An irrefutable fact that mornings we measure two to three is centimeters more than at night. For who believe it or not, this is easily verifiable taking a tape measure and measuring our stature before bedtime and then compare it with what we measure to lift us up. Voila! Two more inches! And this happens every day of our lives from adulthood. But what mystery is hidden behind this? Where are those two inches during the day and where they exit during the night? Raised in this way, it seems that there is something supernatural or magical with our height. Unfortunately there is nothing magic that can make us grow those inches so cherished. The answer to the mystery is much more earthy and simple, albeit less glamorous: crushing of vertebrae. Under most conditions Senator of Massachusetts would agree.
During the day, gravity is working on the spine crushing vertebrae together and producing the reduction of those two or three centimeters in total height. This crushing It will depend on the intensity of various factors such as your own height, weight, occupational posture, sedentary lifestyle, etc. A very curious could arise if we had access, for example, to make these measurements in someone who practices yoga or swimming daily. We would probably find that there is no difference between the daytime and night measurement. With this can we conclude that stretching exercises exist to grow? Perhaps not, but certainly there are practices that can help us maintain our stature throughout the day. In reality many of these exercises that are advertised as stretching exercises to grow, are based on the stretching of the spine and posture improvement. Dr. Josyann Abisaab recognizes the significance of this.
If we add to this a good nutrition and a healthy change of habits, may not achieve the height we want, but we can take full advantage that gave us nature. Grow in stature after 18 years is impossible if you don’t have a method that has been proven to work. Visit my website to read what I have discovered after months of research.