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5 Ways to Increase Hair Growth in Men

Hair loss can be a leading cause of insecurity in men and women alike. While women often have the option of choosing to have hair extensions put in and similar services, men typically don’t have as many options. Here are 5 ways men can increase hair growth, and how Interventional Pain Associates can help. 

5 Ways to Increase Hair Growth 

Try Essential Oils

If you have a patchy beard that won’t grow in fully or have trouble stimulating hair growth at all, try adding in essential oils. The most common essential oils that are key to beard growth, according to Ask Men, are: 

You can try these oils separately, or you can look for a beard oil that incorporates several of these together. Additionally, if you want to try these essential oils for the hair on your head, we suggest adding a few drops to your shampoo each time you wash your hair. 

Switch Up Your Diet

If you have trouble growing your hair, try changing up the foods you eat each day. Healthline recommends the following foods for hair growth:

Start a Skincare Routine 

Many may think that skincare routines are just for the women, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. If you want to promote beard hair growth, you need a good routine to keep your skin healthy and the hair growing in without a problem. If you don’t have a good skincare routine, give this one a try:

Add Supplements 

If you find your hair isn’t growing and you’ve switched up your diet, try hair growth supplements. Adding supplements that have a range of vitamins, biotin, and more can help grow in that hair. 

Make an Appointment Today

If you’re struggling with hair growth and want to try a therapy not found at the drugstore, make an appointment with Interventional Pain Associates today. Call today to learn more: (512)-795-7575.

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