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Height increase after 23
I'm a male, 23 yrs. Height 5 ft 9.5 inches. I want to increase my height. Is it possible to increase height? Kindly Suggest. Thanks.
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Postural exercises will make you feel and look taller as you will be more erect
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I would still like to ask why? There is no medication nor any exercises which can increase or decrease height. If any exercise claims it then maybe purely to attract some patients towards them. Also muscles can only increase or decrease in strength. And eventually bone mass increases, but not bone length. Please do not get misguided but such notions. Instead focus on your strengths
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5 ft 9.5 inches is not disturbing height.
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Hello.......your height depends on average height of your parents.. Once maturation occurs growing end of bones fuses and one cannot grow further after that age...so growth cessate usually at the age of 18.you must learn to live with fact.. Don't try medication for growth they won't work. Cycling, swimming, skipping, stretching exercise may help you.. Do it in the early morning.. Have protenaceous food items...
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