why premature grey hairs grow

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Here are some key reasons why premature grey hairs might appear

If your parents or grandparents experienced early greying there is a chance you might too. Your DNA plays a big role in determining when you will start to go grey.
High levels of stress can contribute to premature greying.
Lack of certain vitamins particularly B12 can lead to early greying. A diet low in nutrients can affect your hair health and color.
Smoking has been linked to premature greying. The chemicals in cigarettes can damage hair follicles and reduce melanin production leading to grey hair.
Certain autoimmune diseases can cause premature greying. Conditions like vitiligo and alopecia areata can affect the pigmentation of your hair.
Oxidative stress from free radicals can damage hair follicles and reduce melanin production. This can lead to early greying especially if your body natural antioxidant defenses are weakened.
Hormonal imbalances can also play a role

Premature greying can be influenced by a variety of factors. Understanding the underlying causes can help in managing and potentially slowing down the process.

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