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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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User :   sir my eyebrow eyes r getting grey my age is 35 wat to do
Doctor :   hello
Doctor :   i am Dr
User :   sir my age is xxxx i m 35 age my eyebrows are getting grey please suggest me
Doctor :   does anyone else in the family has this ?
User :   no sir
Doctor :   are only your eye brows turning grey
User :   even dadi hairs and on chest every where sir
User :   is there is any hospital in xxxxxxxx to cure this type of greying hair,,, at least to prevent greying
Doctor :   sure i will guide you
User :   one more thing sir still i am unmarried by this i get depressed and shynes to get marry
Doctor :   dont worry
Doctor :   are your scalp hair also turning grey ?
User :   ya sir
Doctor :   A faulty diet and mental worries are the two primary causes of premature greying of hair. Lack of some of the B vitamins, iron, copper, and iodine in the daily diet is said to be a contributory factor. Mental worries produce extraordinary tension in the skin of the scalp; this interferes with the supply of vital nutrition necessary for the health of the hair.
Doctor :   do you smoke or consume alcohol ?
User :   no sir we are orthodox
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Other causes of premature greying of hair are an unclean condition of the scalp, washing the hair with hot water, drying it with an electric dryer, and use of hair dyes. Heredity is also a predisposing factor.
Doctor :   Devitalising foods such as white flour, refined sugar and all products made from them, soft drinks, pastries, jams and jellies should be avoided. These foods take away energy, cause wrinkles, unattractive skin, grey hair, and premature old age
User :   i wil not use all these things sir......... tel me any medicine
Doctor :   i will guide you
Doctor :   1) Eat protein rich foods. Proteins - Sources: sprouted whole grains, cereals, meat and soy in your diet.
Doctor :   2) Eat foods rich in iron, minerals and vitamin A and B.
Doctor :   Vitamin A - Sources: dark green vegetables & yellow fruits. Vitamin B - Sources: fresh green leafy vegetables, bananas, tomatoes, cauliflower, cereals, yogurt, yeast and wheat germ.
Doctor :   3) Eat foods rich in iodine such as banana, carrots and fish
Doctor :   4) Drink butter milk with a 2 teaspoons each of yeast and wheat germ will prevent and cure premature greying of hair.
Doctor :   5) Rub Indian gooseberry (Amla) mixed in coconut oil into the scalp regularly. It can show wonderful results, your gray hair will turn black. Boil some dried amla pieces in coconut oil till it turns black. Apply this oil to prevent hair greying.
Doctor :   6) Massage your hairs with coconut oil and lemon juice everyday.
Doctor :   follow these and you will see results
User :   i did all this sir by seeing websit and health care tips....... sir one more thing shall i colour my eyebrow if so please tel me
Doctor :   like i said TENSION is the most important cause
User :   but i am so cool person sir every body says
Doctor :   i will give you the details where you can contact a physician
User :   ok sir ayur vedic r alopathy
Doctor :   we deal in allopathy
User :   ok pleas sir
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User :   thank u dr
Doctor :   your welcome
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