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Acupuncture for Hair Loss

By  ,  Onlymyhealth editorial team
Aug 03, 2011
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When you have hair loss most people will advise--- apply oil regularly, use a good shampoo and conditioner, take vitamin supplements. But all these may fail to control your hair loss. At time for hair loss you'll have to consider more than oiling, shampooing and conditioning. Acupuncture is well accepted form of ‘alternative’ therapy can help to treat anything from muscular aches and pains to stress relief and even hair loss.


Acupuncture and Hair Growth

Acupuncture has been used for centuries to treat several types of hair problems like hair loss, brittle hair. The traditional Chinese medicine considers that circulation to the scalp is important for the health of your hair, and hair growth.  According to experts on acupuncture stimulation of the correct acupuncture points will influence the flow of energy, or Qi, in the body and correct the toxicity in the blood and stimulate circulation in the scalp. This can help to repair the damaged hair, strengthen your hair follicles and encourage hair growth.

 

Acupuncture for hair loss

 

Although acupuncture is used for hair loss and to promote hair growth there is little evidence to show that it can actually prevent or reverse hair loss. There are many reasons for hair loss--- hence even if acupuncture worked for someone you know it may not really work for you.

 

 

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