Did you know that doing some physical exercise or sport can be very good for your beard? One of the main reasons for this is that exercise makes you sweat!
When we exercise, run, pedal, move, our pores dilate, the hair follicles are more open and, above all, the blood flow in the body increases.
Sweating Is Good
And it is the blood that brings more oxygen and nutrients to the cells and also to the roots of the strands of the beard. So they grow healthier.
Now, it’s not much use if you don’t have a healthy diet, right? Drink a lot of water and eat well so glued there with the physical exercise in this one.
Exercise also helps to lower stress levels. And stress is poison.
The more stressed, the more our bodies release cortisone into the blood. With too much cortisone, the beard follicles may stop developing and the beard hair becomes more fragile and finer.
That’s why when we are very stressed, the beard takes longer to grow, the hair falls out. Take a deep breath.
Yoga For Bearded
A study says that doing Yoga is also great for hair growth. Much due to breathing exercises and some postures that considerably increase blood flow to the head.
It has Yoga postures that also help to better balance the body’s hormones, increase vitality and concentration. In addition, soothe.
Do You Have to Exercise Right?
And is there a better exercise or sport? Man, running, walking, cycling, playing any sport helps a lot.
With the pandemic, I ended up creating a routine that mixes early morning cycling and exercises at home. I still have not faced going back to the gym. In addition, look, apart from a day or another standing in jackfruit, until I am managing to maintain this routine.
I bought a kit of elastic bands with different tensions to do some strength exercises at home. Much cheaper and more practical than weights and washers at home.
You can work your entire body and do it right, the animal catches! You can sweat your shirt.
Bath Is Essential
Sweating is important, but do not forget to take care of your beard, wash your face well with a good shaving shampoo.
Twice a week it is also nice to use a face scrub to remove the accumulation of dead cells and avoid ingrown hairs. I always leave them both in the shower.
If you shower at the gym or go swimming, it is nice to always have a shaving balm in your backpack.
After leaving the bath or swimming pool with chlorine, the balm ends up being a hand on the wheel to moisturize the hair well. I always have a Beard Balm.
It doesn’t matter how big your beard is, whether it’s just beginning to grow, whether it’s a lumberjack beard, you have to take care of it.