Day 5

Does Sleep Affect Your Height and Growth?

If you’re wondering if sleeping can affect your height, the answer is yes. Keep your immune system strong. Some childhood illnesses can stunt your growth. Most of them can be avoided by the routine immunizations you may have had as a baby, but stay on the safe side by ingesting plenty of Vitamin C (found in citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruits, and lemons) and getting plenty of rest as soon as you notice that you feel sick.

Depending on the quality of your sleep, your positioning as well as other factors we disclose within the program, you can actually be suppressing your height even hindering your growth. Keep your immune system strong by eating whole, fresh foods. Try to avoid processed foods, foods with empty calories or high levels of fat, and hydrogenated foods, such as margarine or shortening.

Sleep is important. On average, we as human beings spend anywhere between 5 to 12 hours asleep every day of our lives.

Our research shows that these “hibernation periods” can be used for your advantage to make you actually taller.

When you use the right methods, before, during and right after you wake up, you can add an additional 3 to 6 inches to your height as quickly as within 90 days. Eat a wide variety of healthy foods. Eating one thing such as açaí berries or salmon for every meal, while not harmful, doesn’t do all that much to keep your immune system at its strongest. Eat a variety of fruits, plenty vegetables, whole grains, protein sources such as milk, cheese, nuts and fish, and other foods rich in antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids for a healthier immune system. Water is the basic solvent for all the products of digestion. It is essential for removing waste from our bodies and 6 to 8 glasses daily is considered healthy.