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Actually my hairs of head are going to white day by day so is there ang treatment for that. Now I am 30+, I want black. Please help me.

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Dear patient, grey / white hairs is because of lack of beta carotene. Now it's not too late for you to get right treatment. Now you need to take hairoots active hair oil with hair strengthening homeopathic medicines to control and cure grey hairs quickly. How to prevent grey hairs 1. Quit smoking the major reason for growth of grey hairs. 2. Avoid junk food, coffee and alcohol coffee, alcohol and junk food all are devitalizing and excessive usage of these items usually leads to premature aging. 3. Ease stress as already mentioned in the causes, too much stress can cause premature grey hair. People who work consistently under pressure, stress and tension should try yoga and other relaxing techniques so as to avoid premature aging and graying of hair. 4. Keep a healthy diet a healthy diet ensures that your body gets all the nutrients it needs to function properly. A proper diet so as to prevent grey hair should incorporate food items that are rich in minerals and vitamin a along with iron. Your hair needs a high protein well-rounded diet. - cut down on the use of hair spray, hair gels, and styling creams that contain harsh chemical ingredients. - avoid changing your shampoo and conditioner constantly. Stick to one good mild cleansing shampoo for six months before changing.
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Drink lots of water. Tab novophane plus daily. Apply tugain 5% lotion twice a day on scalp. Nizral shampoo. For 4 months.
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