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After delivery I my hair looks so dull. And its not look good. In short I feel my hair wait lost. And its strips is poor.
I am getting pimples and rashes on my face and neck beside ear since 2 months daily one pimple will come and disappear in 3 to 4 days If I take tablets ir come s immediately.
I have a serious ulcer problem and while eating eagerly am getting hiccups. And how to reduce my ulcer problem. I have smoking habit, how to quit smoking. I have little bit skin issues how to reduce black spots on my face.
I am suffering from dry skin itching from last 2 weeks and wants to get rid of ASAP. It's Nasty and irritates me a lot!
There are small hairs which is not visible on naked eyes are there in face But it is not growing out as thicker one Why is it so? I started to improve my diet by taking protein rich foods How long will it take to grow out thicker hairs on beard area Guide me doctor.
I have been suffering from night fall twice a week or once a week and two three pimples are there in my face will my night fall cause any hamper to my face.
I have black spots as well as pimples on my back. I used scar removal cream for 4 months but didn't see my changes. What should I do?
The red, itchy rash on your scalp or body with dandruff-like flakes is actually caused due to seborrheic dermatitis. This skin disease’s resemblance the symptoms of dandruff, eczema, psoriasis or a skin allergy, that seborrheic dermatitis often goes undiagnosed. This is actually bad for your health, as the seborrheic dermatitis patches keep reappearing and get larger. Ayurveda and nature have solutions how to tackle this skin scourge and keep them controlled.
Seborrhea can occur on any part of your body as well as your scalp. It’s symptoms are yellowish flakes and oily scales along with reddened skin. This disease usually occurs on oily areas of your body, such as the face, side of the nose, upper chest and back. The affected skin also looks swollen and greasy. Since seborrheic dermatitis tends to occur in areas of heavy sebum or oil production, studies show that oily skin can be the cause of the disease. Other causes are yeast infection of the skin, and any disease that reduces your immunity like AIDS, or a condition that affects the nervous system like Parkinson’s disease.
Allopathic treatments for the disease are many and they do work, especially if your seborrheic dermatitis is mild. Doctors usually prescribe antifungal creams or medicated shampoos like ketoconazole, selenium sulfide, coal tar, and zinc pyrithione. These do control the symptoms for a while, but the symptoms tend to be back with a change of season. In more severe cases, you may also have to ingest corticosteroid medication to calm the inflammation that occurs due to this skin infection.
This usually prevents a flare-up. Ayurveda is the only therapy that treats seborrheic dermatitis from its roots. Seborrheic dermatitis is a disease that occurs due to the increase in Kapha and Vayu doshas inside your body and is known as Darunak in Ayurveda. Hence, Ayurvedic physicians recommend that you should avoid cold and dry weather, and certain foods to reduce the effects of these two doshas. Avoid too much salt, sour, cold items, curds, eggs and eat more bitter veggies. Oil treatments are very effective and so are certain panchakarma procedures like Abhyangam, Murdha thaila, Virechan, Nasyam are recommended under supervision. Marichyadi tailam is highly recommended for external application on the skin regularly.
Ayurveda also highly recommends the following herbs for controlling seborrheic dermatitis:
- Amla: An anti-oxidant that raises immunity levels to stop flare-ups of seborrheic dermatitis.
- Giloy: A herb that heals inflammation, due to increased pitta levels in your body.
- Neem: This calms pitta. Wash the area affected by skin infection with neem infused water.
- Daru Harida: Another powerful healing herb that calms pitta.
- Mulethi: This regulates hormonal levels and prevents flare-ups.
Prevention is better than cure. Boost your body immunity by having healthy food and regular exercise. Hygiene and regular bath are equally important, to do wonders in keeping such skin infections at bay.
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