|Posted on Monday, January 02, 2006 - 06:55 pm: ||
I bought Tom's CD and I am still having troubles gain control of the occipitalis muscles (spelling?). There are times when I think I feel a very small contraction but it usually involves tensing a number of other muscles in the neck jaw and shoulder area. Even then Im pretty sure I am not getting any movement in my ears (the tension causes my head to shake alittle so its hard to tell). I was wondering if anyone could give me some suggestions on gaining control of these muscles. Would Yoga work possibly?...I wish there were coaches or a professional of some type in the area for these exercises. Again I would appreciate any help and would appreciate emails or response.
|Posted on Monday, January 02, 2006 - 07:25 pm: ||
I've only just gained control of these muscles, so i'll tell you what worked for me.
With both hands placed firmly on top of the scalp, i would push the scalp back and forwards. I did this for 10 minutes everyday for 2 weeks. This loosened my scalp considerably.
After this 2 week period, i realised that if i grinned hard enough, i could make my scalp move backwards.
Give it a shot and tell me how you go.
|Posted on Tuesday, January 03, 2006 - 07:09 am: ||
Click on the Keyword Search under Utilities. Type "terri" into the search box, and then click Perform Search. Terri and others will give you helpful ideas on how to gain control of the occipitalis muscles. Don't be afraid to do a little reading. If you are strongly motivated to halt your hair loss, you should not mind wading through the writing of Terri, Naqi, and others.