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Hey sir i'm getting hair loss regularly 5years back I got typhiod seen than my hair are falling from all over head I shaved my head many times when every I shave my head 3 to 4months my hairs will be strong and not get hair fall but after 4months it will start again. And dandruff is also coming regularly.

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Hi, your metabolic action is sluggish. Take 3/4 glass of water, daily to keep your bowel moving, properly. Take, banana, apple, spinach, pumpkin etc, regularly. Take a massage of scalp with onion+ ginger- juice, wkly. Wash your scalp with protein -shampoo. Homoeo care: acid phos 1000--5 drops, wkly calcarea carb 30--5 drops, thrice /day. Apply echinacia q + jaborandy q (mix together) apply 20 drops on scalp with 20 drops of water. After bath, morning and at bed time/daily. Report after a month take care.
Typhoid can induce a hair loss pattern called telogen effluvium. It generally normalises after a while. Use mild antidandruff shampoos to start with. Hair fall is mainly due to hormonal and genetic factors. There are no homeremedies that vil help or quick responses for it. It can definitely be controlled. It's important to eat plenty of pulses, fish, meat and milk. Drink at least two litres water everyday. Exercise regularly. Don't stress out because you don't have long hair or because your hair's falling. Avoid all forms of chemicals, hot devices and blowdryers to prevent hair damage. Massage scalp and wash twice or thrice a week. Don't overshampoo, it'll spoil hair. Don't tie up wet hair and sleep, it'll get infected. If any infections, g et it treated. A thorough blood check up is needed to eliminate autoimmune, hormonal and nutritional diseases.
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