As traditional medications for alopecia are to a great degree restricted, thinks about that help characteristic medicines for alopecia are significantly more slender on the ground.
There are a few people that suggest rubbing onion or garlic juice, cooled green tea, almond oil, rosemary oil, nectar, or coconut drain into the scalp. While none of these are probably going to cause hurt, their adequacy is likewise not bolstered by look into.
A few people swing to elective treatment techniques, for example, needle therapy and fragrance based treatment, in spite of the fact that there is close to nothing, assuming any, confirmation to help these medicines.
Specialists are normally ready to analyze alopecia areata decently effortlessly by looking at indications. They may take a gander at the level of balding and look at hairs from influenced territories under a magnifying instrument.
On the off chance that, after an underlying clinical examination, the specialist can’t make a determination, they can play out a skin biopsy. On the off chance that they have to preclude other immune system sicknesses, they may play out a blood test. As the manifestations of alopecia areata are so unmistakable, making a determination is generally snappy and direct.
“As” per your clinical history is concerned please follow like this –
1)Do a clinical examination by your treating Doctor and to confirm exact cause do few investigation like[Scalp biopsy, Light microscopy and TSH test]
2)Use [Minoxidil]on scalp to prevent further hair loss.
Do follow lifestyle modifications like this –
1)Try to eat a nutritionally balanced diet.Add a multivitamin caps regularly.
2)Try to avoid tight hairstyles.
3)Try to avoid compulsively twisting, rubbing or pulling your hair.
4)Treat your hair gently when washing and brushing. A wide-toothed comb may help prevent pulling out hair.
5)Avoid harsh treatments such as hot rollers, curling irons, hot oil treatments and permanents.
Can homeopathy medicine actually cure alopecia?
I see the unfortunate, ignorant comments above cracking jokes. There are those that choose to live life fully blind against anything that doesn’t directly affect themselves.
Beginning in October of last year, I noticed a bald spot in my beard about the size of a dime. It started on my neck, and I only noticed it after not shaving for a week. That spot grew into the entire front part of my neck and up above my jawline. I also had one spot right above my ears on each side of my head, and one spot on the lower back of my head. As context, I’ve always been able to grow a lumberjack. I always kept my hair low through school..down to a size 1 on the clippers.
Around the time this started, I was in a very high stress position at work. I worked many hours each week, late into the night. I did not exercise as I should have, nor did I eat fully healthy. This does not mean that I was greatly out of shape…6′5 and 220 at that time. Annual physical that year and several months after this started in March of this year, showed that everything was normal. I’ve been to a dermatologist, and they’ve confirmed what I already knew. They recommended treatment, which no treatment has been found to be 100% effective (or even close to 100%), and I declined. I simply wanted a confirmation that it was indeed alopecia.
In February of this year, I transitioned to another company in a different role. My hair above my ears has since grown back. On the back of my head it’s slowly started to fill in. My beard has started to grow back where before it has not grown for months. From what I’ve seen, if I maintain this control of stress my hair should be fully back after within 6 months to a year.
I have not changed much of my lifestyle. I eat almost the same, although I do drink more water. I do hit the gym occasionally, although not weekly. The fact is, my stress level has gone down significantly.
Like the first comments above, many skeptics may say otherwise on why I’ve experienced what I’ve experienced. And that’s fine. I simple wanted to share this. Stress can kill you. While removing stress can help your body heal as it is meant to.
If you understand how the immune system works, and the fact that autoimmune alopecia is an immune system malfunction condition, it will become very clear to you that any cure has to come from your own system.
Homeopathy, in my understanding, takes a billionth of an active ingredient of ‘something’, and dilutes it with water. Of course it will have no side effects, because there is no effect at all. And of course it will take a long time to ‘work’, because what eventually works is your own immune system doing its job, with or without the sugar pills that are homeopathy.
There is a really good documentary done by CBC Marketplace – a Canadian media – (just search for it in Youtube), which confronts the spokesperson of the largest homeopathy medicine manufacturer in the world. You will see through the scam that it is. And homeopathy practitioners in that documentary have no explanations on their ‘medicine’ other than that it is a ‘mystery’.
P.S. I document my daughter’s journey with autoimmune Alopecia Areata, including all the things I’ve learned and am still learning about restoring the immune system with Nutritional Immunology, and her progress toward recovery
Alopecia Areata (‘baldness in spots’) is a form of hair loss, usually from the scalp, although it can affect other areas of the body. The hair loss mostly remains limited to the scalp but in certain cases it can extend to eyebrows, eyelashes, facial hair (beard, mustache), nasal hair and give rise to bald spots anywhere in the body. Alopecia Areata is a common condition which arises largely due to a mix of immunological and hormonal factors.
Alopecia Areata can affect both men and women and it is not uncommon to see children affected with this disorder. Approximately 2% of the general population worldwide suffers from Alopecia Areata. We come across many children with Alopecia Areata.
Homeopathy is strongly recommended for cases of alopecia.
The individualised treatment is based on the study of patients patches, extent, cause, genetic pattern, emotional sphere, hormonal imbalance, and other factors which lead and maintain the disease.
Homeopathic treatment goes into the roots of the disease and corrects underlying immunity related problems; thereby stimulates hair growth.
Why homeopathy for Alopecia Areata?
Major benefits of homeopathy could be summarised as under:
- It addresses altered immune system, treating the roots of this autoimmune disease.
- It is not superficial but deep acting; gives lasting to almost permanent results in most cases.
- It is absolutely harmless, safe and non-toxic.
No. Homeopathy is nonsense. It does not work. It cannot work.
Ask yourself- if you took a drink of whisky and added one drop to a litre of water, then took one drop from that litre and added it to a new, fresh litre of water, and then repeated its 28 more times – would you still taste the whisky at the end? Would you get drunk on the whisky?
To give you an idea of how dilute the whisky would now be, imagine a sphere or water (like a ball) that stretches from your house TO THE SUN, with you at the centre, so the ball stretches for 90 million miles in every direction. And in this ball of water there is even less than one drop of the whisky.
That is what a homeopathic remedy is.
Do you think it might cure anything? Other than thirst?
Please, save your money, and spend it on something that might actually work, if there are indeed creams or pills that will work.
No more than drinking water will.
There is literally no scientific, peer reviewed evidence that homeopathy works. With how diluted the supposedly active ingredients are, there’s no way that they would have any effect on disease, including alopecia.
Homeopathic medicine is one big scam, persuading people to not treat medical conditions with actual medicine rather than water and herbs.
Anyone claiming homeopathy is beneficial for anything other than the placebo effect is completely wrong and ill informed
This homeopathic treatment case of alopecia areata should give you an idea of what classical homeopathic consultation and treatment entails and how the practitioner goes about it, i.e. trying to determine the patient’s constitution, form a ”remedy picture” of the patient at each visit and thus arrive at the right remedy or remedies which best suits him.
Are you suffering/suffered with alopecia areata? How many months (days exactly) will it take to regrow my hair?
I was taken aback, and I finally decided to fix my problem. I researched thoroughly, and I knew if I was going to visit a trichologist clinic, it has to be the best one. After talking to a lot of people – most of them suggested RichFeel and I decided to give it a try.
The first phase of my treatment started from finding out the cause of my baldness. Mainly there are two types of alopecia – scarring alopecia and non-scarring alopecia. In scarring alopecia, the primary tissues that are around and below the hair follicles get damaged, and the tissues die and can’t be regenerated. Therefore, hair regrowth is not possible in scarring Alopecia. On the other hand, in non-scarring alopecia, there is hair loss, but the hair follicles don’t die, and the possibility of hair regrowth is always present. Alopecia areata hair loss pattern is coin-shaped, and that is what I had.
After my detailed examination at RichFeel, I was asked to take a Capiloscopy and a Trichoanalysis test to understand the severity of my alopecia areata. After that, a prescription for amino acid supplements containing L-tyrosine was given to reduce auto-inflammation. Secondly, lifestyle changes such as extra physical activity and dietary changes also need to be addressed while dealing with alopecia areata. Since the scalp is very sensitive, the dermatologist avoids giving a lot of clinical therapies, but topical applications with a Trichoactive product can be given.
All in all, my problem was cured effectively within 3 to 4 months, and the treatment opened a new way of life for me. I fully recommend RichFeel and if you’re, too, looking to treat you alopecia areata
I am 29 now. At age 27, I was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata which was thinning out my hair and looked odd.
- I tried Cortzon injection: it wasn’t successful as the area on my head was wide & thinned out and not single bold patches.
- i tried Minoxidil and Hair-again ointments but they didn’t do anything noticeable
- i started taking Methotrexate tablets on weekly bases in combination with Minoxidil and hair-again. I had to do regular blood test to monitor my blood count ( my dermatologist took a picture of my hair).
- After about 3–4 months on Methotrexate i didn’t notice much difference until my dermatologist took a second picture and showed me. I was speechless it was huge improvement. You wouldn’t notice i had Alopecia Areata at all. I continued taking it, stooped the ointment creams and did regular blood count as well. It works for me. I think you could talk to your Dermatologist about it and see if its suitable for you too