This week we are back with the topic: How To Grow More Facial Hair. But before we start on the second part, make sure to read part 1 on skincare first. In order to grow a thicker beard, skincare is just as important as lifestyle – combine both and you may get pretty good results!
Today we’ll be focusing on the lifestyle and how it can influence the hair growth. One simple rule to remember – if you take care of yourself by eating healthy, sleeping well and exercising, not only you will feel healthier and more energetic, your beard will love it too.
A good rest is the key in maintaining all of your body’s functions, including hair growth. It turns out that while you sleep, your body regenerates lost cells and hair growth tends to increase. We know that many guys tend to take sleep for granted, but if you sleep for less than 6 hours each night , growing facial hair quickly is barely possible. For best results, aim to sleep for at least 8 hours nightly.
Exercising is just as important as getting a proper rest. Why? Because while you exercise, your blood circulation improves, which helps you to maintain a high metabolic rate. All the nutrients that can help to stimulate the hair growth will reach the hair follicles in your face much faster if you have a good blood circulation. Even mild aerobic exercise is better than nothing! Take a 30-minute walk each day after work, or even better, go for a jog.
A balance of fat and protein in your diet is one of the main keys to growing facial hair faster. The hair itself is built mainly of protein, and healthy hair is coated in oils and fats. Therefore, in order to grow well your beard needs both , protein and fats. It can also increase testosterone,which is another key player in growing facial hair.
Maintain a good balance of vitamins.
One of the most important vitamins to pay attention to when trying to grow more facial hair is vitamin B7, which is also called biotin. It is found in nuts and egg yolk. You can also take a biotin supplement daily.
Vitamin B9 directly impacts your ability to grow thicker hair and can be found in cereals, nuts, and green leaf vegetables.
Vitamins B5 and B3 are also important for hair growth, because it improves the blood circulation. It can be found in chicken, beef, fish, egg yolk, milk, avocado and whole grains.
It is important to maintain a balance of vitamins A, C and E in your diet. They are all important to provide the right conditions for facial hair to grow in.
Vitamin A will maintain your follicles and sebum, and can be found in carrots, broccoli and leafy green vegetables.
Vitamin C will improve your immune system. Your body can get this vitamin from citrus fruits, potatoes, tomatoes, green peppers and dark green leaf vegetables.
And last, vitamin E will improve your circulation and can be found in nuts, beans, and green leaf vegetables.