Can homeopathy reduce hair fall

Losing hair is no joke; there are approximately five million strands of hair on the adult human body of which about 80,000 to 150,000 are on the scalp! There are about 40 different types of hair loss. Statistics suggests that approximately 45 million men and 20 million women are affected by the problem.The three main phases of the hair growth cycle include:  
  • Anagen which is the active growth phase when hair fiber is produced.
  • Catagen is the next phase, this is a period of status quo, neither is there growth nor regression of the hair strand
  • Telogen is the final phase wherein the hair strand falls off and the follicle does not produce any new hair.
There are a number of reasons that can cause excessive hair loss - after childbirth, during menopause, hormonal imbalance, iron deficiency anaemia, heavy stress, overuse of cap and helmet, recurrent dandruff, scalp infections, illness like typhoid, malaria, jaundice, lower immunity and lower resistance power, nutritional fault  or overuse of oral contraceptive pills.
Homeopathy addresses the defective immune response, family history or genetic predisposition, nature and intensity of the disease as well as systemic, emotional and numerous other factors commonly affecting hair loss.

Some important homeopathic medicines that help in treatment of baldness-

Fluoric acid –

For Alopecia, tendency to develop alopecia in families, Alopecia aerate, Brittle hair, Idiopathic hair fall, Hair falls in spots, vertex baldness, if hair tangles easily

Phosphoric acid –
For any sort of grief leading to hair fall, stress, early graying of hair (sometimes in childhood), progressive thinning of hair

For patchy baldness, dryness of hair and scalp, itchy scalp, dandruff, frontal baldness, hair fall in handfuls while combing

Graphites –
If hair falls on sides, patchy baldness, itchy, humid eruptions on scalp that emit fetid odor

If hair sticks together, falls in handfuls, crusty eruptions on scalp leading to hair fall

Sepia –
For hair fall after delivery of the child with mental depression, leading to indifference later on, hair pains when touched because of extremely sensitive hair roots

For baldness in young people, hair fall in frontal and forehead region, early graying of hair

ThujaOccidentalis and SabalSerrulata –
Have the ability to act as natural DHT-inhibitors and, thus, control, stop, or reverse hair loss, effectively

Brahmi –
This hair pack is available in most Indian grocery stores and used with curd is an excellent hair pack.

Amla or Indian gooseberry –
Is packed with Vitamin C and thus loaded with antioxidants. In powdered form it can be mixed with henna, brahmi powders along with curd to make a great hair pack.

Aloe Vera –
Drinking Aloe Vera juice has its benefits and a glorious mane of hair is just one of them.

Oils like coconut oil; sesame oil-
Massaging is a great way to stimulate the scalp.

Herbs like silica-rich horsetail, rosemary, sage and nettle
Boiled and steeped to make a 'tea' which can be used for massaging hair and scalp.

Apple cider vinegar –
Used essentially to rinse the hair to seal hair cuticle, it is known to make hair look darker and also stimulates hair growth.

Apart from these, Psorinum, Medorrhinum, Natrummur, Selenium, Lachesis (typical pregnancy hair fall), Merc sol, Kali carb, Lycopodium, Borax are also useful.
The results for hair loss reduction with Homeopathy might be a bit slow, bit it aims at treating the root cause of the problem rather than take care of symptoms only. The best part is that there are zero side effects and only long term gains, so visit a qualified homeopath for a professional consultation today.