Can Exercise Help Hair Health?

We all know regular exercise offers a wide range of benefits to our body. From preventing heart diseases and controlling weight gain to increasing energy and strengthening muscles, a good exercise regimen can certainly give us an edge in life. However, there are some benefits of exercising that many people may not be aware of. Did you know that regular physical activity can improve your hair health? If you didn’t, then you’ll be pleased to know that there is a deep connection between exercising and hair health.

Unfortunately, millions of Americans suffer from stress and this can lead to the overproduction of a hormone in our body known as cortisol. Excess amounts of cortisol can cause hair thinning and hair loss. Exercise is a natural method to reduce stress and it also increases blood flow to the scalp as well as to the rest of the body. With the increased blood flow comes more oxygen and more nutrients that may be lacking in the scalp. And, when the scalp sweats through exercising, it clears the pores which may be clogged. All of these result in producing stronger, healthier hair.

Now, let’s focus on exercises that are most beneficial for attaining healthy hair.

  • Jogging: Jogging is definitely among the top physical activities that one should make time for in their life. It is an all-round cardio exercise that promotes good body health and the scalp is no exception to that. If you go jogging outdoors for just three to four times a week, it will be sufficient to keep your body and hair in good condition.
  • Crunches: Though they may be not as physically engaging as jogging, intense crunching sessions one or two times a week forces the body to perspire which can clear out the head from dandruff and encourage hair growth.
  • Massaging: Even though this may not be seen as an exercise, scalp messages can provide immense benefits to our hair. Physically massaging the head is almost as important as exercising because it targets the scalp directly and stimulates the hair follicles which help with hair growth.

While this is a short list, in reality, a whole host of physical exercises as well as massaging can grant us benefits that will do wonders for our hair. The way to having a healthy body with healthy hair is nothing beyond our capabilities. All it takes is steadfastness and dedication.

Finally, after having the workout, the last step is to wash all the sweat out of the hair. And, for that purpose, one of the best options is to use Dr. Marder Skincare Total Relief Shampoo and Conditioner. This shampoo and conditioner duo has been designed specifically for scalp treatment and, amongst its many benefits, it has the ability to stop hair loss and promote new hair growth. Zinc Pyrithione is a proven antibacterial and antifungal medication that is found in Dr. Marder Skincare’s excellent Total Relief Conditioner that will fight bacteria and fungus caused by sweating.

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