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Rubbing Nails For Faster Hair Growth

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2 minutes ago, Carl Fredrik Ahl said:

Hi,

I've heard that rubbing nails provides faster hair growth because it will improve blood circulation in the scalp in the hair folicles because the nails is somehow connected to the scalp. Is this true?

No. Don't believe all the stupid things people spread.


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3 minutes ago, Carl Fredrik Ahl said:

Hi,

I've heard that rubbing nails provides faster hair growth because it will improve blood circulation in the scalp in the hair folicles because the nails is somehow connected to the scalp. Is this true?

Would you go to a plumber to find out how to fix your car? An automechanic for a sore tooth? Why on earth would you ask a question like this on a computer tech forum?


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16 minutes ago, Lady Fitzgerald said:

Would you go to a plumber to find out how to fix your car? An automechanic for a sore tooth? Why on earth would you ask a question like this on a computer tech forum?

Because it's off topic. I also asked this on Science Forum, but this forums often answers my questions faster. 

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2 minutes ago, Carl Fredrik Ahl said:

Because it's off topic. I also asked this on Science Forum, but this forums often answers my questions faster. 

I'm more baffled by...why would you even bother asking? I mean, what's the logic here? What material do those nails have to be? Iron? Steel? Copper? Aluminum? Nylon? There are billions of different materials people fashion nails out of, including wood, and all those materials work differently! Also, does it actually have to be shaped like a nail, or would just two random pieces of the material work? Oh, lemme guess -- the rumour doesn't mention any such details! Also, if it was that easy to grow hair, all blacksmiths of yore would've had EXTREMELY thick and long locks of hair, because hammering metals together is just another way of rubbing them together. Did blacksmiths of yore have such hair? No? Well, gee, I wonder why!


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6 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

I'm more baffled by...why would you even bother asking? I mean, what's the logic here? What material do those nails have to be? Iron? Steel? Copper? Aluminum? Nylon? There are billions of different materials people fashion nails out of, including wood, and all those materials work differently! Also, does it actually have to be shaped like a nail, or would just two random pieces of the material work? Oh, lemme guess -- the rumour doesn't mention any such details! Also, if it was that easy to grow hair, all blacksmiths of yore would've had EXTREMELY thick and long locks of hair, because hammering metals together is just another way of rubbing them together. Did blacksmiths of yore have such hair? No? Well, gee, I wonder why!

Uh, while I think OP's question doesn't belong on a tech forum, I'm fairly sure he means human finger nails. As in the hard calcium bits at the end of your fingers :P 


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3 minutes ago, Wauthar said:

Uh, while I think OP's question doesn't belong on a tech forum, I'm fairly sure he means human finger nails. As in the hard calcium bits at the end of your fingers :P 

That'd be even stupider, though.


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19 minutes ago, Wauthar said:

Uh, while I think OP's question doesn't belong on a tech forum, I'm fairly sure he means human finger nails. As in the hard calcium bits at the end of your fingers :P 

Here is an example why you don't go to a computer tech forum to ask medical questions. Finger nails, hair, hooves, and claws are made of keratin, not calcium.


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1 hour ago, Carl Fredrik Ahl said:

I've heard that rubbing nails provides faster hair growth because it will improve blood circulation in the scalp in the hair folicles because the nails is somehow connected to the scalp.

this sounds so much like a TCM thing ._.

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37 minutes ago, Wauthar said:

Uh, while I think OP's question doesn't belong on a tech forum, I'm fairly sure he means human finger nails. As in the hard calcium bits at the end of your fingers :P 

Yes I do mean human finger nails.

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5 hours ago, Carl Fredrik Ahl said:

Yes I do mean human finger nails.

No.

 

Nothing is going to make your hair grow faster.

 

Why do you ask? Are you suffering from early hair loss? Or do you just want your hair longer?


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23 hours ago, Carl Fredrik Ahl said:

Hi,

I've heard that rubbing nails provides faster hair growth because it will improve blood circulation in the scalp in the hair folicles because the nails is somehow connected to the scalp. Is this true?

No

 

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Nope, of course not haha, anything that happens post-nail rub is purely coincidental. There was a child in a sex ed class the other day that I was teaching who asked whether eating kiwi stopped pregnancy, it's the same type of bullshit.

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52 minutes ago, Mug said:

Nope, of course not haha, anything that happens post-nail rub is purely coincidental. There was a child in a sex ed class the other day that I was teaching who asked whether eating kiwi stopped pregnancy, it's the same type of bullshit.

Kiwi... stopping pregnancy?

 

I think I figured out how that kid was conceived.


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On 5/16/2019 at 2:16 PM, WereCatf said:

I'm more baffled by...why would you even bother asking? I mean, what's the logic here? What material do those nails have to be? Iron? Steel? Copper? Aluminum? Nylon? There are billions of different materials people fashion nails out of, including wood, and all those materials work differently! Also, does it actually have to be shaped like a nail, or would just two random pieces of the material work? Oh, lemme guess -- the rumour doesn't mention any such details! Also, if it was that easy to grow hair, all blacksmiths of yore would've had EXTREMELY thick and long locks of hair, because hammering metals together is just another way of rubbing them together. Did blacksmiths of yore have such hair? No? Well, gee, I wonder why!

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Just now, lewdicrous said:

Michaelcthulhu would like to have a word with you.

I don't know who that is.


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2 minutes ago, lewdicrous said:

He's timeless. 

/s

Hmmmmm. I'm now left wondering if it's the blacksmithing or the worshipping Cthulhu that makes his hair grow? "Worship Cthulhu for faster hair growth!", eh?


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