This is just a theory, like the header says, but I think that AIE may well stimulate hair growth for those suffering from hair loss.
I know this because I have been experiencing hair loss for years now. I’m not bald, but I have been thinning over the temples – otherwise known as a receding hairline. It’s not too bad, but still.
I have noticed that over the past few months, since I’ve been actively trying to experience AIE more often than years before, that my hair has improved a little.
Now I know this sounds preposterous – I mean how can you tell, and how would it affect your hair? I’m not saying that it directly influences hair growth, but I’ve had a theory for some time that AIE might stimulate blood flow to the head.
You see, there’s an old trick for stimulating blood flow that hairdressers use which involves massaging the scalp, and more often that not it creates the tingling sensation that I always carry on about.
Whether it’s the external or internal stimulation, or both, remains a mystery, although it is practiced often by some.
Another theory as to why AIE might stimulate hair growth is that it has long been suspected that a chemical such as dopamine is released during the sensation which in turn might promote relaxation and well being, which could reduce stress – a major contributor to hair loss. This in turn could promote hair growth, and slow down the process.
Don’t take this all for granted. It may be possible, and no doubt I’m going to continue investigating it. It would save a fortune in medicine and so on if it is true.