I got premature gray hairs in my early 30s in 2019, just when the pandemic struck. It came out of nowhere. I know it may be a combination of stress, health, and genetics. I’ve been regularly dying my hair, but I don’t dye my hair for at least four months in between because I don’t want to destroy my hair. Here is a picture of my current hair as proof.

I’ve tried the following so far that hasn’t worked for at least three months or more.

  • B12 Vitamins
  • Zinc
  • Hair Oiling
  • Hair vitamins
  • Fish/Omega 3 pills

What I am currently trying

  • Clarifying Shampoo
  • Eating Healthier
    • Been trying for a long time, but I haven’t tried different foods. In general, I lack variety, vegetables and fruits.

Many have said it won’t reverse, but there is no harm in trying. If anyone has any suggestions, I am open to them!

On a side note, there are Reddit threads that offer insight, like this one: https://www.reddit.com/r/Biohackers/comments/n0jh82/has_anyone_reversed_hair_greying/

The Gray Movement

I know many embrace their grays as part of their natural self. I agree we should flip the script on having grays and seeing grays. It’s a normal part of life and aging. Some people never get to have them, unfortunately. You can see it gaining popularity on social media.

It’s a choice. However, I don’t want to. I am dying my hair and trying to focus on my health.

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