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Dr. Haircare is the Best Leucoderma treatment center in Jayanagar Bangalore. Leucoderma is a pigmentation disorder in the human skin. The human skin contains special skin cells (melanocytes) that produce the pigment. Melanocytes are specialized skin cells that exist in the epidermis and produce the protective pigment called melanin. Leucoderma is a skin disease where the melanin-producing cells progressively face destruction. It leads to a lack of pigmentation on patches of skin anywhere on the body. Leucoderma is one of the extreme forms of uneven pigmentation wherein melanocytes are targeted and killed. White patches on skin are called leucoderma. It is always considered as a contagious disease in the society. People have a myth that it cannot be cured.The main reason for this is unsuccessful result of allopath medicines. This disease does not occur by eating food together, living together neither it is a hereditary problem but it might be possible one might one in thousand cases where members of same family are affected by it. At present at the international level and in India itself crores of people are affected from Leucoderma.
The main reason is lack of melanin pigment in the skin. This is caused due to disorder of auto immune system in the body so that melanocyte cells will not be able to produce melanin pigment
Our treatment first stops the growing of white patches while taking medicines. Regular consumption of medicines results in change of skin color as melanin pigment automatically starts forming in the body.After two or three months pigmentation starts appearing and again after a few months white patches slowly and steadily intermingle with the normal skin color. Oral medicines are prescribed during the treatment process. Oil is applied to the white patch area. Sun bath is also advisable for fast results. The treatment has no side effect.
Ayurvedic Vitiligo Treatment
Vitiligo, an auto-immune disease, is a skin disorder wherein pigmentation happens due to the death of melanocytes, leading to a loss of skin color and formation of white patches. It can affect skin all over the body along with hair, eyes and the inner part of the mouth. Vitiligo is believed to be hereditary as children are likely to inherit it from their parents. In Ayurveda, Vitiligo or Shwitra is a Tridoshaj, which means that it is caused by a vitiation of all 3 doshas together. The Pitta dosha has the greatest imbalance. Pitta is of five types, one of them being the Bhrajak Pitta which is responsible for the coloration of the skin. The imbalance of Bhrajak Pitta leads to the rise in ama. In the case of Vitiligo, Bhrajak Pitta gets imbalanced, leading to the formation of ama, which consequently impairs deeper body tissues such as rasa dhatu (nutrient plasma), rakta (blood), mamsa (muscles) and lasika (lymph). This ultimately causes depigmentation of the skin.The disease is deep rooted and needs specific treatment that includes right diet and specialized herbal combinations to pacify Pitta and cleanse ama from the body.
The Ayurvedic Vitiligo Treatment not only involves treating the white patch itself but also treating the underlying causes of the disease, ensuring that it does not reoccur. The aim of Ayurveda is to stop the spread of the white patch, and then start working on curing the disease.
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According to Ayurveda, Leucoderma is caused due to the aggravation of Pitta Dosha. Pitta is an Ayurvedic humor which symbolizes heat or fire, and is manifested in the skin. Aggravated Pitta leads to accumulation of ama (toxins) in deep layers of the skin, leading to the condition of Leucoderma.
Pitta is of five types; one of them is Bhrajak Pitta that gives coloration to skin. In the case of Leucoderma, Bhrajak Pitta is in an imbalanced state, and therefore, the skin starts losing its color and white patches appear. Along with Pitta Dosha, deeper body tissues like Rasa Dhatu (nutrient plasma), Rakta (blood), Mansa (muscles), Lasika (lymph) are also involved in the disease.
Treatment consists of pacifying imbalanced body energies, cleansing the blood and administrating herbs that restore skin color. Poor digestion is the root cause of this disease, as it causes the build-up of toxins in the tissues. An essential part of treatment, therefore, is restoring digestion. The patient will also be advised on the correct diet and lifestyle adjustments to prevent recurrence of the disorder.
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