5 Facial Exercises for Hair Growth
Scalp and facial muscle exercises can certainly reduce hair loss. They are natural holistic ways with zero side effects to stop hair fall. They also help in treating receding hairline. Performing these exercises daily once or twice can certainly help you fight hair loss and can even regrow your lost hair.
Moreover, these exercises do not require any expensive gadgets or doctor visits. These simple exercises can help fight hair loss by relaxing your scalp and also increasing the blood flow into the scalp. Which washes out any accumulated DHT hormone at your hair follicles.
Hence, these work very well in preventing female as well as male pattern baldness, which is caused by the DHT or the dihydrotestosterone hormone. These exercises really work if practiced with patience and determination for longer periods of time. You will certainly notice some change in your hair after about three months. So without further delay, let’s start today’s blog on 5 Facial Exercises for Hair Growth.
1. Front Scalp Laxity Exercise
On number one front Scalp Laxity Exercise before starting these face and scalp exercises for hair growth, you must know a bit about them. The scalp and facial muscles come into action in these exercises. This is the frontalis muscle and exercises of this muscle can help in preventing receding hairline and baldness over the front of the scalp.
This is the temporalis muscle acting over the sides of the scalp.
This is the occipitalis muscle. This is actually a single muscle called occipitofrontalis which is connected to the frontalis by an Aponeurotic tissue. Scalp laxity exercises can help reduce hair. Loss by relaxing your scalp and also increasing the blood flow into the scalp. These exercises are actually proven to be successful at relaxing the scalp and increasing its laxity. So they are even recommended for hair transplant surgery Preparations.
How to Do:-
sit upright in a firm chair. Lift your arms while opening your hands. Place your hands first onto the front portion of your scalp. Clasp your fingers together. Do not touch your thumbs together. Slowly start moving your scalp up and down with every upward pull of the scalp. Hold on for a few seconds and then release. Do not move your fingers.
Keep moving your scalp to and fro. With a few seconds pause and do this 20 times. Remove your hands, relax for a few minutes and then repeat this exercise ten times twice a day.
2. Back Scalp Laxity Exercise
On number two back Scalp Laxity Exercise now for the back portion.
How to Do:-
Place your hands on the back of your scalp. Clasp your fingers together. Slowly start moving your scalp up and down with a pause like how we performed earlier. Do this about 20 times, then remove your hands and relax for a few minutes and then repeat this exercise ten times twice a day.
3. Side Scalp Exercise
On the number three side Scalp Exercise.
How to Do:-
Sit upright in a firm chair. Place your hands on the sides of your head. Each palm will be above the same side ear. Straighten your fingers, but do not clasp them together. Slowly start moving your scalp up and down.
Do not move your fingers. Move your scalp too and fro with a pause for a few seconds, as we did earlier, and do it about 20 times. Remove your hands, relax for a few minutes, and then repeat this exercise ten times twice a day.
4. Receding Hairline Exercise
On number four. Exercise for Receding Hairline this is an easy hands-free exercise of the frontalis muscle to treat receding hairline.
How to Do:-
You just have to raise your eyebrows as high as possible and do this continuously for at least five to 10 minutes, multiple times a day. This exercise contracts and relaxes the frontalis muscle on your forehead.
This can be easily performed anytime, anywhere, even in your workplace. This increases the blood flow in the frontal portion of the scalp and helps to treat or prevent receding hairline in both male and female pattern baldness.
5. Other Exercises
Lastly, there are other exercises like inversion exercises, neck exercises, head massages, and breathing exercises for hair fall. We will discuss and demonstrate these in our next blog. So must subscribe to our newsletter. Comment our opinion about this article. Share this article with your family and friends. Stay healthy.
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