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Moustache Hair Loss Tips

Hair loss

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, DNHE, P.G. Diploma in Panchkarma, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Hapur
Hair loss
Home Remedies For Hair Loss

•Apply almond (badam) oil daily.
•Apply oil of liquorice (mulethi) on hair.
•Apply lemon oil on hair before hair wash.
•Apply oil obtained from fruit of neem.
•Chop some onions (pyaz) into fine pieces and squeeze out the juice. Apply this to hair and scalp and leave it for 15 minutes. Rinse it with shampoo.
•Crush a few cloves of garlic (lehsun), add in a little coconut oil and boil for a few minutes. Cool it till it becomes warm and apply it on the scalp with a little massaging action. Repeat two to three times a week for best results.
•Take coconut milk and add a little water to it. Apply this to the scalp and allow it to stay overnight. Rinse this the next morning.
•Add two teaspoons of amla juice/ powder and mix with equal quantity of freshly squeezed lime juice. Mix well, apply to the scalp and leave it to dry; then rinse using warm water.
•Take some flowers of rose (gulab) add some water to it and make a paste. Apply it on hair and keep it for an hour and then wash the hair.
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HAIR LOSS

MD- Homeopathy
Homeopath, Pune
HAIR LOSS
1. Don't comb your hairs immediately after washing.
2. Apply curd to your hairs once in a week, for shiny hair.
3. Avoid over washing hairs as it removes essential oils from hairs.
4. Apply coconut oil massage to your hairs 30 minute before washing them.

HAIR LOSS

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition, DNHE, P.G. Diploma in Panchkarma, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Hapur
HAIR LOSS
Home remedies for hair loss

Apply almond (badam) oil daily.

Apply oil of liquorice (mulethi) on hair.

Apply lemon oil on hair before hair wash.

Apply oil obtained from fruit of neem.

Chop some onions (pyaz) into fine pieces and squeeze out the juice. Apply this to hair and scalp and leave it for 15 minutes. Rinse it with shampoo.

Crush a few cloves of garlic (lehsun), add in a little coconut oil and boil for a few minutes. Cool it till it becomes warm and apply it on the scalp with a little massaging action. Repeat two to three times a week for best results.

Take coconut milk and add a little water to it. Apply this to the scalp and allow it to stay overnight. Rinse this the next morning.

Add two teaspoons of amla juice/ powder and mix with equal quantity of freshly squeezed lime juice. Mix well, apply to the scalp and leave it to dry; then rinse using warm water.

Take some flowers of rose (gulab) add some water to it and make a paste. Apply it on hair and keep it for an hour and then wash the hair.
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Hair Loss!

MBBS, MD - Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy
Dermatologist, Sambalpur
Hair Loss!

Avoid using a shampoo with an unbalanced ph as it can cause hair loss and dandruff.

Causes of Hair Loss!

MBBS, DDV
Dermatologist, Mumbai
Causes of Hair Loss!

Women who suffer from androgenetic alopecia may lose large amounts of hair. Though this type of hair loss is more common in older women, it can occur at any age, including the teenage years. Thyroid disorders, anemia and pregnancy can cause young females to lose their hair. Young women may also lose their hair due to skin conditions such as seborrheic dermatitis and scalp psoriasis. Women who suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome may also lose their hair at a young age.

Hormonal imbalances due to circumstances such as childbirth can cause temporary hair loss in young females. Autoimmune conditions such as alopecia areata, which is a condition that causes the woman's immune system to attack her hair follicles, causes hair loss in young women. Young females may also lose their hair due to ringworm infections on the scalp or conditions such as scarring alopecia.

Medications used to treat cancer, high blood pressure and heart problems may cause hair loss in young women. Some birth control pills could also cause a woman to lose greater amounts of her hair. Radiation therapy to the head, hairstyles that pull the hair tight, hot oil treatments that cause inflammation of hair follicles, and trigger events such as stress, emotional shock and excessive weight loss may cause hair loss in young women.

Young women who suffer from trichotillomania, which is a hair-pulling disorder, often lose large amounts of hair.

Hair Loss!

MBBS, MD (Skin & V.D. MAMC) - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Delhi
Hair Loss!

Hair fall or loss is a multifactorial problem where hereditary along with environmental factors and diet play an important role. Iron deficiency along with essential things like biotin, vitamin a along with other nutrients have a major role to play. Lotions, serums, tablets along with specified shampoos and conditioners can also help. Mesotherapy and prp are promising therapies which can be tried. All these treatment definitely need maintenance sessions along with local lotions application under the supervision of dermatologist. All the best and take care. Patients need multiple sessions for better outcome along with medical analysis. Hope this is of some help to you. One can take biotin tablets along with vitamin a rich diet and lots of red grapes with seeds. 

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Hair Loss

Dermatology and Hair Transplant Surgery Clinic
Dermatologist, Delhi
Hair Loss

Hair Fall is the common problem in present life style. But increasing hair loss needs care and treatment. Before choosing any treatment, must know hair loss types and reasons.

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Hair Loss

MD - Bio-Chemistry, MF Homeo (London), DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery), BHMS
Homeopath, Kolkata
Hair Loss

Diffuse loss of hair is a very common complaint in practice & patients are often seriously concerned about it. Patient notices hair entangled in com or brush; he notices thinning of the scalp hair but not complete baldness. Defluvium capillorum is the first stage of alopecia.
Change of climate and shifting of residence; poor diet or crash dieting; over work loss of blood due to other causes; typoid or other febrile illnesses; acute mental strain.

Consists of finding the cause and its elimination, reassurance and improvement of general health with good nourishing diet, liver extract, vitamins and minerals.
Thanks
Dr. Swarup kumar ghosh.(homoeo)

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Causes of Hair Loss

BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Causes of Hair Loss

Causes of hair loss


    Stress


Stress, both physical and emotional, has been linked to hair loss. Physical stress in the form of an injury or an accident triggers a type of hair loss called telogen effluvium.

 


    Excessive intake of vitamin a


Consuming too much vitamin a is linked to increased hair loss.


    Pregnancy


Pregnancy is an example of hair loss caused due to physical stress. Post delivery hair loss is very common in women.


    Heredity


It is common for women to bald if they have a history of female balding in their family. This is the female version of male pattern baldness.


    Lack of protein


Hair is made up of protein. Hence, when you don’t consume enough protein, hair growth is curbed.


    Anemia


Iron deficiency anemia leads to hair loss.


    Hormonal imbalances


Changes in the hormones, starting or going off birth-control pills, and conditions such as pcos have all been linked to hair fall.


    Vitamin b deficiency


The consumption of b vitamins is crucial when it comes to maintaining the health of your hair. A lack of these vitamins leads to hair loss.


    Thyroid disorders


When the thyroid fails to produce certain hormones, it directly affects the health of your hair, resulting in hair loss.


    Alopecia areata


This is an immune system disorder where hair is mistaken for a foreign object and is attacked.


 Weight loss


Dramatic weight loss is often accompanied by the loss of nutrients. Your hair needs proper nourishment for growth. When it isn’t nourished, the resulting hair loss is inevitable.


    Aging


Hair loss is a common symptom of aging. Less that 45% of women reach the age of 80 with a head full of hair.

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Hair Loss Causes

Dr. Ritesh Chawla 92% (1132 ratings)
B.A.M.S, M.D In Ayurvedic Medicine
Ayurveda, Amritsar
Hair Loss Causes

At any point of time, only 90% of your hair is growing. The remaining 10% is resting and falls off after 2 to 3 months to make space for new hair follicles. Thus, while it is normal to shed a few strands of hair a day is normal, waking up to find multiple strands of hair on your pillow can be a nightmare for anyone.

Hair loss can be of many types and in order to treat it, you must first figure what type of hair loss you suffer from. Some of the main types of hair loss are:

  1. Involutional alopecia: This type of hair loss affects people who are middle aged and older. In such cases, more and more hair follicles go into the resting phase after which they fall off. The hair that remains becomes shorter and brittle making it easier to break.
  2. Telogen effluvium: Telogen effluvium is a temporary condition that causes changes in the hair follicle’s growth cycle and puts a number of hair follicles into the resting phase simultaneously. This is often experienced after a stressful event like a severe illness, childbirth, stress or sudden weight loss, and can last for anywhere between a few weeks to a few months.
  3. Male and female pattern baldnessFor males, hair loss at the top of the scalp in an ‘M’ shape which gradually turns into a ‘U’ around the side of the head is a sign of pattern baldness. This condition makes hair follicle thinner, shorter and brittle and is triggered by genetic conditions. For women, this condition begins with hair loss at the crown and gradually progresses to complete baldness. Both male and female pattern baldness have very gradual hair loss and so you may not notice significant thinning until quite late.
  4. Patchy hair loss: One of the most noticeable symptoms of this type of hair loss is one or two smooth, hairless spots. Apart from the scalp, it can also affect the eyebrows, arms, legs and facial hair. In most cases, this has a sudden onset and is temporary. However, when hair grows back in one bald spot, it may fall out from another. In some cases, the hair may not fall out but may break, leaving behind patches of extremely short hair.
  5. Tinea capitis: This is a contagious fungal infection that affects the scalp of school-going children. It makes hair in certain patches or all over the scalp break off and triggers inflammation in the scalp. Pus-filled sores and a scaly scalp are other symptoms of this condition.
  6. TrichotillomaniaHair fall can also be triggered if you twist or pull your own hair. This psychological disorder often affects children and causes hair loss by breakage.
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