Here are some more practical ways to prevent hair loss:

Keep your head sweat free
Men with oily hair, experience dandruff during summer due to sweating and the chances of hair fall increases. Using shampoos that contain aloe vera and neem can keep the head cool and prevent dandruff.

Also, men who wear helmets experience major hair loss during summer. As the sweat accumulates in the pores, it weakens hair roots causing hair loss in men. So wearing a cloth scarf over your hair can prevent hair loss.

Change how you style your hair (for men with long hair)
If you are losing your hair, you must loosen up your hair. Hairstyles such as ponytails, braids and other artificial hairstyles pull hair, tug on the follicles and this can promote loss of hair.

Take care of your health
Health problems are harbingers of hair loss. Ensure you deal with chronic illnesses, high fevers and infections properly to ensure healthy hair.

Keep a watch on medication
Certain medications may have side-effects, one of which could be hair loss. Ask your doctor if the medication you are taking is causing hair loss and if it is, ask him to change the medication.

Keep away from chemicals
Harsh chemicals and permanent hair colour products could damage the hair. When you are experiencing hair loss, it is advisable not to colour your hair.

Schedule appointments with doctors regularly
There are many health conditions, particularly skin-related conditions, that cause changes in hormonal balances which in turn lead to hair loss. Make sure you see a doctor regularly for your underlying illnesses and conditions.

Other ways to prevent hair fall

Biotin, also known as vitamin H, is one of the B complex vitamins that helps our body convert food into energy. Studies suggest that including biotin-rich food in your diet or taking a biotin supplement may slow hair loss. Further you can slow hair loss by including biotin-rich foods like nuts, sweet potatoes, eggs, onions and oats in your diet.

Bhringraj, also known as False Daisy, is a medicinal herb that has been used for a long time to prepare Ayurvedic medicines to prevent hair loss. Studies carried out on lab mice demonstrate that Bhringraj extract promotes hair regrowth.

Green tea
Green tea is not only beneficial when trying to shed kilos, but is also a herbal remedy for hair loss. Green tea contains polyphenolic compounds which are considered beneficial to prevent hair fall.

I trust that you have found this blog helpful and remember if any adverse reactions result from adopting any of the above ways to prevent hair fall, see your doctor as soon as possible.