Ayurveda mentions that rainy season causes aggravation of Vata and accumulation of Pitta, which causes an array of hair and skin concerns. Dehydrated frizzy hair, itchy scalp, dandruff, and increased hair fall, are just a few to mention.
Here are some points from the Ayurvedic seasonal regime to tackle your tresses this rainy season:
As much as you love dancing in the rain, please don't do it. The rainwater in our environment turns acidic and is dirty. It may damage your hair and harm the scalp.
Ayurveda has always mentioned the importance of healthy digestion to balance Doshas and maintain overall health.
In monsoons, digestion becomes sluggish, so it is advisable to avoid heavy, oily and refrigerated food.
Use warm water for a bath. You can also infuse it with herbs like Tulsi (Basil) or Neem (Margosa) for a natural medicated bath.
Keep your hair and scalp clean and dry.
Massage with Neem Oil at least once a week. It had antibacterial and antifungal properties. It nourishes the scalp and prevents hair fall.
Avoid excessive workouts, sleeping in the daytime and excessive exposure to the sun.
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