As the years go by, you will notice that your hair begins to change in a number of ways. Here are a few things to be on the watch for, and here is what you can do about them.
Why gray hair?
pigment-producing cells in your hair slowly die off, some individual
hair strands appear white, mixed in with other black strands of hair ,
your hair looks grey. Although the graying process usually is gradual.
But you can't prevent your hair graying. Some people start graying in
their 30s, and some not until their 60s. Genetics likely play a strong
role in graying.
Children's Gray Hair
hair in childhood is known as 'Premature graying' or canities.
Premature graying in children is usually genetically programmed. If the
parents or grandparents had premature graying, the children may follow
suit. It's very important to consult with a pediatrician to rule out
infection or systemic causes of a child's gray hair. The doctor will
family history and can order diagnostic testing to get to the root of this problem.