Defeat the Dread - Trichotillomaina

Another stress related disorder..Trichotillomaina(hair pulling) ...when most people talk about pulling out their own hair they use the phrase figuratively.Two in hundred individuals suffer from this.
Trichotillomania is not a cosmetological disorder but a psychosomatic ailment.
For individuals who suffer with trichotillomania, the urge to pull their own hair can be overwhelming. While this might seem to many like a bizarre, self-destructive behavior,this powerful urge can leave them with large bald spots on their scalp, no eyebrows, or no eyelashes.Hair is often pulled absentmindedly.

Troublesome emotions like anxiety, tension, anger, and sadness may increase the tendency to pull hair.Shame and embarrassment can have grave repercussions for self-esteem, social and career functioning, and may even lead individuals to avoid proper medical care.People can have complications when they eat the pulled-out hair (trichophagia). This can cause a blockage in the intestines or lead to poor nutrition.

PREVENTION:Early detection is the best form of prevention because it leads to early treatment. Decreasing stress can help, because stress may increase compulsive behavior.its a form of OCD(compulsive disorder).

These two studies auger well for those suffering with Trichotillomania, and by extension, those with similar impulse control conditions such asDermatillomaina (compulsive skin picking), and Onychophagia (compulsive nail biting). And though a “cure” is likely years off. A mind and body medicine, Homeopathy’s holistic approach proves the most effective course of treatment for psychosomatic disorders wit counseling and CBT-Cognitive and behavioral therapies.Homeopathy provides a safe and long-term solution for this unfortunate condition with not only the symptoms of the illness but also its cause returning the patient to good health and positivity.


  1. hey doctor good article.. its short so that we can digest it well,weelll done
    nice blog

  2. i have nail biting compulsion ,got to know its a streess kinda thing fom our site thank u ....worth reading but u could have elaborated on nail biting management

  3. Never Heard of Trichotillomania before. Nice to know about it. Thanks for Sharing!

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  5. I think most people who suffer with this situation might not really know that it is a condition to be healed or the may think it is normal. Anyways, appreciate you for this awareness information!

  6. this si very useful info for me since im suffering excessive hair loss..thanks