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1. Take treatment for cold: Don’t let kapha accumulate in your head. People who suffer perpetually from cold are more susceptible to get grey hair at an early age. Do not take a persisting common cold lightly. Seek treatment.
2. Take treatment for sinusitis: Do not neglect sinusitis.. It has adverse effect on hair.
3. Good Digestion: Make sure that your digestive system functions well, your liver is healthy and you do not suffer from other gastric troubles. A sluggish liver and other digestive problems promote hair loss and turn the hair grey.
4. Head Massage: Regular care and an ayurvedic massage of the head is essential to revitalize the scalp.
5. Apply Essential Oils: Bhringaraaja referred to askeshraja or ‘king of the hair’ is an excellent rejuvenator. It also promotes hair growth and makes it black and lustrous. It is the best known herb to effectively stop and reverse balding and premature graying. It cools the brain and helps calm the mind from excessive activity, thus promoting sound sleep. Bhringaraaja is taken internally and used externally as Bhringraj oil.
6. Eat Copper Rich Foods: Sometimes grey hair begins to appear due to lack of copper in your diet. Take a multi-vitamin daily as most of them contain copper. Foods that are rich in copper are turnip greens, lima beans, yams, spinach, and most meats. Copper is also found in blackberries.pineapple. pomegranates, almonds and pumpkin seeds.
Yoga To Prevent Hair Loss And Gray Hair
According to yoga, nerve endings below the fingernails are directly connected to the roots of a person’s hair. Rubbing the nails against one another improves the blood circulation in the scalp, which in turn reduces grey hair. Yoga Asana and Kapalbhati is also said to help in arresting the greying process.
1. Prasana Mudra:
Method: Keep hand near the chest. Rub the nails of the eight fingers against each other for 5 to 10 minutes for 30 days. The thumbs should be straight.
Benefits: This slows down hair loss, with reduction of gray hair and split ends. It makes hair lustrous and strong.
Mandukasana is very good for premature greying hair and help to stop further graying of hair. It is also useful for some other illness like constipation, diabetes and digestive disorders, effectively reduce weight of thighs, hips and the abdomen. This asana strengthens the lower parts of the loins.
1. Avoid Pitta-aggravating foods like spicy, heavy, and oily foods, as well as tea and coffee.
2. Avoid refined foods, refined sugar, junk food, and alcoholic and carbonated drinks.
3. Increase intake of fresh fruits, green leafy vegetables, and vegetable juice prepared from lettuce, carrot, capsicum, and alfalfa.
NOW I losses my 50%hair. How to get back my all hair with medicine. please Only homeopathic doctor say solution. Pls say medicine name for homeopathic.
Avoid vitamin C containing foods like oranges, tomatoes in diet. Gajar and chukander (beat root) are good for vitiligo.
Hello sir/mam I am 19 year girl, since last 7 years I m having a big black spots on my body some are on my face also. I have consulted about it in very reputed doctors of delhi, bhopal, gwalior. They all told me that. Due to any wrong medicine consumed by me. I am having a drug reaction on my body. And it will recover naturally. But it doesnot shows any effect till now. Please suggest me what to do. If you want.
L am 21 years old I have little pigmentation on my face. Please suggest m. And I am worried about as my hair is thin.
Hi I am having grey hair and thin hair from past 10 years so may I know what is the reason for it how do I get reduce from premature grey hair n hair fall n thin hair? Kindly suggest me?
I have acne on my face and their marks for more than 3 years. Please suggest some medicine or home remedies to get rid of them ?
My hair falls continuously and my hair density becomes lesser, i am irritate with this problem, whats its solution? Can my hair density increase?
Hi, I have black spot on face since last few months, before it was light but now little darker also on back too. My age is 35.
Athlete's foot is a common form of a fungal infection. It most commonly occurs between the toes and is medically known as tinea pedis. The most common cause are sweaty feet which when enclosed inside a tight-fitting shoe for a prolong time leads to this condition. The most common symptom of athlete's foot is a scaly rash which causes itching and burning on your foot. It is a contagious disease and is most commonly spread through towels or clothing of people who have that disease. It can also be spread through the floors which people with athlete's foot walk on. Here is everything you need to know about athlete's foot.
- Dirty wet socks inside covered shoes: As mentioned earlier, athlete's foot is a contagious disease which originates from wearing dirty wet socks inside covered shoes.
- Infection: You may also get it by coming into contact with an infected person or their towels and/or clothing. Even walking on the same floor as they walk on may cause an infection.
- Scaly red rash: There is usually a scaly red rash in between the toes when you have athlete's foot.
- Itching: There will be severe itching throughout the persistence of this disease especially when you first take off your shoes.
- Blisters and ulcers: This is not a very common symptom of athlete's foot. However, blisters and ulcers do occur on certain types of athlete's foot.
- Chronic dryness and scaling: This occurs on the soles of the feet and then slowly starts spreading upwards. These symptoms only occur on the type of athlete's foot known as moccasin. Due to this, athlete's foot is often mistaken for eczema and sometimes even dry skin.
- Spreading to the hand: Athlete's foot always starts in your legs and in some cases spread to your hands as well. The likelihood of athlete's foot spreading to your hand is increased if you scratch or pick at the areas of the foot infected.
There are three stages of treatment and these depend on the severity of the infection.
- Over-the-counter medicines: In the first stage of treatment, the doctor will simply prescribe over-the-counter antifungal ointments, sprays or powders.
- Prescription medications: In the next stage of treatment, prescription medications need to be applied to your feet.
- Antifungal pills: If nothing else works, only then should antifungal pills be prescribed.