Beauty

Do not remove white hair from the head

Never pull out your white hair from the root and do not separate it from your head because it will cause it to grow back and split. Anxiety and worry can have a great effect on graying hair.

Maybe you have heard that if you cut one white hair from the bottom, two white hairs will grow in the same place! Even some people are always worried about this happening.

Maybe you have heard that if you cut one white hair from the bottom, two white hairs will grow in the same place! Even some people are always worried about this happening. However, the reality is that such an idea is not true at all. This notion originates from various ancient legends in various cultures and creates a kind of correlation between two factors that have nothing to do with each other.

If you remove the white hair from the root, there is absolutely no way that these hairs will grow faster or be more numerous than before. So it’s okay to trim white hair on your chin or eyebrows occasionally, but you shouldn’t overdo it. Excessive plucking can weaken the hair and eventually cause split ends.

The factor that can turn your hair white is worry. One of the scientific hypotheses is that adrenaline hormone really damages melanocytes. Melanocytes are the hair cells that produce melanin. Melanin is the same pigment that gives hair color. Stress at a young age cannot cause hair discoloration, but it can speed up the graying process that should naturally begin in the 30s and 40s.

Researchers say that exposure to a traumatic crisis can trigger alopecia areata. Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease that causes inflammation and suspends the activity of melanocytes in the hair. This disease eventually causes the formation of white patches in different parts of the hair.

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May 5, 1395 15:07

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