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I am losing my hair very quickly n in heavy amount. Pls help. Aisa lg RHA ki won jhar nhi rhe. Nikl rhe hain.

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I am losing my hair very quickly n in heavy amount. Pls h...
Hello Hair loss is a common problem for both men and women, and it has many different causes. Age, genetics, illness, and medications may all play a role. No matter what's causing your hair to thin, there are homeopathic remedies you can try to slow hair loss, stimulate the scalp and promote new growth. See Step 1 to learn about supplements to try, herbal topical treatments and lifestyle changes that help prevent hair loss. 1Fish oil and flaxseed oil are good sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Take 2 capsules or 1 tablespoon of oil every day. ◦You can also consume omega-3s in the form of salmon, oysters, walnuts, and flaxseed in addition to supplementing your diet with capsules or pure oil. 2.It is recommend that you get most of your iron through iron-rich foods like spinach, tofu, beans, oysters, and beef. Supplement an iron-rich diet with 325 milligrams per day of iron. ◦Iron deficiency is more common in women than men, especially around the time of menstruation. 3. Hair is actually made out of protein, and when you aren't getting enough, your hair stops growing. Women need at least 46 grams of protein per day to stay healthy, and men need at least 56. The best way to get protein is through your diet, by eating meat, fish, poultry, beans, tofu, nuts, and leafy greens.
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I am losing my hair very quickly n in heavy amount. Pls h...
For hair fall- tab- keraglo Eva once daily for 3 months. Qilib women 6-8 sprays once daily at night for one months.
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