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Grey Hair Probem

I am getting grey hairs lots and lots and lots!!! Somebody help! What can I do???!!!!
Asked On : Fri, 2 May 2008
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  User's Response
hi people, the dark or light color of someone's hair depends on how much melanin each hair contains. As we get older, the pigment cells in our hair follicles gradually die. When there are fewer pigment cells in a hair follicle, that strand of hair will no longer contain as much melanin and will become a more transparent color - like gray, silver, or white - as it grows. As people continue to get older, fewer pigment cells will be around to produce melanin. Eventually, the hair will look completely gray. People can get gray hair at any age. Some people go gray at a young age - as early as when they are in high school or college - whereas others may be in their 30s or 40s before they see that first gray hair. How early we get gray hair is determined by our genes. This means that most of us will start having gray hairs around the same age that our parents or grandparents first did. Gray hair is more noticeable in people with darker hair because it stands out, but people with naturally lighter hair are j
Answered: Fri, 24 Oct 2008
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The colour of the hair depends on the presence of pigment granules in the cortex of the hair. With age there is a gradual dilution of pigment in the hair, so that in different hairs the full range of colours from normal to white can be found. Grey hair can some times appear earlier. Rapid graying of hair may occur after severe emotional stress. In certain internal diseases hair might gray early. This is especially true of diseases of the thyroid gland and certain types of anemia's. Localised patches of gray hair can appear in certain areas. Perming, colouring and bleaching work to promote graying. The usual and the most effective way of dealing with graying of hair is dyeing it. There are several types of dyes available. The oxidative dyes are the most versatile and the most frequently used. But dyeing has its drawbacks- once you start dyeing it is seen to increase gray hairs. Henna is also used because apart from its safety, it is a superb conditioner. Having calcium pantothenate in the dose of 200 mg dail
Answered: Fri, 27 Jun 2008
  User's Response
No one can help you, L'oreal only can. Shell out 400 bucks and apply it. Simple. tu tension kaiku leta rey :?:
Answered: Mon, 19 May 2008
  Anonymous's Response
everyone talking about how hair becomes white.. can anyone tell is it possible to stop? what should I do? or can gray hair be turned to blach? I am 27yrs

don't say hair color ok:)
Answered: Wed, 1 Dec 2010
  User's Response
you have not mentioned your age . what do you think that you want? do you want your hairs not to grey even at the age of 99? then you go to Himalya's and perform some "thapsya" and when God comes down to fulfill your desire ask for a quarter of "Amrutha"
Answered: Mon, 9 Jun 2008
  User's Response
lack of iron can cause grey hairs, so also stress.
Answered: Wed, 18 Jun 2008
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