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Research studies conducted to find out the causes of premature graying of hair have shown that lifestyle, especially smoking, is also a major cause of premature graying of hair.

Human hair naturally begins to turn gray in middle age, however gray hair can be observed in many young adults.

A study conducted by researchers at the University of Jordan has found a link between smoking and graying of hair before the age of 30.

According to researchers, harmful chemicals in tobacco cause a disturbance in the balance of oxygen in the cells and tissues, which affects the cells that maintain the color of the hair and as a result premature hair loss. Whiteness begins to appear.

Apart from smoking, eating habits also play an important role in graying of hair. Deficiencies in certain nutrients, particularly vitamins B12, D3, calcium, and minerals such as copper, iron, and zinc, have also been associated with premature graying of hair.

The above-mentioned nutrients are of key importance for the production of the substance called melanin, which is responsible for the color of hair.

In research studies, it was found that people who had low levels of these nutrients had premature graying of hair.

Health experts say that diet is of primary importance for hair health. It is very important to include the above nutrients in your daily diet to keep your hair healthy.

According to researchers, stress is also a cause of premature graying of hair. Apart from this, lack of sleep and lack of water in the body can also cause hair to lose its dark color at an early age, because lack of sleep and lack of water in the body affects the overall human health, which affects the hair. It also affects health.

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