How Does Ayurveda Defines Hair Loss?

How Does Ayurveda Defines Hair Loss?

Ayurveda is a system of healing that focuses on physical, emotional and spiritual context of the human body. The method dates back centuries to over 5000 years ago, with traces about its origin and existence in the Sanskrit Vedas. According to the philosophy, universal life force manifests as three different energies, or doshas, known as vata, pitta, and kapha.

Every individual is made of these three constituents; however, the dominance of each doshas varies from person to person. This difference is determined the moment the person is born. An individual can be a combination of all three doshas but one of them will be predominant over the other two. This proportion keeps fluctuating throughout the individual’s lifetime. When the doshas get out of balance, it affects health, mood and overall energy levels.

The Kapha refers to water and physical structure. People with dominant Kapha Dosha have a visibly strong build and bones, soft skin, good endurance, strong immune system, and good fertility. The Vata represents the energy of movement whereas Pitta means fire, which refers to digestion, assimilation and nutrition.

Which imbalance causes hair loss?

According to Maharishi Ayurveda, there are three main reasons for hair loss. First is the imbalance in Vata dosha, leads to hair loss. Vata dosha is responsible for movement and transportation of food nutrients through the empty channels and spaces of the body. Excessive or imbalanced Vata dosha can result in an obstruction in the flow of the food nutrients that supply nourishment to the hair cells, leading to dry scalp, dry hair, split ends, and finally, thin hair or hair loss. Secondly, healthy hair also depends on healthy bones as they are by-products of the process of transformation from food to bones. The third reason for hair loss is aging, that is from 60 years on. According to ayurveda, the later time of life is governed by Vata dosha, which results in increased hair loss.

Other factors that could disturb the Vata dosha, includes genetics Vata body type, severe illness, post-pregnancy, rapid weight loss, stress; dry scalp, severe and uncontrollable dandruff, excess traveling, and irregular eating habits and lack of sleep, eating cold foods, deep-fried foods, or packaged, processed, canned or frozen foods, and eating too many sugary foods or foods with chemical additives. All of these disturb the digestion and can create digestive toxins and an increase in Vata dosha.

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