Exercise for Hair Growth – Natural Hair Loss Solutions
If you have any degree of hair loss—one step to take is good health. Overall good health maximizes the health of your hair too. Exercising will not correct a hair loss problem although it will at least help slow down some hair fall-out by just good blood circulation.
Exercising is just one of many steps you can take to optimize the health of your hair, and it’s a step that adds to your overall health and appearance. Meaning, the more you do things to take care of yourself health and appearance wise the more of these good things become easier within your life.
So no matter what kind of hair loss you may have—meaning any form of Alopecia, female pattern thinness or female pattern baldness, male pattern baldness, androgenic Alopecia or any kind or degree of hair loss your overall health counts.
This video is simply to provide you with some simply exercise you can partake in.
There is such a routine called “diver’s push-up” and this is very similar to the yoga move of chaturanga but a little faster. You start in a downward dog position with your hands on the ground and your hips high. Now with your feet on the ground, so you form a triangle shape, in a fluid motion, dive toward the floor with your head down, coming into a low push-up position, and then swoop chest forward and up so you end in an upward dog position. Now push your hips up to return to starting position.
This type of exercise helps regulate the supply of blood which helps in hair growth. Just like the “sarvangasana” for example, this can give satisfying results for people suffering from hairfall and baldness conditions.
Remember that one of the reasons why we encounter hair loss and other hair problems has something to do with the kind of blood circulation that our scalps receive. That is why performing exercises which keep blood well-flowing is a helpful solution to cases of hair loss. Try doing the diver’s push-up often and see an improvement on your hair growth!
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