Heat Awareness Day 2020 is on Saturday, May 23, 2020: I bleached my hair about 5 days ago and my scalp burns?
Saturday, May 23, 2020 is Heat Awareness Day 2020. National Weather Service Heat Safety Heat Awareness Day: May 23,
drinking 8 glasses of water a day
grease scalp everyday
try to avoid heat on hair
never pick at it
never play with(breaking it off)
best choice is to go natural
try to avoid chemicals in hair
try not to sweat it out
find the right product for you
take care of your hair
Take good care of your hair! It will add to your charm - who can resist a person with lovely, silky hair? So do try out the above tips! Hope these littles tips have been useful! :)
Tips To Stop Hair Loss & Keep Healthy Hair Here are some hair care tips that you can use to help stop hair loss and keep your existing hair healthy and looking great. Please don't take these tips lightly. They are very important . The only thing they require is your time and commitment.
- Massage your scalp with your fingertips (not your nails) daily to stimulate and promote circulation to your scalp and reduce excess fallout. Invert your head while you shampoo & massage your scalp. This helps promote blood circulation to the head.
- Essential oils & tea . To stimulate scalp circulation, massage the scalp with rosemary essential oil or rinse hair with tea made from sage.
- Comb or brush your hair and scalp gently in the morning and at night. This helps break up hardened oils (sebum) that are clogging your hair follicles. Doing this alone has produced new hair growth. Do not over do combing or brushing.
- keep a distance from dryer's heat. When using blow dryers, always keep the heat a good distance from your scalp and hair. Avoid heating the scalp and hair excessively. Excessive heat will increase hair loss, and excess fallout.
- Avoid getting hair creams, lotions, styling gels and sprays directly on the scalp as they will clog your hair follicles. Use a light hold spray if you must.
- After swimming in a pool, shampoo your hair as soon as possible to remove any chlorine residue. Chlorine is extremely damaging to the hair and scalp.
- Avoid over-exposing your hair and scalp to the wind and sun. Good hair care over a long period really makes a difference!
- Avoid tight hats and caps as they contribute to poor circulation, depriving the hair of proper nutrition and stunting new hair growth. The sweat, dirt and grime around the rim inhibit follicle health and contribute to build-up.
- Always consult your health care provider for extreme causes of excess fallout and thinning. A medical condition or medication could be causing hair loss side-effects.
- Strive for balance and harmony in both your personal and professional lifestyle. High stress factors can cause your body to react by fluctuating hormone levels. This in turn causes excessive oil secretion (sebum) which results in hair loss.
- Pregnancy, nursing, menopause, and even birth control medication can cause constant changing factors on your nutritional needs and hormonal levels which contribute to hair loss and excess fallout.
- Avoid "crash and fad" diets. Proper nutritious meals along with vitamin and mineral supplements are a key factor for healthy hair and skin.
- Good hair care starts with awareness. These hair care tips, if followed consistently, will reduce excess fallout, hair loss, and promote new hair growth.
- Reduce hair loss effects by increasing your intake of vitamin C found in fresh fruits and vegetables, particularly citrus fruit and juices, parsley, broccoli, green peppers and black currants. Take a vitamin B complex everyday or brewers yeast. Increase your intake of protein found in meat, fish, liver, wheat germ, dried cooked beans and peas, tofu, cheese, milk and eggs.
- Take dietary supplements such as Vitamin B6, zinc & saw palmetto. Supplements are useful when you can't get enough from natural food sources.
- The Chinese believe that hair is nourished by the blood, and therefore influenced by the kidney & liver. Treatment is aimed at these organs using fleece flower root, wolfberry fruit or mulberry fruit.
- Eliminate stress or else it can be disastrous to your precious hair!
- Get enough sleep. Sleeping well is essential for the health of your hair as well as for the rest of your body.
Will you celebrate Carbon Footprint Day with a road trip?
Funny :) I personally cannot stand hollow, just for show, one day "awareness" events like Earth day. I remember the first time I saw a big Earth day concert - and the amount of garbage it created.
Me, I believe global warming, though it is being sped along by human activity...it might be part of the cycle as well. But stuff is melting, can't argue with that. Conservation is a sound idea no matter what you believe scientifically - but I could do without the green movements hypocrisy. Such as movie stars telling us to conserve - while they fly around like crazy and have how many homes that they heat and cool, with swimming pools etc..
Day to day private action is what counts, not the "green" promotional t-shirts. Trendy never solved or helped anything.
Well, I'm lucky to have had a VERY long term relationship with my frist cat...
I got him when I was five years old and he lived 2 months past his 21st birthday... Twenty One Years Old...
He wasn't a pet... He was a sibling... We grew up together and a relationship that lasted over 16 years gave both of us LOTS of time to learn the quirks of the other...
My cat understood english... I could ask him to do something and, if he felt like it, he would do it... I could tell him to watch out because I was going to move my chair when he was sleeping under it and without having to use a "Trained" statement, I could just speak aloud, like I was talking to another human, and he would get up and move out of the way of the wheels.
He had full sentences that I understood when he wanted to tell me something... I could distinguish between "My litter box needs cleaning" and "My water needs to be refilled".
He could even tell me he was worried that his feeder was getting empty and if I ignored him and it actually ran out of food, he would come up to me and yell at me and lead me to his feeder to be refilled!
He had 21 years to learn everything he did and he was able to do many things that I have never seen a cat be able to do before all because he had the time to watch and learn... He could open doors... he could turn his heating pad on and off... (it was a push button) and the extent of his ability to watch, remember, and learn proved to ME that cats are self-aware.
My current cat... He has been diagnosed as having brain damage from being forced to breath pot smoke as a kitten... So I doubt he will ever be able to do 1/8 of the things my first cat could do... But still, he may be a little "Off" but he too shows inovation in inventing games that he both plays with himself AND plays with my father and myself...
He may be slow, but he shows great intelegence when it comes to finding his toys and treats when I hide them and play with him...
Most animals are not half as stupid as humans like to delude themselves into thinking...
We may be the current top of the food chain but the rest of the world continues to evolve while we stagnate by allowing the worst of the species to be the breeders...
Something else will evolove one day and upset our position at the top of the pyrimid...