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Scalp getting sweat during intake of little spicy food and eventually hairfall and unbearable dandruff

I have been suffering from scalp problems since few days no longer than 1 year.now-a-days my scalp is getting sweat while eating food(little spice and non-spicy aswell).Fedup with severe dandruff which makes me completely irritate at work.Hence,Hairfall is being increased due to this day by day..
Doea anyone please provide me a gunshot remedy!!!
 
  Manu5 on 2016-11-21
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Dear Manu,
Plz. answer the below questions (more questions will be asked if required):
* Your scalp is (please select all that apply)?:
1. offensive smelling
2. clammy
3. cold
4. hot
5. musk-like odour
6. musty
7. oily
8. smelling like honey
9. sour
10. with headache
* Which area is affected (please select all that apply)?:
1. one-sided
2. except the head
3. only on the head
4. uncovered parts
* When does this start (please select all that apply)?:
1. after walking
2. during sleep
3. evening
4. morning
5. night
6. after breakfast
7. after soup
8. after washing
9. before epilepsy
10. daytime
11. during period
12. during stool
13. in bed
14. in cold air
15. late morning
16. on coughing
17. on mental exertion
18. on waking
19. while eating
20. while reading
[message edited by HealthyWorld on Mon, 21 Nov 2016 09:45:45 UTC]
[message edited by HealthyWorld on Tue, 22 Nov 2016 04:16:09 UTC]
 
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