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She is just awesome Doc. My skin had become very dull, dry, and lots of acne. She did miracles and today coz of her I am looking gorgeous... yes i said i am looking gorgeous because I have started loving myself started loving my skin. I receive lots of compliments in every function I attand. Thanks a tons Dr. TARUNA JAIN.
My doughter was having white spots on her face and legs and they were increasing and very noticeable I was too worried about it my friend recommended Dr Truna I visited her in month with homeopathic treatment it's just gone no Stroud or local applications given by her I really thank her and was very happy with the way she has handled my doughters case
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I have suffering from corn in leg foot since 2 months. Feels very pain while walking. I met doctor he done cryopen treatment and asked me to do laser treatment on coming weekend. Please suggest me alternative way for permanent removal of corn in foot.
Although natural hair is versatile and can be twisted, curled, coiled and braided into many different styles, any excessive manipulation can result in a damage to the hair. Aside from the typical hair damage that’s caused by over manipulation, damages to the hair often fall under four major categories. Knowing the type of hair damage that you have will help you to better manage your hair and prevent future hair woes.
Physical Damage: This is the most common type of hair damage. Physical hair damages are man-made hairstyles and manipulations that compromises the strength of the hair. Although ponytails and buns are quick and easy to do, when done too often and too tight, they can cause a strain on the edges of the hair which can result in a receding hairline. Another example of physical damage are braids that are too tight and heavy. Particularly braided hairstyles that are left in for too long and that were not well taken care of during the time they were in the hair. So even though you left your hair alone for a period of 12 weeks, the consequences on the health of your hair might be greater than when it was left loose and conditioned on a regular basis. Another way that the hair gets physically damaged is during detangling and styling. Excessive detangling can result in split ends and eventually, breakage. Therefore, the less you detangle your hair, the more likely it will remain healthy and the less split ends and hair damage you’ll have.
Chemical Damage: One of the reasons is the heat damage that they experienced from straightening their hair. Women with natural hair still undergo chemical treatments every once in a while to help improve the appearance or to change up their hairstyle. Chemical treatments such as bleaching, highlights, and coloring can have serious consequences on the health of the hair if they're not done properly. This is because chemical treatments change the chemical and physical structure of the hair. Also, products with ingredients that dry out the hair can cause excessive tangles and frizziness. This can leave the hair looking dull, dry and feeling brittle. Another culprit of chemical hair damage is heat damage. Heat appliances such as flat irons and blow-dryers removes moisture from the surface of the hair cuticles, resulting in brittle dry hair which now becomes vulnerable to breakage.
Environmental Damage: The condition of the environment that you live in can also help to contribute to the overall health of your hair. Regions with hard water can affect the look, feel and shine of the hair. This is because hard water leaves mineral deposits on the hair which builds up overtime and eventually affects moisture intake into the hair. Therefore, the hair will end up feeling dry, with lots of frizz and tangles. Environmental factors, such as strong sun, wind, cold air, temperature variations and changes in air humidity can also damage the hair. The static and dry winter air can contribute to moisture loss, leaving the hair dry. Also, the constant change from the cold outdoor air to the warm indoor air can cause the cuticle layers of the hair to loose moisture quickly to the atmosphere. Strong winds can also cause your hair to form more tangles, which can be difficult to detangle later on. The hot sun in the summertime can also affect the health of the cuticle layers of the hair. Environmental effects on the hair cannot be avoided, but they can be better managed by the way you adjust your hair regimen to fit the circumstances in your environment.
Nutritional Damage: Although hair is a dead matter, the follicles which the hair grows out of is a living organism which must be well-nourished. Therefore, proper nutrition is needed for the blood veins that carries nutrients to the individual hair follicles. When the body isn’t receiving adequate nutrients, it re-prioritizes the distribution of the nutrients that it receives. This means that vital organs that control life and death will be attended to first, while the least important organs such as the hair follicles will be tended to last. As a result, the condition of the hair health will be compromised. This is why any nutritional deficiency typically shows first in the hair. Also, the growth and appearance of the hair is also affected when a person is under stress, on medication or in a serious health condition. Hair damages that occur as a result of health problems can only be resolved after the body has returned to its healthy state through the use of medication n diet to correct nutritional deficiency. Nutritional deficiency can include low iron levels, low vitamin D levels, low b12 levels, low thyroid hormones and so on.
Although hair damages occur in a variety of ways, the most effective way to keep the hair healthy is by minimizing damages that are in your control, i.e physical and chemical damages. What do you need to make your hair strong?
Take care of these 4 factors always and your hair will always be healthy and shiny
- Low manipulation.
- Scalp health
Those four things seem simple enough, they all add to the overall strength of your hair, and all will lead to maximum length retention over time. Once the hair fall starts it's always advisable to have one single visit to the doctor for an assessment of the health of hair and general well-being.
My wife is pregnant (5 weeks). She has thyroid from long time and she is taking thyronorm 50 mg and her thyroid is normal. We have fixed thyroid specialist with whom we consult after every 4 months. We have consulted gynecologist post pregnancy news. Her t3 and t4 is normal now but tsh increased to 7.5.Now my gynecologist is suggesting it is not a big deal and he wants to increase the dose post a month after observing baby's situation, but my thyroid specialist suggested to increase the dose to 100 mg from now only. They both are not interested to listen each other. Please suggest what to do now. Whom should I listen? It is a very critical matter and I am tensed.
Hello doctor my hubby addicted to alcohol not able to control next drinks once started. I think he is drinking more than 16 years. Once started he drinks 3/4th of 750 ml bottle. Sometimes full bottle. Can I give disulfiram 500 mg for him. Since it is 16 years habit does disulfiram have effect on liver and brain. Also can I give vitamin B1 thiamine supplements please suggest.
I have combination skin, every now and then I get pimples which leaves only after leaving a stubborn spot on my face and I have blackheads and white head all over my nose. Please provide a skin care routine and what kind of products should I use. I am 25 years don't feel confident enough to move out with out applying any make up. There is no glow.
I recently did a complete blood checkup and all the parameters except the vitamin D was normal. I am having excessive hair loss but my (TSH, CBC and B12) are normal. Does low level of vitamin D cause hair loss. Please guide me cause I am not able to find the root cause.
My daughter have a severs dry rashes on her legs; it is either irritating or hurting. But it spread to her buttocks and slightly to her hands. She3 years old. How will get rid of it?
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