Are you only in your 20s and suffering from hair thinning already?

This is certainly an urgent and pressing matter that needs your prompt attention. Hair thinning can be caused due to a variety of reasons, be it stress, hormonal changes or improper diet. And it can eventually lead to hair loss as well which further causes stress, resulting in a vicious cycle.

The best way to tackle this problem is to deal with it as early as possible. Here are a few tips that could help your case:
Start by changing your diet:
 

Start by changing your diet:

You might want to reassess what you’re consuming. Your body is your temple, and it requires all the proper care and nutrition you can provide it with.

If you are dealing with hair thinning, you might want to up your protein intake. Since your hair is essentially made-up of protein, a diet rich in proteins will certainly help your cause.

Foods that are rich in protein: Milk, cheese, eggs, beans, soy, and seafood.
Try a few of these DIY hair masks:

Eggs:
 

Eggs:

Eggs are packed with protein which is an excellent source of nourishment for your hair. Also, the yolk helps keep your hair well moisturized. This DIY hair mask could be vital to getting thicker and healthier hair.

How to go about it:

Start off by mixing 1 egg with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and stir this mixture until it is smooth.

You can apply this mixture onto your hair, starting from the roots and working your way gradually to the tips. Let this mixture sit on for about 15 minutes and rinse with a mild shampoo, followed by a conditioner.

For more effective results, repeat this process about twice a week.

Avocado:
 

Avocado:

The internet has been going gaga over this ingredient lately and it’s for all the right reasons. Not only does avocado make for a mean salad, applying it onto your head works just as well!

This fruit deeply nourishes and conditions your hair, thus boosting hair growth.
How to go about it:

Start off by mashing a fresh avocado and a banana together until you get a smooth mixture.

Then, apply this mixture onto your hair evenly. Let it sit on for about 20 minutes. Rinse it off with a mild shampoo, followed by a conditioner that suits your hair type.

For more effective results, do this at least once every week.

Don’t ditch the conditioner:
 

Don’t ditch the conditioner:

While we often tend to skip the conditioner in a rush, doing this can land you in a heap of hair trouble.

Not using a conditioner can lead to dry and dehydrated hair that soon turns brittle. And the damage keeps adding up over time. So it is better to be safe than sorry. Opt for a conditioner that moisturizes as well as adds texture to your hair.

Massage your scalp:
 

Massage your scalp:

A healthy scalp is essential to having long and luscious hair!

It is extremely important that you incorporate this practice into your daily beauty regimen. It helps improve your blood circulation, leading to stronger, healthier hair. Remember to move your fingertips in slow circular motions, so as to reduce stress and to boost your blood circulation in that region. You can always use coconut oil or almond oil to massage your scalp, for they have added benefits such as hair growth and improving the condition of your scalp.