The past few years my hair is very thin just above my forehead. My scalp is showing. The rest of hair is still pretty thick. What can I do to regrow my hair? I do not take prescription meds and eat a healthy diet. As a female with thin hair on the top of head it is very upsetting!
It is fairly common for women to start noticing their hair becoming dry, brittle and getting lots of split ends.
This is often an early sign that the hair is experiencing a major problem, that won’t just stop here. A reduction in hair quality might simply be a result of regular dying or heat treatments, but if you’re not dying or heat treating your hair and it starts getting dry and brittle there’s a good chance you’re on the road to hair loss.
Hair loss is usually a very slow process. It usually starts with the hair becoming dryer and brittle. This stage may last for several years before hair loss becomes noticeable. It’s hugely important to combat the problem as early as possible if you want to stop it before it gets bad.