View Full Version : Should i be worried?

11-13-2015, 09:23 PM
18 yrs old. My family is known for having thick hair on both my mom and dads side, but i have been noticing my hair feeling thinner the past few months. Not sure if this is a result of a maturing scalp or if i should be concerned.

11-13-2015, 10:38 PM
No lol. Completely full. Monitor with pictures every 2 months if worried but right now you have a full head of hair.

11-14-2015, 05:17 AM
Good morning ChuckSandy (its 5:59 am here in Illinois USA)
You had a very good and a TRUE response from BaldingEagle yesterday. (Hi BaldingEagle!)

Chuck, your hair does LOOK good!
Your at that age now in which you could only be experiencing a NORMAL maturing of your hairline.
I experienced that at about that same age as yours. (many many years ago now lol)
The LAST thing you should ever allow yourself to do is to unnecessarily become worried or stressed-out over that possibility or anything in life.
Stress and worry can and WILL cause a bad effect on your hair and your health overall.
You have a good hairline bro!!
If your seeing a maturing of your hairline that is OK ,,
more than likely NO ONE ELSE around you has seen any change.
Live your life in a positive manner, eat healthy, you can also take that multivitamin Biotin.
Biotin is a PROVEN and effective vitamin for everyone just like all other multivitamins.
"Hair growth and biotin are related closely. Biotin not only promotes healthy hair growth but also prevents hair dryness. Moreover, biotin also increases the elasticity of cortex of a hair, thereby, preventing and minimizing hair breakage. Therefore, biotin helps induce growth of both hair and new skin cells, and making them healthy. For people who are suffering from hair loss, taking extra biotin may aid their hair grow longer, healthier and thicker."

Vitamin B12 is good to take too- "Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps keep the body's nerve and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA, the genetic material in all cells. Vitamin B12 also helps prevent a type of anemia called megaloblastic anemia that makes people tired and weak. Two steps are required for the body to absorb vitamin B12 from food."
Cheers to you young man!!
By the way, I will be creating a new thread today about my very recent 'Pilofofus' 3rd PHASE TESTING !!

11-14-2015, 02:55 PM
thank you so much for the advice