How To Grow Taller

How To Grow Taller

There are many factors that determine your overall height, but getting taller mostly depends on genetics. If your family members are short, you will likely also be short. But the good news is that you can still manage to add in a few extra inches to your height using exercise and several other techniques.

While most of these techniques do not guarantee adding inches to your intended height, they will help you reach your maximum height potential. Several things you do in your life affects your height negatively. In this post, we will discuss the importance of sleeping and how it can positively affect your body if you sleep right.

Research has proven time and time again that teenagers and children should sleep between 8.5 and 11 hours every night for healthy body function. Most of your growth takes place while you sleep because your body fully regenerates tissue while you are resting. 

To ensure that you reach your maximum intended height, sleeping enough is very important. Try your best to make your sleeping environment as calm as possible to make sure that you sleep undisturbed for the rest of the night. Not sleeping enough will not only stunt your overall growth, but it will also stop your height. 

Here is why sleep is important, and how you can sleep well. 

HGH production – The human growth hormone or HGH is responsible for much of our growth. This hormone is specially produced in large quantities while you are deep asleep. Getting a good sleep encourages accelerated production of this hormone. 

You must ensure that HGH is produced naturally in the body. There are several treatments that are injected into the body under the watchful eye of the doctor. But this is only intended for people who are suffering from serious growth problems. Any HGH creams, pills, powders, and over the counter drugs that claim to increase your height are nothing but scam products. In fact, using these products could land you with serious side effects. 

To make sure that you grow taller, keep your body posture straight while sleeping. The spine must remain straight throughout the night. To do this, simply lay on your back with your legs and arms stretched naturally. Make sure your body is fully relaxed. The main thing that matters the most is that your body should stay straight and not arch towards the left or right while you sleep. This position may be hard to come by naturally, but once you get used to it, you’ll have a much better sleep. This sleeping position is known to add a few extra inches to your height because of how comfortable and relaxing it is for your spine. 

Another important thing to change about your sleeping habit is to never sleep on a pillow. Pillow encourages an incorrect form of sleeping which directly messes with your spine. Throwing away your pillow and sleeping with your head straight on your bed ensures that you never end up having neck or back pain, as well as add inches to your height. 

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