Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) And Naturopath (ND)
Ayurvedic Doctor, Surat
You correctly answered out of 5 questions
Excessive washing of hair will lead to hair loss.
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This is probably the most common hair loss myth. You don't need to exert your grey cells to find out why this myth is so widely propagated. Just look at the floor of your bathroom after you have had a shower and you would know why this myth is so prevalent. What is not known is that it is perfectly normal to have hair fall while shampooing. It is part of our hair growth cycle to shed a few strands every day. People exaggerate how much hair they lose while shampooing. They say its half the total volume of their hair when in reality its just 10 or 15 strands together.
Aloevera boosts scalp health and prevents hair loss
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Aloevera is mostly associated with smooth and moisturised skin but it also affects our hair in a positive manner. It curbs hair fall by keeping your scalp healthy and promoting hair growth. Add three tablespoons of coconut oil and 2 tablespoons of honey to half-a-cup of pure aloevera gel. Mix well and apply it on the scalp and let it sit for 30 minutes. Wash it off with lukewarm water or shampoo.
Which one of these must be avoided to stop hair loss
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Brushing hair when it is still wet would be catastrophic to your hair. Damp hair is vulnerable to breakage and one must avoid it at all cost.
Which one of the following ingredients prevents hair loss
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This versatile fruit not only purifies blood and treats indigestion but also prevents hair loss. Add 5-6 tablespoons of amla powder to 5-6 tablespoons of water. Make a thick paste and apply it carefully on your scalp and hair. Keep it for 30 minutes then wash it off with shampoo.
Dehydration leads to hair loss
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Even though how your hair looks should be the least of your worries when you are dehydrated yet it is good to know that hair loss is one symptom of dehydration.