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Hi, am 23 old Female, am doing job in bangalore, I shifted here just before 7 months only and staying in PG, my native is Davangere, karnata. Before to shift here I was working in my native only, when I was in native my hair and face was so good, but nowadays am observing that my hair become so thin and it not at all growing and so much of dandruff and same as hair fall like the surrounding area of my forehead the scalp is becoming to visible like there is so less hair, that on my face some black marks and black heads happening in the place of below my lips in chin, and am facing pimple problem on my face too as I will not have pimples when I was in my native. In my PG there is salt water to all works and for drinking water only they will purify that salt water and food is also not good. Is salt water reason for these all problems? Or else any other reason is there. pls help me and suggest me some effective solutions pls. Am worried and afraid by these kind of symptoms. Whether I need to shift back to my native or I cn be resolve here only.

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Please note that the water at your current is not suitable for your and you need to do something for it. Even if medicines are given for your said condition you will not be getting the expected results as the maintaining cause is continued. Hence better leave the place and search the area in which you are more comfortable.
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Use antidandruff shampoo. Eat healthy food containing proteins vitamins and minerals. Take supplements containing amino acids vitamins and minerals. Please check your HB levels. Use oil control face wash. Salt water can make your hair rough. Use a good conditioner .blue light therapy and peels available at a dermatologist clinic will help.
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