Sleep 10 hours a day, and drink lots of milk, at least 2 glasses.
Try this in order to grow taller
Now keep in mind that HGH, human growth hormone is what makes us grow.
It can be produced by the body in 3 ways.
They are sleep, food, and exercise.
(Astronauts usually grow 2 inches during an expeditions of 12 weeks or more.)
Sleep you will need at least 8.5-9 hours of sleep, also the way you sleep is important. If sleeping facing the ceiling, you will need a firm mattress and don’t use a pillow (using a pillow will actually make you lose inches, it’s similar to walking around with a hunched back). Also if you sleep sideways use a pillow to keep the neck straight. The more you sleep the better.
The way you eat is important if you don’t want to grow with a mideget height. Drink lots of milk, at least 2 glasses a day. Milk has calcium for the bones and also protein. (Protein is consumed by Europeans, it’s the reason they are usually taller than people in lesser developed nations, which consume more white rice or pasta, both are not good for growing). The protein may come from milk, salmon, cheese, cod, tuna, eggs.
You will need to consume vitamins such as A,C,D, amino acids.
Also eating 6-7 meals a day, boosts the production of HGH.
Eat complex carbs, which are the good ones, such as wheat bread, whole grains, brown rice, vegetables, fruits.
Stay away from sugar, pastries, fried foods, junk foods, sodas ( even diet soda), juices (most of
the bottled juices are high in sugar) alcohol, smoking, caffeine, drugs.
Sprints (produce HGH), kicking (tae kwon do will lengthen the legs as sprints and jumping).
Hanging from a pull-up bar, The way it’s done you hang from the bar, for as long as you can and
repeat it 10 times everyday. Yoga stretches such as, cat stretch, the cobra, touch you toes.
normally done 5 repetitions 30-60 seconds each. High seated cycling (which can be done with a
stationary bike), swimming, basketball, volleyball, jump rope.
The stretches are done right after waking up, right before going to bed, and sometime in the
The stretches will decompress the spine and produce HGH, we normally wake up taller than when we
go to sleep, also the cartilage between the vertebrae will become thicker, and makes us grow 1-3
inches. This needs to be done for at least 3 months.
And also keep a good posture when standing and sitting.
Do all of this to take advantage of your youth, and grow more and even gain better health and also stop coughing without medicine sometimes, the stretches and hanging will help
you grow even after puberty, but take advantage of this exercises now. Don’t hurt yourself, though
do what you can do, and feels ok. If you need talk to a Dr.
Essential Oils are full of healing properties and that is the reason they have been used for well over the past 2,000 years.
Aromatherapy, in one form or another, has been used by the ancient Egyptions, Greeks, even the Romans for the purposes of beauty, healing and other reasons.
The healing that comes from the numerous essential oils are varied and as numerous as the oils.
What are you looking to heal or treat?
Is it dry skin? Some great essential oils are Lavendar, Rose and Sandlewood …
Is it to reduce stress? Try Jasmine, Sage, Chamomile, Ylang Ylang, and many others ….
For anything you want to heal or treat, there is an essential oil with the ability to help you.
Treating skin care complaints such as dermatitis, acne, eczema, psoriasis, cellulite, varicose veins and stretch marks, to name but a few.
Aromatherapy can also provide benefits to emotional problems such as: depression, hysteria, lack of concentration, irritability, panic attacks, Insomnia and moodiness, amongst others.
A powerful herb that is used in the treatment or healing of the skin is Helichrysum oil.
Helichrysum oil helps to reduce scar tissue by repairing scar tissue at the cellular level. It has been used for thousands of years and is regarded as the most effective treatment for repairing skin. Skin that has been damaged needs to have the elasticity improved thereby reducing the appearance of the scar. There have been amazing studies showing that Helichrysum not only reduces scar tissue but also actually restores skin’s elasticity.
Helichrysum has been effective in treating and healing scars from surgeries, stretch marks from pregnancy, and will help heal scars that are many years old. You can make your own scar treatment by using carrier oil and adding Helichrysum to it. Try using one ounce of carrier oil, such as Sweet Almond, Rose Hip, Jojoba, or Macadamia and add 10-20 drops of Helichrysum to it. Use this directly to apply to the scarred area.
Your treatment using Helichrysum may take time, but it will work. For old scars, use your oil up to 2 times a day and for at least 3-6 months. It is best to use your Aromatherapy scar treatment as soon as the scar forms, but it will work on old scars.
You can also use this oil for a full body massage, and it will be wonderfully rejuvenating for the skin. It’s ability to tone loose skin is phenomenal and anyone who has undergone a major weight loss will appreciate using Helichrysum.
This treatment is also effective in treating emotional scars as well. Using Helichrysum candles and adding the oil to your diffuser will create a wonderful healing environment that will provide you with the tools you need to dig in deep and perform deep spiritual cleansing. Helichrysum heals and rejuvenates and as you pray, meditate, and work on your inner healing, keep this scent around you.
It seems the uproar over Rush Limbaugh’s tasteless, and meaningless, remarks regarding Sandra Fluke is not going to die down anytime soon.
A few days after Limbaugh called Fluke a slut (for being a political activist not because she actually is or isn’t a slut), a friend of mine posted on Facebook; calling her a slut, whore, and a whole slew of words that made me want to jump through the computer and strangle him.
I told him that if my child called any women, a slut or not, any of those words, there would be hell to pay.
How is that accepted in our society? Sadly, it is. It is quite common. In a perfect world, we would use “big boy” words and get to the real problem at hand, rather than degrading ourselves and showing a lack of intelligence by name calling and labeling. In that kind of world, the Limbaughs and the LZ Gundersons would simply be overlooked.
(Wait, why is she attacking LZ Gunderson? See my article in Alive as I talk about how no piece of clothing gives someone the right to treat a girl like a tramp.)
But we don’t live in that kind of world. We live in a world where men sleep with women for a one-night stand, then tell their friends what a slut she is; even though they participated in the same act. The answer is: Women, don’t sleep with douche bags and have one-night stands.
But Gloria Allred is going to have her hands full if she wants to attack all these pathetic comments and the men or women who utter them. The Huffington Post reports that Allred wants to use an obscure law to prosecute Limbaugh for his comments about Fluke.
First of all, we have a real problem with our laws if they are “obscure” – i.e. unnecessary and only being used out of emotional decision-making and not because it really should be the law. But I don’t understand why Allred would want to give Limbaugh so much time and attention. He isn’t worth it.
Really, the only person who should be offended and embarrassed by Limbaugh’s words are his wife and daughters (if he has any). The rest of us women should shrug it off. It’s not my problem if Limbaugh cannot have an intelligent conversation on his own radio show that I don’t bother to listen to.
President Obama initially threatened to veto the National Defense Authorization Act that provides military funding for the year due to language that states Americans can be held without trial and without representation until the “end of hostilities.” (See facts the bill here and why this will go down in history as America proving it does not uphold the Constitution)
Obama signed the bill, then released a statement stating that although he has the authority to detain American citizens, does not mean that he will.
“The fact that I support this bill as a whole does not mean I agree with everything in it. In particular, I have signed this bill despite having serious reservations with certain provisions that regulate the detention, interrogation, and prosecution of suspected terrorists,” he said in a statement released by the White House.
Despite saying that he does not agree with the bill, it is now law.
However, Obama than says: “I have concluded that section 1022 provides the minimally acceptable amount of flexibility to protect national security. Specifically, I have signed this bill on the understanding that section 1022 provides the executive branch with broad authority to determine how best to implement it, and with the full and unencumbered ability to waive any military custody requirement, including the option of waiving appropriate categories of cases when doing so is in the national security interests of the United States.”
For more, read this article written by Aaron Dykes on Infowars.com: Obama’s Signing Statement on NDAA: I have the power to detain Americans… but I won’t
Three bills across the country, one here in Utah, have me scratching my head wondering how politicians don’t see what they are doing to themselves. Recent bills, by Republicans, are not getting them any support from female voters.
Even worse, they are not addressing the real problem, only the symptom.
# 1. Requiring vaginal ultrasounds before abortion
A woman or girl who is a victim of rape or incest is not going to change her mind about abortion if you stick something in her vagina first. She is going to feel further violated, emotionally distressed and will have a complete breakdown. You cannot torment rape victims further by placing her into a situation that is most likely already giving her PTSD.
Abortion, which I have already referred to in previous posts as murder, is the problem. Lets attack the problem. If you don’t believe in killing babies, lets fight to turn around a court decision that never should have been in the first place.
Sexually victimizing a woman is not the answer. Wasn’t there an outcry when Egyptian soldiers performed “virginity tests” on women? The argument for these tests was just as ridiculous as the vaginal ultrasound.
#2. Abstinence-only sex education in Utah
Either teach sex education or don’t, but don’t pretend it’s not happening.
That’s what the Utah Legislature is currently doing by passing an abstinence-only bill this year. It’s not that I necessarily feel like the schools should be teaching my children about sex, but don’t treat these teens like naïve children who don’t know what it is.
Let them know what the consequences are instead. That will go a lot further than pretending we don’t have a problem with STDs and teen pregnancy.
#3. Wisconsin’s bill alleging being a single parent equals child abuse
I admit, it would be wonderful if children were raised in two-parent households. I admit, children have a better chance in life when dad is involved. But telling a single mom who finally had the courage to escape an abusive husband and rescued her children that because she did so she is now a child abuser? That will get Republicans votes now won’t it?
I know many single mothers who do a fantastic job raising their children, and their children are wonderful and productive members of society. My mother was a single mom, I’m a single mom. My brother is terminally ill. Will that make his wife a child abuser?
I think not.
I’ve encountered a lot of judgment over being a single parent. When couples are married, we encourage them to have a date night once a week. When men are single parents, we encourage them to get out there and find a nice girl. When a single woman goes out, even rarely, she’s called a whore and a bad mom.
Yet these are some of the hardest working women I know – women who juggle between making enough money to support their kids, and spending time with their children, and finding a moment of peace because they feel overwhelmed.
Let’s not burden them further by labeling them as something they are not. Lets address the problem. Children need role models, a safe place to go after school and help with their homework. Wisconsin could take that money they plan to use to call single parents abusers, and put it into programs that might actually do some good, aka Big Brothers Big Sisters.
There’s my two cents, as a female Republican who is disgusted by the indecent message bills I’ve seen as of late.