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Hair Why You Turn Grey? – 5 Reasons for Premature Grey Hair

As he stood there, reflecting upon the man he once was, with his chiseled good looks and long wavy hair, it suddenly dawned on him that he had been abandoned by his youth. For his dark, thick mane was now home to the relentless great white …

Ah yes! The ruthless plague infecting us all, leaving us to be tortured and shunned by society, never to be understood, never to hear or be heard … okay, perhaps we’re getting way over our head here, it’s just grey hair, really! Although, those comfortable with grey hair are either on their way, or perhaps are color blind, the rest of us, well we end up spending about $42.5 billion a year trying to cover those insufferable grey locks that sit there mocking our every move.

What’s surprising is that we Americans spend more on trying to cover graying hair up than we do on diet products, and look at how big we are. Even women, who are so afraid of the idea of getting old that a single wrinkle on their foot could send them into a psychotic meltdown, compelling them to try anything to cover it up, just don’t realize that a little bleaching won’t do the trick.

In fact, if you think about it, grey hair is just one of those things that actually make sense. Let us take for example the ink cartridges in your printer, they run out the minute they get old. So, why wouldn’t the ink cartridges in your head run out too? And since they keep printing the same color, they are pretty much asking for it, or so we thought.

It’s actually quite the opposite. When our hair turns grey, it’s our body that’s bleaching the hair from the inside. The body naturally produces hydrogen peroxide; which begins to build up so much that it obstructs the melanin (which is the body’s natural hair dye). With no melanin, our hair turns grey, then white. And snap! We’re old.

But what about those poor souls who see the “great white” at an early age, why is the universe punishing them? Well, they’re pretty much punishing themselves with bleaching, dyes and various other unnatural remedies to have their hair sleek and shiny.

Take a look at their …

Lifestyle

Many people wash their hair every single day and the harsh chemicals in shampoos make their hair susceptible to turning grey. In addition to that, various coloring and hair treatments, hair straightening and perms cause constant stress on the hair and can lead it to becoming grey.

And yes! Let’s not forget the…

Stress Factor

It’s been proven that stress is one of the major causes of premature grey hair. Any form of stress can increase the chances of your hair growing grey and there could be a number of factors for stress, such as school, work and even family. Your diet can also lead to premature grey hair as well.

However, the good news is, and yes there is good news, that if you understand the process of your hair turning grey, you figure out how to stop it naturally. In fact, science has brought you a natural remedy that no longer requires you to color your hair.

Seriously, science discovered it, and it’s called GetAwayGrey and it’s the perfect solution for your premature grey hair.  Say bye, bye to irritating grey hair! And hello to the rest of the world!