1. Is hair loss treatable?
Hair loss is treatable in most of the cases. The cause may be diet, hereditary or any underlying medical condition.
2. When should I be worried about hair loss?
If you see bald patches, receding hairline or hair loss in clumps, you should meet a dermatologist.
3. What are the ayurvedic remedies for hair loss treatment?
In Ayurveda, using amla and shikakai for washing hair, messaging the scalp thrice a week with coconut oil or medicated oils, maintaining a good bowel movement and applying fenugreek seeds infused coconut oil on the scalp are some remedies prescribed to treat hair loss.
4. What are the prescribed medication for hair loss treatment?
Minoxidil (Rogaine) and finasteride (Propecia) are the only Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved drugs for hair loss.
5. Can laser treatment help with hairfall?
Yes. A low-level laser therapy, which has a combination of laser light and heat, is proven to stimulate the epidermal stem cells of the scalp and reverse the ageing of the hair follicle, thereby reversing it to the growth cycle.
Shedding or thinning of hair from the scalp or anywhere else from the body is known as Hair Loss. Hair loss is also known as Alopecia. There are several types of Hair Loss:
There are several causes for hair loss, few are listed below:
Usually, it takes up to 3 months to regrow the hair after hair loss treatment. However, most of the hair loss treatments stop or prevent further loss of hair rather than regrowing the hair.
A certified and well-experienced Dermatologist and/or Endocrinologist and/or Trichologist can treat Hair loss.
Few preventive measures to prevent further hair loss are:
Hair loss is caused due to various factors, one of the factors is a deficiency caused due to improper diet. Usually, deficiency of protein and iron leads to hair loss. Another major cause of hair loss is the deficiency of vitamin D. Hence, vitamin D supplements are usually prescribed to prevent hair loss.
Home remedies are nothing but messaging natural extracts onto your scalp such as:
Imbalance in the following hormones lead to hair loss: