Whether your hair loss is due to hormones or an autoimmune illness, regrowing your hair with TCM treatments and dietary changes is achievable if you begin early.
TCM believes that blood deficiency is the primary cause of hair loss. Hair will grow well if the body has enough blood, and the spleen and liver are in charge of the body’s blood supply. Healthy hair growth and shine are aided by a healthy spleen and liver. TCM treatments can help to nourish spleen and liver health to promote hair growth.
Regular acupuncture can promote the passage of qi and blood to the scalp, which will promote hair growth. Chinese medicines have been used to combat hair loss for hundreds of years. There is one herb in particular that has a reputation for treating alopecia.
For the treatment of both acute and long-term central nervous system diseases, it has been demonstrated to be the most successful method. With only a few needles, scalp acupuncture frequently has astonishing effects and usually leads in instant recovery. It might sometimes only take a few seconds to a minute.
Those with androgenetic alopecia who have sparse hair can benefit from acupuncture treatments at the Baihui and Sishencong points on their scalps, which open blocked meridians, enhance blood flow and metabolism around the head, nourish the hair, and encourage hair growth.
Wangu (GB12) Wangu can help with issues like headaches and hair loss.
(EXTRA 5/M-HN-9) Taiyang Utilizing tai yang to relax the mind and lower stress levels can help stop hair loss.
Fengchi (GB20) The neck and head’s blood circulation can be enhanced via feng chi.