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I'm a student of 1st year of graduation, In the last three year my weight is increasing day by day. I feel so embarrassing front if my friends. I was of 45 kg in class 10 and now I'm of 60 kg. Due to weight and hyper tension I start losing grace of my skin. I became short tempered and also sometime I overreact on any type of matter. I've tried a lot to loose my weight but always I face the failure. I'm just fed up of my weight. I just want now to loose my weight. Please help me in loosing my weight. Please suggest me, what should I do to loose my weight. Thank you.
I stay away from my home and live in a room. I go to a hotel everyday to have my food (breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner). I started feeling homesick and I stopped eating food completely! I eat food once everyday or whenever I feel hungry. Days were there when I hadn't consumed food for more than 24 hours. It's been more than 2 years that the same phenomenon is continuing. I stopped feeling hungry than it used to be before 2 years! I'm a Cadet who is fit and strong. My stamina levels have only come down a bit. I have reduced by 11 kgs (64 to 53) then grown slowly to 57 now. I stopped feeling hungry, this is my problem. Suggest me a remedy to get over my mental Condition of homesickness (I want to eat food prepared by my mom). Will this affect me in the long run!
I have really black spot and lots of pimple on my face. And I used all the remedy you mentioned back. But no effect. Wht can I do now?
I have got COPD as also GERD. I am told that in such cases the reflux of acids can trickle down to the lungs and further aggravate COPD. What should be the remedial measure for it?
My friend's jaw is paining for last 4-5 days. He don't have a medical history. What should be done to reduce this pain?
I am under weight of just 49 kg having 5.5 height 30 year old even after my diet is okay so what should I do to get good health.
Hello doctor I'm 19 and my weight is 43 rather than increasing it keeps decreasing I do get hungry much at all nor I feel I like eating. Can you please help with this.
Hello sir I have very loose liver system. If I eat food some late than that not digest properly and acid makes. And because of acid it cause to my brain nerves very much it feels that nerves are broken. Please tell me for increasing digestive system forever.
I generally have sore throat and running nose. I have used natural remedies for a long time, but the cold and cough keeps on recurring. please advice.
Hi I am 48 years old alcoholic I am hypertensive and overweight I also have gout I took talliton, antacan,terazosin for the pressure and allopurinol for the gout I bleed from my mouth on my pillow at night please help me.
I have mood swings. A minute ago I would be happy and then Sad thinking about my studies and pressure. What should i do to cure?
When a person has a medical condition called alopecia areata, the hair falls out in round patches. The hair can fall out on the scalp and elsewhere on the body.
Alopecia areata can cause different types of hair loss. Each of these types has a different name:
- Alopecia areata (hair loss in patches).
- Alopecia totalis (lose all hair on the scalp).
- Alopecia universalis (lose all hair on the body).
Not everyone loses all of the hair on the scalp or body. This happens to about 5 percent of people.
Hair often grows back but may fall out again. Sometimes the hair loss lasts for many years.
Alopecia is not contagious. It is not due to nerves. What happens is that the immune system attacks the hair follicles (structures that contain the roots of the hair), causing hair loss. This disease most often occurs in otherwise healthy people.
- Patchy hair loss: The problem often begins with 1 or more coin-sized, round, smooth, bare patches where hair once was. You may first notice the problem when you see clumps of hair on your pillow or in the shower.
Hair loss occurs mostly on the scalp. But it can involve eyebrows, eyelashes, beards — any hair-bearing site. Patches vary in size.
- “Exclamation mark” hairs: Often, a few short hairs occur in or at the edges of the bare spots. These hairs get narrower at the bottom, like an exclamation mark.
- Widespread hair loss: With time, some patients go bald. Some lose all their body hair, too. This is not common. Also uncommon is a band of hair loss at the back of the scalp.
- Nail problems: Alopecia areata also can affect your fingernails and toenails. Nails can have tiny pinpoint dents (pitting). They also can have white spots or lines, be rough, lose their shine, or become thin and split. Rarely nails change shape or fall off.
Sometimes nail changes are the first sign of alopecia areata.
Who gets alopecia areata?
People can have this type of hair loss at any age. It often begins in childhood. Some patients with alopecia areata have a family member who also has the disease.
What causes alopecia areata?
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune means that the body's immune system attacks the body. When alopecia areata develops, the body attacks its own hair follicles. A person's genetic makeup, combined with other factors, triggers this form of hair loss.
Alopecia areata: Diagnosis and treatment
How do dermatologists diagnose alopecia areata?
Sometimes a dermatologist can diagnose alopecia areata by looking at the hair loss.
If the patch of hair loss is expanding, the doctor may pull out a few hairs. These hairs will be looked at under a microscope.
Sometimes the dermatologist will perform a skin biopsy to confirm that the disease is alopecia areata. To perform a skin biopsy, the dermatologist removes a small piece of skin so that it can be studied under a microscope.
Blood tests may be necessary if the dermatologist thinks the patient might have another autoimmune disease.
How dermatologists treat alopecia areata?
There is no cure for alopecia areata. Hair often re-grows on its own. Treatment can help the hair re-grow more quickly. A dermatologist may prescribe one or more of the following to help the hair re-grow more quickly:
- Minoxidil: A hair re-growth medicine, minoxidil 5%, may help some patients re-grow their hair.
- Anthralin: This medicine alters the skin’s immune function.