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Baldness – Symptoms, Causes and Home Remedies

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Technically termed as alopecia, hair loss or baldness refers to general hair loss and androgenic alopecia. According to medical specialists, caused by alopecia areata, hair loss is an autoimmune disorder involving the loss of all head hair. The other major causes of hair loss are distress and anxiety.

Baldness Symptoms:
When hair loss occurs in patches, generally in rounded patterns, this means the dandruff in hair causing further inner skin damage and scarring, leaving hair roots more vulnerable than ever. Particularly, in male-pattern hair loss, damage and thinning originate at the temples and the top and also weakens the entire skin area.

Other Symptoms:

  • Loss of hair
  • Formation of bald spots
  • Thinning of hair in women

Baldness Causes:

  • Lack of vitamin B6 and folic acid
  • Excessive stress
  • Weakness due to chronic ailments like:
    • Typhoid
    • Chronic cold
    • Influenza
    • Anaemia
  • Unclean scalp leads to blockage of hair follicles by dust particles inhibiting the growth of hair
  • Hereditary factors

Natural Home Remedy Using Milk, Liquorice Powder and Saffron:

  1. Take 4 tbsp of milk
  2. Add 2 tbsp of liquorice powder
  3. Add a pinch of saffron
  4. Mix well
  5. Apply the paste on the bald patches
  6. Leave it overnight

Natural Home Remedy Using Lemons and Pepper Corns:

  1. Take seeds of 7 lemons
  2. Add 8-10 black pepper corns
  3. Crush them together
  4. Apply on bald patches 2 times a day
  5. Do this for a few weeks even though you'll feel a little irritation
  6. One may feel irritation of skin after applying the paste. This remedy increases blood circulation and

stimulates hair growth

Natural Home Remedy Using Cinnamon Powder, Honey and Olive Oil:

  1. Take 1 tbsp of cinnamon powder
  2. Add 2 tbsp of honey
  3. Add 3 tbsp of olive oil
  4. Mix well
  5. Apply on bald patches
  6. Leave it for 20 min
  7. Wash hair thoroughly with water

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