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Sleeping during the nighttime helps you grow taller; does daytime naps do the same thing?

I actually find myself sleeping quite a bit during the daytime. Maybe around 4-5 hours when I’m tired. So far I’ve only heard that nighttime sleeping helps you grow taller. Is it the same for sleeping during the daytime? ANSWER: It appears to be the depth of sleep that counts… “Most HGH is secreted during deep slow-wave sleep, when brain […]

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What kind of food can you eat to grow taller?

to grow taller you need to eat foods that are rich in calcium like          Yogurt, plain Yogurt, fruit Milk, low fat or nonfat Milk, whole Cheese, including American, ricotta, cheddar cheese and mozzarella cheese Milk shakes Eggnog Salmon Tofu Rhubarb Sardines Collard greens Spinach Turnip greens Okra White beans Baked beans Broccoli Peas Brussel sprouts Sesame […]

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How can i grow taller before my growth stops?

I am 14 years old and gonna be 15 in 4 months. I’m only 158cm tall which is really small, I’m one of the smallest girl in my class. Is there any tips that I can grow taller before my growth stops?? I really need help. i want to grow taller. ————————————————————————————————– ANSWER FROM S.G.H.E. Two things we can do […]

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Reflex Point Massage To Grow Taller

The pituitary gland in the endocrine system is the gland which is primarily responsible for secreting growth hormone. This gland is located at the forward base of your brain. It is widely held that you can spur growth by stimulating reflex points in the body that have a special nerve connection to the pituitary gland. Thumb Reflex Point The main reflex […]

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Posture

Good posture provides many physical and psychological benefits. It is an important component for back health and height increase. Good posture helps maximise your height not just because of the obvious reason that you are sitting and standing tall rather than slouching and slumping, but for other structural and physiological reasons as well. The pelvis acts as a lever and […]

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