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Disorder Name : Hair Disorders


Hair is a nonliving tissue, made up mainly of a fibrous protein called keratin-the same material found in your fingernails and toenails. The health of your hair requires a plentiful supply of nutrient-rich blood to nourish the hair follicles in the scalp, from which new hair sprouts. While society has traditionally regarded hair loss as a man's problem, losing your "crowning glory" also can be devastating to women, teens and even children. On average, hair grows about half an inch a month. Some hair loss is normal and incredibly common, according to dermatologists. Typically, each person sheds about 50 to 100 hairs a day-fortunately, when one falls out, another usually grows in. As people age their rate of hair growth decreases. A hair disorder is evident when hair loss is out of proportion to the normal amounts of loss on the scalp, or elsewhere on the body. There are many forms of hair loss, some of which are inherited and some of which are due to physiological stress or even a medical condition.

Some common types of hair loss include Male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia), Prognosis, and Alopecia areata, Dandruff.

In chronic cases, the treatment is obviously prolonged. The herbal system has a number of medicines that not only provide symptomatic relief but attacks the root cause without any known side effects. Dehlvi Naturals has many useful preparations to treat hair disorders.