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SCALP BALDNESS IN HAIR WITH WHITE HAIRS. IS CURDS GOOOD TO APPLY IN SCALP REGION ?

SCALP BALDNESS IN HAIR WITH WHITE HAIRS AT 26 AGE,AM A GUY,WORKING IN IT INDUSTRY BANGALORE,INDIA,PLEASE SUGGEST SOME GOOD DAILY TIPS IN ORDER TO KEEP HAIR HEALTHY WITHOUT LOSING AND ANY NATURAL HERBS TONIC TABLET CAN HELP IT TO REDUCE HAIR LOSS ,IS CURDS GOOOD TO APPLY IN SCALP REGION ? PLZ REPLY
Asked On : Sun, 1 Aug 2010
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Curd is effective or not it depends upon individuals.But you can start mutivitamin,antioxident medicines under your physician's guidance.

If it is hereditary in pattern than it is difficult to control but it can be reduced by specific medicines, for that you have to consult dermatologist.

Otherwise take good healthy diet,fruits,vegetable salads,sprouted pulses.

Avoid stress,oily,spicy,junk food.Nourish your hair with proper hairoil,do gentle massage of oil on your scalp,don't keep your hair dry for long time.
Answered: Sun, 4 Sep 2011
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