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What Grey Hair Says About Your Health

Gray hair can affect people of all ages, from teenagers to those in their 20s and beyond. The human body has millions of hair follicles or tiny sacs lining the skin. Gray hair is more common in those with darker hair because it sticks out more.

What can your grey hair tell you about your health?

There are a variety of reasons why you might be going gray earlier than typical.

1.Grey hairs are caused by a loss of color in the hair shaft.

2.It's been connected to heart problems as well.

The hair of males who have had coronary heart disease is whiter than that of guys who have not.

3.Gray hair is occasionally linked to a person's genetic makeup.

If your relatives started graying at a young age, there's a strong chance you will as well.

4.An incorrect diet can also contribute to gray hair.

Premature graying has been linked to a deficiency in specific nutrients. Low ferritin, calcium, and vitamin D-3 all affect graying, according to one study, while low copper, zinc, and iron accelerate premature graying, according to another.

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