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Doctor i m 26 year old and earlier had an hair-fall problem which is resolved now, but now i have excessive dandruff which is also effecting my face(pimples and acne), secondly my hair is very dry, I try to oil my hair every week and i shampoo(mild) at every alternate days. Please help me to cure my dandruff problem ?
I am having ithcy skin from past week near my penis thigh and also on penis mouth. The skin on the penis mouth is appearing to be swelling and also on thigh small pimple like things are coming out. Same appears on my skin of penis. Please help.
Hello, I am 27 years old software Engineer and suffering from very bad under eye dark circles and pigmentation and it's since childhood. I used to wear glasses earlier because of which my dark circles weren't that visible to people but after the eye surgery I am not wearing glasses anymore and it's become a huge problem since dark circles are clearly visible. Also, every time I meet people the first thing they notice me and ask me about is my dark circles. And I should also mention I have consulted so many doctors and tried so many different ointments and creams over the years but nothing worked. Currently I am on ReVibra C10 capsules for a month now and also have had one session of arginine peeling but result seem to be the same, no changes. It's really affecting my professional and personal life. And also so much of my money is getting wasted on this without no guaranteed results. Can anyone suggest me what treatment or which dermatologist/cosmetologist I should consult?
Hectic lifestyle, poor eating habits lead to an increase in stress levels and create unevenness and disorders within the body that affect vital energy. All diseases are believed to be caused by what we eat and what we don’t consume. This form of therapy seeks to find the root cause and eliminate the toxins. It focuses on the entire body and uses natural elements and therapies to cure the imbalances rather than eliminate or restrain the symptoms. Naturopaths aid the healing process for a healthy internal and external environment.
Hair fall was once upon a time associated with old age but today’s lifestyle and exposure to stress have made hair fall a common occurrence. Modern medicine does have remedies for hair fall but it has fairly limited results. Thankfully naturopathy has alternate remedies that can be quite useful.
Unlike conventional forms of medication, naturopathy does not focus only on the symptoms exhibited. Naturopathy has negligible side effects and hence can be prescribed for people of all ages. It is a holistic yet individualistic form of treatment that addresses both the symptoms of the problem and the overall mental and physical health of the person. Thus, two people with the same problem may be treated with different remedies. For this reason, one should avoid self-medicating with naturopathy and stay away from advertisements that offer guaranteed success. However, here are a few simple things you could do to prevent hair fall.
- Eat plenty of spinach: Spinach is rich in iron and easy to digest. Iron deficiency or anaemia is one of the most common causes for hair fall. This is because iron is essential for the oxygenation and circulation of blood. If the circulation of blood is affected adversely, the roots of your hair will not get the nutrients they require and hence weaken.
- Increase your zinc and biotin intake: Zinc and biotin are nutrients that are essential for healthy hair. A deficiency of these nutrients can make hair break easily and slow down hair growth. Though these minerals can be added to your diet in the form of supplements, it is best to get them naturally. Whole grain cereals, peanuts, eggs dairy products and chicken are rich sources of biotin while cashew, chickpeas, yoghurt and lamb are rich sources of zinc.
- Massage your scalp: A massage is one of the essential elements of naturopathic treatment. Coconut oil promotes hair growth, reduces breakage and conditions hair. Ideally, massage your scalp with coconut oil and let it stay overnight before rinsing off in the morning. You could also add onion juice to the oil. Onions are rich in sulphur that promote the production of collagen and hence strengthen hair.
Apart from this, try meditating for half an hour every day to relieve the tensions and anxiety caused by stress. This will help calm your mind and lower the production of stress hormones. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.