Human beings height is determined by a number of connected causes. If your parents are
small folks, you are likely to be of a similar size by the time you hit your late teenage years.
Sometimes a taller grandparent might give you some chance to outgrow Mum and Dad.
Your genes decide the maximum height you can potentially be.
Some other reasons can prevent you from reaching average height. Growing to be as tall as
you can is mostly a matter of avoiding things that will hinder proper
development. This means that you need to eat a proper balanced diet that
includes calcium-rich foods as well as protein to provide material for both
bones and muscles. There really is no one miracle food that you need to be tall,
it's a matter of balanced nutrition. Reasonable amounts of exercise should also
help, but care needs to be taken to avoid high-impact activities that can injure
bones and joints in the critical growth period. Swimming and running are good.
Extreme weightlifting less so.
Hormones are make up chemicals produced by various internal organ parts in the body.
Their production can be affected by other chemicals, and so it would only make sense that the
less foreign chemicals make it into your system the better your chances to be
taller would be. Teenagers generally stop growing by their early 20's. Any significant
height changes after that age are rare and even unlikely.
Shorter people are very insecure about their height and it can be a source of frustration to
see other grow taller, especially within the same family. Many companies out there trying to take
advantage of that by selling cures or special exercises, and shoe lifts were used by models in the 70's.
Medicines for growth like HGH hormone tablets can be dangerous.
Human hormonal balance is a delicate thing, easy to upset
and tough to fix. Hormone imbalances can cause men to grow in embarrasing places
and womans stumachs to swell out of control!.
Use of growth hormones has been linked to cancer.
If you are a teenager and have a concern about your growth, see your doctor.
They can run tests and see if your glands are working properly. If there is a
problem, it is best to catch it early to have the best chance of fixing it. The
tests involve checking hormone levels.
Older people in adult years are probably stuck being
the height you are. There are extremely difficult and painful surgical method
of adding length to your limbs that involves breaking bones and gradually
stretching them with special splints. This can take months and cost $1000's.
We have looked at many of the companies around trying to make you taller, it's hard
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Your best bet is to change your outlook. Don't be too down about your size, after all there
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