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Is Working Out Bad For Your Growth
No need: No need to wear both. Neither will change how your breast develop. No stunting of breast growth with underwire bra. ...Read more
Is eating at night bad for me? I heard from somewhere thats said it slows down your growth at night.
Not bad: No, it's not bad for you and won't stunt your growth. If anything, it could make you gain weight. ...Read more
Does starting working out at gym as a 14 years old onwards, reduces or stops the process of height growth?
No: To my knowledge there is no evidence in the medical literature showing that teens who work out will have stunted growth. Having said that, it would be reasonable to avoid really heavy weight lifting, and instead focus on functional weight training as well as cardio workouts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does working out at the gym 3to5 times a week effect growth ? I am 16 (1/2) 174cm what is my estimated height?
Yes, u get stronger: Sorry, i couldn't resist. I assume you're wondering about your height, in which case, exercising will not affect your potential height. If you are 174cm tall, then your estimated height is 174cm. Ok, no more jokes. Your potential height depends upon your parents' heights. Check out http://children.Webmd.Com/healthtool-kids-height-predictor & http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/child-growth/an01610. ...Read more
It is good : The fact is a good night's sleep is essential for health. Sleeping in the right position at night for 7-8 hours without any interruptions is what doctors recommend. Following good sleep hygiene will help you to achieve 7-8 hours of healthy sleep. Hope it helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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