HOW TO MAKE YOUR BEARD THICKER
How To Make Your Beard Grow Thicker
Wanting to grow a thicker, fuller beard is natural. Growing that thicker, fuller beard can be harder than you think.
Your thin, maybe patchy beard might have underlying causes that will need to be addressed to grow a thicker beard.
We'll be going over a few common problems, and how to fix them.
Common Causes of A Thin or Patchy Beard
Beard Growth is heavily influenced by genetics. Some men by default will be able to grow a thick, full beard at a young age.
Others will have to work hard at it, and some men won't be able to grow one at all.
The two most common issues for a lackluster Beard are:
1: Poor genetics, meaning there are no Beard Hair Follicles existing on the face in the thin or patchy areas.
2: The follicles exist, but they are dormant, and/or malnourished and they just aren't growing.
How do I know which one I am?
There isn't any quick test to find out what is causing your thin beard.
However, there are some indicators, but these aren't always 100% accurate.
If you have immediate family members who have thick beard growth, the odds are your issues are with dormant follicles.
However, if you have no one in your family that can grow a beard, you might be out of luck.
There are a few things you can do to help stimulate beard growth. Working on these can help you know whether or not your issues are genetic or not.
Step 1: Keep Your Testosterone Levels Balanced
Beard Growth is largely impacted by your testosterone levels, especially between the ages of 18 - 35.
Low testosterone levels could very well be the cause for a thin or patchy beard. It is becoming more common for younger men to have low testosterone levels.
This can affect many other parts of your overall health, but it will especially affect beard growth. Why is low testosterone levels becoming more common?
The answer isn't clear, but lifestyle and poor diets are looking like one of the major contributing factors. Less jobs are requiring physical labor, and more young people are working from a computer.
While this isn't a bad thing in and of itself. Physical labor and movement help stimulate testosterones production, so sitting down all day could cause lower testosterone production.
How do you know if you have low testosterone levels? The best way is to get your blood work done. However, there are other signs you can look for to see if you are suffering from low testosterone.
For men between 19 and 38, the normal range is 264 to 916 nanograms per deciliter. If your levels are lower than 264, this will make it harder to grow your beard.
Getting your levels checked by your doctor is never a bad idea. If needed, taking a supplement under a doctors supervision may help increase beard growth.
You can also get at home test kits. Keeping balanced levels of testosterones will not only help with beard growth, but it will help you feel better overall.
Step 2: Get Enough Sleep
Sleep is essential for literally everything. Not only for beard growth, but for your overall health.
Not getting enough sleep will negatively impact your life in many ways.
Your body needs sleep to recover, and rejuvenate. If you are living on a low amount of sleep, it will affect your beard growth.
The testosterone in your body is primarily released during sleep.
So, not getting enough sleep will affect your testosterones levels which = less beard growth.
Quality vs Quantity
For some people, their schedules with work/family might restrict the amount of sleep they can get. If you find yourself in this position, instead of trying to get more sleep, forces on quality sleep.
Simple apps that track your REM cycle can help improve the quality of your sleep.
Step 3: Maintain A Balanced Diet
Like we've mentioned before, overall health affects how your facial hair grows.
Eating healthy will give you the best chance for growing a fuller beard. Many of the foods we consume, especially fast food, have been proven to result in lower testosterones levels for men.
Lower testosterone = slower/less beard growth.
Fast food and processed foods may taste amazing and are quick and easy, but they aren't good for you or your beard. Eating healthy can be hard at first.
You might find it difficult to make time to prepare food, or don't know how to make good tasting & healthy food.
Regardless, eating healthy (or at least trying to) is a good habit that will help improve beard growth.
There are lots of foods that help promote testosterone production. A few of these foods include:
- Fortified Plant Milks
- Leafy Green Vegetables
- Fatty Fish and Fish Oil
- Extra-virgin Olive Oil
Foods to Avoid (Slow down testosterone production)
- Fast Food
- Processed Foods (frozen or prepackage meals)
- Canned or plastic - packaged foods
- Alcohol (moderate amounts are okay, but drinking too much will decrease testosterone)
Preparing food daily can be difficult. Making time can be hard, but the benefits will help improve your life in many ways.
Additionally are also simple and relatively cheap services that offer healthy options right to your door. At the end of the day, you'll have to find out what works for you.
Step 4: Get Up & Exercise
Exercise affects your overall health, which also affects your beard.
Exercise also helps stimulate testosterone production, you know, the thing that helps boost beard growth.
So, getting plenty of exercise is a must for anyone trying to grow a nice thick beard. An additional benefit of exercise is increased blood flow.
Blood flow is essential for new beard hair follicles in the beginning stages of beard growth. Blood flow helps bring collagen and other vitamins to your beard hairs.
Without these essential vitamins your beard will struggle to grow.
There are a few types of training that actually increase testosterone production. These include:
- Weight Training
- Strength Training
- Interval training
- HIIT (High-intensity interval training)
Focusing on weight/strength training mixed with HIIT (High-intensity interval training) workouts seems to be the best approach.
These types of workout boost testosterone levels, which helps beard growth.
However, Chronic endurance exercise — such as cycling or running for hours — has been shown to decrease testosterone.
You can still do endurance exercise, just be sure to mix it in with other weight and strength training workouts.
Step 5: Use The Beard Growth Kit
The Beard Growth Kit comes with 3 products that can help improve beard growth for a THICKER, FULLER Beard.
Beard Rollers: These devices help stimulate blood flow to your face. Additional blood flow helps bring collagen and other essential nutrients to the roots of the hairs.
This treatment is known to help beard growth. You should be using a beard roller 3-4 times a week. On top of exercise, eating healthy, and getting enough sleep, this will help jump start the beard growth process.
Growth Serum: The Serum contains two ingredients (minoxidil and vitamin E) that help stimulate follicle growth. Minoxidil is an FDA approved ingredient used in hair and beard. Our Serum delivers the minoxidil in a thick serum with the vitamin E.
Growth Vitamins: Besides testosterone, you body needs plenty of biotin and collagen to grow a thick beard.
If you aren't getting enough in your diet, this supplement can help ensure you're getting the right amount. Remember, beard growth potential is still dictated by genetics.
That means, some men can do all of the above, and use a beard growth kit and still not see any improvement. Here at Crafted Beards we want what's best for you.
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How to Make Your Beard Thicker? Maintain balanced testosterone levels to start, get plenty of sleep, wash your face daily, exercise, and eat a healthy diet. Using a Beard Growth Kit can help boost beard thickness and fullness.