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Why can hair turn gray at a young age? Here's what you can do to prevent it
Written by SOT.COM.AL 20 Tetor 2021
If you think you's the only one who's gray your hair early, you're wrong. Early gray is a common thing, although it can be uncomfortable.
Below you can read what can cause premature graying.
You may have a vitamin B12 deficiency
According to experts, vitamin B12 deficiency is the most common cause of premature gray hair. It can also lead to thinning and hair loss. To avoid this, make sure you consume eggs, beef, tuna and salmon in your diet. You can also consume vitamin B12 as a supplement.
You may have thyroid problems
Thyroid problems directly affect the hair follicles, according to research. If you are graying at a young age or if you have an anomaly; this may occur due to thyroid dysfunction.
Consumption of unhealthy food
Not following a healthy diet can contribute to getting those extra shredded fibers. Various studies on this subject have found that ferritin, calcium, vitamin D-3, copper, zinc and iron can keep your hair healthy - while a lack of it can lead to gray hair.
You are constantly worried and stressed
Early gray hair is linked to stress by experts. Being stressed affects the stem cells that are responsible for regenerating your hair, leading to the first grays at a young age.
You may have inherited them
Yes, you may have inherited those white hairs from your parents and grandparents. According to dermatologists, our genetics play a big role in determining when we turn gray. If someone in your family tree has quickly turned gray, chances are you are experiencing the same thing.
What can you do to prevent it?
The bitter truth is this: once you turn gray, you will not be able to restore the original color. However, there are some steps you can take to prevent your hair from turning gray early:
-Protect your hair from sun damage. Cover your head whenever you go out, if possible.
-Avoid hair dryers.
-Massage your hair regularly with coconut oil.
-Include cabbage, almonds, carrot juice and broccoli in your diet.
Do you prefer to cover your ashes or brag that you do not have gray?