What is alopecia?

Alopecia - Hair loss

Alopecia is an autoimmune condition.

This is where your body’s immune system got confused and thinks of your hair follicles is foreign so it starts attacking your hair follicles causing your hair to fall out.

Its genetic it’s not contagious.  It happens to men and women equally.  It can occur to anyone at any age.


Hair fall - AlopeciaHow to prevent alopecia?

To prevent alopecia, we have to make our body strong enriched with nutrients.  We have to add Vitamin A, C and E in our daily diet to make our body immunized and help fighting alopecia.



Vitamin A - Alopecia


Vitamin A:

Vitamin A helps produces the serum-the healthy oil- in our scalp.  You’ll find Vitamin A from carrots, cabbage, cheese, and spinach.  Use more green leafy vegetable in your diet and if you add all these things in your diet, then the  serum in your scalp will keep getting produced rapidly and you will be out of danger from alopecia.



Vitamin C:

Vitamin C - Alopecia

Vitamin C is very important for your immune system & your hair.  You’ll find Vitamin C in lemons, but I always suggest if you need Vitamin C then use gooseberries.  You’ll never find the most natural Vitamin C in any other products than in gooseberries.  Gooseberry is the only fruit that you can convert it into any forms and it never looses its Vitamin C in it.  Even if you dry it or boil the gooseberry, it stores its Vitamin C in itself.  In other fruits, the Vitamin C can be found in natural ways, but if you process or dry them, they loose their Vitamin C property.  You can have gooseberry powder, juices, or you can have fresh gooseberry fruit itself; this way you’ll get Vitamin C.  Your immune system will get strong, and you’ll be free from alopecia too.


Vitamin E:

Vitamin E - Alopecia

You’ll get Vitamin E from walnuts, almonds and also soya products.  Soya products are rich in healthy proteins along with Vitamin E.  Soak the soya beans in water overnight; boil & mash it well in the morning and use it any ways. Try to consume all these on a regular basis.  Whenever or wherever you go, make a habit of having at lease any one from the above Vitamins.  It will definitely help you out free from alopecia If you are already suffering from alopecia, even that will start getting healed because your body must have become strong from inside to fight with alopecia.


What are the early signs of alopecia?

Alopecia areata:

  1. The hair gets harder and harder to style and this is probably one of the best ways to tell if you’re balding or not.
  1. If you see excessive hair on your pillow or the shower bed or in the bath plug or even on your hands when you’re styling your hair in the morning.

What is the cause of alopecia?

An autoimmune disease develops when the immune system mistakes healthy cells for foreign substances. Normally, the immune system defends your body against foreign invaders, such as viruses and bacteria. If you have alopecia areata, however, your immune system mistakenly attacks your hair follicles.

What helps with alopecia?

Research shows that applying rosemary oil topically can be as effective as minoxidil, a conventional treatment for alopecia areata.

You can also use rosemary oil to treat dandruff and dry scalp.  Simply apply 2–3 drops of rosemary oil directly to the area of concern twice daily.

Is Alopecia Areata caused by stress?

A variety of factors are thought to cause alopecia areata, possibly including severe stress. With alopecia areata, the body’s immune system attacks the hair follicles which results in causing hair loss.

Can your hair grow back if you have alopecia?

However, even if your hair grows back fully after an episode of alopecia areata, itis common to have one or more recurrences of the condition throughout your life.  A few people who develop alopecia areata will progress to total scalp baldness  called as alopecia totalis.

What is the best treatment for alopecia?

5 best home remedies for alopecia.

Onion Juice:

Crush an onion to get its juice.  Apply this on your scalp.  Leave it for about 15 minutes and shampoo it off with lukewarm water.

Garlic Juice:

Heat 1 tsp garlic juice with 1 tsp coconut oil for 2 minutes.  Apply it on your scalp and wash it off after 30 minutes.

Lavender oil:

Mix lavender oil with a carrier oil such as almond oil or coconut oil and apply it on your scalp.  Wash it off after 30 minutes.

Fenugreek Seeds:

Grind Fenugreek seeds that have been soaked overnight into a paste.  Massage your scalp with it and wash it off after an hour.

Green Tea:

Make some green tea and let it cool down.  Dip a cotton cloth into it and apply on the scalp.  Leave it on for an hour and then wash it off.

Is alopecia hereditary?

No one really knows why the immune system disrupts the normal function of hair follicles.  Genetics is a possible answer, but certainly not the only factor.  Genetics do not explain it all.  Often people with alopecia areata are in a familial gene pool where other autoimmune diseases are evident.

How to grow your hair really quickly in one week?

In this DIY you’re just going to need some rosemary oil.  This is one of the most powerful herbs and essential oils on the planet and it works amazing for hair growth. You’re also going to need some tried-and-true castor oil.  Take a little dropper bottle and refill it with two tablespoons of castor oil and then add 15 drops of rosemary oil to it.  Apply it daily and leave it for few hours so that it get into the root and help out enrich the essential vitamins to grow hair.

How to grow hair faster?

Take 4-5 onions and cut them into small pieces.  Onion helps the blood circulation in the scalp.  Sulfur collagen tissues production will be improved.   Take a liter of water in a pan.  Add the chopped onion to water and boil it for 10 minutes   After boiling it, let the water to cool.  After cooling, strain the onion water in a bowl.   Use the onion water to rinse your hair after shampooing.  Use this twice a week for better results.