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For some, a beard transplant can be a slow and seem impossible task. There are no miracle pills for thickening facial hair, but there is no shortage of myths about how to stimulate facial hair follicles. Many people men honor mistakenly believe that shaving makes. Facial hair grows more thickly. In fact, shaving does not affect the root of your hair under your skin nor does it affect the way your hair grows.


Another common misconception is that those with thicker beards have more testosterone than people men honor with thinner beards. Although testosterone plays a role in facial hair growth, low testosterone is rarely the cause of sparse facial hair growth.

In this article, we'll examine the five most likely reasons why you may have trouble growing your beard. We'll also look at some of the ways you can maximize your growth.

1. Heredity:
The thickness of your beard is mainly determined by genetics. If your father and grandparents have a thick beard, you will likely be able to grow a thick beard as well.

Androgens are the group of hormones behind male traits such men honor as a deep voice and the ability to grow facial hair. An enzyme in your body called 5- alpha reductase that converts the androgenic hormone testosterone into another hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT ).

When DHT binds to your hair follicle receptors, it stimulates facial hair growth. However, the strength of its effect is also determined by the sensitivity of your hair follicles to DHT. This sensitivity is determined largely by your genetics. On the contrary, although DHT stimulates beard growth, it prevents the reliable source of hair growth on your head.

2. Age:
Men's facial hair continues to grow until about 30 years. If you are in your early twenties or teens, your beard will likely continue to thicken as you age.

3. Ethnicity:
Your ethnicity could be influenced by the growth of your facial hair. People from Mediterranean countries men honor tend to grow facial hair compared to people from other regions.
According to a 2016 study, Chinese men generally have less facial hair growth than Caucasian men. Facial hair growth in Chinese men tends to focus around the mouth while Caucasian men tend to have more hair on the cheeks, neck and chin. According to the same study, the diameter of a human hair can vary from 17 to 180 micrometers, which may be a contributing factor to the thickness of the beard. Thicker hair leads to a fuller beard.

4. Decreased levels of testosterone:
In some cases, low testosterone may men honor be the cause of poor beard growth. People with very low testosterone levels do not have facial hair. Unless your testosterone levels are naturally low, it likely won't affect the growth of your facial hair. If you have low testosterone, you are also likely to experience symptoms such as the following:
Low sex drive

* Erectile dysfunction
* fatigue
* Trouble building muscles
* Excess body fat
* Mood changes

Conclusion:
Not every man is able to grow facial hair. The most common reason some men are unable to grow beards is genetic factors. Some men who have trouble growing beards have switched to beard cultivation. Although beard implants are now available, they are very expensive and are a surgical procedure. Therefore, careful consideration must be given to the careful evaluation of risks and benefits.