You must be wondering I m kidding. People believe that if I have missed the bus during my GROWING years I m done. So all I m going to do is sit back and sulk. But there are others who believe they can still grow. Regardless of their age, and feeling dissatisfied with their height, people want to add a few inches to become taller. Not only adolescents, but even those in the age group of 30 or above want to grow taller at any age. This is primarily due to the fact that growth problems can create inferiority complex in our life, which can affect us mentally as well as psychologically. It can even create hurdles in our professional life.
So what if I told you Growing Taller at any age is absolutely possible. We need to bear in mind that height of an individual depends upon a number of genetic factors including nutrition, environmental factors and heredity. The most common reasons for the lack of growth in our bodies are due to limited quantities and un-balanced levels of growth hormones in our body. No doubt, individuals' height stops growing after a certain age. However, with proper diet, height-enhancing exercises and intake of certain genuine growth promoting products can help us grow taller at any age.
So explore with me how you can grow taller at any age.
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