Hair fall is a common problem in today’s world. According to experts, hormonal imbalances in the body, genetics, lack of nutrition and stress are the leading causes of hair loss. Yoga can go a long way in controlling hair fall as practising it regularly improves the functions of body and mind. This improves the body hormone balance, corrects blood circulation and makes hair healthy.

Apart from getting rid of hair loss problem through yoga and meditation, you will get relief from other physical disorders. These yoga asanas will deliver blood to your brain muscles accurately and will also free you from mental stress, hunger problems, and anxiety.

All the postures bending forward increase blood circulation in the head, which nourishes the roots of the hair. As a result, you feel a change in your hair over time. Here are some asanas that you can practice. You have to practice them consistently with the correct rules if you want good results.


Stand straight with no distance between your feet, take a deep breath and hold for a second or two. Now lean forward slowly and exhale. Now touch your toes or the ground with fingers without bending your hands. Try to smoothly touch your palm on the floor when you bend forward. Count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and keep holding on to your current position. Now slowly stand up while inhaling and repeat the process.

Standing and leaning forward, relieves fatigue and weakness. It also improves digestion power.


Lie down straight on your back, on the ground and stretch out your legs. Firmly place your elbows near the hip and support your hips with your hands. Slowly push your legs upwards pointing towards the roof, until your jaw touches your chest. Hold on to this position for a minute or as long as you can and then slowly go back to the resting position.

It nourishes the thyroid gland, which relaxes digestion, genitalia and nervous system.


It is the most helpful poses for relieving the body from all digestive problems. Gas is reduced, and digestion power improves. The muscles below the waist becomes strong. It also reduces the fat in the abdomen and hips.


Sit with your spine straight and legs folded backwards under your hips. Let your body rest on your folded legs and keep your hands straight on your thighs with your palms facing down. Now keep breathing in and out for around 5 to 10 minutes or more and then straighten your legs to relax.

It is also called Heera Mudra, and unlike other asanas, you can do this asana immediately after eating. It helps in the digestion of food by reducing urinary problems and stomach gas.

Adho Mukha Svanasana

Bending in the posture like a dog transmits proper blood to the head, and it is also beneficial in sinus and colds. It also provides relief in brain fatigue. Depression and insomnia are also cured.

Once you bend, hold on to the spot for 1 to 3 minutes each time you carry this out.