The Inversion Method
There are many methods claiming to grow your hair super fast in a short period of time. Vitamins, various protective styles, trimming split ends regularly, but holding your head upside down?? I was a little skeptical at first, but after seeing so many women around the web have such positive results with this practice I decided to do a little research of my own. Since 400 BC, people have been using various methods of inversion techniques to relieve neck and joint pain, improve posture, get muscle relief and for overall improved blood circulation. So I guess there might be some truth to this after all.
Here are the details:
Start off with massaging your scalp with a heated oil such as coconut oil or olive oil. This will help aid in circulating the blood flow around your scalp. Hold your head upside down for 4 or 5 minutes (don’t exceed 5 minutes). Holding your head down while sitting as if you were painting your toes or by dangling your head off the edge of the bed are the easiest and safest ways. After 4 to 5 minutes, if it’s necessary wash the excess oil from your scalp. You are to repeat this for seven days straight, but cease at the seventh day and start back at the next month. Since your body is being shocked from the blood flow to the scalp this will result in the rapid hair growth that you’ll experience. However, by doing this more than one week out of the month your body will get used to being inverted which will result in no extra hair growth. This is a pretty good claim since hair grows at an average of 1/2 inch per month. With this method you are doubling the growth so you’ll get 1 inch per month which will equal out to 12 inches in a year!! This is good news to those who are trying to reach specific hair goals.
If you’re pregnant or have general medical conditions, I advise that you consult your doctor first before trying the inversion method.