06:35 PM | 28-08-2018

Can someone please share the reason for having dandruff? What is the body indicating? What natural remedies can i do?

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01:11 PM | 19-11-2018

Talking from my own experience, I can say making the much needed lifestyle change towards natural living was what helped me address my dandruff issues.  For many years starting in my late teens I had dandruff issues. My answer always was try out a different dandruff CONTROL shampoo. With dandruff came flaky and itchy scalp, and acne prone skin.

Needless to say all the remedies were topical and provided relief but never eliminated the root cause.

Then as I increased my fruits, veggies, cut out processed and dairy my body responded and so did my skin and hair. The dandruff issue has not recurred. My hair and scalp does get itchy at times or even flaky, and I have noticed that happens more cause of excessive shampooing now.  When it does happen, I ensure I go back to more raw foods and and an active lifestyle.

I don't use any shampoos now.. even if I do I use only shikakai powder.Overall improvement of health will improve scalp issues too.

01:09 PM | 19-11-2018

Applying curd helps.  Applying onion juice or lemon juice also helps.

I am not so sure about oiling though as for some people oiling may actually aggravate. And then oiling attracts dust and pollens, causing more pores to clog. Also oiling requires more use of shampoos which can lead to more dryness aggravating the situation.

The real long term solution though is adopting a more natural lifestyle.  

01:08 PM | 19-11-2018

Eliminate checmical based shampoos.  Even the ones which claim to cure dandruff.

Instead go for natural shampoos. There is a wide range and variety though coconut milk or hibiscus based are great. You could also look at simply washing it with natural powders such as Ritha, shikakai.

01:07 PM | 19-11-2018

Our body’s main function is to operate at the optimum by making best use of what is available ie energy and nutrients. The body’s sole focus is to keep all vital functions of the body going. When the nutrients and energy is not enough, our body focusses on providing this to our vital organs by withdrawing it from our not-so-vital organs such as skin, nails, hair etc. Falling hair is actually the body’s intelligent decision making to to withdraw power and nutrients from the hair and redistribute them to other organs.

Dandruff, dry hair, itchy scalp all are for the same reason.

You can read the article below to understand better:  https://www.facebook.com/thacmumbai/photos/a.159194930870955.4764.159193870871061/382022775254835/?type=3&theater

12:28 PM | 12-09-2018

Hi. I would like to share my personal experience. I used to have a lot of dandruff all the time, throughout the year. We made a switch in food and lifestyle which was more aligned to natural laws and rhythm about 4 years back. This means I started eating more plant based foods, incorporated live, fresh raw foods in my lifestyle.  I also cut off processed and packaged foods out. Daily fruit intake, vegetables in raw form as salds and veggies, nuts and sprouts, whole beans and legumes or sprouted daals became my main food groups. I reduced animal products such as dairy, non veg. After the switch, the dandruff went away automatically. I have stopped using any type of soap/oils/shampoo for about two years now and yet there are no such past issues. However whenever I am low in nutrition/sleep or high in stress, I see dandruff coming back and when I am able to provide the right nutrition it goes off. The understanding that I have developed is hair fall / dandruff is just one of the ways of bodys communication to tell you that you are off-balance. Since its something triggered by the body from inside, the solution can not be external. 

11:13 AM | 04-09-2018

Are you leading a very busy life, always on the go, without much time to deactivate, rest ? Are you cutting down your sleep? Is your mind always thinking, busy with thoughts? Are you always up on your feet, ready to conquer the world while your own body might be signaling you to give it some downtime?

As you align your food habits, another aspect would be to align your rest and sleep functions.  Only in sleep does body fully focus on the much needed function of repair, rebuilding and restoring. Do refocus on giving some 30 minutes to yourself each day morning and evening.  Take in fresh air in morning, be active – start small and steady. And build this habit in. Similarly, wind down before sleep. Spend some quiet time in dim lights. Make this a family ritual and spend the much needed time with family members / children before you sleep (without TV).  Keep your gadgets away from you in morning or night prior to sleep for 30 minutes atleast

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