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Inversion Challenge November 2013-November 2014

divachyk

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If I return to inversion, I will definitely have to do it where my legs are elevated on the couch and my back is flat on the floor. The dangling my head off the side of the bed was too much for my migraines. I got throbbing headaches. :nono:
 

Beautifulwildflower

Well-Known Member
Would getting an inversion table help this I'm willing to get one


I know inversion works because u c it on the pyramids of that lady bent over and she has long flowing hair that's my favorite it's literally on the walls telling us

So does anybody have an inversion table to do this correctly cause all I can see is me falling and busting my head off the edge of my bed if I don't get one lol


Hi nagasbabi, I was curious about the same thing... we'll actually I started doing the 7 days inversion method in November and was wondering where the inversion method came from. So I went online and found a couple of articles about it and came across one that peeked my interest, here's the link http://www.hairtodaytheretomorrow.com/inversion-therapy-for-hair-loss/#comments.

The article references Andy Bryant and the inversion table. You invert for 3 minutes at 90 degree angle on the invert table and with the increased circulation to the head the results is said to accelerate hair growth, and even regrow lost hair within 3-6 months.

Though I won't be buying an inverting table, I decided to give this version of the method a try. My head is bent to my knees for 6-7 min (I doubled the time since I'm not using a table) every day for 3 months at which by the end of April I will check the results. I know that seems like alot, inverting for 1-3 months straight, but I'm reeeeeally curious :lick::yep:!

What's your take on the article?









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~Current hair length: BSL first time Nov 2013!! WooHoo!!:woohoo2:

~Relaxed/Natural/Texlaxed/Loc'd: Kinky Curly Natural

~Goal month: Goal reached for BSL in Dec. 2013; April 2014 for MBL

~Post a beginning picture: Starting Dec. 1, 2013. Updated pics mid January 2014
 
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sj10460

Don't Come for me unless I send for you!
i completed my seventh day yesterday. I haven't noticed any growth but I am currently weaved up. My nape area feels a little more fuzzy but there isn't even an inch back there to braid/twist. I was hoping to be able to braid/twist after the week.
 

Lilmama1011

Well-Known Member
I was waiting for my e check to clear for my subscription to start back up, but I completed all seven days with warm sweet almond oil on my scalp
 

Chrismiss

Well-Known Member
Crazy question: Do you avoid doing this while menstruating? My week to invert coincided with the start of my menses and it seems like my menses was weird.
 

Gr8ness83

Well-Known Member
I am on month 2, day 6 of inverting. Hopefully i will get another inch this month. I have decided to leave my braids in until July, I take sections out and rebraid them often though so I dont receive any matting or buildup.
 

coolsista-paris

Well-Known Member
ive always wanted to try this.

is it forbidden for people with high blood pressure? ( i am taking medication ).

anyone in this case?

i cant beleive some of you get an inch per month!
 

nagasbabi

New Member
Hi nagasbabi, I was curious about the same thing... we'll actually I started doing the 7 days inversion method in November and was wondering where the inversion method came from. So I went online and found a couple of articles about it and came across one that peeked my interest, here's the link http://www.hairtodaytheretomorrow.com/inversion-therapy-for-hair-loss/#comments. The article references Andy Bryant and the inversion table. You invert for 3 minutes at 90 degree angle on the invert table and with the increased circulation to the head the results is said to accelerate hair growth, and even regrow lost hair within 3-6 months. Though I won't be buying an inverting table, I decided to give this version of the method a try. My head is bent to my knees for 6-7 min (I doubled the time since I'm not using a table) every day for 3 months at which by the end of April I will check the results. I know that seems like alot, inverting for 1-3 months straight, but I'm reeeeeally curious :lick::yep:! What's your take on the article? _______________________________________:rosebud: ~Current hair length: BSL first time Nov 2013!! WooHoo!!:woohoo2: ~Relaxed/Natural/Texlaxed/Loc'd: Kinky Curly Natural ~Goal month: Goal reached for BSL in Dec. 2013; April 2014 for MBL ~Post a beginning picture: Starting Dec. 1, 2013. Updated pics mid January 2014

Sorry I took so long to respond I'm so late I don't know how to work this forum just yet lol but that article is extremely interesting and has a lot of knowledge cause I thought I could just hang upside any which way like I was batman lol but at a 90 degree angle makes more sense ... Has anyone experienced random hairs growing in random places do to this because of the blood flow up there like on there face or around there necks like extremely long hairs sprouting like bean sprouts almost lol?
 

KiWiStyle

Realtor & Foodie
Is anyone else getting an itchy and tender scalp? Since inverting this month, my scalp has been so darn tender, I hope that's a good thing.
 

Channy31

New Member
No idea if I gained any length tbh. I didn't know where I started at the start of the week. I'll be able to work it out on my next length check in a few weeks though :)
 

Channy31

New Member
Just checked and my hair has grown for sure! I want to say an inch but I don't know, super excited to do a length check now :)
 
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