alopeciaI am a 42 yr old Male suffering from Alopecia
General health questions:
1. What foods and drinks do you crave? A craving is not just liking something but a very strong desire that you must fulfill very often.
I generally love salty food like Sambar Rice and in general traditional Indian food which is low in oil. I almost detest deep fried food early in the morning such as pooris. Love to drink Tea too.
2. What foods and drinks do you hate?
I hate aerated drinks. Also hate cheese (pasta and pizza too), cakes and egg based food as I am a strict vegetarian. I also love natural juices. I can generally take very distasteful food too like neem leaves when I had boils.
3. What kinds of weather and temperature are you sensitive to?
I can’t withstand heat and would forever look for cool areas. If ever I go to
A hot place my temperament also changes to irritating. However when I move to a cooler area such as an airconditioned room, I immediately feel better. I live in Bangalore which is moderate weather and so I am not affected too much on a regular basis
4. Is there anything else in the environment you seem more affected by than other people?
I do not like people breaking rules in the road. Can’t all it environment but basically get easily angered by this.
5. What times of the day do you feel at your best and your worst?
I am usually in a good frame of mind in the morning after my mediation. I simply enjoy my meditation and being born in a traditional Indian family, chanting and prayers come naturally to me.
6. What problems do you have with sleep?
I do not have any sleep problems. I can switch off at will even for a matte of 20 mins!
7. What kind of dreams do you have? If you have a reoccurring dream or pattern in your dreams, please describe them.
Usually have very deep sleep and do not have any dreams.
8. What is your physical energy like? Are particular activities difficult for you?
I used to play basketball for a couple of hrs but now since I am in my 40’s I can just manage to do a walk for 40 mins or so. However I generally sleep when there is nothing to do . But if I have something really interesting, I can put in all my energy. However I am not a night bird but an early morning riser.
9. What kinds of medical treatment have you had in the past? Have there been any bad reactions to medicines, including vaccines?
I’ve had herpis 3 year’s back. It was on the face. Earlier in my college days I’ve had jaundice too. My general digestion is not so good and have frequent burps and acidity. Infact I frequently take carbo veg for this reason. I have to walk after a heavy meal to digest the food. Without this it gets too uncomfortable.
My main problem right now is Alopecia.
My hair loss started when I was in college, in my 20’s. I used various Ayurvedic cures to arrest hair loss. However the hairloss was acute in my college days. And then after marriage, I applied Mintop and took Finistride too. I tried Onion juice application directly on the hair and castor oil with Thuja too. But MRB runs in my family. Infact my mom also has hair thinning. Right now I’ve stopped all treatments.
Also I must say that my father was a very angry man. He used to get angry very often and would yell at me all the time. This was even in my school to College days. I am still irritated wit the way he treated me. He would not help me in any way but would keep giving sarcastic remarks. I did very well in school and college and studied in premier institutes but never got a word of appreciation from him. I am still deeply hurt with him on that matter. However face to face, we do have a good conversation and I try to forgive him but haven’t been successful at that☺
I am also prone to anger very easily probably a genetic trait too! I think furiously and when I think my lips move too and I am unaware of it. I do this whenever I react to someone’s statement violently. I am basically very affectionate to my family. However I am a bit insecure about money . I am quite considerate to workers and I am good with my subordinates and treat them well too. My anger is quick to rise and quick to leave. The only person whom I can hardly forgive was my dad.
I can’t say that my hairloss worries me that it keeps me awake but I think it worries the rest of my family memers more. So the reason why I am writing to you. Do let me know if I need to give you anymore information. My hair even on the sides on the head aare not too dense making even a hair transplant impossible. However I have real faith in homeopathy and Dr Bach medicine and it will help for sure.
I am in general a very spiritual person and love reading spiritual books. My belief in God is very high and I am also a self made person and strongly willed as well. I do not take criticism lightly and do form opinions about others very quickly. And this judgment leaves me with very few friends too but are very close. I am fine with solitude and do not seek too much company
I am well mannered but do not offer immediate help when things call for and have to be asked for help. I am working on this nature to be more proactive
vidns on 2016-11-01
Please take three doses of Granatum 200 at a gap of 12 hours and see how that affects over 15 days. Only 3 doses over 15 days.
One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 2 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 2 drops in some 20 ml water. Sip up slowly.
Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.
♥ kadwa 2 years ago
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