Hey, guys welcome to my yoga series and This is my first article about yoga. And here I am giving information about yoga for better health of hair. There are so many problems for hair health and very often we ignore the conditions also. Just like premature hair loss, dry hair Splitting hair, and premature graying. Here I am going to give information about yoga to correct premature hairloss.
How does yoga corrects the problem of hair?
So premature hair loss has become a very common problem these days. Especially because of our high-stress lifestyle which involves little physical activity. Yoga is a great way to keep hair healthy. It promotes oxygen and blood flow to the head which helps in rejuvenating the hair follicles. And hence promoting hair growth. Yoga of course helps in reducing stress which is one of the main causes of hair fall.
Of course, you need to have a healthy diet rich in proteins like sprouts chickpeas, and eggs to give your hair that additional boost. So let’s hop into the mat and start our practice.
Yoga For Better Hair Health
The first is Uttanasan or the standing forward bend.
The second is Adhomukh Swanasana or the downward-facing dog.
Third is the camel pose or Ustrasana
Fourth is Sasakasana or the rabbit pose
Fifth is Vajrasana or Thunderbolt Pose
Sixth is Sarvangasana or The shoulder stand
and the last one is pavanmuktasana or Wind-Relieving pose
How To do The Asanas Step By Step?
Uttanasan or the standing forward bend
Come into a standing position with feet hip-distance apart and hands-on on either side. As you take a deep breath in lift both arms over your head and elongate your spine. As you start exhaling, fold forward from your hips keeping your back straight. Once you come into a half fold bring your hands to your hips. Then fold all the way down letting your head and hands hang loosely. You can keep your knees bent here. If your hamstrings are tight. Again inhale come to half fold keeping your back straight, and exhale fold forward.
Adhomukh Swanasana or the downward-facing dog
One last time inhale, come up to half folds, exhale fold forward. Now you can try to straighten your knees to feel that stretch in the hamstrings. Now take a big step back and bring your knees to the ground to come into a tabletop position. Make sure your hands are below your shoulders and knees below your hips. Curl your toes in take a deep breath in and as you exhale push your hands and feet into the ground and lift your hips up to come into a downward-facing dog. Press your chest in towards your thighs keep your back straight and neck long rolls your shoulders back and away from the neck. Just take a few deep breaths and keep lifting your tailbone up towards the sky. Slowly bring your knees down and come to child pose. You can do it three times.
Ustrasana or the camel pose
Next is pushed Ustrasana or the camel pose. Come to your knees with your feet shoulder-distance apart. Press the palms on your back. Just above the hips then let your head drop back. As you curve your spine extend the ribs and stretch the front of your thighs and slowly come back again. Take a deep breath in as you exhale take the left hand back and place it over the left heel and then take the right hand back and place it over the right heel. Throw the head back and keep pushing your hips forward. Take a few breathes, then slowly bring the left hand back and then the right hand back. Do this three times.
Sasakasana or the rabbit pose
Next is the Sasakasana or the rabbit pose. Come to your knees place your hands on either side of your knees then fold forward and bring the crown of your head to the floor. Try to keep your forehead as close to the knees as possible then grab both the heels with your hands. Now start pushing your hips as high as possible keep pushing your shins and knees into the mat and do not put too much pressure on your head. You should feel a strong stretch at the back of your neck and your entire spine keep breathing normally.
Now slowly let go of your heels and bring your head up you might feel a bit of a blood rush in your head. So just take a few deep breaths here.
Vajrasana or Thunderbolt Pose
Next is Vajrasana. So we are almost there already as you kneel on the floor with your knees together bring the big toes together and separate the heels then lower your buttocks between the heels and rest your palms on your knees keep breathing normally
Sarvangasana or The shoulder stand
Next lie down on your back bring your feet together and keep your hands on either side of the hips. Take a deep breath in and as you exhale lift both your feet and bring them to a 90-degree angle from here taking the support of your hands lift the hips up and start lowering the legs over the head it is ok to stop at any point where you start feeling excessive stream keep breathing normally hear in halasana then fold your arms and bring the palms to support your lower back raise both your legs one by one so that the points straight up to stay here for five breaths[Music]then bring the legs back down in halasana slowly lower the hips down and bring back the feet on the ground you can repeat this asana twice .
Pavanmuktasana or Wind-Relieving pose
Finally, we will do Wind Relieving pose bend both knees and bring the thighs to the chest interlock your hands on the shinbones. Just below the knees inhale deeply as you exhale raise your head and try to touch your chin. You can draw side to side to massage the spine.
See what feels nice after a few breaths release the poles and come to Shavasana that is all for today.
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