Graying hair cannot be fully stopped, as most individuals will eventually get gray hair as they age, unless their hair falls out. Changes to diet, lifestyle and use of certain medicines can help to slow down the graying ... More »

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When graying hair is the result of genetics, there may be little that a person can do to stop this from happening. However, if premature graying is due to either a nutritional deficiency in vitamin B-12 or a medical cond... More »

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There are no easy fixes to preventing gray hair. The age at which you start going gray is determined mainly by genes and your ethnicity. Gray hair is usually irreversible. However, you can check for vitamin deficiencies ... More »

Contrary to the popular myth, nothing happens when you pull out a gray hair. Pulling out a gray hair does not make more gray hairs pop up in its place. More »

Make a natural hair dye from henna, sesame oil and curry leaves to color gray hair black to dark brown or red. You can also soak the hair in highly concentrated black coffee or tea, or in crushed walnut shells steeped in... More »

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Teenagers get gray hair for the same reason as adults. Hair goes gray when color-producing cells stop producing pigment, according to Jeffery Benabio, MD, a dermatologist with Kaiser Permanente. Gray hair is considered p... More »

Plucking gray hair does not make more grow in its place. That is a common myth, simply because only one hair is capable of growing out of one hair follicle. At most, just one other gray hair may grow back. More »