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    Quote Originally Posted by fred970 View Post
    More complete BS.
    Again Complete Bs >

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    Going grey is caused by a lack of melanin, which is what gives your hair its colour. We typically produce less of this as we get older. Going grey is natural but depending on your lifestyle it could creep up earlier than expected. Stress is one of the major causes of going grey early and also causes us to age faster. Try to relax more, find healthy ways to de-stress and take time out for yourself, even if it's just a long hot soak after a stressful day. Be positive, learn to say no, and lock that bathroom door for a bit of peace!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sulkycat View Post
    Stress is one of the major causes of going grey early and also causes us to age faster.
    No.

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    premature graying problem is largely genetic

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    Going grey doesn't always have to do with genes. From what I read, it can and almost always is due to being vitamin deficient.
    Get your levels checked and maybe consider a sulfur supplement. MSM is what you'd be looking for.

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    Stress can make you lose your hair or become gray - i'll take gray over losing hair

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    I'm going to speak from my personal experience.

    Depends on your age. If you are below 30, then gray hair might be a sign of Vitamin B12 deficiency. I'm 28, and a year back I spotted a lot of gray hair in the mirror a day after I got a hair cut. Anyway, I did some research, and some of it pointed to Vitamin B12 deficiency. So I got my B12 levels tested and turned out to be severely deficient. I supplemented with 1000 mcg Vitamin B12 a day, and in 3 months the gray hair completely vanished! But even my hair will be gray I am happier when I dye my hair. I currently want is light pastel blue like this newaylook. Or at least a bleach.

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    You can start using Hair Color which are amonia free.

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    I think there's not much you can do about it other than dye your hair...I had really early gray hair too, like during the 8th grade for me. It's not noticeable unless you get up close - I'm 31 now.

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    HI! I'm getiing old!!! I have to much of grey hair!

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