Does seeing so many hair strands in the comb can make you feel pity on your hair? Then stop feeling pity and try these yoga poses which can prevent your hair from falling. However one must keep this in mind those techniques such as yoga and meditation can help you in the initial stages only. Doing yoga and meditation on the regular basis only boast health of hair but also enhance blood circulation, improve digestion and reduce anxiety and stress. Here are few yoga asanas that are beneficial for hair loss.
Adho Mukha Savasana:
Adho mukha svanasana posture is the replica of dog bending forward. Practicing this Savasana on the regular basis is very beneficial as it increases blood circulation to the brain. It also soothes the mind and is very relieving in headache, depression, insomnia and fatigue.
Utthanasana is standing forward pose. Utthanasana allows blood to circulate properly in your scalp which leades to proper hair growth. It also de-stresses you and relieves all your anxiety and tension which is one of the main causes of hair loo. . Doing utthanasana on the regular basis can also increase balance and concentration.
The unique feature of Vajrasana (The adamant pose) is that you can do it immediately after half an hour. It helps in the digestion of food and gives strength to your legs and thighs. It also makes the blood rush to your head, helping your body switch from the sympathetic to the parasympathetic nervous system.
Anyone can do these knees to chest asana. The key benefits of this asana are that it soothes lower back tension and aids in digestive problems thereby purifying the blood improving the growth of hair by stimulating hair follicles.
Pawan muktasana strengthens the lower back muscles and helps in digestion. It is very effective in constipation and menstrual problems.
Balayam Yoga (Rubbing nails):
This asana is very effective hair fall treatment. Rubbing nails on the regular basis can also cure dandruff and premature graying of hair. By doing these yoga roots of hairs follicles connected to the fingernails pump energy to the scalp needed for hair growth.