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Androgenic alopecia
Can androgenic alopecia cure by naturopathy? I suffer from huge hairfall due to 7 years and I also have hair shedding and baldness problem.wht should I do
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Take hot water lemon
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This will help further damage of hair fall .
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Yes, we can Nature have the tendency to cure your current problems only if you believe in nature,
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Androgenic Alopecia is treatable unless otherwise the cause is genetic. With proper intake of essential nutrition along with life style modification brings sufficient result. Ofcourse the external treatments helps to nourish the hair follicles and helps to further stimulation .Do check for hormonal imbalances.If yes yoga and Naturopathy could be the best option to beat this issue.
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Possible only if the hair follicles are in alive condition. In herbal treatments like siddha, female hair fall problem is easier to treat than male. First check thyroid profile which is very important. Visit www.sakthisiddhahospital.com for more information.
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use best hair oils
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take nutrients diet
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Hello hairfall for 7 yrs so what all treatments u tried till now do u have any other disorders bodily. knowing all these details only treatment can be done.
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U can meet me with ur reports at Nava hospital (www.navahospital.org)
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