Living in a metro, leading a hectic and demanding profession, living a sedentary lifestyle, inhaling pollution and unhealthy dietary habits can lead to stress. Stress remains the root cause for more than a bunch of disorders and diseases. Stress can also be harmful for your hair and the modern lifestyle in metro cities takes a toll on health and beauty.
If you are also someone who is suffering from the symptoms of hair fall, premature greying of the hair or you just want to boost your hair growth, immunity and health, this post is for you. Here we will tell you some simple asanas of yoga poses which will help you maintain your health in no time.
Downward Facing Dog Pose: Adhomukh Svanasana or Downward Facing Dogs is performed by putting the body weight on the arms and legs behind, while the spine stays erect.
- First come in Mountain pose or Pravatasana.
- Then raise your left leg up and put the body weight forward.
- Try to raise the leg as high as you can and stay there for ten seconds.
- Repeat the same with the right side and hold.
- Repeat it for three to five times.
- Relax for ten seconds.
- It promotes hair growth.
- It also help you calm the mind and reduces the mental stress level
- It also stretches the hamstring, which brings flexibility to the legs.
Dolphin Pose: Dolphin pose or Ardha Pincha Mayurasana is also an extension to the Mountain pose.
- Come in Mountain pose and put the elbows on the ground.
- Make a stable grip and breathe in and out deeply.
- Hold it for ten seconds.
- Relax for ten seconds, and repeat it again.
- It provides you with a rich supply of blood flow and oxygen to the brain.
- It helps in the condition of premature greying of the hair.
Standing Bent Pose: It is called Padahastana or standing Paschimotassana or also referred as Standing Forward Bend pose.
- Stand straight and hold your hand up.
- Now slowly start to bend forward while keeping your back straight.
- Keep moving your body, bend forward and finally touch the ground.
- If you can touch the ground easily, try to put your palms parallel to your feet.
- Hold for ten seconds and relax.
- Repeat for at least three times.
- It helps the hair follicles to grow the hair longer.
- It makes your hair grow strong.
- It also improves the quality and the texture of hair.
Shoulder Stand Pose: Also called Sarvangasana, is an extension to the supine line posture.
- Lie down straight on your back comfortably.
- Now bend the knees and bring the legs upwards.
- Make a stable and firm balance and hold on for ten seconds.
- Come back gently and relax.
- Repeat it again.
- Extremely beneficial for thyroid gland and hair fall caused by thyroid disorders.
- It boosts the growth of the hair.
Fish Pose: Fish pose or also called Matsayasana, is also a supine line pose.
- Lie down gently on the mat in the supine line position.
- Place the hands on the sides for the support.
- Put the head backward and expand the chest region upward.
- Breathe slowly and hold for ten seconds.
- Relax and repeat again.
- It is one of the best asanas if you want to get strong and healthy hair.
- It also helps with backache.
- It helps you in the condition on bronchitis and asthma as well.
Shashakasana: Shashakasana or also called Hare pose helps you relax your spine and relieves mental stress.
- Sit on your knees comfortably.
- Now lift the body up and bend the upper body towards the ground.
- Put the head on the ground and take both the hands backwards towards the feet.
- Breathe gently and let the stress go away.
- Relax and repeat again.
- It helps in repairing and rejuvenating the dry and limp hair.
- It also helps in decreasing the split ends of hair.
- Promotes relaxation and helps in mental stress.
- Helps you calm your body and mind.
So here are some quick and easy yoga poses to help you with hairfall and hair damage problems. It will also help you destress and stay calm. So try these asanas in the morning or evening, or whenever you have time. Practicing yoga will also help you connect with yourself and boost your mood.
Don’t forget to practice this routine and share with someone who might find these yogic practises useful.