|Posted on Sunday, March 12, 2006 - 07:52 am: ||
I have this problem, and about 90% of the people have it too...I have more hair loss on the left side of my head then the right side...it's not that big of difference but my right temple is a little more recede then the left!
Also I am able to move my left ear further back then my right ear! Resulting in more facial tension in the left then right! Not that big difference but I see it if I look close...
I can also feel that the left side of the occipitalis muscles at back of my head is bigger...
Now my conclusion is this! If people experience hair loss more at one side of the head then the other. Would their muscles on the weak side of hair be weaker?
Then this must confirm that the SE does have an effect regarding hair growth!
So do you have it too?
|Posted on Sunday, March 12, 2006 - 11:08 am: ||
Yep. My right side is slightly higher than my left.
My left side looks better after the SE, than my right, so I think you're on to something there.
|Posted on Sunday, March 12, 2006 - 02:52 pm: ||
i feel the most pull when i do SE where i have the most hair. So i know this is true. We just have to figuer out a way to target those areas ... im loosing it on my temples... getting that typical island of hair in the front... if anyone has ideas on how to move the front side areas better... let me know
|Posted on Sunday, March 12, 2006 - 03:40 pm: ||
It's good to hear that what I have experienced is true with you too!
joe joe and blackenedanger
I always reach out for the weak places of my head the thin areas like on the vertex or temples i touch the back of my head as I touch the temples to search what area at the back of my head that is connected with the temples then I tense that muscle area and try to focus on it while i do the exercise...and it have helped making my right side a little stronger...giving me more temple growth on the right side too!
I always try to pull my right ear which is harder to pull back then the right one! they don't feel the same which means it's not the same muscles that are yet trained...
But there is no doubt that the SE don't work! it do work
Also a good thing to know is that when you lift you’re left eye brow your right occipitalis works and when you lift you’re right eye brow you’re left occipitalis muscle work...
But remember to touch you’re scalp feeling were its tense and try to locate which muscle that is connected to that tension!
|Posted on Sunday, March 12, 2006 - 03:43 pm: ||
Add this too
Left and right side should feel the same when you pull back the ears or ells they are not even trained and you will have more hair loss at on side then the other...
plus it will not give you full effect of the SE if one side is stronger it will make youre scalp tighter! then it would have been if they were booth the same...at least that's what i think im not 100% sure correct me if im wrong!