careful and gentle when massaging and not pull hair or use fingers when massage is done on the scalp. If you're worried that the fingers are in the way, there are other options.
One option is the flat hand massage, while not as effective as the finger massage can also provide some circulatory benefits and good results. There are several electronic massagers on the market that come with an attachment for scalp massaging as well.
An oriental method called Qi Gong (pronounced Chi Kung) has been used to increase circulation to the scalp and face was. The fingers should be placed in the center of the base of the skull and then begin giving small pats, about 30 times.
Starting to do this towards the ears, continuing to gently pat. After reaching the height of the ears should return was a little higher than the center of the skull, and work well around the ears sector.
You should continue doing this, about eight times, each time repeating the process.