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Find out more facts about Alopecia Areata and explore natural treatment options.

Alopecia Areata is a condition where individuals experience hair loss across their body, including their scalp. It is commonly referred to as hair loss. Although it can affect people of all ages it often begins in infancy. 1.7 percent of the population suffers from this prevalent and unpredictable autoimmune disease, which has a significant impact, on the individuals social life. Among the types of hair loss encountered by dermatologists in their practice Alopecia Areata is the most frequently observed one that does not leave any scars. The hair follicles remain viable and with treatment there is a chance for regrowth. Initially some individuals may notice a spot on their scalp due to alopecia areata; however it can also manifest on other parts of the body. Alopecia barbae refers to when there is hair loss in an area on the face while Alopecia totalis signifies baldness, on the scalp. In cases known as Alopecia Universalis individuals experience widespread hair loss across their entire body. The sudden onset of this condition often leaves those affected feeling isolated.

How can you determine if you are experiencing alopecia areata?. What are the potential ways in which it may progress?

In this scenario, one or more areas where hair doesn’t grow become visible, such as the scalp or any other part of the body. These spots are usually round and the size of a coin. It’s often a family member, friend, or barber who first notices these patches. Apart from these spots, the rest of the head appears to be in good condition. In some cases, the affected area may become red, flaky, slightly irritated, or mildly itchy. Most of these spots tend to regrow hair within a few months. However, it’s worth noting that when hair does grow back, it may not have the same colour and might appear grey or white initially. The original colour typically returns over time. Additionally, as new bald spots emerge, previous areas without hair may also experience regrowth. Sometimes multiple small bald spots merge together to form one spot of hair loss. There are instances where body hair in areas like beards, eyebrows, or eyelashes can be affected. It’s important to mention that some individuals may develop patches. In cases of alopecia totalis, all hair on the head is lost, while alopecia universalis results in hair loss across the body. Occasionally (around one out of every five occurrences), there may also be nail damage or ridges associated with this condition.
When a person first notices a spot, it can be difficult to predict how it will progress. In some cases, there may be a yearly pattern, although this occurrence is rare and challenging to address. Each individual with alopecia areata experiences the condition uniquely. When a bald spot initially appears, its growth can take many paths.

Alopecia Areata Main

A minute circular region devoid of any blemishes or marks that can manifest on any area of the body. When a patch of hair loss initially appears, predicting its future growth pattern becomes challenging. Unfortunately, there is no test for alopecia areata that can precisely identify its underlying causes.

Alopecia Barbae

Sometimes individuals might experience patches of alopecia areata on their moustaches or beards. This condition is referred to as alopecia barbae. Interestingly healing alopecia barbae generally takes time compared to healing alopecia on the head. It is also possible for some individuals to have both alopecia barbae and alopecia areata affecting their hair.

Alopecia areata with spots

The patient is experiencing alopecia areata that appears and disappears. Does not progress to alopecia totalis. Individuals, with this condition have hair loss that lasts longer compared to those, with alopecia areata and the hair regrows during specific times of the year. It’s not uncommon for the patch to regain hair while a new bald spot emerges.

Total hair loss

Sometimes individuals may experience hair loss on their scalp while retaining hair on other parts of their body. Within the field, this specific type of hair loss is referred to as alopecia totalis. Although alopecia totalis can be challenging to address, it’s important to note that hair cells persist in conditions that allow for the possibility of regrowth at any stage of life.

The development of alopecia areata

In individuals, small areas of hair loss may gradually. Expand to create a larger bald patch. It is possible for some individuals to experience progression towards alopecia totalis or alopecia universalis during this period. Those patients who notice the regrowth of hair in spots after several months tend to feel positive and upbeat about it.


Ophiasis refers to a form of alopecia areata where hair loss occurs in bands. It poses a challenge in terms of treatment, as medications typically take time to show results in certain regions. Typically, it begins behind the ears, extends towards the sides, and progresses over the head.

Discoloration or cracking of the nails

Some individuals experiencing long-term alopecia areata may encounter nail-related issues. Those who have been dealing with alopecia areata for a period of time or those whose condition has progressed to alopecia universalis may observe that their nails become weak, fragile, and develop indentations.

Alopecia in everyone

At this stage alopecia areata is, in its form. In cases hair loss can be observed on the eyebrows, eyelashes, mustache, beard and other body parts. Recovering from alopecia universalis can be extremely challenging. The prognosis is unfavorable if the person has been affected by this condition for three years or longer.

The causes of alopecia areata remain unknown. Hair follicles inexplicably stop producing hair resulting in bald patches that may seemingly appear overnight. Scientists are actively researching to determine the causes of this condition. Whether it originates from internal or external factors. Currently there are no tests to predict the growth and progression of alopecia areata over time, with certainty. While the exact origin of alopecia areata is yet to be established through studies here are some factors that may contribute to its development;

Thyroid issues
Genetic predispositions
Environmental triggers
Prolonged illness
Certain medications
Localized skin diseases
Nutritional deficiencies


What are the advantages and disadvantages of the treatments available?

Treatment options for alopecia areata are limited for dermatologists. The prescribed medication is corticosteroids, which work by suppressing the immune system. These steroids can be taken orally. Administered intravenously. Sometimes doctors may also prescribe a steroid cream to apply topically. While steroids can promote hair growth in areas affected by alopecia areata, the results may not be long-lasting. Discontinuing steroid use often leads to a likelihood of recurrence. It is generally advised to avoid prolonged use of steroids due to the potential for side effects such as osteoporosis, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, vision problems like cataracts, and blindness. A weakened system leads to increased susceptibility to illnesses, muscle weakness, easy bruising, thinning of the skin, and more.

Minoxidil is another used drug primarily intended for treating baldness rather than alopecia areata. Consequently, its effectiveness in addressing alopecia areata may not be as significant. It can potentially cause scalp irritation, itchiness, dryness, heat sensation, or burning.

In cases where severe forms of alopecia areata, like alopecia universalis, occur, some doctors may consider treatments such as diphency-prone (DPCP) or squaric acid dibutylester (SADBE) as a form of vaccination. These drugs aim at stimulating hair cell growth. It should be noted that they contain toxins.

This procedure can be quite painful. Its effects may not be long-lasting. Essentially, common treatments such as corticosteroids and minoxidil are not a solution for baldness. Should not be relied upon for an extended period of time. While steroids provide relief in some cases, individuals with chronic conditions should consider exploring alternative options.

I recently found out that I have alopecia areata. What steps should I take next? Is there a chance it could progress to alopecia universalis or alopecia totalis? Can family members inherit it? I'm concerned someone else in my family might develop it well.

It’s unfortunate that Alopecia areata can vary in its effects, on individuals. When a bald patch first appears it’s difficult to predict how it will progress. Medical tests cannot determine whether someone will develop alopecia totalis or universalis. It’s important to note that Alopecia areata is not contagious and cannot be transmitted to others. Drawing from the experiences of alternative medicine practitioner Mr. Ks. Ajimal here are some considerations;
It is generally advisable to refrain from seeking therapy during the six months. Allowing your bodys defense system to work naturally may promote hair regrowth. However it’s worth noting that only around half of individuals with alopecia areata see improvement without treatment.
During the stages of alopecia areata it is recommended to avoid treatments such as steroid injections. Although steroids may offer benefits there is a likelihood of relapse once their usage is discontinued. Steroids can weaken the system. Potentially lead to further complications later on.
It may be helpful to identify triggers or underlying causes for the condition although they aren’t always evident. Stress and thyroid issues have been associated with triggering alopecia areata. In cases no specific cause can be determined. Making changes aimed at strengthening your bodys resistance, against illness could be beneficial.

• It’s important to note that in cases of alopecia areata the hair cells remain alive and this type of hair loss can usually be resolved. Only a small percentage, 2% to 5% of individuals, with alopecia progress to the more severe stages known as alopecia totalis or alopecia universalis.
• When it comes to dealing with alopecia areata there is no quick fix. Regardless of what you try it may take months for your hair to regrow. In cases recovery may even take years.
• Since alopecia areata is a condition there is no method, for treating it. Avoid taking any vitamin supplements or medications that have not shown results in treating alopecia areata.


Someone told me to put garlic paste, onion paste, or jamalgota seeds (croton tiglium) in places where I have alopecia areata. Will it be? helpful?
We don't think these kinds of tests should be done because they could hurt hair cells and cause tissue baldness. Croton, or jamalgote, is a poisonous seed that makes you itch and burn a lot. All of them work the same way that light skin triggers do. These new ways of treating cancer use DPCP, or anthralin.

Is it true that someone suggested I shave my head and wait for the hair to grow back in the areas affected by alopecia areata?

That’s incorrect; it’s not accurate. Removing hair from the scalp won’t trigger the reappearance of alopecia areata patches. Shaving your head may reduce hair loss. It won’t prevent the condition from worsening. This disease is autoimmune. The pace at which it worsens depends on the strength of your system.

What about individuals who suffer from alopecia areata and experience hair loss exceeding 50%? In terms of health approaches, would Mr. Ks. Ajimals "natural therapy" for the skin be beneficial in some cases?

Natural remedies are known to be highly beneficial for individuals with alopecia areata and those who have experienced hair loss. Unlike treatments, the success rate of remedies is quite high. However, the timeframe for therapy varies from person to person. Some individuals may require a certain amount of time to experience healing, while others may see faster improvement. It usually takes around 9–12 months of treatment for noticeable results to become evident. It’s worth noting that individuals who have been using steroids for a period of time may experience responses in their recovery process.

I have alopecia totalis or alopecia universalis. Can using plants help with the healing process?

The severe form of alopecia areata is known as alopecia totalis, which is also referred to as universalis. It poses challenges when it comes to treatment. Individuals who have recently been diagnosed with alopecia totalis or universalis are advised to explore remedies for a minimum of one year. If the patient experiences improvements after 12 months of therapy, we suggest continuing the treatment for five years. However, if there is no improvement within a year, it is recommended to discontinue the treatments. It should be noted that individuals who have had alopecia totalis or alopecia universalis for more than three years should avoid using treatments. The effectiveness of remedies. It remains unclear why some work while others do not. Presently, natural treatments do not offer pharmaceutical benefits.

Alopecia areata is a condition that affects the body. Is there any way for it to improve without using medications? Can natural remedies applied offer any help?

Alopecia areata is a condition that still holds mysteries. According to a study, this condition occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks certain body parts, leading to temporary hair loss. However, the exact cause of this condition remains unknown. Unfortunately, there is no cure or magic pill that guarantees 100% effectiveness for treating alopecia areata. Interestingly, some of the vitamin supplements commonly recommended by doctors may only provide a placebo effect. In contrast, Ayurveda takes an approach by focusing on overall well-being rather than just symptom relief. By adopting a diet and lifestyle, it is believed that one can strengthen their system and alleviate various health issues, including alopecia areata. Stress has emerged as a factor contributing to this condition nowadays. Effective stress management techniques, such as yoga and deep breathing exercises, can be beneficial in dealing with it. Ancient Ayurvedic texts mention remedies for treating alopecia areata directly on the scalp. Many individuals from around the world have found relief through these methods at alopecia treatment centres. These centres have demonstrated that applying treatments to the skin yields results while being safe and reducing the likelihood of recurrence significantly. Nevertheless, there is still uncertainty surrounding how these plants and oils interact with our bodies in terms of their effects.

"When can I expect to witness the effects of Mr. K. S. Ajimals treatment? What is the estimated duration of the process?"

In some instances, natural remedies typically begin to show efficacy within a period of 4 to 6 months. However, for certain conditions, it might take as long as 9 to 12 months. The duration of therapy required for healing can vary from person to person, ranging anywhere from one year to years.

Can the treatment effectively prevent my alopecia areata from worsening? Is it common to develop a patch while undergoing treatment?

If you have alopecia areata and it is progressing, no medication can immediately halt its progression. It’s important to note that alopecia areata can still worsen or manifest in certain areas despite undergoing treatment. Please don’t be concerned; simply continue attending therapy sessions.

Thanks to your treatments, the patches where I had lost hair on my head have completely disappeared. Do you reckon it would be wise for me to discontinue the therapy?

We highly recommend that you continue your training unless specifically instructed otherwise. Our centre will guide you through the process of discontinuing treatment in a step-by-step manner. If the patient abruptly stops utilising the tools after experiencing improvement, it is less probable that the treatment will be effective.

I'm wondering if Mr. K.S. Ajimals therapy for alopecia areata is effective. If I discontinue the treatment, will my hair start falling out? Will I need to rely on products for the rest of my life?

No therapy or treatment can guarantee that a patient will be symptom-free for the rest of their lives. There may be events or triggers that can cause symptoms to resurface. However, when compared to treatments, Mr. Ks. Ajimals natural treatments have lasting effects and rarely lead to recurring issues. Once the patient has fully recovered, they can gradually discontinue the use of our products as instructed. There is no obligation to continue using remedies and therapy

I noticed some hairs on the patch where I have alopecia areata while it was regenerating. I'm curious: will those hairs stay white forever? Will they eventually return to their colour?

Some individuals may experience the regrowth of hair, which initially appears soft and white. However, over time, these hairs gradually transition to their colour. Usually, after growing about 2 to 3 inches in length, the hair begins to regain its hue. It’s worth noting that during the healing process, certain individuals might notice a tendency for their hair to curl slightly.

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Please note that the information presented on this website is derived from Mr. K.S. Ajimals knowledge and experience, in the field of medicine. The content, photographs and other references are provided solely for the purpose of sharing information. Our aim is to create awareness about therapies and support individuals with alopecia areata worldwide. However it is important to understand that the material presented here does not serve as a substitute, for advice.

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