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Arogya Homoeo Hall

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146/3 - P.O Gayeshpur,Near Auto Stand
Gayeshpur, West Bengal - 741234
Details for Dr. Arghya Majumder
Calcutta Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital
University of Pennsylvania
Certificate course from University of Pennsylvania
Past Experience
House Physician at The Calcutta Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital
Physician at Bengal Allen Medical Institute
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    Dry white flakes of skin, on your scalp, is known as dandruff.
    it is not a health risk but is a source of embarrassment.
    some people have the wrong notion that it is because of bad hygiene or washing the hair often - this is a false belief. It is just that people having dandruff shed more skin than others.
    however, some dermatologists suggest that is caused by a yeast fungus that is believed to breed in a combination of sebaceous oil and dead skin cells


    A family history of dandruff.
    excessive sweating of the scalp.
    excessive mental and physical stress.
    use of alkaline soaps.
    cold dry winter season.
    psoriasis of the scalp.
    seborrhoeic dermatitis.
    improper carbohydrate and sugar consumption.
    nutrient deficiencies b-complex, essential fatty acids, selenium

    Sign and symptoms

    flakes of skin which may be small and white or large greasy and yellow.
    itching on scalp, eyebrows, nose or ears.
    it can be worse in winters.

    Dietary management

    avoid fatty and oily food.
    avoid dairy products (except yoghurt) cheese, cottage cheese, and seafood.
    avoid sugar, white flour, and chocolate
    avoids excess alcohol.
    avoid stress.
    even though dandruff is dry flaking skin do not normally apply excessive oil as it may provide an environment for yeast to breed.


    add one teaspoon of vinegar to the rinsing water after washing your hair.
    before washing your hair, apply a mixture of 8 tablespoons of pure organic peanut oil and 2 tablespoon lemon juice and massage into the scalp. Leave it for 10-15 minutes then shampoo.
    you can replace oil with coconut milk or coconut water; leave it overnight and shampoo.
    wash hair with natural, herbal ingredients rather than chemical take mixture of amla (Indian gooseberry) powder, aritha (Sapindus laurifotius) powder and shikakai (acacia continent) powder, soak it in water overnight and wash hair with the mixture.
    practice yoga helps in relieving stress and will increase blood circulation.
    natural live yoghurt is recommended as a natural conditioner.
    avoid harsh hair dyes and hair creams.
    softly massage your scalp when you shampoo or oil. This will help blood circulation and prevent skin from drying and cracking.


    drink plenty of water.
    eat a large percentage of your diet as raw fruits and vegetables.
    consume (3-4) nuts and seeds daily.
    consume linseed oil 2 tablespoons.
    consumption of aloe vera juice is also helpful.
    consume kelp and Japanese sea plants frequently as they supply many minerals like iodine which are better for hair growth and healing of the scalp.
    increase intake of zinc in diet:
    shellfish, beef and other red meats, eggs and seafood, milk and milk products, nuts, sea plants especially the japanese sea.
    consume a diet rich in antioxidants like vitamin a, vitamin c and vitamin e.
    increase intake of foods that contain pufa's (poly unsaturated fatty acids): flax / linseed oil is the richest source of pufa's. Other oils that contain pufa's are safflower oil, soybean oil, maize oil, sesame oil, olive oil. As all oils are high in fats, its consumption should be limited. The intake of oils should not exceed 20gms a day.
    sesame oil and almond oil hinders the absorption of LDL (low-density lipoproteins), so it is advisable to use replace other cooking oils by sesame oil.
    consume lots of selenium:
    fish, shellfish, eggs, red meat, chicken, liver, grains, brazil nuts, garlic, wheat germ and brewer's yeast.

    consume lots of vitamin b complex:
    liver, kidney, pancreas, yeast (brewer's yeast), lean meat especially pork, fish, dairy products, poultry, egg, shrimps, crabs, and lobsters.
    milk and milk products, green leafy vegetables, legumes, nuts, whole grain cereals.
    carrots, bananas, avocado, raspberries, artichoke, cauliflower, soy flour, barley, cereals, pasta, whole grains, wheat barns like rice and wheat germ, dried beans, peas, and soybeans.
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    Adhd is a condition including attention difficulty, hyperactivity and impulsiveness.
    Very common in children below 10 years of age.

    More than 10 million cases per year are found in India.
    Can be cured by homoeopathic medicine.

    Chronic: can last for years or be lifelong
    Requires a medical diagnosis as early as possible.
    Adhd often begins in childhood and can persist into adulthood. It may contribute to low self-esteem, troubled relationships, and difficulty at school or work.

    Symptoms include limited attention and hyperactivity.
    Lab tests or imaging not required
    Treatments include- homoeopathic medication and talk therapy.

    Risk factors-
    Scientists are not sure what causes ADHD. Like many other illnesses, a number of factors can contribute to adhd, such as:

    Cigarette smoking,
    Alcohol use,
    Or drug use during pregnancy
    Exposure to environmental toxins during pregnancy
    Exposure to environmental toxins, such as high levels of lead,
    Low birth weight
    Brain injuries

    Adhd is more common in males than females, and females with adhd are more likely to have problems primarily with inattention. Other conditions, such as learning disabilities, anxiety disorder, conduct disorder, depression, and substance abuse, are common in people with ADHD.
    So, take care of your child as early as possible before creating any worse situation of his/her life.
    Thank you.
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