Now-a-days hair problem is the most common problem among all. There are many reasons for hair loss like aging, stress, medication, genetics, improved diet, hormonal imbalance, excess use of chemical hair products etc. One of the natural solutions of these problems is yoga. Yes! Yoga can cure all the hair problems and can promote hair growth. Rather leaning on artificial products try all natural yoga to cure all the hair problems. Certain yoga positions increases blood flow to our hair roots which strengthens our hair and ensures healthy and strong hair. Here are some recommended yoga poses to promote hair growth and those also help to reduce excessive hair loss.
1. Thunderbolt Pose (Vajrasana):
The thunderbolt pose is also known as the name of diamond pose. It actually enhances the blood and energy supply to the upper body part.
Rest your back on the heels while sitting on the knees.
Put your palms on your thighs and face yourself downward.
Keep your back straight, exhale and inhale deeply.
At a stretch, sit in for two straight minutes in this pose.
2. Shoulder Stand Pose (Sarvangasana):
For hair growth, this is the easiest yoga pose. Performing shoulder stand posture can help to prevent the breakage of hair naturally.
For this pose, you have to lie down on the back.
Then lift two legs from the floor, making like ninety degree angle.
At that time exhale with raising the waist by pushing your legs beyond your head.
3. Downward facing pose (Adho Mukha svanasana):
Downward dog pose is a perfect stress buster. This pose helps to stimulate the blood flow to help the re-growth of the hair.
You have to stand straight on the mat with flat feet.
Then keep both hands on the side of your body.
Face the palms to the thighs.
Try to bring your body downwards very slowly and bring your palms to the ground.
Inhale deeply by tucking the tummy.
After that try to hold this very position for one minute and come back to normal by exhaling
4. Standing Forward and Bending Pose (Uttanasana):
This pose really effective for the splitting end problem.
Try to stand erect.
Then inhale deeply while bending forward.
Make sure that your palm is touching the ground.
You have to stay still in that posture for 30 seconds and after that come up.
5. Rubbing Nail Pose (Balayam Yoga):
This yoga is so easy that you can practice it anytime, even at your workplace. This pose can prevent the damage hair.
Curl the fingers from both your hands inwards to your palms.
Try to bring all nails in possible contact with one another.
Generously rub them together.
At a stretch, try this pose for two straight minutes.
6. Camel Pose (Ustrasana):
Ustranasa or camel pose is really excellent to rejuvenate your hair and scalp blood cells. It is a well known and recommended yoga pose in India for hair growth.
Sit on the knees on the mat.
Put your hands on your waist keeping the thumbs right behind.
Try to hold your feet with the hands.
Lift up the body of yours by holding your feet with the hands.
Foe the best result you should hold the posture for about thirty minutes.
7. Fish Pose (Matsyasana):
Matsyasana is another useful yoga posture to achieve hair growth by giving proper strength to the scalp. It is also very easy to practice.
At first lie down on the back straight with your backside of the thighs.
Try to apply pressure on your elbows.
Put your stomach portion of the body upwards.
Come down after holding this posture for at least thirty seconds.
8. Rabbit Pose (Sasangasana):
It is very helpful posture to boost up the energy level and blood circulation.
Sit on the knees.
Keep your hip on heels.
Put both hands on your back.
Try holding the heels.
Place the top of your head on the floor and lift up your hips slowly.
Hold this position for two straight minutes.
9. Deep Breathing Pose (Kapalbhati):
At first you should sit in a mat.
Inhale as well as exhale deeply.
Then close your right nostril with a thumb while inhaling with your left nostril.
Release your close nose and then exhale.
Repeat the same procedure for the other nostril.
10. Feet Raised Pose (Uttanpadasana):
Yoy ,may think uttanapadasana is exactly same as uttanasana. But it is not. This pose helps to prevent the hair breakage.
You need to push the legs backward without lifting your hips.
Keep the legs ninety degrees with the floor.