Our answer to I’m 22 and have some grey hair. How can it be reversed?
Answer by Nature Crazy:
Maintaining hair color demands the ability to create the enzyme, tyrosinase which helps facilitate melanin’s relocation to the hair shaft which gives the hair its color.
Both Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) and methionine sulfoxide influence the levels of Tyrosinsase both directly and indirectly. Hydrogen Peroxide isn’t necessarily a horrible thing, Hair cells in people of all ages produce some hydrogen peroxide, but in younger adults, it’s swiftly synthesized into its manageable elements of hydrogen and oxygen. As you age, the body produces less and less of an enzyme called catalase which is responsible for synthesizing hydrogen peroxide in the body. Lower and lower catalase production results in higher and higher levels of hydrogen peroxide. This hydrogen peroxide build up creates hydroxyl radicals that destroys tyrosinase which as mentioned before is absolutely critical to hair color.
Hydrogen peroxide then goes on further to damage methionine sulfoxide reductase A and B, which keep methionine sulfoxide in check. The combination of higher levels of hydrogen peroxide and lower levels of Methionine sulfoxide reductase A and B not only break down the enzyme tyrosinase but make it harder for the body to produce the enzyme tyrosinase, which again is the key enzyme in giving the hair its color. Managing all these factors is critical to staving off gray hair.
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