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5 Reasons You Are Going Grey Prematurely

 

Men with grey hair are distinguished and elegant, and so are women. The only difference is men look distinguished no matter how old they are when their grey hair manifests.

If you're a woman who's still in her 20s or 30s, you might find yourself confused, panicked, and overwhelmed at the sight of grey hair already. Don't panic. You're not getting old fast, and the amount of grey you have at a young age doesn't mean your years are numbered. In fact, the average person begins to find grey in their mid-30s. There are several reasons you might be greying already, and none of them has to do with stress.

Your Genes

If the people who provided your good genes were grey at an early age, chances are good you'll also grey early. It's just one of those things you can't do anything about. You can cover it up at the salon until you're ready to face the world as a salt and pepper kind of gal, but that's about it.

Your Pituitary Gland Has Issues

If you have some pituitary gland issues, you might begin to grey early. Perhaps you know you have issues but if you don't, your doctor will help. Once you are diagnosed, he or she will recommend a course of treatment. When the issue is corrected, your hair will very likely stop growing grey.

Thyroid Issues

Thyroids cause some irritating health issues depending on what's wrong with them. From weight issues to energy level issues, your thyroid needs to be healthy. Until it's healthy, it might cause you to go grey prematurely. Check with your doctor. Fixing this problem means you can get your hair to stop growing grey.

Peroxide Buildup

As you get older, your body might stop breaking down hydrogen peroxide, and it might begin to naturally bleach your hair. As this occurs, you will notice your hair turning grey. It's something that happens to some people unexplainably, but it's not usually anything to worry about.

You've Got a Vitamin Deficiency

Sometimes all you need is a bit more Vitamin B-12, and you can stop the greying process. Not everyone is deficient, but sometimes it's the only reason your hair is changing color. The best news is your doctor can tell you if this is the case, and correcting the situation might make your hair stop greying and grow its natural color once again.

Going grey early usually means nothing major is wrong with your health, but it might mean you have a few health issues to address quickly.

If you're going grey early despite no one else in your family ever doing the same, it might be time to call the doctor.

 

Men with grey hair are distinguished and elegant, and so are women. The only difference is men look distinguished no matter how old they are when their grey hair manifests.




If you're a woman who's still in her 20s or 30s, you might find yourself confused, panicked, and overwhelmed at the sight of grey hair already. Don't panic. You're not getting old fast, and the amount of grey you have at a young age doesn't mean your years are numbered. In fact, the average person begins to find grey in their mid-30s. There are several reasons you might be greying already, and none of them has to do with stress.

Your Genes

If the people who provided your good genes were grey at an early age, chances are good you'll also grey early. It's just one of those things you can't do anything about. You can cover it up at the salon until you're ready to face the world as a salt and pepper kind of gal, but that's about it.

Your Pituitary Gland Has Issues

If you have some pituitary gland issues, you might begin to grey early. Perhaps you know you have issues but if you don't, your doctor will help. Once you are diagnosed, he or she will recommend a course of treatment. When the issue is corrected, your hair will very likely stop growing grey.

Thyroid Issues

Thyroids cause some irritating health issues depending on what's wrong with them. From weight issues to energy level issues, your thyroid needs to be healthy. Until it's healthy, it might cause you to go grey prematurely. Check with your doctor. Fixing this problem means you can get your hair to stop growing grey.

Peroxide Buildup

As you get older, your body might stop breaking down hydrogen peroxide, and it might begin to naturally bleach your hair. As this occurs, you will notice your hair turning grey. It's something that happens to some people unexplainably, but it's not usually anything to worry about.

You've Got a Vitamin Deficiency

Sometimes all you need is a bit more Vitamin B-12, and you can stop the greying process. Not everyone is deficient, but sometimes it's the only reason your hair is changing color. The best news is your doctor can tell you if this is the case, and correcting the situation might make your hair stop greying and grow its natural color once again.

Going grey early usually means nothing major is wrong with your health, but it might mean you have a few health issues to address quickly.

If you're going grey early despite no one else in your family ever doing the same, it might be time to call the doctor.