Sooner or later, the gray hair appears in all women and men. Better course, later ... What are the causes of early gray hair? Why in the hair follicles stop producing melanocytes cells, which are used to generate and maintaining pigment of hair - melanin?
Genetic factor. If women in your family thirty years appeared gray hair, then be prepared for the fact that it does not pass and you. Alas, slow down or stop this process is impossible. Only one way out - the paint. If you are afraid to spoil hair with chemical components, use natural dyes such as henna and basma.
The presence of chronic diseases: diabetes, hormonal disorders of the thyroid gland and the gonads, liver dysfunction, gastrointestinal problems, anemia, and even the lack of vitamins and trace elements. Find out the causes of early gray hair helps examination, appointed a doctor - blood chemistry, thyroid ultrasound, etc.
Stress. During stress, in the body produced a substance that reaches the hair roots and disrupts production of the pigment melanin. As a result, over time, a person begins to notice gray hair.
Malnutrition. Experts - trichologists argue that early gray hair in women may be related to a lack of vitamin A and B. Please also note to the biologically active food additives, allowing to provide the body with all the essential nutrients that are missing in today's foods.
Unhealthy habits - alcohol abuse, smoking, under the influence of which breaks down hormonal background. So, if you do not want to have gray hair prematurely, lead a healthy lifestyle.
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