Good blood circulation in scalp is required to help bring nutrients to the hair follicle and for healthy hair growth. It is possible that poor circulation can cause the hair follicle to not get enough nutrients and thus cause thinning and eventually balding. There are many causes of poor blood circulation including stress, lack of exercise, and medical conditions. Stress can cause the scalp to tighten and lower blood circulation in the area. Additionally a lack of exercise or healthy circulatory system may cause there to be a less than healthy amount of blood flow to the scalp. However, extra blood circulation will not stimulate growth.
If you’re experiencing hair loss, consult with your physician first to rule out any underlying medical conditions and to gain a better understanding of your hair loss. If you’re experiencing permanent hair loss, or want more information about your hair loss, Bosley suggests that you set up a free consultation with one of the Bosley Professionals. During this consultation you’ll learn more about your hair loss and the treatments that are available to you.