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  • #16
    Re: Girls i need your help?

    Originally posted by witty
    Its normal to have hair loss - its nothing to do with the hijab although i would suggest that you do open your hair and comb it (not when its wet) quite often.

    I would strongly reccommend (since this sort of thing has happened to a couple of people i know) that you begin to use natural products for your hair. Avoid Head and shoulders and other shampoo's on the shelves in supermarkets. Use 100% Organic certified shampoo/conditioner -- They are widely available from: http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/ and http://www.greenpeople.co.uk/ and loads of other places. it will help nourish your hair, every so often, apply oils (which are also available from health shops - you can look them up and see which one is suitable for your hair).

    If the hair loss persists - try supplements, the best one's that i have come across, are in holland and barrets -- type 'hair' in the search facility on the site and you'll find very good tablets that have no side-effects to my knowledge, and will help nourish your hair.
    witty????????? omg??? where u been sis ???????? :(

    welcome back ... :inlove:
    - Inna Ma'iya Rabbi Sayah Deen -

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    • #17
      Re: Girls i need your help?

      Originally posted by ur_yusra
      witty????????? omg??? where u been sis ???????? :(

      welcome back ... :inlove:
      thanks! :up: been nowhere, here and there.
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      • #18
        Re: Girls i need your help?

        Vitamin B supplements and magnesium are good to prevent hair loss and encourage healthy nourishing hair.
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        • #19
          Re: Girls i need your help?

          Losing My Hair Because of Hijab
          Answered by Saraji Umm Zaid

          I have been wearing the hijab for over two years now Alhamdullilah and I am noticing that I am losing alot of hair. I feel I am doing something wrong. Is there a specific type of cloth that a hijab should be made out of to reduce this problem?


          I asked Umm Zaid, of www.ModernMuslima.com, to answer this issue. The following is her answer. You'll find much of benefit on her excellent site.
          Faraz Rabbani.
          Loss of Hair Because of Hijab Answered by Umm Zaid (www.ModernMuslima.com)
          Answer:
          It is true that wearing the hijab, especially if you wear it for many hours at a time, can cause your hair to both darken and thin. Rely on Allah subhannahu wa ta'ala. Take comfort in the knowledge that women, including our Muslim mothers, have been wearing veils for thousands of years. If hair loss was a major result of hijab, balding women would be a common sight in the Ummah. Whether you lose hair or not, insha'Allah, Allah ta'ala will reward you for following His Divine Command. Alhamdulillah, there are a few things you can do to fight this.
          First, you should rule out any health issues that may be causing you to lose hair. A birth, surgery, severe infection or high fever, anemia, thyroid conditions, high doses of vitamin A, fungus, and reactions to common medications (including birth control) can cause you to temporarily lose hair, even after several months have passed. If you think this may be the cause, you should talk to your physician. Also, it is common for women's hair to thin as they age, especially just before and after menopause. You should also make sure you are getting enough protein in your diet, as protein deficiency can cause hair loss.
          Second, you should not wear your hair in tight braids. If you do wear cornrows or other types of braids, keep your scalp moist, and give your hair a break every few weeks by taking them out. If you wear a ponytail, use the new no-metal parts fabric covered bands (rubber bands and metal in bands will pull your hair out). Keep your ponytail loose, and wear it at the nape of the neck. Wear your hair loose as often as possible at home.
          You should be wearing a loose fitting cotton or lace cap under your scarf. This will keep the scarf -- of any fabric -- from slipping and rubbing against your scalp. It also keeps your hair from coming loose under the hijab. Don't wear tight fitting lace headbands or peach skin fabric underscarves -- these only exacerbate the problem.
          If you dye or chemically process your hair, or regularly use a curling or straigtening iron or hot curlers, you should stop for the time being. If you don't want to air dry your hair (which would be best), then use a diffuser on your dryer. If you regularly use styling products, you should use a gentle clarifying shampoo every two weeks, which will help remove residue from your hair and scalp. There are also volumizing and maximizing shampoos and conditioners on the market that will help thicken your hair.
          When shampooing your hair, massage the soap from your scalp to the ends with your fingers instead of lathering it up on top of your head. That causes tangles which can cause your hair to break and fall out. Don't brush your hair while it's wet; use a detangler and a wide toothed comb. To towel dry, squeeze your hair with the towel gently from roots to ends instead of rubbing it against your scalp. Don't put your hair in a braid or ponytail while it's still wet.
          If you have very wavy or curly hair, use a pic or wide toothed comb instead of a brush. If you can, spend a little more money to buy a high quality cushion brush with smooth tipped bristles.
          - Umm Zaid.
          The Prophet SAW said, "(There are2words which R dear 2 the most gracious (Allah SWT)&very easy4the tongue2say but very heavy in the balance.They are:Subhan Allahi Wa Bihamdihi - Subhan Allahil-Azim

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          • #20
            Re: Girls i need your help?

            this thread is 10 yrz old, op, you still here?
            it's confusing when old threads get bumped and the user isn't active anymore.
            And with Him are the keys of the Ghayb (all that is hidden), none knows them but He. And He knows whatever there is in the land and in the sea; not a leaf falls, but He knows it. There is not a grain in the darkness of the earth nor anything fresh or dry, but is written in a Clear Record”
            [al-An’aam 6:59]

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            • #21
              Re: Girls i need your help?

              Originally posted by Creamcake View Post
              this thread is 10 yrz old, op, you still here?
              it's confusing when old threads get bumped and the user isn't active anymore.
              Thats a long time, makes me feel old :(

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              • #22
                Re: Girls i need your help?

                Originally posted by Umar123 View Post
                Thats a long time, makes me feel old :(
                yeah, most of us were kids then.
                And with Him are the keys of the Ghayb (all that is hidden), none knows them but He. And He knows whatever there is in the land and in the sea; not a leaf falls, but He knows it. There is not a grain in the darkness of the earth nor anything fresh or dry, but is written in a Clear Record”
                [al-An’aam 6:59]

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                • #23
                  Re: Girls i need your help?

                  look at who bumped the thread. i think it's a marketing ploy to promote those products.
                  The Lyme Disease pandemic: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5u73ME4sVU

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                  • #24
                    I can't believe 2006 was nearly 10 years ago, subhhanAllah. 10 years.. Where on earth does time fly.

                    It still feels like 10 years ago was 1999 or something not 2005+!
                    إقراء القران فإنه يأتي يوم القيامة شفيعا لأصحابه

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                    • #25
                      Re: Girls i need your help?

                      Originally posted by iRepIslam View Post
                      I can't believe 2006 was nearly 10 years ago, subhhanAllah. 10 years.. Where on earth does time fly.

                      It still feels like 10 years ago was 1999 or something not 2005+!
                      lol i was about to give the sister advice until you mentioned it was 10 years ago then i noticed, haha

                      i wonder if she is bold now loool, nah insha'allah she ok

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                      • #26
                        Re: Girls i need your help?

                        Originally posted by Maryam_akhtar View Post
                        no, im never gona take the hijab off.
                        It the best thing ive ever done.!!!!!!

                        But i spose i just got kinda worried coz its neva happened to me. My mum says its not even a lot. but im paranoid, lol.

                        anyway, thank you, and i'll keep every1's comments to mind.
                        We lose roughly 100 hairs a day. If you are used to walking around with your hair down, you don't notice. Once you pull your hair up all day, and you brush it while down, you'll notice and think you're going bald.

                        Many people wash their hair way too often. It only needs to be washed once or twice a week. The oils or scalp produce are essential for healthy hair. Ensure when conditioning, you leave it on the hair 2-3 minutes. Up to 10 minutes if you want to deep condition.
                        لَمْ يَلِدْ وَلَمْ يُولَدْ
                        سورة الإخلاص

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