Hair texture and color changes are natural aging effects. Maybe you used to have a full mane of hair, in a color other than bald. Some thinning or graying or even white hair is a natural consequence of aging, and you may have already noticed it.
Hair growth is triggered by specialized sacs called follicles. They’re enveloped in a layer of skin. Melanin is made by cells in the hair follicle. The pigment cells in your hair follicles are what give your hair its color. However, aging hair follicles can cause a loss of pigment, which can lead to white hair.
People have been known to dye their hair with Kool-Aid and other drinks that contain red fruit juice (or they use wigs). Neither of these two choices is worth pursuing because the result isn’t as sleek and professional as I had hoped.
Gray hair is a natural part of aging and it happens to everyone. Some people may go to great lengths to imitate their gray hair, believing that it is a sign of wisdom and maturity.
Having gray hair can make a younger man appear much older than he is. Possible causes of their precocious graying include genetic predisposition and/or exposure to environmental toxins. Maybe it’s a result of several of these things working together:
Some men may be genetically predisposed to graying hair at an earlier age than their contemporaries. Loss of hair is a common problem in people’s 30s and 40s. Some men over 60 have a significant amount of gray hair and have never used hair dye. They’ve probably been doing this since before anyone was born.
The physical and mental effects of stress can include premature graying of the hair in some people. Multiple stress-related disorders are associated with a hastened aging process that can make a person appear older than they are.
3. Lack of healthy diet
A lack of a particular nutrient in the diet has been linked to premature graying of the hair and an overall older appearance. Extremely common are deficiencies in iron, magnesium, and the other trace elements included here.
4. Certain drugs
The use of certain drugs has been linked to the premature onset of gray hair. Always be on the lookout for bearded men lathering up with shaving cream. Because the odor is so overpowering, they paint their beards white and then wash them off. Your beard has gone gray because you’ve been using a chemically damaging shaving solution for years.