Do you usually complain about your slow hair growth? Hair typically grows an inch each month. What if there are ways to grow your hair superfast?

Many people have hair growth problems. The sluggish hair growth cycle is caused by a combination of several factors that include genetics, low iron and overstyling. Before teaching giving the tips to grow your hair fast, understand the basic stages of hair growth cycle.

4 Phases Of Hair Growth:

Anagen (Growing Phase):  This typically lasts 2 to 5 years. A full-length hair is about 18 to 30 inches. The length of this phase controls the length of your hair. The longer the hair stays in this phase, the longer it grows. Asians have longer Anagen phase, and they can last in the Angen phase for 7 years, growing the hair to as much as 1 meter.

Catagen (Transition Phase): As soon as the Anagen phase ends, the Catagen starts. It usually last for 10 days. During this stage, the hair follicle becomes smaller and is removed from the dermal papilla.

Telogen (Resting Phase): This phase lasts for about 3 months. During this stage, the hair is released and falls out. The hair follicle remains inactive for 3 months. About 10 to 15 percent of your hair is under this stage. New hair starts to grow, while the rest of the old hair is resting.

Exogen (Shedding Phase): Also part of the resting phase, the old hair is removed and sheds. New hair continues to grow. An average of 50 to 150 strands of hair can fall out every day. Hair shedding is affected by several factors, including stress, dieting, fever, age, medication, environmental and hereditary factors.

As people age, it’s normal to have a shorter Anagen phase. This makes the hair to become thinner and weaker. When this happens, they should ensure that they have a healthy diet to get the needed nutrients that is needed to have a healthy hair growth.

If you are struggling with the same problem, read on and find ways to boost the growth of your tresses. This may work for others and not for you. Take time to find which one is applicable to improve your hair growth.

  1. Cold water:

Cold water is best for washing your hair, instead of hot water that removes its moisture. Hot water also weakens the hair strands, which makes your hair prone to breakage. It’s best to use lukewarm water first to open the pores of your scalp. Close the pores by rinsing it with cold water. This reduces frizz and hair loss. Closed pores are less susceptible to dirt, oil and greases. It becomes stronger and breakage is less.

  1. Inversion method

Once a day for seven consecutive days, give your scalp a massage for five minutes. Bend your head down and start massaging using your fingertips. Make sure you achieved the “inversion” position, where your heart is higher than your head. This increases the blood flow to your head and activates the hair follicle. This boosts the Anagen phase.  If you want to improve the method, you may incorporate natural oils, such as Olive, Coconut or Argan oil every other day. Applying oil can provide a nourishing, moisturizing treatment to make the hair stronger and shinier.

  1. Grass-fed gelatin

Gelatin is a protein source that is good for your skin, nails and hair. It boosts the production of collagen that is significant in making the hair strong and skin healthy. Get gelatin sources from grass-fed gelatin and low-calorie gelatin.

  1. Biotin

Biotin, also popular as Vitamin H is part of the B-complex vitamins. It is important in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and amino acids.  Biotin is the building block of protein that facilitates hair growth and strength. To have healthy hair, 30 micrograms of Biotin are needed. There are Biotin supplements that you can buy. You can also eat foods rich in biotin, including almonds, pecans, walnuts, peanuts, pork and liver, avocado, cauliflower, salmons, sardines, cheese, milk and eggs (eggyolk).

  1. Avoid the heat

While you are on a hair improvement, cut out blow drying, or hair ironing that weakens the hair. Without using heat, you can improve the health of your hair. Also, avoid tying your hair so tight, which makes it prone to hair fall, splits and breakage.

  1. Coconut oil

Coconut oil is very useful for the health of your hair since it is rich in fatty acids and vitamins. The fatty acids in coconut make it easily absorbed than other conditioners. Using coconut oil regularly can promote hair growth by penetrating into the hair follicles. It moisturizes the hair, soothes flaky scalp and treats hair loss.

Jane Saunders believes in natural beauty and using organic beauty products. She is keen in sharing tips, recommendations and guides to improve health and beauty naturally. She is also a life coach and often speaks about Heroin Addiction Treatment and Withdrawal.