Living in Confidence

How the Mind Controles the Body 

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Vitiligo, gray hair
See also epidermis and hair loss.
Sensitivity follows the outer skin scheme.
Whether it involves the left or right side of the body depends on biological dexterity.
• Vitiligo: gross, ugly, painful separation. For example, "Your father died in a car accident, his head was completely shattered."
• Gray hair: divorce has a generational aspect, a family and/or offspring theme.
Own observation: there are distinct periods when the degree of graying increases:
• When the children go out the door, that is, between the ages of 40 and 50: in a relatively short time much more "salt and pepper."
• When one's own generation begins to fall away, that is, in old age: one becomes "white" in a relatively short time.
CA phase
(Local) decrease of cells on the underside of the epidermis, where pigment cells are located.
Unlike the top of the epidermis, there is no numbness here, but rather a slightly increased sensitivity due to the thinner skin without pigment.
White patches on the skin due to the decrease of pigment cells in those areas. Gray hair due to decreased pigmentation in the hair follicles.
Biological utility
Feeling better about the person from whom one was separated in such a crude way.
PCL phase
Reconstruction of the underside of the epidermis. The white spots usually rebuild from the edge inward.
Swelling, redness and pain, in the PCL-B especially itching.
Scarlet fever is a mild healing phase of a general painful separation.
Recognition of a reader:
I, when I was almost 14, saw my father suffer a spinal cord injury and then developed vitiligo. Rather large patches around my hips and beyond knees and ankles. These have indeed returned to the normal skin color, albeit slowly, from the outside. Also dots of pigment in the white spots. Never knew what I am reading now.