Studies have shown that a person's height, 70% depends on the genetic genes of the parents, 30% depends on human growth hormone (HGH). Growth hormone is produced by the brain’s pituitary gland at the base of the brain, which controls our height, bone length and bone quality.
It's generally accepted that you can't grow taller after puberty, but the American Council on Exercise believes that there are still ways to increase height after age 30.
After puberty, the brain’s pituitary gland slowly reduces the secretion of growth hormone, but it still secretes growth hormone.
Exercise stimulates the secretion of growth hormone, and posture has an immediate on adult height.
According to the American Council on Exercise, a good posture can add a few inches to an adult's height. Stretching the spine through exercise is the most practical way to increase height.
Exercises that increase adult height according to experts include: Pilates, swimming, yoga and other techniques tolengthen and strengthen your spinal muscles.
To gain height after age 30, in addition to training, according to experts, you need to eat a diet rich in protein, calcium, and vitamin D, which aid in the synthesis of growth hormone.
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