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    yoga for hair fall

    Yoga for hair fall

    Yoga, the ancient way of keeping yourself fit, fine and healthy have great magical effects. It not only keeps your body fit and fine but also makes you beautiful by preserving your hair fall and hair loss.

    Hair loss has now become a common problem and the people of almost every age, fighting with this problem and making every effort to get immediate relief. Now the question is that do they get success in controlling hair fall? May or may not be. There are many medicines & hair oil available in the market which promise to cure this problem in few days but the question is did you really get success? Did you manage to stop hair fall? Did you really feel your hair loss is now under control? Using these medicines may have side effects, so most of the people scare of using it.

    Reasons for Hair Loss

    • Pollution
    • Tension & Stress
    • Bad Diet
    • Long time stomach diseases
    • Hair Loss in case of pregnancy
    • Poor blood circulation etc
    • Dandruff



    There are few yoga postures, Asan which apart from keeping you healthy, also helps to control hair loss, hair fall. Here are the few best yoga poses & exercises for hair loss problem.

    Vajrasana is one of the best asan for hair fall problem.

    How to practice Vajrasana?

    By keeping your both the knees together, sit on the floor. Try to fold your knees one by one, first the left and then right one and place toes on the floor.

    Donít tough your heels, and keep both apart, bring your both the toes together and sit on them.

    Keep your palms on your kneed straighter. Make sure spine, the neck and the head should be straight. You hands should be pressure free and the body weight should be on spine. Keep breathing smoothly while doing this posture. Now return in your original position by taking off your left leg and then right leg.

    Donít try to do hard, in the initial stage try this asan for 5 minutes. Practice makes a man perfect so increase the timings gradually when you feel comfortable.

    Precautions:

    People, who are suffering from piles and knee pain, should avoid it.

    Benefits:
    • Improve the blood circulation
    • Helps in getting rid with constipation problem
    • Improves appetite
    • It strengthens thigh and calf muscles
    • Best for stomach disorders


    Improve digestion: Poor digestion is also a cause for hair loss so it improves your digestion power and hence helps to prevent hair loss indirectly.

    Some more Asanas:-

    Kapalabhati ( Frontal lobe cleansing technique) :

    This is a breathing exercise which promotes well being. Sit in a crossed leg position with your back, neck and head in a straight line. Relax your facial muscles and rest your hands on your knees. Take three deep breaths. Inhale deeply and then exhale, all the while contracting your abdominal muscles. Try to do 1 exhalation per second. Start with doing 1 round of 15 exhalations and gradually increase it to 30 and then 60. Increase the number of rounds but take breaks in between.


    Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand): Lie on your back.

    Inhale deeply and raise your legs until your toes point towards the ceiling. Your body should be resting on your shoulders and the back of your neck. Support your body with your hands which should be at the centre of your spine. Ensure that your legs and spine are straight. Breathe deeply and concentrate on your thyroid gland.

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    Re: yoga for hair fall

    Nice info frnd...Thanks 4 sharing...




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    Re: yoga for hair fall

    Hi dear ,

    It is good to know this information :-)


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    Re: yoga for hair fall

    Hi hi hi..

    How do you get these informations? Can you share that secret? atleast to me!!!

    Is there an option to have 1000 likes for a post in Penmai.com ?

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    Re: yoga for hair fall

    Yoga, the ancient way of keeping yourself fit, fine and healthy have great magical effects. It not only keeps your body fit and fine but also makes you stunning by preserving your hair fall and hair loss. Keep your palms on your kneed straighter. Make positive backbone, the neck and the head ought to be straight. You hands ought to be pressure free and the body weight ought to be on backbone. Keep breathing smoothly while doing this posture. Now return in your original position by taking off your left leg and then right leg.


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    Re: yoga for hair fall

    Hi frds,
    Nice info. Thank you. If possible please put the pictures of that yoga positions. It will be very useful.

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