Premature Graying Of Hairs By Dr Anmol Arora ( Sr Homoeopathic Specialist )

How Hair Works – Summary
( Diagramatic Representation )
Dark Hair
Hair grows in stages, with a certain percentage of hair either growing or resting at any one time. The hair follicles — the little bags under the skin where hair is formed out of skin — also contain pigment called melanin.
Graying hair
When the body stops producing pigments, the hair becomes colorless, turning white. Mixed with darker hair, this produces a look most commonly associated with “gray.” An actual gray hair may be a result of pigment dilution.

Grey Hairs
Grey hair is a familiar sign of ageing. The age when greying starts depends on your genetic inheritance. If your hair start greying after the age of 35 then it is not unusual, if at a younger age then you are greying prematurely. Greying of hair is due to a gradual decline in the production of a pigment ‘melanin’ in the hair bulb. White hair has no pigment whereas; grey hair has some however not as much as brown or black hair.
Not all hair responds in the same way or at the same time, so the greying process usually is gradual. The first grey hair usually appears near the temples then the greyness spreads to the crown and later to the back of head.
Gray Hair

Excessive intake of tea, coffee, alcohol, meat, fried, oily, greasy, spicy, sour and acidic foods reduce the moisture and nutrients reaching the hair follicles and may lead to premature graying. Keep your hair as healthy as possible. Drink plenty of water and vegetable juices. Fresh fruit juices are full of anti-toxicants, they help to detoxify the body and protect the pigmented hair that remain and thus delay the onset of premature graying. Apricot, cherry and strawberry are the best fruits to protect the further graying.

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