Published on Nov 10, 2013 and last reviewed on Jun 27, 2019 - 1 min read
Homeopathic treatment for alopecia areata is reasonably successful. Homeopathic medicines try to cure the immune system disorder that is responsible for hair loss.
Alopecia areata is a condition where there is hair loss that affects typically the scalp, beard, eyebrows etc in oval or circular patches.
Alopecia areata is a common skin disorder which affects all races, both genders and typically younger age groups. In some cases total baldness occurs and in some cases, re-growth occurs completely.
There are certain assumptions that are held responsible for this disease:
Homeopathy corrects the defective immune response or genetic predisposition, nature and intensity of the disease as well as systemic, emotional and numerous other factors commonly affecting this condition.
Usually this disease is treated by the use of steroids which tend to suppress it. Homoeopathy does not consider alopecia as an external disorder, but this condition is an outward manifestation of internally diseased immune system. Treating it locally will usually prove temporary.
Researches prove that well selected homoeopathic medicines can treat and cure the immune system disorders. Thus, homoeopathy can provide an effective solution and permanent cure to this problem. Homoeopathic treatment is fairly successful as it quickly promotes the hair growth and thus control, stop or reverse hair loss effectively.
Homeopathy treats hair loss from the root without any side effects. It treats the main cause of the problem, taking into account the individual’s whole constitution comprising of unique nature, temperament, sensitivities, and also sensibilities of the patient. Moreover, once it is treated with homoeopathic medicines the chances of recurrence are highly reduced.
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