Nourishing Your Hair with Fascia Release | The Fascia Masters, Season 2 – Episode 21

In the quest for vibrant and healthy hair, people often explore various products and treatments. Today we are talking about a holistic perspective on hair health, exploring the connection between fascia, alignment, and overall well-being.

As we age, misalignments in the body, particularly the ribcage, can compromise the flow of blood and oxygen to the head, leading to issues like graying, thinning, and hair loss. The carotid arteries, responsible for supplying blood to the head, become hindered as the head is pulled forward due to misalignment.

Fascia responds to misalignments, gripping onto bones with remarkable strength. In cases of prolonged poor posture or misalignment, scar tissue and adhesions form, blocking the natural flow of nutrients to the scalp and hair follicles. As the head is pulled forward, the scalp retracts, contributing to receding hairlines and compromised hair health. This process becomes more pronounced as we age, but lifestyle factors, such as extended hours in front of technology, can accelerate these issues in younger generations.

Enter Block Therapy, a practice designed to release adhesions, optimize blood and oxygen flow, and restore proper alignment throughout the body, including the scalp. By addressing the root cause of misalignments, people have reported improvements in hair health, including increased fullness, shininess, and even regrowth.

Listen to today's podcast for practical tips for maintaining healthy hair, such as incorporating inversions, optimizing hydration, and embracing natural products

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