Puzhuvettu / Puluvettu / Alopecia Aerata

Puzhuvettu / Puluvettu / Alopecia Aerata

Puzhuvettu / Puluvettu / Alopecia Aerata

Our facial beauty is significantly influenced by our hair. An individual's total facial beauty is impacted by hair issues. We encounter numerous hair-related problems every day.

Insect bites are the worst part of it. A problem known as an ingrown hair develops when a portion of our hair suddenly falls out and no new hair grows where the old hair was. We refer to that as chopping insects. Not just the head is affected by insect bites. It can also impact other hair-growing places, such as the moustache and beard.

Ringworm typically affects the scalp in women and anywhere else where hair can grow in men. From person to person, the sum fluctuates. Only those particular locations are free of clean hair, which may be as large as a circle or larger than that. Alopecia areata is the medical term for this disorder.

Typically, when we lose our hair, it tends to grow back. There will always be new hair growing, regardless of how often a hair falls out. Alabisia areata, however, has a lack of growth in these hairs.

What is the cause of this?

Generally, it occurs due to immune deficiency at the hair root level.

And those with psoriasis are more likely to experience this issue. People who have thyroid, diabetes, skin, or other health issues are more likely to develop this illness.

This issue can occasionally affect young toddlers as well. We can wait up to 4-5 months in this situation. Since children have a strong immune system, new hair grows in quickly to replace any that is lost.

Types of Puzhuvettu / Puluvettu

Alopecia Partialis is a condition that causes partial hair loss.

Alopecia Barbe - Alopecia that occurs in the beard or moustache. 

Alopecia Areata: This is a condition where patchy, circular, or complete hair loss occurs.

Alopecia Diffusa (Wide hair loss)

Alopecia totalis: complete loss of hair on the head, mustache, or beard.

Alopecia Obiasis: Hair loss from the back of the head or around the ears.

Alopecia Universalis is characterised by the absence of hair on any part of the body. 

Treatment strategy:

Home Remedy:

Two small onions, two peppers, and a pinch of rock salt. All three are ground together, and the mixture should be applied to the affected area of worm bite. In a couple of days, the skin that was smooth would turn into a rough one.

Country Medicine - Puzhuvettu / Puluvettu Thailam

If you apply this thailam daily on the moustache, beard, head, and eyebrows affected by worm bites, hair will grow again in some time.

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