Spot balding may not sound like a very serious condition on the surface, but any auto-immune disease causes concern in those that are affected by them. This specific type of baldness, clinically knows as alopecia areata, takes place when the body starts destroying its own hair follicles.
It normally begins on the scalp but can spread to other parts of the body, and while these large bald spots or thinned out areas may not always be permanent, they are noticeable enough for people to seek immediate treatment.
Triggers of the condition include stress, emotional trauma, genetics, some environmental factors. These causes are so widespread that it makes it difficult to pinpoint the exact cause of the problem.
Many people seek conventional treatments that could be costly, and possibly involve further health complications. Immune suppressing medications and powerful steroids are the most commonly used treatments.
There’s good news though. Natural remedies do exist, and they are certainly worth trying, if you’re ever faced with such a challenging social issue as spot balding.
Before even looking into the specific natural remedies, consider altering your diet significantly to include as many foods known to reduce inflammation as possible. Also, look to remove foods that might cause inflammation: this would include any packaged and processed foods.
Now take a look at these six remedies for spot balding:
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