April 17, 2023

Benefits of Hijama on Head

benefits of hijama on head

Benefits of Hijama on Head

The Hijama therapy is a holistic, super powerful detox which removes toxic and stagnant blood from your body. It can be used to cure a wide range of muscular, skeletal, neurological, immune, cardio-vascular, respiratory, digestive and urinary issues.

Removing blood toxins

Hijama draws toxins and waste products closer to the tissues which allows the body to remove them easily. This also helps with weight loss by removing excess water retention and cellulite.

Stress and anxiety relief

The suction action of hijama cups helps to reduce tension in the muscles especially the ones around the shoulders, back and neck. This also relieves the signs and symptoms of stress and anxiety such as fatigue, irritability, headaches, migraines, nervousness and sleeplessness.

It aids in improving breathing conditions such as asthma, bronchitis and cough due to the negative pressure under the cup. This promotes the circulation of blood and lymph to your lungs, unblocking sinuses and improves the supply of oxygen and nutrients.

Helps in preventing hair fall

One of the best benefits of Hijama is that it can help to prevent hair loss by regrowing follicles. However, this is only possible if the follicles are still active.

Relieves menstrual pain

Aside from helping in women’s reproductive health, Hijama can also ease the pain of menstruation for post-menopausal women and those suffering from PCOS. It aligns hormones and regulates your menstrual cycle.

Resolves rheumatic conditions

The benefits of Hijama are endless as it can be used to cure a wide range if rheumatic conditions including arthritis, sciatica, rheumatism and fibromyalgia. It is a safe, conventional treatment that can provide effective results more quickly than massage therapy alone.


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