7 Reasons Why Your Hair Is Not Growing Fast Enough

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You may be wondering why your hair isn’t growing.

Well, maybe your not using the right approach to deal with your hair. Your hair requires attention and a healthy all rounded diet to thrive, and lack of either may be the reason you are’t seeing results:

Here are 7 Reasons why your hair is not growing fast enough: 

1. Hair Care Routine Mistakes.

It is important to find a proper hair care routine that works for you and to stick to it!

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2. Heat damage.

Heat like blow dryers can seriously damage your hair. Using heat on a regular base is a major cause of dry hair. Stop using heat and let your locks dry naturally. If you need to use heat make sure to apply a heat protectant before using heat on your natural hair.

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3. Split ends – not trimming hair.

Your hair grows from the root so the tips are the oldest part of your hair. Healthy hair ends are important to avoid hair splitting. Your hair shaft splits due to dry hair. Once you get split ends, you can’t repair them. The only solution is to trim your hair. If your hair is prone to split ends, make sure to moisturize the ends of your hair.

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4. Too much manipulation or stress.

How often do you change your look? Because too much manipulation can cause hair loss. Stress can also  affects your health which can show up on your hair for e.g. hair loss. Relax yourself and do activities like walking or yoga.

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5. Your hair needs moisture. 

This is probably one of the most important things since it’s something you should do every other day.

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6. You aren’t taking vitamins. 

Vitamins along with a good diet will help your hair to grow long and healthy. Feed your follicles!

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7. Not drinking enough water. 

To grow your hair long and healthy you should drink around 2 liters of water per day. You will notice visible differences within few weeks if you stay hydrated.

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