Normal rate of hair loss is 50 – 100 hairs per day. Presence of bald patches or extreme thinning suggests a need for treatment.
Medicines, Mesotherapy ,PRP ,Hair Transplantation are various options your Dermatologist may suggest to manage your hair loss.
A healthy diet affects skin conditions in the following ways:
- Dietary intervention can prevent disease progression (acne)
- A balanced diet assists in preventing some dermatological conditions (skin cancer, wrinkles)
- Consumption of certain foods like chocolate, sea food, nuts dairy can lead to flare up of acne
- A fruit and vegetable based diet is rich in antioxidants and vitamin C & E. This reduces risks of skin cancer.
Acne is one of the most common skin diseases worldwide. Around 80% of people, between the ages of 11 – 30, suffer from acne.
Treatment of Acne depends on its severity. Options range from home remedies such as warm water and soap to oral antibiotics and retinoids for severe cases.
Skin cancer is a cancer originating from the cells that line up the membrane which separates the superficial layer of the skin from the deeper layers. Though commonly malignant, skin cancers usually do not spread and hence skin cancers are not fatal.
Approximate rates of skin cancers vary from 1.2 to 1.6 cases per 1,00,000 people in India.