Yoga for hair growth, greying hair and good complexion

(February 9, 2011)

can you suggest yoga techniques for hair(graying & growth) and skin care.


Hair fall and hair loss problems have become a growing concern, in several men and women across the world. There could be several factors that lead to hair fall in people and the severity of the problem could differ from one person to the other; in some individuals the problem could be a lot more severe, than in others. This is probably why there are numerous hair growth products and services easily available in the market today, which claim to help prevent hair fall problems. However, most of these products are very expensive, which is why many of us cannot afford them. Moreover, many people claim that even after spending hundreds of dollars on such products and services, they have not seen the desired results. To make matters worse, some of these commercial hair growth products contain harsh chemicals, which have an adverse affect on the scalp, as well as the hair, leading to side effects like dandruff and poor hair texture. At times, the use of such hair products could also aggravate the hair fall and hair loss problems. This is probably why people are now choosing to opt for natural hair growth remedies, such as following a healthy diet, exercising and practicing Yoga for hair growth. Studies indicate that alternate treatment of hair fall problems can be as effective as the use of commercial hair care problems. Given below are different options for improving the growth and texture of hair.

Yoga for Hair Fall


The ancient practice of Yoga has become popular all over the world, for improving overall health and wellbeing. Several people use yoga for weight gain or more commonly, weight loss purposes. In fact, there are several serious conditions too that can be controlled to some extent through yoga. Fortunately, there are yoga asanas for thyroid, stress, metabolism, and so on. However, there are several other forms of ailments that can be cured with the help of Yoga and the problem of hair fall is one of them. This is because there are several asanas or poses in yoga for hair problems. Given below are some of the most common poses in yoga for hair regrowth:

• Adho Mukha Savasana (The Downward Dog Facing Pose)
• Apanasana (The Knee to Chest Pose)
• Pavanmukhtasan (The Wind Relieving Pose)
• Sarvangasana (The Shoulder Stand Pose)
• Ustrasana (The Camel Pose)
• Uttanasana (The Standing Forward Bend Pose)
• Vajrasana (The Thunderbolt Pose)

There are several Yoga experts who recommend Kapalbhati, as well as the practice of breathing techniques, known as pranayama for hair fall control. The best time to practice yoga for hair fall is in the morning.

Apart from the benefits of this science for the hair, there are several people who practice yoga for skin improvement too. There are several poses in yoga for glowing skin, which can help reduce acne, wrinkles, scars and several other skin related problems. Therefore in addition to other skin care measures, several health care experts recommend the regular practice of yoga for good skin too. There are different poses in yoga for acne, wrinkles, scars, blemishes, complexion, and so on.

Massage for Hair Growth


Almost all hair care experts recommend a hot oil massage for increasing the growth of hair in most people. It is best to use oils, such as olive oil, coconut oil, almond oil or castor oil, or perhaps even a combination of two or three oils. The oil should be warmed a bit and then applied directly on to the scalp, using the fingertips. The massaging motion of the fingertips on to the scalp increase the circulation of blood to the scalp and the roots of the hair, which in turn helps improve hair growth to a great extent. A massage for hair growth also strengthens hair and improves overall hair health and texture.

Meditation for Hair Growth


Since stress is one of the main causes of severe hair loss problems, many hair care experts advise people to try relaxation techniques for the reduction of hair fall. Meditation is one of the most effective ways of relaxing the mind and getting rid of tension. Hence, people who are undergoing hair fall treatment are usually asked to practice meditation for hair growth and improvement.

Fitness for Hair Growth


Everyone is aware of the importance of exercise in today’s world. Most people engage in different forms of exercise for weight loss purposes. Many people also believe in practicing certain types of exercise for acne reduction. However, apart from weight loss and skin care, there are several other benefits of exercising on the body too. Strange as this may sound, there are several people who visit their gym for hair growth promotion. While there is no particular workout for hair growth, lifting heavy weights should be avoided by those who suffer from hair loss problems. Instead, a good exercise for hair growth on the scalp could include walking. Jogging and running are also aerobic exercises and therefore could be beneficial, as experts usually tout the benefits of aerobics for hair growth.

There are some people who are interested in knowing about Pilates for hair growth too. While it is not very common for people to engage in this form of exercise for hair growth, there may be a possibility that certain Pilates exercises help improve the growth of hair too. Therefore, it is best to consult a qualified Pilates instructor in this regard.

Diet for Hair Growth


In addition to following all the techniques mentioned above, it is absolutely essential to follow a healthy and nutritious diet for hair growth. A healthy diet for the hair needs to include a lot of vitamins. Some of the vitamins that are essential for the growth of hair are Vitamin B complex, Vitamin C and Vitamin E.

While most of the tips for preventing hair loss mentioned above are fairly safe, if used correctly, it is best to consult a doctor before using any of them. This is all the more important in case of those people who are suffering from any preexisting medical conditions.

Submitted by C D on February 9, 2011 at 05:45

Practice of yoga for hair growth is a very effective technique to use as it helps stimulate the growth of hair by increasing the blood circulation in the scalp. Yoga is very useful in relieving stress, anxiety, poor blood circulation and indigestion, which are all inhibitors to hair growth. Yoga for hair growth is also an inexpensive approach compared with the other products available in the market. Most of these products can be very expensive and do not always produce results.
The Adho Mukha Svanasana (or Downward Facing Dog Pose), Ushtrasana, (or Camel Pose), Uttanasana (or Bending Forward Pose), Vajrasana (or Diamond Pose), and Sarvangasana (or Shoulder Stand Pose) are effective yoga postures for hair growth. To perform the Downward Facing Dog Pose, you should position yourself on your hands and knees.  Keep your elbows stretched and the area between your shoulder blades relaxed. Breathe out and bring your knees up and move your back backwards so that a line is formed with your back and arms. Then, let your legs straighten out so that it feels like someone is pulling your hips and legs up from behind. Relax your head and let it hang down. Once you are comfortable in this position stretch out your arms so that your back is stretched from the arms as well as the pelvis. Make sure that your chest does not hang down too much or your back may become too sunken.
Meditation for hair growth is very useful as it helps bring calmness and tranquility to the practitioner. These factors provide ideal conditions for the growth of hair. When the mind is focused on a particular area of the body, the flow of blood is increased in that part. Increased blood flow to the scalp will help stimulate hair growth and provide a healthy scalp. Practicing pranayama for hair growth is also effective. You should practice pranayama (or breathing exercises) early in the morning as it will help increase the levels of oxygen in the body. You should practice pranayama for 20 to 30 minutes every day. Performing Baba Ramdev yoga techniques for hair loss as well as using some of the medicines his pharmacy manufactures like certain hair oils for hair fall may also be effective.
When performing the yoga postures for hair fall, it is essential that you maintain regular practice for the benefits to be realized. It is also important that you combine the yoga for hair growth with a yogic diet that consists of a lot of fruits and vegetables to enhance the effects. As yoga practice affects the whole body, you also benefit with a calm mind and a fit body. However, always consult a doctor and a professional yoga instructor before beginning any routine.

Submitted by A on November 9, 2010 at 05:18

The first part of your query has been answered at this link:

http://www.yogawiz.com/askquestion/20/
yoga-asanas-for-thick-hair-are-there-any-yoga-pose.html

For the answer to the second part of your query, regarding skin care I suggest you do all the yogasanas, breathing and cleansing techniques and follow a Yoga diet. You’re bound to get much more help at these links:

http://www.yogawiz.com/yoga-poses/yoga-asanas.html
http://www.yogawiz.com/breathing-exercises.html
http://www.yogawiz.com/cleansing-techniques.html
http://www.yogawiz.com/yoga-diet.html

For more specific details on a healthy complexion, please click here:

http://www.yogawiz.com/health-issues-and-yoga/yoga-poses-for-healthy-complexion.html

 

Submitted by A on April 19, 2007 at 12:28

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