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<div id="annonceTexte">Alopecia Areata is a hair loss condition
characterized by the rapid onset of hair loss in a sharply defined area.
Any hair-bearing surface can be affected, but the most noticeable
surface is the scalp. The reason alopecia areata occurs is not
completely known. In some cases it is associated with other diseases,
but most <span class="IL_AD" id="IL_AD11">of the time</span> it is not.<br>
Current evidence suggests that alopecia areata is caused by an
abnormality in the <span class="IL_AD" id="IL_AD3">immune system</span>. This particular abnormality leads to
autoimmunity. As a result, the immune system attacks particular tissues
of the body. In alopecia areata, for unknown reasons, the body's own
immune system attacks the hair follicles and disrupts normal hair
Appearance of Alopecia Areata<br>
The characteristic patch of alopecia areata is usually round or oval,
and is completely bald and smooth. "Exclamation-mark" hairs may be seen
at the margin of the patch. These are broken, <span class="IL_AD" id="IL_AD8">short hairs</span> that taper at
the base. Pulling slightly on these hairs causes them to fall out. Some
people may experience a slight burning or tingling in the area of hair
loss. <br>
Prognosis of Alopecia Areata<br>
The progress of alopecia areata is unpredictable. Some people <span class="IL_AD" id="IL_AD1">lose hair</span>
in only a small patch. <span class="IL_AD" id="IL_AD12">Others</span> may have more extensive involvement.
Alopecia totalis is the loss of 100% of scalp hair. Alopecia universalis
is the loss of 100% of body hair. <br>
Psychosocial issues<br>
Alopecia can certainly be the cause of psychological stress. Because
hair loss can lead to significant appearance changes, individuals may
experience social phobia, anxiety, and depression<br>
Alopecia Areata At A Glance<br>
-Alopecia areata is a hair-loss condition which usually affects the scalp<br>
-Alopecia areata typically causes one or more patches of hair loss <br>
-Alopecia areata tends to affect younger individuals, both male and female<br>
-An autoimmune disorder, in which the immune system attacks hair follicles, is believed to cause alopecia areata <br>
-For most patients, the condition resolves without treatment within a year, but hair loss is sometimes permanent<br>
-A number of treatments are known to aid in hair regrowth. Multiple
treatments may be necessary, and none consistently works for all
-Many treatments are promoted which have not proven to be of benefit <br>
Advanced <span class="IL_AD" id="IL_AD4">homeopathy</span> Treatment<br>
Alopecia Areata being an auto-immune disease needs immunity correction.
homeopathy discerns that the body has within it a controlling and
defending force and power .it <span class="IL_AD" id="IL_AD7">is only</span> when this fighting power or
resistance is disturbed, do we fall ill. The disease is thus not an
affection of the parts but a disorder in the patient as a whole .Since
one patient differs from another each requires a different medicine
based on his individual and mental symptoms<br>
<span class="IL_AD" id="IL_AD6">Homeopathic</span> medicines offer excellent relief for Alopecia Areata.
Homeopathic medications can relieve the dryness of scalp, dryness of
hair without any <span class="IL_AD" id="IL_AD2">side effects</span> and good for raising the immunity.
Homeopathy is of use in eradicating chronic relapsing conditions.
Homoeopathy doesn’t treat the ‘disease in man’ but it treats the ‘man in
disease’. Homoeopathy treats the cause of disease and the illness will
Homeopathy is strongly recommended<br>
Contact:- Dr. Ramesh Bhardwaj<br>
Homoeopathic World, Noida,India<br>
Contact No:- 0-9811127065<br>
website:- http://www.homoeopathic-world.com<br><br></div>


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