Pulling out gray hair does not spread it!
When a gray hair grows out, you may have seen people plucking it out to prevent it from spreading. Gray hair does not spread. Therefore, it is not true that plucking prevents gray hairs from growing in the surrounding area.
On the other hand, there is a belief that black hair will grow back after plucking. This is also a superstition. If the environment around hair follicles improves and melanocytes are activated, there is a possibility that the amount of pigment will increase and black hair will grow, but unless this happens, black hair will not grow after gray hair. Conversely, as black hair grows, the roots may turn white. In general, human hair grows about 1 cm per month, which is about 2 years for a 20 cm person and 2.5 years for a 30 cm person. Because of that amount of time, melanocytes can become modulated and white hair can grow from the bottom.
Is there a relationship between gray hair and thinning hair?
Finally, the most interesting question is the relationship between gray hair and thinning hair. While gray hair does not necessarily promote thinning hair, it is also completely unfounded to say that “people who go gray are not bald.
For example, actor Sean Connery has gray hair on the side of his head but no hair on the top of his head. Thus, the causes of gray hair and thinning hair are different. There are many people whose hair turns gray as they age, so it is too early to be reassured that “I am not bald because my hair has turned gray.
Even a few gray hairs are worrisome. There are many superstitions about gray hair, but they are all convenient interpretations. Don’t be misled by superstitions and pay attention to the health of your hair on a regular basis.