Nowadays, Hair problems are common. It generally happens due to stress, tension, anxiety, poor nutrition, and overuse of chemicals that lead to hair problems like hair fall, and prematurely greying hair. Hair disease commonly seems at the root & shaft of the hair. Ayurveda proposes the theory of hair development from the bone tissues which undergo the development resulting in hair growth. The causes of the disease seem to be superficial but are deeply rooted in guts. Ayurveda has a unique way of offering various Panchakarma treatments with internal medicine to treat these diseases. At Ayurvidhi Clinic, you will get the Best Ayurvedic Treatment for Skin Diseases and Hair Diseases in Porwal Road, Pune.
2) Premature greying
3) Hair Fall
It is a disease characterized by partial or total loss of hair. The hair fall & baldness are the main only symptoms. It is diagnosed as khalitya or indralupta as per the affected area. Vitiated doshas get localized and obstruct the hair follicle resulting in hair loss gradually. Ayurveda suggests localized and general systemic medicine for khalitya along with some panchakarma treatment as per necessity.
It is disease characterised by loss of natural colour of hair. It is known as palitya in ayurveda. Increase salty, spicy, sour foods, fermented, over fried, stress, inadequate nutrition are cause for premature greying of hair. This causes vitiation of pitta dosha in hair and responsible for change of colour. Treating premature greying of hair requires avoiding the causative factors. Ayurveda suggest localised and general systemic medicine for palitya along with some panchakarma treatment as per necessity.
A certain amount of hair fall is normal but excess amount of hair fall is a certainly call to check for health. Increase salty, spicy, sour foods, fermented, over fried, stress, inadequate nutrition are cause for hair fall. This causes vitiation of dosha in hair and responsible for shedding of hair. Treating hair fall requires avoiding the causative factors. Ayurveda suggest localised and general systemic medicine along with panchakarma treatment as per necessity.