How to get thicker hair:
Have you ever looked at your hair and realized it’s thin? Thinning hair is a common problem faced by many people. Fortunately, there are several ways to make your hair thicker.
One of the best ways to make your hair thicker is via "defensive therapies", including FDA-approved medications like finasteride and minoxidil. (Also known by the brand names Propecia and Rogaine.)
Additionally, maintaining a healthy diet with foods rich in vitamins B, C, and D will help promote healthier hair follicles, leading to thicker strands of hair. Many dark green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, and collard greens contain good amounts of vitamin B and vitamin D. Citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons are known for their vitamin C content. Other foods rich in vitamin B include legumes, grains, eggs, and dairy. Vitamin D can also be found in fatty fish such as salmon and tuna, fortified milk and juices, and mushrooms.
Some companies market biotin as a magical hair thickener, and biotin pills have become popular. The evidence is tenuous, but there may be a correlation between biotin and hair thickness, although it remains unproven.
Finally, reducing stress is an important factor when it comes to making your hair look thick and healthy. Stress can cause poor nutrition as well as higher levels of cortisol which can lead to weakened hair follicles. Making time for relaxation practices such as yoga or meditation can help reduce stress levels and create an environment that encourages healthy hair growth.
Combining defensive therapies, good nutrition, vitamins, and less stress can definitely help make your hair look fuller and thicker.