11 Hair Tips for Men’s Hair Growth
For most men, your hair is an important part of your overall look and style. It’s important to have healthy, luscious, and luxurious hair, which signals power. Of course, it can be overwhelming as to what to do to achieve it.
We understand this and are here to help with your daily hair care routine, help improve hair quality, and prevent hair loss. Taking care of your hair is a important, healthy habit to adopt. Continue reading these 11 hair tips for men to make your daily hair care routine more effective. By the way, women and men notice the attention you put on your hair. Thick hair is all great, but others notice when you tastefully care for hair that is not-so-thick. So, as attorney Joeseph, said to us, “I just wanted to keep what have. I thought GrowOUT was working, and my girlfriend confirmed it. Even she noticed that it’s working! And, to my surprise, some of it IS growing back. Let me buy more GrowOUT now!”-J.I., Attorney
11 Hair Tips for Men’s Hair Growth
1. Eat a nutrient-dense diet for healthier hair: Obviously, a healthy diet is great for your body, lessening your risk from suffering serious health issues, and your hair will benefit greatly from this wonderful habit also.
A lack of protein can affect your hair quality and growth, so it’s important you are getting adequate amounts everyday. Protein provides the amino acids that makeup keratin, which is the building block of your hair. Not only great for muscle building, it’s essential for men’s hair growth. Great sources of protein are lean meats, fish, eggs, dairy, and beans. If you are vegan, there are choices, and it’s vital that you stay away from soy or you might see your hair falling out. Print out your own FREE “12 Everyday Things Slowing Hair Growth: Thinning Hair Reversed”.
Healthy fats, such as coconut, olive, and flaxseed, are necessary for hair structure because they provide your body with long-chain polyunsaturated fats and linoleic acids. Notice, soy didn’t make the list!
Fruits and vegetables are important to provide a variety of nutrients such as Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B12, Folate, Zinc, and Niacin.
2. Take supplements: If you’re not getting all your nutrients in your diet, then take a multivitamin and mineral supplement. It’s important to note that you can lose zinc in sweat, so if you exercise a lot it is possible you could be deficient in zinc. Also, Americans are typically deficient in magnesium, so if you are going to have your blood work done, have them check your magnesium levels as well. Magnesium is used in over 300 processes in your body, so it’s important you have sufficient levels. Low levels of Vitamin D, iron, and B-complex may lead to slow growth and weakened hair. Vitamin D plays an important role in the growth phase and stimulates hair follicles. Iron is vital for hemoglobin production to carry oxygen to your cells. B-complex vitamins are essential to processing protein, fat, and carbohydrates. It’s important to note that sugars use up a ton of B vitamins.
3. Limit alcohol consumption: Alcohol dehydrates your body and can cause your hair to be dry and brittle, and more likely to fall out. Also, alcohol has been shown to increase levels of estrogen, and for men, this can be problematic for hair growth.
4. Quit smoking: Smoking can reduce the amount of blood flow to the scalp which can result in slower and reduced hair growth. Time will tell if vaping is a safer alternative. Staying away from both is the best option, unless you have to do it, just know it may cost you your hair.
5. Nurture your scalp for better hair: Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp! A clean scalp is a healthy scalp, so cleanse it regularly. Giving your scalp a 4 minute massage with the pads of your fingers in a circular motion has many benefits. It soothes nerves, relieves tension, and promotes good blood flow to the scalp.
6. Wear hats occasionally: Wearing hats too tightly could reduce the amount of blood flow to your scalp. Also, they could cause hair damage and loss because they pull too hard on hair follicles.
7. Invest in the right products: This includes everything from your shampoo to your styling aids. Good quality shampoo and conditioners are essential to healthy hair. You will want to use natural, nourishing chemical-free products. The Men: Thin Hair Power Builder package is perfect to address all your styling needs, maximize your scalp health, and slow the progression of your thinning hair. By all means eliminate silicone, dimethicone, cyclopentasiloxane. For the other sneaky names, get your FREE AVOID list of Silicone hair killers.
8. Go easy on the heat: A hot shower is amazing, especially when the temperatures outside are freezing, but hot water tends to strip a lot of the essential oils from your hair and scalp, which leads to dryness. It’s best to use tepid water.
9. Dry your hair properly: Hair is vulnerable to damage when it’s wet, so rubbing your hair dry with a towel can cause damage to the outer layers of your hair, split ends, and frizziness. Instead, pat your hair dry with a towel to remove the excess water and leave to air dry. If you need to blow dry your hair, use the lowest heat setting possible.
10. Go easy on chemical treatments: Chemical treatments, such as hair coloring, can leave your hair dull, dry, and damaged. It’s best to avoid home treatments and seek out the services of your trusted stylist. The stylist will know what products are best for your hair type and professional services will almost always look better than the results you’ll get by doing it yourself.
11. Stay consistent: It’s important to stay consistent when taking on new habits. Now that you know and understand the basics of hair care, you can put a routine in place that is easy to maintain.
Conclusion about Men’s Hair Growth
Healthy, luscious, and luxurious hair is possible for men, as long as you’re willing to put in the effort. Taking great care of your hair is a healthy habit that is good for your hair and your body.
Your Trusted Brother & Sister Hair Growth Experts,
Alan & Cheryl
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