Women affected by hair loss may show hair thinning on the scalp when hair is parted in the midline. The exposed area resembles a ‘Christmas Tree.’ Once the cause of the hair loss is determined, the next step in figuring out the best course of treatment is to evaluate the extent of the hair loss.
Understanding and combating Telogen Effluvium Hair Loss
Posted By: Dr. Batra’s™, 2 hours 35 min ago
Hairfall due to severe stress; poor diet; sudden weight loss; pregnancy or childbirth; menopause; certain drugs; underlying health conditions; surgery or metal toxicity is a very common problem. It’s important to get it treated before it gets late. There are many types of hairloss other than telogen effluvium like patterned baldness, alopecia areata, trichotillomania, etc which only an expert can help you diagnose.
Most of us do not want to lose a single strand of hair. Hair does not only make up for our physical appearance but many of us are also very emotional about our hair. The very thought of hair loss is very scary especially to those individuals who love their hair a lot and are very conscious about their physical appearance. Hair loss can be treated and prevented by using chemical-laden products available in the market but it is highly recommended to use natural remedies.
Many men show the first signs of hairloss by the age of 20. The first sign of hairloss is a receding hairline. It’s very distressing to see the hair just creeping backwards in a matter of some months to years. We are most of the time worried about the lost hair and fail to worry about the hair which is there on the scalp. The first step towards any hair treatment is first to save the existing hair on the scalp and making them strong. The next step is working towards getting hair back depending on the type of hairloss.
The benefits of using homeopathic treatment for hair loss
Posted By: Dr. Batra’s™, 1 day 2 hours ago
Whatever be your type of hairloss, homeopathy has been very beneficial in treating any type of hairloss without causing any damage to vital organs. Hair loss treatments are plenty but choosing one wisely is very important. Any hair treatment should be safe and yield long-term results.
Alopecia areata is one of the most common forms of patchy hair loss. It manifests as small, bald patches on the scalp. They may appear suddenly or in a relatively short span of time. Patchy hairloss is not life threatening but it can cause significant damage to one’s self image.
Male Pattern Baldness is a type of hairloss which is a result of excess male hormone (testosterone). When Testosterone gets converted to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) more than normal limits it causes thinning of hair which results in male pattern baldness.
We always want to know the reasons for our hair loss. Most of us are aware that one of the main reasons for hair loss in men is hereditary or genetic. We keep surfing the net to know various reasons for hairfall. Have we ever paid any attention to our daily routines which have the potential of damaging the hair and making it easy to break and fall off?
39years old Reena suffered from purplish ulcers in her mouth since 2years which caused burning pain when she had food which was absolutely bland. Recently she had developed few lesions on her forehead which appeared as small, discrete, dry, purplish raised spots with mild itching. She had no stress regarding anything. She consulted her local doctors and she was given conventional medicines for mouth ulcers. She started to lose weight as she could not eat well because of the pain caused by the ulcers in the mouth. She consulted a homoeopathic doctor.