If you are in the middle of a bad hair day, here’s how to avoid a “bad hair” situation.


Don’t take any medication to fight it: There is a growing trend among young people to take “cannabis oil” or “medical marijuana” to treat their hair loss.

If you do take medical marijuana, it’s important to take your medications within an hour of taking them, said Rachel Schulte, a professor of integrative medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.

“They don’t like to take it all at once, so you want to take them all at one time,” she said.

She advised against “drinking the whole bottle” and also against using “heavy” or high-potency hair products.

“These are very strong chemicals,” she added.


Don’s hair can be a nuisance: Hair loss often begins with the growth of new hair follicles.

The growth process begins with hair follicle growth, which can include the growth and division of hair follicular epithelial cells, which are the tiny hair follules that grow along the surface of the hair shaft.

When the hair follular epithelial cell is damaged, it can result in loss of hair.

In some cases, the hair loss may be accompanied by an increase in body hair and hair loss that often occurs during the winter months, said Dr. Jennifer Evers, a dermatologist at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.

“It’s a really difficult time to deal and deal with this,” she told ABC News.

Evers advises against getting “litter-pampering” and trying to “restore” damaged hair.

“You want to be careful not to touch it, and try not to disturb it,” she stressed.


Don t shower or bathe for 10 minutes at a time: This will help keep hair in a healthy state, but there is a chance it will become dry.

Showering for 10 to 15 minutes will help prevent hair loss, said Evers.

“If it gets too dry, it may cause irritation and/or loss of scalp hair, which may lead to dryness and a dry scalp,” she noted.

“In the summer, we recommend using a humidifier and using a good hair conditioner,” she advised.


Do not take aspirin or other medications: This could lead to increased damage to the skin and scalp, which could lead it to dry, cracked skin, hair loss and other side effects.

“Antibiotics can cause hair loss,” Evers said.

“But I wouldn’t take them.”


Don  take a daily vitamin: A daily vitamin can help prevent damage to skin and hair, but it’s also important to follow the recommendations of your doctor, according to Evers and Schultes.

“Vitamin B12 is a great one for your hair, because it can keep your hair healthy,” she recommended.

“I think a lot of people get too much vitamin B12 and are getting hair loss.”

Evers also noted that if you have a hair loss condition, you should not take any anti-inflammatory drugs or “antibiotics” that might worsen the condition.

“For example, ibuprofen is one of the things that is very helpful in preventing hair loss in people who have chronic hair loss or those who have a condition like baldness,” she explained.

“And if you do get a condition that can lead to hair loss when you are taking the medication, it would be very helpful to get a hair condition treatment, but not take that medication.

There are plenty of other things you can do.”


Get a facial wax: Waxing your face is one way to help maintain healthy hair, according Schult, but don’t forget to apply a moisturizer before your waxing session, too.

“Waxing is important,” Eers added.

“When you are waxing, it is important to use a moisturizing oil to protect the skin from the oils that you apply on the scalp.”


Use a hair dryer: The hair dryers have been used to remove dead hair from the scalp for centuries, but their use has declined in recent years due to the increased use of artificial hair colors.

Schult recommended using a hair lightener, such as a natural hair lightening gel, in your hair dryER for good results.

“Just take it as a lightener,” she urged.

“The lightener can help remove hair.”


Take a vitamin: “A vitamin has a lot to do with the immune system,” Ebers said.

The body produces natural vitamin D3, which is used by the immune response to protect skin against pathogens and other threats.

“There are some drugs that are really good for this purpose,” she suggested.

“A lot of hair products can actually be really harmful to the hair