What Is Inversion Method For Hair Growth?
What Are The Benefits Of Doing Inversion Method For Hair Growth?
Inversion method for hair growth is one of the most effective methods to grow new hairs. It works because it helps your body to produce more testosterone which causes your scalp cells to make more DHT, which then stimulates follicles to start producing hair. Testosterone makes hair follicle grow faster than when there is no testosterone in the body. There are many benefits of doing inversion method for hair growth.
Benefits Of Doing Inversion Method For Hair Growth
You will get the best results if you use the method regularly. You need to have regular time to do inversion for hair growth.
If you don’t have enough time, you won’t get any result from doing inversion for hair growth. It takes about 3 weeks to see the effect of doing inversion for hair growth. After you finish with inversion for hair growth, you can continue using it. You can keep doing inversion for hair growth even after you stop taking testosterone replacement therapy (TRT).
How To Do Inverted Hair Growth?
There are several ways to do inverted hair growth. All of them work for different people because not all of our bodies are the same. You can easily do inversion hair growth at home.
Doing Inverted Hair Growth At Home With Ease
You can use the steps below to do inversion hair growth by yourself. To get the best result, you should repeat this method about 7 times a week.
1. Check your hip and head to see if there is any unevenness.
Your hips should be higher than your head. It can damage your neck and back if you do not do it right.
You can use a pillow for more support.
2. While lying down on a bed or a couch, you lift your legs until your whole body is in an inverted position.
In this position, your feet will be above your head. You hold this position for about 30 seconds.
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