Fake news, hair fermented with “garlic” to cure hair loss | Hfocus.org Insights into the health system

Fake news, hair fermented with “garlic” to cure hair loss | Hfocus.org Insights into the health system

True story of garlic Although it cannot be used to treat hair loss. But there are other benefits that should not be overlooked.

According to the published information about hair fermentation with garlic to treat hair loss The Anti-Fake News Center has verified the facts by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Ministry of Public Health. found that such information false information by sharing a recipe for hair fermentation with garlic Specify properties that help treat hair loss. make me strong have checked the information that is not true Because there are no academic documents or credible research. For confirming that garlic can actually treat hair loss, hair loss or thinning hair can be caused by many reasons. Whether it’s caused by heredity, thinning hair Brittle and broken hair, hair does not grow up, may be caused by congenital disease. Exposure to certain drugs or chemicals Getting chemotherapy, radiation can cause hair loss. And garlic has properties according to herbal information used in primary health care, i.e. relieving flatulence, flatulence, colic, ringworm. Therefore, it is not involved in the treatment of hair loss.

information fromDepartment of Medicine by the Institute of Dermatology revealed that Normally, human hair has about 80,000 to 1,200,000 hairs growing about 0.35 millimeters per day and lasts 2 to 6 years. But no more than 30 to 50 strands per day. Causes of hair loss include: 1. Hair loss from heredity. can be found in both males and females It is more often found in males. seen as soft hairs, making the hair in that area look thinner Mostly in the middle of the head and forehead. 2. Hair shedding occurs due to temporary hair loss due to illness or stress or lack of nutrients such as iron or vitamin D. Causing the growing hair life cycle to stop growing and fall more than usual. 3. Patchy hair loss. Occurs for no apparent reason. There will be hair loss in that specific area. The hair loss area will be round or oval, with clear boundaries in the middle, there is no hair, the scalp in that area is not red, not painful, not itchy, not scaly or flaky. It is common in adults and children who are stressed from various causes. Patients will pull their hair until the hair is split. The scalp in the area where the hair loss will not be itchy or flaky and will find hair. which is a short stump 5. Hair loss from fungus Fungal disease of the scalp Ringworm of the head may be common in children. Caused by a fungal infection, this disease causes hair loss in patches, a red, itchy, flaky rash, or an abscess-like lump. Fungal disease (ringworm) may be involved or not. 6. Hair loss from hairdressing, curling, dyeing, curling, blow drying or other methods may cause hair loss from scalp inflammation. or brittle hair. 7. Hair loss from other diseases. Patients with certain diseases such as SLE may have hair loss and thinning hair, along with chronic fever, joint pain, and butterfly rashes on the face. Some alopecia areata may have inflammation at the stem cell site causing scarred hair loss that the scar will not heal.

For the practice of patients with hair loss problems: 1. Observe yourself whether there is an abnormal hair loss condition, for example, hair loss more than 100 strands per day. Should see a doctor for accurate diagnosis and treatment according to standards. 2. Keep hair and scalp clean regularly. 3. Avoid using too much chemicals or heat on the scalp. 4. In people who have perm or dye hair Hair should be nourished with hair conditioner to prevent tangled hair and easily break hair. 5. If you feel itchy. Consult your doctor for treatment. Avoid pulling or plucking your hair. 6. Shouldn’t buy your own medicine before seeing a doctor to get a correct diagnosis before treatment. In the case of hair loss that is very severe or scarring. Should consult a specialist doctor.

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