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[October 2017] Scalp Massage at Home
Date 10-10-2017 14:31 Hit119


Scalp Massage at Home
 

 
Hair loss, dandruff, and other similar conditions that bring about stress to the scalp are results of not only environmental factors—such as dry hair and sun exposure—but also internal factors. Fatigue and waste buildup interrupt blood circulation, which, in turn, prevents enough nutrients from getting to the scalp and, therefore, prevents hair growth. Massaging the scalp can promote blood circulation in the area and help prevent hair loss. Today, let us learn a few simple scalp massage techniques we can try at home.
Massage your scalp after shampooing and completely blow-dry your hair. Use your fingertips to apply gentle and effective pressure. The tension in the neck and the shoulders can also affect the scalp, so this massage should be performed with stretching exercises to relax the shoulders as well.





 
Scalp massage at home:

1. Place your right hand over your left ear, and stretch your neck and trapezius muscles on your left side. Repeat the same for the other side.
2. Clasp your hands behind your neck. Push the back of your neck downward to relax its muscles.
3. Repeatedly massage your shoulders and the back of your neck.
4. Apply pressure onto your whole scalp by drawing small circles with your fingertips.
5. Hold hair strands by their tips with your fingers, and massage your scalp gently.
6. Press down on the crown of your head three or four times.
7. Using your fingertips, apply pressure along your hairline to your ears.
8. Using your fingertips, apply pressure on the areas above your eyebrows, your eyelids, the outer corners of your eyes, the sides of your nose, your cheeks, and your jaw.



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