There are many myths behind hair loss both in males and females. Below we analyze some of myths about hair loss.
Washing mane daily causes hair loss: Washing tresses frequently is not related to hair loss in any manner. Shower and shampoo only remove lifeless hair.
Hair falls because of Blow dryer: Blow dry can be a source of injury to the tresses but is not linked with hair loss in any manner. It usually dehydrates the tresses which are not related to hair loss.
Use of sunhats triggers hair loss: Wearing sunhats does not pull your tresses so is not related to hair loss.
Tresses upkeep products originate hair loss: There is no scientific evidence about hair care products causing hair loss. You can use as much quantity of these products as you like.
Certain hairdos cause hair loss: Astonishingly this myth is really true. Usually thrilling hairstyles cause snags with mane loss in females. Cornrows and pigtails can exert extreme burden on tresses and pull them out.
Sunlight makes your hair thicker: Both true and false: Exposure to sunlight actually enhances vitamin D levels which is quite helpful in hair growth. Appropriate exposure actually thickens tresses.
By Dr. Uday Naik, Homeopathy Growth of hair may occur either on its own or after a particular treatment, inducing hair growth. There are various treatments as well as solutions for preventing and treating hair fall. Loss of hair occurs due to various reasons, including fungal infection on the scalp, genetic reasons, head injury and extreme fever. Homeopathic treatment is one of the finest branches of medical treatments that have been proved to be highly effective in curing hair fall and in promoting growth of hair. • Homeopathy is a stream of...
By Dr. Alok Kumar , Homeopathy Hair loss or alopecia refers generally to the loss of hair from the scalp region. About 95% of hair loss conditions occur due to hereditary factors, which are referred to as androgenetic alopecia. Hair fall can also denote a serious underlying medical condition such as ovarian or adrenaline gland tumours, hypertension, HIV/AIDS or Diabetes among others. Side-effects from certain medications like chemotherapy treatments or anti-depressants can also result in hair fall. Hair fall can happen to anyone and at any point of time in life. Permanent...