Homeopathic Medicines for Alopecia Areata treatment

Alopecia Areata is an auto-immune disorder that results in the creation of patchy bald marks in the scalp. The effect of this disease normally gains visibility either during the teenage or attaining the age of 25 years. Hence, it is necessary that people must not ignore the early patchy baldness tendency after detection. Instead, they should consult a hair specialist for Alopecia treatment as early as possible to attain the proper result. This shall also prevent the problem from becoming further worse.

We, at Dr. Pauls, do possess the year-long experience of successfully dealing with ailments like the alopecia areata. We mainly utilise the Fusion Homeopathy treatment method to minimise the impact and recurrence of such a disease quite consistently. Presently, there are various Homeopathic Medicines for Alopecia Areata treatment that are widely used. These mainly include Fluoric acid, Silicea, Lycopodium, Baryta Carb, Vinca Minor, and, so on. However, it is only after diagnosing the problem extent, health condition, and other parameters, that we do provide the ideal homeopathy drug to the patients. Moreover, we do provide the UV therapy which is also a crucial part of this treatment to ensure complete recovery from this kind of ailment. At the same time, our responsibility not just ends only by administering the homeopathic medication and UV-based therapy. We also assess the progress of the alopecia areata patients during and after the medication period as well.

We are immensely happy to say that patients have expressed their satisfaction with the outcome once attaining this treatment. We have successfully restored natural hair in the patchy bald marks using this treatment. At present, our Homeozone Clinic is gradually emerging as one of the reliable destinations to derive top-class Alopecia Areata Homeopathic Treatment of the highest standards. For any query regarding this kind of treatment, please communicate with our customer service team who will help you to schedule an appointment with our experts within a shorter duration.

What’s to do for Alopecia Areata?

  • Eat healthy foods on a daily basis. Your diet should be balanced in vitamins, minerals and proteins.
  • Do not bring your office at home. Try to be stress less. listen to music or tour a countryside.
  • Trim hair to remove the split-end portions.
  • Take a tight sleep, and drink adequate water.
  • Assess the scalp condition regularly
  • Seek expert advic

What’s Not to do in case of Alopecia?

  • Stop applying dyes and abandon practices like bleaching and perming.
  • Not to wash hair frequently as that will further aggravate the problem.
  • Skip firm hair styles that involve the use of elastic bands.
  • Avoid using spiked and heated rollers.
  • Desist from using sharp brushes and combs.


Let’s Understand Different Types of Alopecia

  • Alopecia Areata – Alopecia areata is a physiological condition that causes one’s hair to fall out on its own in small patches, which can be initially unnoticeable. This particular condition starts to develop when one’s immune system attacks his or her hair follicles, resulting in a severe hair loss.
  • Androgenetic Alopecia – Androgenetic Alopecia is a very commonly seen form of hair loss which can be witnessed in both men and women. This is also termed as “pattern baldness”. In men, this type of hair fall is called male-pattern baldness. Hair is lost in a particular pattern, usually beginning above the temples. Amongst women, the hair starts to become thinner but the hairline generally does not recede.
  • Telogen Effluvium – Telogen is the common name for what we term as the resting stage of the body’s hair growth cycle. A telogen effluvium is a disorder in which some sort of stress causes the hair roots to be forcefully pushed prematurely into the telogen or resting phase. The disorder telogen effluvium can be either acute or even chronic.
  • Traction Alopecia – Traction Alopecia is the disorder where hair loss is generally caused by tightly pulled tying of hair or hairstyles. If this is caught early, it can be fully reversible and the hair can grow back. However, if taken long to detect, the hair follicles can start to become severely damaged to the extent that the hair cannot grow back.
  • Cicatricial Alopecia – Cicatricial Alopecia commonly refers to a much diverse group of very rare disorders which can destroy the hair follicles and replace it with certain scar tissues and, in due course of time, cause a permanent hair loss. In this hair loss can be gradual, totally without any symptoms, and can tend to go unnoticed for long periods of time.

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