Thinning hair can be a sign of poor nutrient absorption stemming from insufficient stomach acid or bacterial growth in the stomach. Such women need appropriate doses of hydrochloric acid along with a digestive enzyme capsule to correct this condition.
Some women have had success in using aloe by rubbing on the scalp and taking two teaspoons orally before going to bed.
You need to use chemical-free products, i.e. avoid shampoos and conditioners. This is because they only contribute to the rise of pitta in your body. Use warm water to the level of your body temperature for washing your hair. If it is too hot, hair loss will be accentuated. Rinse your hair with boiled neem leaves after washing your hair. It helps to clean your scalp and promotes growth in hair follicles.
Yoga and Meditation
Inverted asanas such as Sarvangasana that tend to reverse the gravity on the body are best suited for treatment of hair loss. They stimulate the flow of blood to the head. Make sure you pratice such asanas under the guidance of a yoga teacher. What you must additionally do is practice deep breathing exercises to control stress, anxiety and keep your mind balanced.
Uses of oils and massage
Other scalp massagers to stimulate hair growth in women include arnica that can be applied in the form cream, ointment or tincture dissolved in warm water;jojoba oil, that may reduce hair loss when applied to the scalp, emu or kalaya oil is recommended as a moisturiser and root stimulant and promote hair growth; rosemary has been used for centuries to keep hair healthy and lush and should be used with almond oil, sage has been used for centuries by women fearing hair loss extracting it in the form of atea for massaging on the scalp; safflower oil has been known to be a good vasodilator and massaging it for twenty minutes a day stimulates hair growth.