Dealing With Dandruff



Although the cause of the problem is not fully understood, there is currently a theory that one of the major causes is the deterioration of the natural lipid barrier, leaving much exposure to infection with very little yeast found in the scalp. When the yeast grows too large, it leads to an inflammatory reaction that kills the scalp at a high rate, which results in the removal of sticky spots and flakes.


Status detected by:


- White or clear flakes on the head, hair, and clothes.


- Itchy scalp that may be red and swollen.


Some young people find that they are stubborn when they reach puberty because their hygiene habits have not changed to meet the challenges of new sebum production.


Stress, poor hygiene, and poor nutrition can put hair on the scalp. High sugar diets are especially known to promote yeast infection.


Hair should be brushed regularly to loosen flakes and promote blood supply to the scalp, which will accelerate the natural immune response.




There are a few practices you can develop and natural remedies you can use to treat dandruff.


Nutrition: Excess sugar in the diet can increase any yeast infection. Try to reduce your intake of sugar and refined channels while treating dandruff.


Cleansing: Massage your scalp thoroughly with your hands while washing your head. This will help to free and remove any dead skin flags and help prevent the infection from continuing. Wash your hair daily until infection is detected.


Condition: Use a protective hair conditioner only on the edges of the hair. Avoid getting a conditioner on your head where it can clog pores and interfere with skin healing.


Alternative Therapies:


- Massage: Massage your scalp several times a day with only finger packs will stimulate blood supply to the hair follicles and help release dead skin flags.


- Brushing: Brushing your hair well every day will help to loosen and remove dead skin layers, increase the smooth flow of sebum around the scalp, and increase blood flow to the hair follicles.


- Wash Hands After Brushing and Hair Removal: Fungus infections are highly contagious, and are easy to re-infect and spread to other parts of the body. That’s why it’s important to wash your hair daily and brush any dandruff flakes - so that healthy areas of the scalp don’t become infected. Washing your hands after brushing, massaging and fixing your hair will also help prevent infection or infection.


The following herbs and supplements have been shown to reduce cerebral palsy:


Internal Healing Therapy


Alpha-Lipoic Acid, Vanadyl Sulfate, Gynema Sylvestre and Chromium are all natural controls of blood sugar levels. What can help prevent the spread of infection by maintaining normal blood sugar levels.


Olive Leaf and Oregano Leaf are both systemic antifungal agents.


Herbal Remedies for Disease


The following remedies can be used as a tonic to reduce fungal infections in the scalp. The removal of these herbs or a few drops of their essential oil dissolved in aloe vera gel or witch hazel can greatly reduce the symptoms of itching and dandruff. Tea tree oil is especially effective in fighting fungal infections and infections.


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