Can You Grow Taller After Puberty?
Often the question “can I grow taller after puberty?” is asked, it is more often that the question isn’t asked at all, as many believe they already know the answer, due to the general misunderstanding that you can’t grow after puberty. This is totally wrong as I will explain why.
Firstly, the body may naturally continue to grow well beyond the growth spurt phase experienced in nearly all cases during adolescence, at times continuing well into a person’s 20’s. This can occur without any process being undertaken by the person in question. In most cases though, growth will stop a few years after puberty
Even after a person’s natural growth stage has ended, there are further processes which might trigger growth, and many people may be growing taller without even necessarily meaning to.
To understand why growth is possible after puberty, it’s necessary to understand the process behind growth, and how those natural processes can be targeted to induce growth in later years.
Through a certain exercises (NOT PULL UPS) that aim to rectify and straighten your spine as well as strengthening your back muscles,you can be surprised that this will make you 1-2 inches taller.
Do you know that space astronauts when they go to space they come back 1-4 inches taller. mmm
Why? Because up in space they are free from gravity which decompresses their spines leading to greater space between each vertebrae and the next which of course give them extra height.
That is why you are slightly taller in the morning after you wake up.
Luckily through exercises you can decompress your spine here on earth. lol
What I said above works for everyone whether above 21, after puberty because they don’t cause actual growth in bones, rather increase in height.
These are just some of the ways so as to height can be increased, even many years after you figured your height had stopped growing.