Study: Stress at work causes the appearance of white hair

Study: Stress at work causes the appearance of white hair


Study: Stress at work causes the appearance of white hair
A recent scientific study has shown that stress due to function, family or relationships causes the appearance of white hair in the head, or so-called "silver fox" such as George Clooney or Philip Scofield.



According to the Daily Mill website, many earlier studies have shown that the appearance of early white hair is an inevitable genetic process, but the new study found that when the body is exposed to nerve pressure such as a serious illness or shock, white hair spreads in the scalp.



In addition, the researchers explained that the immune system produces defensive waves, which also lead to changes in the cells of hair follicles that produce luna, which in turn makes our hair silver or gray.



"This new finding suggests that the genes that control dye in hair and skin also control the innate immune system," said Dr. William Pavan, co-author and researcher at the National Institutes of Health.
Study: Stress at work causes the appearance of white hair
A recent scientific study has shown that stress due to function, family or relationships causes the appearance of white hair in the head, or so-called "silver fox" such as George Clooney or Philip Scofield.



According to the Daily Mill website, many earlier studies have shown that the appearance of early white hair is an inevitable genetic process, but the new study found that when the body is exposed to nerve pressure such as a serious illness or shock, white hair spreads in the scalp.



In addition, the researchers explained that the immune system produces defensive waves, which also lead to changes in the cells of hair follicles that produce luna, which in turn makes our hair silver or gray.



"This new finding suggests that the genes that control dye in hair and skin also control the innate immune system," said Dr. William Pavan, co-author and researcher at the National Institutes of Health.
Study: Stress at work causes the appearance of white hair
A recent scientific study has shown that stress due to function, family or relationships causes the appearance of white hair in the head, or so-called "silver fox" such as George Clooney or Philip Scofield.



According to the Daily Mill website, many earlier studies have shown that the appearance of early white hair is an inevitable genetic process, but the new study found that when the body is exposed to nerve pressure such as a serious illness or shock, white hair spreads in the scalp.



In addition, the researchers explained that the immune system produces defensive waves, which also lead to changes in the cells of hair follicles that produce luna, which in turn makes our hair silver or gray.



"This new finding suggests that the genes that control dye in hair and skin also control the innate immune system," said Dr. William Pavan, co-author and researcher at the National Institutes of Health.