Best Ways to Increase height


Get Enough Sleep

Get Enough Sleep

The human body is functioning at all times, even in sleep. That’s why it’s not a surprise to know that children grow the most during their sleep. It is scientifically proven that the human body should have a sleep of at least 8 hours.

To achieve noticeable results in your growth start giving your body proper sleep. The sleeping posture plays a very important role in increasing your height. The best position is to lay down on your back without a pillow.

Written by Mildred Hawkins
1 year ago


Hanging yourself with the support of your hands helps stretch your muscles. Usually, people only hang down a bar. But if you want to take it up a notch, try to do a few pull-ups. If you don’t have a pull-up bar, grab a large, strong branch on a tree. Whatever you choose to hang from, make sure it’s sturdy enough to carry your weight.


To increase your height by hanging, follow these extremely simple steps:

·        Find a pull-up bar or some other sturdy object on which you can hang without falling

·        Maintain a straight spine and arms

·        Hold the hanging position for about half a minute

·        Repeat the exercise thrice a day, every day

Written by Jose Griffith
4 years ago

Practice Yoga

Practice Yoga

A great and comparatively less strenuous way to increase height is Yoga. The overall fitness of your body is enhanced by it, giving a boost to the rate at which you grow.

Growth-inducing hormones are released into your body by certain yoga Poses. The posture is improved and muscles are strengthened by stretching and balancing exercises involved in yoga.

Some Yoga poses you should try to boost your growth are:

·       Mountain Pose(Tadasana)

·       Cobra pose(Bhujangaasana)

·       Pleasant Pose(Sukhasana)

·       Triangle pose(Trikonasana)

·       Tree Pose(Virksasana)

Written by Ignacio Wells
7 months ago

Analyze and fix your posture

Poor posture can make you appear shorter. In fact, in the long run slouching or slumping can actually adversely affect your height. Always inspect your posture when you sit, stand, and sleep. If you have questions, speak to your doctor about ways in which you can incorporate ergonomics into your routine.

If you’re lucky, all you’ll need is a memory foam pillow or a standing desk for correcting your posture. If you’re slightly less lucky, you will need exercise to normalize your posture over time. If you are unsure about how to proceed, speak to your doctor to develop a good exercise regime.

Written by Julie Oneill
4 months ago

Proper Nutrition

A Well-Balanced diet plays a very important role in helping your body improve and grow. Calcium helps your bones grow and Vitamin D stimulates muscle and bone growth. Diet rich in nutrients especially calcium and vitamins especially vitamin D does a great deal in increasing your height.

Proper Nutrition

A healthy diet consists of vegetables, fruits, carbohydrates, and proteins. Vegetables, milk, meat, and nuts should always be present at your dinner table at all times.

Maintain a scheduled food intake. Eat 3 times a day with small and healthy snacks in between.

Written by Nicholas English
11 months ago

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