How does drinking enough water help your hair?
Regarding the skin, your overall hydration level has a direct impact on it as well as your scalp. That’s what causes dandruff — a dry scalp. But a lot more than dry scalp can happen if you’re not drinking enough water daily.
Drinking enough water helps keep your skin soft and supple. It can prevent wrinkles and help your skin retain more of its elasticity. It has similar benefits for your scalp. Staying hydrated promotes circulation and oil production of the scalp, keeping your hair follicles healthy and your locks strong, encouraging growth.
When you’re dehydrated, your body knows that water may be in short supply. This triggers it to divert resources to vital processes, leaving your hair on its own. Your hair may stop growing completely, and the remaining strands may become brittle and prone to breakage. When your hair is breaking and not growing back, you’ll start to notice thinning.
Content credit: MedicineNet