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Very thin, brown hair

Due to prolonged stress nd over exposure to sun, my once thick black hair have become lifelessly brown and very less in no. My scalp shows off from mainly right hemisphere and back of skull. I once had very thick hair in my school and since i startd swimming, they have just went bad. They start looking healthy when i avoid sun for few months completely and have a good diet, but I feel I need something extra which can give me a permanent solution. Also, I have a great hairfall with the water in my hometown which has high chlorine and fluorine content. Lake water supply gave me very good thick hair in just 2weeks lately. Plz give me some topical as well as diet and exercise tips to get back a healthy scalp, whr my scalp skin isn't visible due to lack of hair.
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You can cover your head when you go out in sun. Regularly massage a good hair oil on scalp before washing. Eat protein and drink milk everyday. Eat 15 almonds and two spoons of sunflower seeds. Water intake should be good. Avoid having constipation and stay happy.
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Hello hair fall could be due to many causes like anemia, malnutrition, stress, thyroid or local scalp problem. so you need to consult doctor who will check you and will find out the root cause for your hair fall. mean while you can take medicine like sapthamrutha loha and apply neeli bringamla hair oil after consulting qualified ayurvedic doctor.
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Dr. Swathi S Aithal Bangalore | General Physician
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well thinned out hairs may be genetic or due to changes in weather,water food intake as in protein insufficiency,calcium deficiency, anaemia etc... I need to examine you for that...its better you consult a dermatologist... Make sure to have protein rich diet..have good green leafy vegetables, dry fruits etc..drink plenty of water too..you also need to start taking biotin supplements...thank you
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