5 Tips To Grow A Healthy and Thicker Beard

Five tips to help you grow healthy facial hair
5 tips to grow a healthy and thicker beard

Growing a thicker beard can be a challenge for many men for a variety of reasons. The problem for most men is that once the beard reaches a certain point, itchiness can become so out of control that they trim or shave the beard to early.  The sad truth is most guys do things to impede the growth of the beard long before it reaches its full potential.

For many guys, the beard begins itching around the two to three-week mark, and they let this consume them to the point they either shave or trim before the hair reaches thick status.

The reason the hair is itching is a combination of two things. The first is poor grooming habits, basically, the skin is not being moisturised so it can withstand the hair follicles piercing through.

 Secondly, as new hairs grow, they cause slight irritation in the skin that will subside in a few days, but most guys can not get to that point.

This irritation would normally disappear naturally within a few days interval if ignored. Growing healthy beard requires your patience and dedication and unless you are able to withstand that early prickly stage, you’d never be able to grow a healthy beard.

It takes roughly one month to grow thicker beards. Although, it doesn’t take that long for one to grow healthy beards. 

Let's look at this five tips to help you grow healthy thicker beards.

1. Engage in physical Exercise to grow healthy beards

Physical exercise helps to boost your testosterone level. This, in turn, leads to a healthy growth of beard. Thus, exercise in addition to helping you to shed off extra fat also helps you to grow healthier and fuller beards.

2. Get rid of Stress

Stress increases the level of cortisol in your body. Excess cortisol negatively affects your production of testosterone. Cortisol as well reduces the size of your blood vessel and lessens a number of nutrients that reaches your hair follicles

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3. Get enough Rest

Your body requires sufficient sleep to boost its level of testosterone. Sufficient hours of sleep daily help to restore your testosterone.

4. Eat adequate Diet to grow healthy beards

You diet must be made up of foods that are rich in vitamin if you hope to grow healthy beards. Go for vegetable rich diets that are made up of the minerals and vitamins required by your body for healthy living. Also, eating foods that contain an adequate amount of protein helps your beard to grow since hair is a protein filament.

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 5. Take Supplements and stay adequately moisturised

In addition to eating healthy diet, food supplements also help to boost healthy hair growth. Go for diets rich in copper, iron, zinc, magnesium, vitamins B, D, and E.  If you are not getting sufficient amount of these nutrients in your diet, you can make up through the supplements.

When you have allowed your beard to grow to one full month, you can either leave it to continue growing on its own or trim and groom it to get a more smart appearance. You may require beard oil to help you keep your skin under the beard moisturised.

To get your skin and jaw area adequately moisturised, so that you grow healthy beards, you need to know the type of skin you have. Moisturise the skin under your beards constantly with coconut oil or similar moisturiser to keep it hydrated enough to boost the growth of healthy beards.

Growing healthy beards all boils down to a few simple healthy habits like avoiding stress, eating healthy foods, taking suitable supplements that may supplement what you are lacking, having the adequate amount of rest on a day to day basis and engaging in suitable exercises.

Try these tips to grow healthy beards and let us know how it goes. If you have additional tips for growing healthy beards, also let us know in the comment section. Are you a fan of beard or no beard, all let us know and share your reasons!

Jemimah Abimbola Posts

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