When it comes to growing abeard, one of the most common misconceptions is that facial hair grows at the same rate as the hair on your scalp.
To clear that out once and for all – it doesn’t. Your beard actually grow faster than your hair, which is definitely a good thing.
Now, some of you may be sup-rised to hear that your facial hair follicles develop when you’re just 5-month-old fetus.
When you eventually hit puberty, your hormones will become active and trigger your facial hair growth. Since that moment, you will be able to grow a beard.
However, some men won’t be able to have a beard, or atleast, a full beard.
Hormones responsible for this are testosterone and dihydrote-stone (DHT). Testosterone will define your beard thickness and DHT will affect its density.
Men that can’t grow a beard, or can grow just a little amount of facial hair have low levels of these two hormones so they can’t stimulate beard growth.
On the other hand, if you have 20 years and your beard is still pat-chy, that doesn’t mean your hor-monone levels are low.
It simply means that your body is not sensitive enough towards these hormones. On the other hand, being more sensitive to testosterone and DHT means that your beard will likely grow faster and at an earlier age.
If you’re struggling to make your beard grow faster, this scientific explanation will help you under-stand the pattern of your beard growth:
1. Testosterone and DHT travel from the bloodstream to the andr-ogen receptors and up to your facial hair follicles.
2. Your body produces Keratin by using some micro and macro nutrients such as vitamins, mine-rals, proteins, carbs and fat.
3. During its growth, your facial hair will pass through three growth phases (anagen, catagen, telogen), just as the rest of the hairs on your body.
This is all great, but you’re prob-ably still wondering if there is something you can do to increase testosterone production in your body.
Fortunately, there are ways to do it, even without the use of suppl-ements.
Exercising on a regular basis and a proper diet are undoubtedly the best ways to help your beard grow faster.
Besides that, make sure you’re incorporating enough proteins, carbs and good fats in diet.
Working out, along with redu-cing stress and sleepong well will increase testosterone levels and help your body grow beard faster.
To understand better, just ask yourself this: if your body is not in good shape, how can your beard grow healthier and faster?
You’re probably fed up with the constant talk about the importa-nce of genetics in your overall beard growth.
The reason you hear this so often is because it is true. If your fath-er could grow a beard, and you still can’t or it’s patchy, just be patient a little longer.
One way or another, time and commitment are crucial things you arw going to need to grow your beard properly. Thats just how things work.
While nature plays a huge role in just how fast and thick your beard will be, there are some simple steps you can incorporate into your day to help with the growing process.