[15 DEC 2012]
My hair has never been thick and always quite thin but i have noticed it has definitely got much thinner during the last couple of months which also happens to coincide with the time i have been taking Vitamin B5 [Pantothenic Acid].
I have been taking ~ 1.2 grams Vitamin B5 [Pantothenic Acid] with ~1.2 Acetyl-L-Carnitine since the beginning of October.
My skin has gotten better but there has also been other factors such as taking turmeric for the last month or so, severe depression, losing weight through Intermittent fasting and not eating enough.
The thinning of my hair could of course just be a coincidence and might just be accelerated male pattern baldness and/or my longer hairstle and pony tail. But it doesn't seem to fit the classic male pattern baldness receding, my hairline hasn't changed and the crown is unaffected. Basically the whole of the top, especially at the very front has got much thinner. The sides haven't receded at all really.
Possible reasons for hair loss:
B5 [Pantothenic Acid].
Longer hairstyle worn in pony tail.
Telogen Effluvium induced by fasting/calorie restriction.
Fasting/ calorie restriction.
Male pattern baldness.