Myths About Grey Hair and Baldness
You will always hear different opinions and myths about hair, skin, body, etc. Some of them are true, but some of them aren’t and you shouldn’t blindly believe in it.
Whenever you have a problem with any part of your body, you should always consult with someone who is professional and who will be able to actually help you.
So here are some myths about hair that you should avoid, or if you don’t think you should, at least consult with someone before making any decision.
Dandruff is just a dry skin
People often think that dandruff is just a dry skin on your head, and it is far from truth believe us.
All those itching and scratching you experience on your head is because you have bacteria that simply “live” on your head. The more you are upset and stressed about something, the more you will scratch.
That’s why you get dandruff, without realizing what the real cause is. That’s why in case you experience that, buy a shampoo that will help you.
The hair loss inherited from the mother’s family
Not entirely true. Of course you can inherit it from the mother’s family, but usually men experience hair loss by the age of 45.
And it doesn’t have to be anyone’s fault. Simply men have the problem with it because of DHT in the combination with enzyme and testosterone.
Grey hair= stress
Even though in some cases we can have grey hair because of the stress, in most cases it is because of our genes, which means that it runs in our family.