Hair fall is a very unpleasant condition for both men and women. When it happens at early ages it is even more traumatic for those affected. One of the major causes that determines hair fall is stress and since in our fast paced lives it is very difficult to avoid it, it might be better to be aware of the fact that at some point or another we might be confronted with hair fall and to take some preventive measures. It is naturally easier to prevent than to treat and as long as you don't allow the situation to become desperate, you won't have any problem in keeping hair fall under control.
A herbal treatment is the most recommended method for preventing hair fall because it produces no side effects and it can do no harm to you.
As there is a wide variety of herbs that can be used in this matter, all you have to do is to choose the ones that appeal to you the most or the ones that seem to have best results on you. If a natural treatment was effective on a friend or relative of yours, this does not mean that is going to do the exact same thing on you because we are all different individuals.
Massaging your scalp with essential oils on a regular basis is a good prevention method that helps you keep your hair where it belongs. Coconut oil, almond oil and castor oil are the ones that have proven to be of help in cases of hair loss. Massage in itself is good for the health of your hair because it improves the blood flow. Herbs like Ginkgo Biloba and green tea are also recommended in the battle against losing you hair because the substances they contain are stimulating circulation and thus hair growth.
Henna powder is being used for centuries to dye the hair and it also has great effects on its health and beauty. You can either make a paste from henna powder and egg yolk or apply it on your hair before washing, or you can mix henna powder with beetroot leaves. Herbs also used for ages in the Indian medicine, like reetha, shikakai and amla can be bought from a herbal store and used for making a natural shampoo. They should be boiled in two liters of water and then used for washing the hair. Unlike shampoos bought from the hypermarket, this doesn't contain any aggressive chemicals. In what concerns conditioning, you can easily use hot olive oil for this.