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Sudden growth of white hair in beard, might be due to stress or hereditary problems. Treatment?

hi sir, on my beard white hair is growing continously. i am 32 years old. at the age of 30-31 i dont have a single white hair on my beard , but after marriage 30-31 age in one year started to grow white hair. i think due to stress and family tensions and any heridity problems i dont know. please provide me the suitable and remedial answer so that it can be stop to grow further
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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as such not much is available for greying of hair.
Oral supplements with calcium pantothenate or PABA seem to provide some help.
Also a new peptide based product containing melitane has been said to have good results. This has to be applied just once in a day. Avoid smoking, stress etc and take a healthy nutritious diet. kindly discuss with your dermatologst regarding these treatment options.
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Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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