Sleep is a very important part of maintaining a healthy body. Chronic sleep deficiency which is either an inadequate amount of sleep or sleep that is out of sync with your circadian rhythm is a key factor in determining your health status. There is no doubt that the lack of sleep contributes to a number of important fundamental changes in your immune system and neurology that play a role in disease development.
There are many people, myself included, who have the odd grey hair poking out through their luscious thick dark beard. As you get older these hairs start becoming more frequent and you can end up with a grey beard – or streaks of grey – very quickly. In this article, I will share with you how you can reverse your grey beard and also slow down the process so that you can hold on to your younger colour for as long as possible.
Noticing that your beard is growing faster or slower on one side your face is completely normal. I certainly notice that my beard is much thicker on the right-hand side of my face and is more obvious when my beard is shorter. This also happens to be the side of the face that I primarily sleep on. So that got me to fit thinking – does sleeping on one side of your face affect beard growth? In this article, we’re going to go over all of the science of sleeping and what the implications of sleeping on your beard could mean for its growth.
As I was growing at my beard I certainly noticed that there were a ton of different colours appearing. My beard is now over two years old and I have noticed that it has orange, brown, grey (since the age of 32), and the occasional blonde hair. I’ve been confused about why my beard was turning blonde when it is primarily a dark brown. In this article, I will show you all of the reasons why your beard may be turning blonde and the science behind beard colours.
When I was first grown my beard the mustache area of my face was the first area that needed attention. It started as fine but dark hairs at the corner of my lips which then slowly spread up to the centre of my face -just under my nose. I actually ended up shaving in secret because I didn’t like the look of the hairs on the side of my mustache area. In the UK we called it “bum fluff”. Not very attractive and something that heightened the self-consciousness of having it.
Continually fidgeting and pulling at beard hairs can cause them to fall out. I know that the majority of the time I play with my beard I end up removing at least one hair. Over time, this can cause me to worry about the number of hairs that I am losing. In this article, we are going to look at whether or not beard hairs will grow back if they are plucked and what you can do to stop yourself from damaging the root of the beard hair and jeopardizing its future growth.
When I was growing my beard I couldn’t help but use the products in my cupboard. I thought to myself “what is the harm?”. Well, what I didn’t know at the time was that using hair products on my beard caused it to be dry, harder to manage, and much more brittle with increased split ends. There is no doubt that you can use hair products on your beard if you have no other option – however, this is almost certainly not the best option for your beard.
As you are growing a beard you may notice that more and more hair is falling out or your hair is breaking. As your beard grows longer it gets harder and harder to maintain your hair. That is simply because the longhairs are the oldest on the end – where most of the damage can occur. I have been trialing a range of different approaches to stop beard breakage and, in this article, I can share with you the most important things for keeping your beard strong and shiny.
Growing out your beard for the first time is always a little bit daunting. But did you know that the light stubble beard is one of the first places you can achieve on your beard growing journey that can significantly change your appearance? The light stubble beard can be achieved in as little as a couple of weeks and is perfect for professionals who want a little bit more than the 5 o’clock shadow look or for people with a high and even hair density on their cheeks and chin. Keeping a light stubble beard tamed takes daily maintenance – but it doesn’t take too long. In this article we are going to go over everything you need to know about a light stubble beard and what you can do to keep it looking sharp.