Alopecia Treatment Center
ayurvedic   Dr. Rohit's Natural Remedies For Hair Loss
doctor login
facebook youtube
Head Office: Surat (India)    International Centers: USA    • Canada    • South Africa    • UK    • Singapore    • Malaysia    • Hong Kong    • Malta    • UAE          India Centers:   Gujarat     Surat (H.O.)   Ahmedabad   Navsari   Vapi   Valsad   Gandhidham   Vadodara     Maharastra     Mumbai (2)     Pune (4)     Sangli     W. Bengal     Kolkatta     Madhya P.     Indore   Jabalpur   Burhanpur     Karnataka     Bengaluru (2)       Orrisa     Bhubaneswar   Rourkela     Haryana     Karnal   Gurgaon     Telangana     Hyderabad     Punjab     Sirhind     Chhattisgarth     Raipur     Rajasthan     Jaipur     Delhi     New Delhi
Home » Alopecia in news and articles  
 
Alopecia in news and article
health
Unpredictable and Capricious
Alopecia Areata
Primary Alopecia Areata
Primary
Alopecia Areata
Mild Transient Alopecia Areata
Mild Transient
Alopecia Areata
Transient Alopecia Areata
Transient
Alopecia Areata
Ophiasis Alopecia Areata
Ophiasis
Alopecia Areata
Alopecia Totalis and
Universalis
What is Alopecia Areata ?
Alopecia areata is a common autoimmune disease that results in the hair loss on the scalp and any other parts of the body. It usually starts with one or more small, round, non-scarring smooth patches.
Age groups
It occurs in males and females of all ages but onset most often occurs in childhood.
Pathology
Scientists believe that in alopecia areata, the affected hair follicles are mistakenly attacked in groups by a person's own immune system (white blood cells), resulting in the arrest of the hair growth stage. These affected follicles become very small, drastically slow down production, and grow no hair visible above the surface for months or years. The scalp is the most commonly affected area, but the beard or any hair-bearing site can be affected alone or together with the scalp.

Some people develop only a few bare patches that regrow hair within a year. In others, extensive patchy loss occurs, and in a few, all scalp hair is lost (alopecia totalis) or, hair is lost from the entire scalp and body ZZ(alopecia universalis).
Symptoms
The typical pattern is for one or more bald patches to appear on the scalp or any other part of the body. These tend to be round in shape, and about the size of a large coin. They may develop quite quickly. A relative, friend, or hairdresser may be the first person to notice the bald patch or patches. Apart from the bald patch or patches, the scalp usually looks healthy and there is no scarring. Occasionally, there is some mild redness, mild scaling, mild burning, or a slight itchy feeling on the bald patches. When a bald patch first develops, it is difficult to predict how it will progress. Alopecia areata behaves in a different way in each individual.
Triggers
It's not yet perfectly known what causes alopecia areata. For some reason, follicles stop producing visible hair, resulting in smooth bald patches that can appear overnight. Researchers are trying to determine what triggers the disease, and whether it's within the body or from environmental factors. There are no symptoms before bald patches appear, and no diagnostic tests. below are few common factors which are known as a triggers for Alopecia areata.
Extreme Stress
Genetic tendencies
Long illness
Pregnancy
Thyroid imbalance
Hormonal changes
Medicines
Local skin disease
Nutritional deficiency
Environmental triggers
Vaccines
Exposure to chemicals
The following are the main ways it may progress.
Quite often the bald patch or patches re-grow hair within a few months. If hair grows back it may not have its usual colour at first and looks grey or white for a while. The usual colour eventually returns after several months.

Sometimes one or more bald patches develop a few weeks after the first one. Sometimes the first bald patch is re-growing hair whilst a new bald patch is developing. It can then appear as if small bald patches rotate around different areas of the scalp over time. Sometimes several small bald patches develop and merge into a larger bald area.

Patches of body hair, beard, eyebrows, or eyelashes may be affected in some cases.
Large bald patches develop in some people. Some people lose all their scalp hair. This is called alopecia totalis. In a small number of cases, all scalp hair, body hair, beard, eyebrows, and eyelashes are lost. This is called alopecia universalis. The nails are affected in about 1 in 5 cases and can become pitted or ridged.
Limitations of conventional treatments
Medical professionals are treating alopecia areata with conventional treatments like, Cortisone (steroids) Injections & Pills, minoxidil & Topical Immunotherapy etc. However all those treatments have limitations Unfavorable side effects of the steroid do not permit prolonged use and once they are discontinued, a relapse of the disease occurs. Relapse ratio is very high. Minoxidil has been proved less effective and it has some adverse reactions like burning of the scalp, erythema, scaling, pruritis, dermatitis, tissue damage etc. Temporary depression of the skin. Topical Immunotherapy (Chemicals such as diphencyprone - DPCP, dinitrochlorobenzene - DNCB, or squaric acid dibutyl ester-SADBE) is proved very uncomfortable treatment and not a permanent cure for alopecia patients.
Advantages of Aurveda treatments
Ayurveda is the traditional medicine of India, which originated there over 5,000 years ago. Ayurveda has described alopecia areata as Indralupt and there are so many herbal treatment options given in the ancient books of Ayurveda. One of the Sanskrit Shloka from Sushrut Sanhitaisasunder:
In recent time traditional Ayurveda treatment has become most popular in advanced countries like USA, UK, Europe etc..
dr rohit
 
Video Testimonials
 
clinic locator
 
Holly McGuffin, USA

Inspiring Journey
with
alopecia areata...

Trichologist
Holly McGuffin,
 

My 7 amazing days in India, to learn more about different types
of Alopecia

Dr. Sacha Piedallu
 
 
 
Merchant account,
Credit Card Processing
:: CCAvenue
 
For Mumbai Patients

Dr Rohit's schedule for next three months The Founder of Alopecia Treatment Center, Dr. Rohit Shah personally visits Mumbai, every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. For prior appointment Call : 022-66989770, 26836187

January 14
February 11
January 28
February 25
 
International Support Centers
USA Canada
South Africa UK
Singapore Malaysia
Hong Kong Malta
UAE
 
India Support Centers
 
Quick Support
New patient registration
Want to send an E-mail?
What exactly in the treatment?
Cost and payment
Want to start the treatment?
Follow up patient registration
Know your nearest branch
 
Conferences
Dr. Rohit Shah, in International Conference and Exhibition on Cosmetology & Cosmetics, which was held in November 23-24, 2012 Hyderabad, India. The conference was arranged by OMICS Group.Dr. Rohit explained how Ayurveda Herbal Treatment is safe and potential way to cope up with Alopecia Areata.
 
Media / Article
Read more..
 
 

Contact Information : Head Office
Alopecia Treatment Center (Formerly known as Herbal Treatment Center)
Dr. Rohit Shah, 1/3839 Nani Desai Pole, Opp. Rupal Hospital,
Soni Falia, Surat - 395 003. Gujarat. India.
Time: 1.00 to 6.00 p.m.     Tel: +91 261 2591146-47
Cell: 0091 94283 94100     E-mail: info@alopeciacure.com
International Support Centers :
India Support Centers :
Alopecia Treatment Center (Formerly known as Herbal Treatment Center)

Explore alopeciacure.com

facebook youtube
Quick links
Types of alopecia
Home Remedy Tips
Our Branches Alopecia areata Ultimate hair care tips
Registration for new patient Scarring alopecia How to deal with Dandruff ?
Registration for follow up patient Male pattern baldness Foods you must eat for hair growth
Cost & Payment Female pattern baldness Common Factors That Can Lead To Hair Fall!
Therapy results Diffuse pattern alopecia Female hair loss
Global Testimonials Telogen effluvium General hair loss
Frequently asked questions Chronic telogen effluvium PCOS related hair loss
What exactly in the treatment Trichotillomania Pediculosis
Media & Articles Traction alopecia Premature graying of hair
Myths Chemotherapy & hair loss Meopause & Hair Loss
    Stimulating Hair Follicles - 5 Best Ways That can Help!
    Top Ayurvedic Remedies To Control Hair Fall!
Home | About us | FAQ's | Your query | Join us | Links | Disclaimer | rohit@alopeciacure.com
© Copyright 2004. Alopecia Treatment Center. Disclaimer, terms and privacy policy