Balding men are hanging upside down like bats in crazy bid to grow their hair back


BALDING men are hanging upside down like bats in a crazy bid to grow their hair back.

Hundreds are trying the Inversion Method to increase the flow of blood to the scalp along with, it is claimed, follicle-boosting nutrients. But a hair restoration surgeon says there is no evidence it works and could even be dangerous.

 Bald men are hanging upside down like bats in a crazy bid to grow their hair back

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Bald men are hanging upside down like bats in a crazy bid to grow their hair backCredit: Getty – Contributor

YouTuber Nicola Chatfield’s vlog on the technique has clocked up almost 48,000 views.

In it, she hangs upside down on a pull-up bar for five minutes a day for a week.

The hairdresser then measures her hair and reports it has grown half an inch. She says of the method: “I do think it’s worth it.”

American vlogger Chris Gault has been using it for 18 months and claims his hair is “growing back”. In a video he says: “This works.”

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But London-based hair restoration expert Dr Bessam Farjo warned it was not a cheap and easy “miracle cure” for hair loss.

He said: “Hanging upside down for too long could result in blood pooling in the brain.

“That could trigger ruptured blood vessels which could lead to a brain haemorrhage. And then there’s the risk of falling.”

 American YouTuber Chris Gault has been testing the 'cure' for 18 months and says his hair is 'growing back'

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American YouTuber Chris Gault has been testing the ‘cure’ for 18 months and says his hair is ‘growing back’
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