Increasing height can be advantageous for multiple reasons. It not only boost up your confidence level and restrict you from wearing high heels but also help you to reach at the top of the cupboard easily without the help of any shaky stool.
Studies have proved that people usually stops growing when they reach their mid-twenties but if your growth rates haven’t stopped yet.
You can prepare your body and mind to increase your height by following the below-mentioned tips:
Eat balanced diet
Eating a healthy balanced diet is equally important as the proper amount of vitamins, proteins, and minerals from your meals help to increase your height. Try to eat home-cooked meals and avoid junk foods and carbonated beverages as these can resist you from becoming taller. Other than adequate amounts of carbohydrates, add more amounts of Vitamin D, Calcium, and Zinc to your daily diet for absolute growth. Even protein supplements also work well, especially after a workout session.
Adequate amount of sleep
Sleep is an essential factor for proper growth process. Studies have shown that 8-11 hours of proper sleep is necessary for a healthy teen. This is because, during sleep, the human brain completely rests and releases human growth hormones which induce you’re the increment of your height and the body also regenerates its lost and damaged tissue. Try to create a good sleeping environment by avoiding noise, strong lights, drinking coffee, etc. rather you can opt for a warm water bath or chamomile tea in order to improve your sleep quality.
Drink sufficient amount of water
Water can do a miracle. For a proper growth potential, you need to keep your body hydrated by drinking at least 2-3 liters of water daily. Water has a direct impact on increasing height by improving body metabolism and flushing out toxins. You can also keep your body hydrated by consuming lots of fresh fruits like cucumber, lemons, or watermelons.
If you really want to increase your height then exercise including stretching, swimming, cardio workouts, various sports, and hanging or skipping exercises can help you a lot. Children and teens are especially recommended to be always physically active in order to promote growth. It has been seen that while doing exercises, your body releases more growth hormone while ultimately make your bone taller and thus increases your height. Stretching exercise really works to increase your height as more your do this exercise, the more your muscle stretches and more intensely your body secret growth hormone to make you taller.
Practice the habit of maintaining good posture
For long hours of sitting in bad posture can bend your spinal cord and thus suppresses your height. So always try to maintain a habit of good posture by aligning your head, neck, and spine in one straight line. This habit can surely help you to add a few inches to your height frame by making you taller.
Eat dairy products
If you talk about dairy products, especially about milk, it has lots of advantages. Milk contains a large amount of calcium in it which is pretty good supplement for growing stronger bone, consequently will lead to longer bones. It also contains traces of Vitamin A and protein, hence leading to overall growth of your body. So, if you are avoiding drinking milk all your life, it may be one of the reasons why your height is not increasing at considerable rates. So, make sure you drink at least 2 to 3 glass of milk everyday.
Do yoga everyday
It is said that if you want to increase your height, you will need to stretch and one of the best way to do stretching is by doing yoga. As we all know that yoga has lots of benefits in each and every aspects of our life. Similarly, it creates a huge impact on your height. If you can practice asana like Surya Namaskar, Hastapadasana, Tadasana and few similar others, you sure will get a lot of benefits out of it. This is probably the best thing you can do to increase your height.
Avoid taking medical aid
There are lots of people who are getting really frustrated with their short height and in order to improve their heights, such people take medication or different growth inhibitors or even steroids. This is the last thing you would want to do. If you really want to increase your height then please avoid such sorts of products. It does not help at all in increasing your height but in turn has huge negative impact on your health.
According to the researchers across the world, it is said that those people or children who are under impact of nicotine either directly or through passive means tends to have shorter heights than those who are not under such impact. Basically a smoker will have shorter height than a non smoker. Even passive smoking can have negative effects on your health. However, smoking is not at all good for health. Either you are short height person or a tall one you should avoid smoking.
If you love to eat chocolate too much or drinks coffee too often then you will probably never grow taller. You may wonder how caffeine intake can affect your growth. Well, according to some of the researchers, intake of caffeine can results in insomnia which consequently affects your sleep. However, a good night sleep is the first thing you need to take in order to increase your height. So, although caffeine directly does not affect your height but it sure does in an indirect way.
Eat less but much often
What most people do these days is that they take only 3 meals a day. Some people restrict it to 2 meals. The most common explanation they give is busy schedules and all that similar stuffs. But if you are in your late teens or early twenties then it is the time when you should eat more. Take 5 to 6 meals a day and make every meal a small one. You don’t have to eat too much on every meal. This will help to regulate a perfect metabolism in your body and help to increase your height.
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