I am the poster child for regular massage. In fact, I would give up shopping before I'd give up my massages! One of the best antidotes for stress is massage.
Show More I am the poster child for regular massage. In fact, I would give up shopping before I'd give up my massages! One of the best antidotes for stress is massage.
However, your scalp can also greatly benefit from regular massage. It stimulates blood flow, which in turn helps feed the hair follicles. Often it helps to prevent and fight avoidable hair loss, and reestablish the natural development of healthy hair. In addition to all this, it is extremely relaxing, calming, and helps relieve headaches and migraines.
Massaging the scalp helps keep your hair healthy and can also promote hair growth. Nourishment is sent to the capillary vessels in hair papillae to activate the hair cells.
How to massge your scalp:
1. Start from the forehead hairline along the arteries in the front, side, and back of the head, making small circles with your fingertips.
2. Work your way toward the top of the head as if drawing a circle.
3. Massage your hair/scalp for just ten minutes a day: once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Do not give up after a few days. Make it a habit! You can also massage your scalp when shampooing your hair.
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