When it comes to brushing your hair, you may not give it much thought.
Brushing the hair is a Daily task for everyone, but do you know what is the right way to go? How often should you brush your hair?
I will try to tell you the answer depending on the CMT (Chinese Medicine Theory).
Chinese medicine believes that there are many different acupuncture points on our head, different points correspond to different organs of the body, and massaging these points can help the health of the body. But in normal life, you may not have enough time that goes to the Chinese medicine clinic to receive a massage.
So have a good scalp massage hairbrush and use it to brush your hair every day, it’s an easy way. With the right hairbrush and some patience, you can boost your hair’s health and appearance by brushing the right way.
What are the benefits of brushing your hair?
1.Good for the kidneys
Chinese medicine believes that regular brushing of the hair is very beneficial to the body, because the hair is related to the health of the kidneys, brushing the hair is also taking care of the kidneys.
2. Nourish the scalp
Brushing the hair can meet the requirement of oxygen and blood for hair, Because Brushing stimulates the head to promote blood circulation through nerve reflex, thus improving blood clogging in the scalp, for hair loss, dandruff, and dry hair has a better effect, making the hair soft and shiny.
3. Preventing headaches
There are many acupuncture points on the head, frequent brushing can massage the scalp while stimulating the head acupuncture points with the role of relieving fatigue, and headache prevention. When brushing hair, force should be moderate control, not too heavy, so as not to damage the scalp.
It is recommended to use a wooden hairbrush or bamboo hairbrush to brush the hair from the front, with moderate force (not to feel pain), to the top of the head, the back of the head, the neck in order, and then, in turn, comb the head around.
Do not use plastic brushes, nylon brushes, etc., because these hairbrushes can generate static electricity, and damage the hair, comb teeth should not be too dense, otherwise, it is easy to pull off the hair; combing force evenly, not too hard, otherwise, damage to the scalp, prompting the sweat glands, sebaceous glands around the bacteria and other microorganisms, often take advantage of the opportunity to cause boils or sebaceous cysts, bringing unexpected pain; The hairbrush that was used every day don’t share with other person and cleaning the hairbrush frequently. It is not advisable to mix them to avoid spreading diseases to each other.