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Hair loss has been a matter of concern among people particularly living in the urban area for the past few decades. Stress, pollution, unhealthy lifestyle and poor dietary choices all contribute to poor hair quality and hair breakage. But the problem of hair loss has increased severely among those infected with the novel coronavirus.
Fighting COVID-19 isn’t easy for the body. The virus weakens our immune system to an extreme level. It disrupts the normal functioning of the body and leads to several long post-coronavirus symptoms. To gain back your hair strength and shine, yoga can be an excellent choice. The ancient form of physical activity increases the circulation of blood in the head and scalp, which can decrease hair fall and promote hair growth. Yoga alone cannot help you if your diet and lifestyle are unhealthy. So, consider all the aspects to gain more from your yoga session. Here is some asana that is beneficial to reduce hair fall:
Kapalabhati Pranayama –
Step 1: Sit down comfortably on the ground with your legs tucked one above the other and hands resting on the knees, palms facing upward.
Step 2: Keeping your spine erect, inhale through your nose and pull your navel and stomach back towards the spine.
Step 3: Exhale quickly through your nose relaxing your navel and abdomen.
Step 4: Repeat this process 10 times in the beginning.
Nadi Shodhana –
Step 1: Sit down comfortably on the ground with your legs tucked one above the other and spine erect.
Step 2: Inhale and exhale a few times to make yourself comfortable in this position.
Step 3: Rest your left hand on your knees in a meditation pose (join the head of your thumb and index finger).
Step 4: Bring your right hand in Nasagra mudra (fold your middle and index finger).
Step 4: Close the right nostril with the thumb of your right hand and inhale deeply with your left nostril.
Step 5: Close the left nostril with your ring and little finger.
Step 6: Open your right nostril and exhale.
Step 7: Again exhale through your right nostril, close it with your thumb and exhale through the right one. Repeat the process 10 times.
Adho Mukha Svanasana –
Step 1: Come to all your four limbs, so that your body makes a table-like structure.
Step 2: Your shoulders should be directly under your wrists and your hips over your knees.
Step 2: Inhale and lift your hips upward. At the same time, straighten your elbows and knees to make an inverted V shape.
Step 3: Press your hand into the ground and straighten your neck. Your ears should touch your hands, fix your gaze to your navel and inhale.
Step 4: Pause, then bend your knees and return to the table position.
Uttanasana or Standing Forward Pose –
Step 1: Stand with your feet hip-distance apart from each other.
Step 2: Inhale and extend both your hands overhead towards the ceiling.
Step 3: Exhale and hinge at the hips to fold forward over the legs.
Step 4: Bring your fingertips to the ground or press the palms against the calves.
Step 5: Pause, then inhale and gently place your hands onto your hips to come up.
Sarvangasana or Shoulder Stand –
Step 1: Lie flat on your back with your legs together and hands by your side.
Step 2: Slowly lift both your legs, buttocks and back as much as you can, taking support of your hands and elbows.
Step 3: Try to straighten your spine and legs by resting the entire weight of your body on the shoulders and upper arms. Do not support your body weight on your neck or head.
Step 4: Exhale and inhale in this position for 15 to 30 seconds.
Vajrasana or Diamond Pose –
Step 1: Kneel on the mat with the knees together and palms resting on the thighs. Make sure your feet are slightly apart from each other.
Step 2: Sit back between your calves and pull your feet close to your buttocks, keeping your spine erect.
Step 3: Stretch your arms outwards and bring your palms to cover your knees.
Step 4: Sit in this position for 2 minutes and gradually increase the timing.
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