There is a condition which is generally known as seborrheic dermatitis. Seborrheic dermatitis is the infection of the oil glands. If the secretion of the oil glands are blocked or thy get infected or there is some kind of infection in the scalp which causes the scalp to be more oily, the flakiness increases, the itching may increase and you may also see some mounds on your head. The first thing you can do is oil your hair gently, massage them well and steam it the next morning it increases the blood circulation ad it allows for the oil to get washed off. Do not use very arsh shampoos because it will turn your hair or dry, more brittle, and your hair will also start breathing, third is vitamin C is a great friend of scalp issues, apply lemon, have lots of lemon in a day. Squeeze the juice of one lemon and apply it on your hair for half an hour an then shampoo it an then see the difference. There are medicines in homeopathy like Narum Mur, Silacea, combination of medicines that is generally used. But do care of the scalp otherwise also.
Dr. Surekha Tiwari
Homeopathic Consultant & Psychological Counsellor
Homeopathic Clinic AECS Layout, Brookfield, Bangalore
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