Combing And Washing Hair

During the combing of hair pursued two goals: first – it's just to comb tangles, and the second – massage the scalp. In the first case are ideal wooden combs with rare, not severe dents. Such combs, combing her hair almost no damage and did not cause their electrification. In the second case, for the purpose of the massage the scalp using a brush with natural bristles. To improve hair growth is recommended brushing and massage with bowed head on his knees. In such a situation would be a great influx of blood to the head and the effect of the massage will increase. In addition, frequent combing brushes with natural polishing bristles will effect and your hair will be smooth and shiny. With the features of the structure and hair growth you will find in the Women's Library Section – Structure and growth of hair to wash your hair should be at least contamination.

Before the procedure, they carefully comb crest. Wash water should be soft. In order to soften the water you need to add baking soda in it (at the rate of 1 teaspoon baking soda per 1 quart of water). The water temperature for washing Oily hair should be about 35 degrees, and dry – 45 degrees. If you have a hair cut by then for 30 minutes before washing, split ends need to lubricate the burdock oil. Shampoo is selected depending on hair type and the goal you want achieve. Shampoo bottle is squeezed out of the palm, foam, and then the resulting foam is applied to the scalp first and then to the rest of the hair.

Foam should be applied only in one direction – from root to tip (and not vice versa). While washing the hair must not be rubbed against each other in the transverse direction, as wet hair vulnerable and easily damaged. After a light massage of the scalp for 1 minute, rinse shampoo. It's desirable repeat the procedure again. After rinsing, to have clean hair, applied a conditioner or hair mask. Conditioner can be used frequently, but the mask only 1 (maximum 2) per week. Conditioner is applied at 2-3 minutes, then rinse. Hair masks are more effective than air conditioners. They contain more nutrients and is more pronounced therapeutic effect. But their frequent use (more than 1-2 times per week), hair oversaturated various substances, become heavy, fast zhirneyut. So all is good in moderation. Masks are applied for a longer time than air-conditioning that is approximately 20-30 minutes. It is desirable to cover the head towel and keep warm. It is not recommended to comb wet hair, because they are easily damaged. You can not blow-dry and the sun. Once the hair dries, comb them, and long hair – from the ends, gradually rising higher and shorter – from the roots.

Bone Growth Essentials

Muscles, ligaments, tendons, and various organs, glands, nails, hair, enzymes, hormones – are made up of proteins that are also needed for bone growth. Amino acids are chemical components of protein molecules. Various combinations of the 28 known amino acids in our bodies form a 50 000 different proteins and 20,000 enzymes. The human body can synthesize any desired protein of the 28 amino acids. The number of combinations exceeds all imagination – more than 10 to the 130th degree! Each amino acid is an amino containing, among other things, nitrogen. In the absence or insufficient amount to at least one amino acid necessary proteins are formed. Amino acids are precursors of neurotransmitters or neurotransmitters – the transmitters of nerve impulses in sipansah – ie participate in the central nervous system, allowing it to receive and send signals. Obviously, 80% of amino acids are synthesized in the liver and the rest we get from food.

In humans, the essential distinction, conditionally essential and nonessential amino acids. Essential are those that are not synthesized by the body or are synthesized in minute amounts. We get them daily with food. Conditionally essential – those who, in a certain state metabolism, are not produced in sufficient quantities. Replaceable – all the rest.

The body produces enough of them, in the presence of nitrogen from essential amino acids. Individual amino acids linked together in chain, called di-, tri-, … polypeptides. Of these chains are proteins. Essential amino group: isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, federal Nila-nin, threonine, tryptophan, valine.