i want to increase my height. plz help?
there's any pills available to become more taller ?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
you should eat more vegetable and drink more milk! but it's probably too late now if you're over 25.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
A person's height is determined by how our genes interact with the
environment. If you live in a healthy way, you will achieve your
greatest potential height. The most important things you can do are to
get plenty of sleep, exercise regularly, eat a well-balanced diet, and
avoid alcohol and drugs.
Your body will continue to get taller until the growth plates on your
bones close. People stop growing at different ages. You might stop
growing in your mid teens. Or you might continue growing into your
twenties. How tall you get is mainly determined by how long your long
If you believe you are not as tall as you should be, you might have
have an absence of a growth hormone. Your doctor can run tests to find
out if you lack this hormone. It's quite possible! I've found that
some symptoms of this loss of growth hormone include arthritis and a
severe changing of your facial features.
An article written by Oregon State University researchers states, "For
persons with a documented absence of growth hormone, administration of
this hormone can help them to acheive 'normal' stature, but this is
indicated only for persons clearly way below normal growth curves and
a documented (by lab tests) deficiency. Growth hormone given after
bones have stopped growing (for example at 22) would be more likely to
induce acromegaly. This is a disease seen in persons that secrete too
much growth hormone. The symptoms are significant corsening of facial
features, hyperplasia of joints and severe arthritis."
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If you want to show yourself taller then you can wear highhill footwears.
Wear the vertically lined dresses and short sleeved top.
- Smelly CatLv 51 decade ago
You can't. Plain and simple. ALWAYS stay away from ANY pills that promise to do something.
- ropemancomethLv 51 decade ago
It's all genetic. Sorry. You could try elevator shoes.