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Therapeutic Hair Loss Treatment

by on August 7, 2014 in Hair Loss Treatment


To ease the burden of hair loss and hair thinning problems, it would be worth trying therapeutic hair loss treatments first than drastically deciding on surgical alternatives.

Aromatherapy could be a very good and safe option if and only if medications or cancer treatments will not lead to hair loss.  Other than those factors, aromatherapy should be effective for you.

Aromatherapy is an old therapeutic hair loss treatment which involves massaging the scalp with oil essences.

The common oils used during aromatherapy are olive, coconut and castor oils. As it is believed, it is both effective in treating androgenic alopecia and androgenic areata.

Ayurvedic Herb Therapy. Ayurvedic herb therapy is another therapeutic hair loss treatment but is not advisable to pregnant or lactating women. Ayurvedic is commonly used as a therapeutic hair loss treatment in India and has been increasingly prescribed in the country. It has no reported side-effects but there are still precautions. A patient should not take sedative drugs because it may only increase the effect of the other drug.

Licorice Herb Therapy. Licorice is another herb known to treat alopecia. It is said to block DHT formation that kills the normal hair. Typically, the herbal tea is taken 3 times a day. Like ayurvedic herb, however, pregnant or lactating women should avoid licorice tea or capsules for treating hair loss. Those with kidney problems, high blood pressure, low serum potassium levels, liver cirrhosis, and diabetic bile stenosis should also avoid this therapeutic hair loss treatment.

Homeopathic Therapy. Homeopathy has been around for more than 200 years. It is believed to treat not only alopecia but the whole body itself as well. Homeopathy works on the principle that a more diluted medicine is more effective. Each patient may undergo a totally different homeopathic therapy from another. For treating alopecia, a 15 cH diluted Sepia is taken once a week, or 9–15 cH diluted Arnica Montana is taken once or twice a week.

Without a balanced diet or proper nutrition, however, these therapeutic hair loss treatment—even shampoo or such other hair products—may prove futile as there is no better form of hair loss treatment other than prevention. This means that you should take food that stimulates hair growth such as milk, almond, sesame seeds, dark green vegetables, and beans.

Read more about Essential Hair Care Tips for Color-treated Hair.



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