Alopecia Areata could affect children, females and males

Early treatment with homeopathy is always better

Complete or extensive hair loss on most parts of body, called Alopecia Totalis or Universalis is not treated with success with homeopathy

Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis do not find cure in homeopathy in our experience

Alopecia Areata: An Internal Disease

Alopecia Areata can present as a single small patch of hair loss on the scalp; or more spots and at times very large hairless patches.

Alopecia is not a serious disease; never painful or harmful as such. It has more cosmetic concerns. OF course, it is a disease of the immune system, where due to unknown reasons, body’s cells start fighting with each other, leading to the destruction of hair follicles.

It is essentially an internal disease. Internal immunological factors are responsible for its origin. Such immunological factors are governed by genetic and hormonal causes. In other words, Alopecia Areata is a genetically determines, hormonally governed auto-immune disease.

Having said and understood that Alopecia Areata (or other versions such as Alopecia Totalis) is internal disease, obviously, it needs to be corrected internally, and it cannot be treated externally by using and cortisone injections. If treated by external means, it is found that Alopecia will invariably return; sooner or later.

Homeopathic treatment targets the internal cause of Alopecia Areata; tries to treat the genetic, hormonal and immunological complexes and hence produce long-lasting results.

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A 13-year-old girl from Mumbai, Ms. R.C. (PIN: 30694) started homeopathic treatment in April 2018 for her complaints of chronic Alopecia Areata.

She was suffering from this condition for 3 years. It began with a small coin-shaped bald patch on her scalp which then gradually started incr.....Read more

Alopecia areata is a condition that causes significant hair fall resulting in small bald patches. These patches can slowly overlap each other which makes them noticeable. It is a peculiar form of hair loss that usually affects the scalp but can occur on any hair-bearing skin. .....Read more

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Sudden hair loss starts with one or more circular bald patches that may overlap. Alopecia areata occurs when the immune system attacks hair follicles. It can also result due to maybe severe stress. The main symptom of the alopecia area is hair loss.

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