Providing your body with the best essential nutrients and energy for growing a beard is very important. Making sure that you get a wide variety of foods in your body means your beard has the potential to grow thicker, longer, and fuller. However, some foods are better than others. In other articles, I have talked about eggs, coffee, and even sperm. In this article, I will talk about whether or not milk is good for your beard.
Eating the right things is a foundational step in growing a strong beard. Putting the right things into your body helps in numerous ways. Including a wide variety of essential nutrients and minerals by consuming fresh produce helps boost your metabolism, helps your body create testosterone, and some nutrients provide a boost to your beard growing potential.
Curling a beard is something that can provide a unique style to your look. When I was growing out my beard, I couldn’t wait to have a long moustache to curl using beard wax. Most people are aiming for a straight beard. A straight beard gives you maximum length but can be a little bit boring. Learning to place a few curls can be a fun way to liven up your beard.
As you start growing a beard, you may be concerned about how patchy the beard looks. Concern about the continuity of a beard is a common issue among men – particularly teenagers in the early stage of growing their beard. The process of growing a beard relies on the production of testosterone to activate beard growth. Once it is activated, it relies on another chemical called DHT to promote the growth of hairs. However, many hairs do not change to thick beard hairs, no matter how much testosterone or DHT is in the body.
Whether you are single, in a relationship, or married, growing a beard can put off many potential partners and cause your partner to kiss you less. If you are lucky, your beard may encourage more kissing. A focus group found that 9% of partners preferred their man with a beard. Perhaps your partner falls into the 9%. In the same bit of research, it was shown that 37% prefer a clean-shaven face.
Some people love it whilst others absolutely hate it. As a bearded person, I have had my fair share of reactions. Some people have said that they feel incredibly sorry for my partner having to kiss a beard. Whilst for other people it makes no difference. Kissing with a beard can be relatively tricky because you have to navigate the hair that can get caught in between lips.
On average, humans spend approximately 26 years of their lives sleeping. According to the National Centre on sleep disorders research, this translates into about one third of a person’s total lifetime. It is therefore very important to make sure that your beard is protected during the one third of your life where you are not actively caring for it. It can be very easy to smash your beard into the pillow and twist and turn causing breakages and strain on your beard.
The daily wear and tear on a beard can easily make it look dull and lifeless. Alternatively, on the other end of the spectrum, your daily activities may actually make it look wilder and frizzier. In my experience, my beard very quickly becomes dry and sticks out due to increased frizziness. Refreshing a beard in the middle of the day or at the end of an action-packed weekend is surprisingly simple as long as you know the simple tricks to get your beard looking shiny and healthy quickly.