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I have shorter hair in the center of my head but the rest is normal length what should I do?

Your question is not very clear, but your problem seems to be that your hair is not growing very well on the top and front of your head. If in addition your hair is also thinning in these areas, it is probably simply due to the process of balding. One of the best and simplest treatments for hair loss is a daily head massage using coconut oil. This should be done gently of course; if too much force is used, it will only end up damaging and pulling out hair. Leave the oil on your hair and scalp for at least one hour, and then wash it out using a suitable shampoo and conditioner. An excellent natural conditioner is egg yolk, but this will of course need to be applied before shampooing, rather than after. One hair loss remedy is a paste that you can prepare at home using fenugreek seeds that have been soaked in water overnight. Prepare the paste in the morning, apply it to your scalp, and wash your hair half an hour later.
If you are a man over the age of 35, there is a good chance that what you are experiencing is simply male pattern balding. This is something that affects most men, and unfortunately, the process cannot really be controlled or reversed. There are many traditional remedies that claim to be able to stop balding, but most of them are entirely useless in the case of male pattern balding. Till recently, most scientific and cosmetic treatments have also had only limited effectiveness. However, the most recently developed treatments, including some surgical procedures, seem to be more effective. Ideally, you should visit a hair specialist who will be able to determine the reason why your hair is thinning and/or not growing properly. Depending on the causes, he or she will be able to suggest the most appropriate treatment.
If you are a woman or you feel that you are too young to be losing hair in this manner, you may also want to examine your diet for any deficiencies. In particular, deficiencies of copper, iron, and iodine can adversely affect hair growth. In addition, make sure that your diet is generally well balanced, with all the necessary food groups and nutrients. You should also check whether another health condition such as a thyroid problem, which can cause loss of hair. High levels of insulin in the blood also seem to be a factor in causing hair loss.