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Hair Fall

Chakra Location

Dosha Imbalance

Emotions that Block

Hair loss and baldness result from fear, and strong internal tension. Bald people tend to control everything — they do not trust the life process. Hair is a symbol of a man's life and reflects the inner state.

Hair fall from the point of view of Ayurveda

Hair loss and hair thinning have become increasingly common in a majority of people. It is caused by poor nutrition, vitamin deficiency, erratic and irregular lifestyle – late nights and long working hours, also factors such as pollution and climate, stress, anxiety, and tension and inadequate sleep or rest, hormonal disorders, autoimmune diseases.

Serious health problems cause hair loss as well, like thyroid issues, hormonal imbalances, damage caused by long-term heat application and chemical treatment. Hair loss can also occur as a result of how you handle your hair — for example, regularly tying the hair too tightly with rubber bands. Along with old age, genetics can also play a significant role in the loss of hair.
Early treated hair loss problems can be reduced and even stopped completely. Ayurvedic hair loss treatment measures are famous for their effectiveness.

How Ayurvedic doctors treat hair fall

Ayurveda believes that hair fall control is associated with the body type and also the stability of your mind-body structure.
According to Ayurveda, imbalanced Vata or Pitta doshas can result in an obstruction in the flow of the food nutrients that supply nourishment to the hair cells. That leads to dry scalp, dry hair, split ends, and finally, thin hair or hair loss.

Ayurveda works on dosha imbalances and eliminates metabolic problems that directly lead to hair loss. Ayurvedic treatment offers special healing herbal products to get rid of hair loss issues.

Please make an appointment with one of our Ayurvedic doctors for individual, serious treatment.

Tips for effective Ayurvedic treatment of hair fall

  • Add fenugreek seeds to your diet
  • Sesame or coconut oil provides extra nourishment for the hair and scalp
  • Use amla oil for scalp massage
  • Use curry leaves for cooking
  • Onion juice promotes hair growth and improves circulation
  • Get a full body massage regularly
  • Avoid coloring hair with chemicals, use only natural dyes
  • Avoid straightening, curling or perming your hair
  • Cut down your stress
  • Do not comb wet hair

Check the Ayurvedic treatment for other most common diseases:

Chronic Fatigue SyndromeColitisFatigueFlatulenceAno-rectalMost Common DiseasesFood poisoningIntestinal wormsHemorrhoidsDiarrheaCold Sores (Fever Blisters)ObesityDandruff, Head liceDry HairAcneEczemaWartsAllergiesCelluliteJoint painLower back painChest infectionsCommon coldUrinary tract infection (UTI)Bed wettingProstatitisStrokeMigraineDepressionChronic fatigue syndromeHigh blood pressure -HypertensionLow blood pressure - HypotensionHigh cholesterolVaricose veinsSmokingAlcoholismHead painToothacheHIV / AIDSConstipationConjunctivitisSnoringHigh feverNosebleeds (Epistaxis)Sunburn.


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