Inversion Table For Height

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Does inversion table make you grow more?
    Does regular stretching on an inversion table help you grow at any age?

    • ANSWER:
      Height gain from an inversion table is temporary, Inversion tables can be hard on your brain, due to the pooling of blood. The height "gain" from an inversion table is comparable to the weight "gain" from eating too much salt.

  2. QUESTION:
    Did Inversion Table help to grow tall?
    Did the inversion table really help? How to do the workout correctly and how long should I do? Can I do it half an after eating?

    I'm Malaysian, and I'm 158cm, the shortest in my class among boys.
    My father is 164cm and my mother is 152cm.
    I've done some math about the height of my classmates(boy), and the mean is 167cm while the median is around 165cm.
    I think I've pass my height growing period because my height stop growing when I was like 13 or 14.
    My father said that maybe the nutrient have gone to improve my muscle, I have muscle and six pack since I was 12.

    I started to drink milk and rope jumping everyday since I was 14, but it doesn't help.
    (I stop rope jumping after half year because I found that my height didn't increase but my vertical jump increase horribly.)

    • ANSWER:
      An inversion table will help to stretch the spine, so you might be able to add some height if you use it regularly. I would wait a few hours after eating to use it though.Start off by using it for around 5 minutes and build up to using it for around 15 minutes a day.

  3. QUESTION:
    Can inversion table help to increase height after puberty?
    I am 18 years old and my height is 180.2cm. I want to make my leg and spine grow longer . I am not sure whether inversion table can help to me grow taller.I think it may be too late for me as I do not know whether I can continue to grow. My aim is to reach 185cm

    • ANSWER:
      i still dont know what inversion table is ;)
      but there is no way to grow tall more than an inch after fussion of bones except bone operation(in which they break ones bones of leg or spine gently by operating and then give medicine so that when bone heals its taller than before)with operation you may get 2-3 inches.But if your bones have not fused you can easily reach 185 cm by doing this:
      1-take any estrogen killer tablets,take cod liver oil capsules(because it has vitamin d and rna),take calcium supplements take these for one year with the masterpiece which is "Growth hormone injection("IGH-1" OR "SOMATROPIN").After a year you may be 2-4 inches taller.

  4. QUESTION:
    !!!!!!Inversion table Users !!!!!!?
    Have you noticed any difference in your body using the inversion table and have you noticed a difference in your height?

    • ANSWER:
      it is relaxing as long as it is not used too long at a session
      no, it does not affect height except to the extent muscles are relaxed and posture inproved

  5. QUESTION:
    In theory can't an inversion table make you taller?
    Height gain from an inversion table is temporary, however in theory, if you were to invert on a regular basis could you not maintain at least half an inch to an inch of height? Becuase you dont lose the height all at once, and on top of that if you maintain that until you go to bed you wont lose it becuase you will gain some height when u are sleeping? Anyone agree?

    • ANSWER:
      Inversion tables can be hard on your brain, due to the pooling of blood. The height "gain" from an inversion table is comparable to the weight "gain" from eating too much salt.

inversion table for height

Lower Back Pain Causes In Females

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Lower Abdomen pain cause?
    I posted this question recently but it only got spam answers so I decided to repost -
    Recently today, I had this sharp pain in my stomach and down my right side which was very intense whilst I was working it left me feeling hot and unwell however soon after it went, however this evening I have this sharp pain/ pressure in my lower abdomen which hurts when I walk/move, Urinate or put pressure on the area
    I've googled it but its only talking about women during pregnancy and I know for certain I am not pregnant
    Does anyone know what this is? thank you!

    • ANSWER:
      well no one here can tell you for certain what it is, as there are so many things that cause abdomen pain and we dont have the tools over the internet to run labs or diagnostic test to tell you what it is. So my suggestion is to seek medical attention in order to get a proper diagnosis and treatment. Some suggestions it can be it a Urinary Tract Infection ( yes the pain radiates up to the abdomen, and if gets really bad to your back because it has reached the kidneys) STDs like pelvic inflammatory disease, if its your right lower part of abdomen could be your appendix is inflammed ( needs immediate attdntion if it is, if it burst it could be life threatening) im thinking you female by your username, so.it can also be cyst on the ovaries, if your having diarhea could be something you ate causing your intestines to inflame ( like salmonella ), the list goes on and on. To me it sounds more like a urinary tract infection ( UTI) which you again need to see a doctor so you can get antibiotics before it gets bad and hits your kidneys and blood stream ( people dont realize how bad UTIs can get) . Goodluck and hope u get better

  2. QUESTION:
    pain in my lower stomach.. best answer 5 stars.?
    Im a female, 21. Ive never been pregnant. I no it's not my period. I have had this discomfort and pain for a little over a week. I went to my gyno. They did tests she put me on a antibiotic. The test came back all normal so i didn't continue the meds. They also did a ultrasound of my cervix and stuff to see if there where any cysts there weren't. Also i have a history of cervical cancer. When she touched my cervix i about cried. I don't understand why it hurt so bad and nothing is wrong. Also i have stage one kidney disease. My gyno told me it might be my appendix so i went to my regular dr. She did more blood work and a urine sample. I have to wait until monday to get the results back. She said if it gets worse i need to go to the hospital. I'm not sure what this could be. I don't want to wait till monday. I have waited a while now. Does anyone have any ideas on what this could be? thanks in advance.
    Sorry, but im not taking some random meds. I can't take anything because of my kidneys.

    • ANSWER:
      What causes lower abdominal or pelvic pain?

      All women feel discomfort or pain in the lower abdomen below the navel from time to time, for instance, before or during menstruation.
      In many cases it can be difficult to identify the cause of the pain, but noting certain features will help you and your doctor come to a likely diagnosis.

      The most common causes are a urinary disorder such as a bladder or kidney problem, a bowel problem or a condition involving the reproductive system - the uterus, Fallopian tubes and ovaries.

      Type of pain arising from the urinary system

      Pain from the urinary system can indicate such conditions as cystitis (inflammation of the bladder), inflammation of the collecting system of one or both kidneys (pyelonephritis), kidney stones or uncommonly tumours.

      Typical symptoms of infections are a burning sensation when passing urine and a need to empty the bladder more frequently. In addition, pain travelling from the back and around to the front might suggest a kidney infection or kidney stone.

      The pain associated with kidney stones may be particularly severe. The presence of blood in the urine raises the possibilities of infection, kidney or bladder stones or even a bladder or kidney tumour. Both benign and malignant tumours can first make themselves noticed in this way. The presence of blood in the urine always requires further investigation and should be reported to your doctor.

      The duration of the pain will further help you and your doctor to make the correct diagnosis.

      Type of pain arising from conditions of the intestines

      The bowel can give rise to a wide variety of symptoms including pain.

      Constipation and diarrhoea can be painful in themselves, and the change in bowel habit usually identifies the pain as coming from the bowel. Pain from the bowel is often described as colicky in nature. This means that the pain or discomfort comes in waves with little or no discomfort in between the pain.

      Bloating or swelling of the lower abdomen may be present in many intestinal (bowel) conditions including irritable bowel syndrome.

      The passing of fresh blood or altered blood (black motions) from the back passage should be reported to your doctor as investigation is usually necessary.

      Type of pain arising from conditions of the reproductive organs

      Pain might originate from the uterus (womb), Fallopian tubes or ovaries. It is usually felt in the middle of the lower abdomen, above the line of pubic hair as far up as the navel. Occasionally, the pain is more to one side, which is more typical of a pain coming from an ovary.

      There might be discomfort or even pain during intercourse (called dyspareunia) felt deep within the pelvis.

      Pain originating from the uterus is usually worse at the time of a woman's period (dysmenorrhoea).

      Examples of conditions of the reproductive organs giving rise to pain include endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cysts, fibroids and problems related to the early stages of pregnancy such as miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy.

      In any case of sudden, severe, unexplained abdominal pain your doctor should be contacted.

      Sorry gave you a novel, but these are a few of the possibilities!!!

  3. QUESTION:
    period pain or appendicitis?
    I started my period about 4 months ago and for a couple of days I've had lower right abdominal pain. It hurts when i press it but I haven't had period pain before so I don't know what it feels like. I've also had a mild fever for a couple of days, along with constipation, both symptoms of appendicitis.

    • ANSWER:
      Dear Henry Eveson, Pain in the lower right side of the abdomen can B due 2 several diff conditions, which is why I recommend scheduling an appt. with UR DR.. Right lower quadrant pain (RLQ) pain can B caused by an inflamed appendix also known as appendicitis. Appendicitis usually also causes fever, loss of appetite, nausea,& abdominal pain in that area. Pt. of the colon is in that area.Some patients with Crohn's disease report right lower quadrant pain. This condition is also associated with diarrhea & sometimes weight loss.Other possible causes 4 female.U have an ovary there.Ovarian cysts can cause pain in that area that can last 4 days.schedule DR apt. H/she will ask U a series of Q's]s about UR pain that will help narrow down the possible causes. After that,U will get an abdominal exam which might help the DR. tell whether or not it is something potentially serious. If it's potentially serious, then U might need to have a CT scan of the abdomen to look for the cause. Alternatively,U might need 2 have a pelvic ultrasound 2 look for an ovarian cause of the symptoms. Appendicitis is the inflammation of the appendix, caused when that area of the intestines is blocked. A person diagnosed with appendicitis will require an appendectomy, or a surgery to remove the appendix. Appendicitis is considered a medical emergency, so it's imp. 2 know how 2 recognize the signs & get help. Pain associated with appendicitis generally starts around the navel & moves 2 the lower-right abdomen, just above your hip bone.Press on UR abdomen. If it's 2 painful 4U 2 even touch, especially in the lower right portion, consider calling UR DR.any firmness.When U press on UR stomach, is UR finger able 2 sink in2 the organ a bit? Or does UR abdomen feel unusually firm & hard? If U notice the latter, U might B bloated, which is another symptom of appendicitis.stand up straight & walk. If U can't do this without severe pain, U might have appendicitis. Additionally, U might find that you can ease the pain by lying on UR side & curling into the fetal position.Watch for a "path" of pain. The sharp pain might move from UR navel 2 the area directly over UR appendix called McBurney's Point 12 to 24 hrs. after U start experiencing symptoms. If you've noticed a distinct progression like this, see a DR.other symptoms of appendicitis. Not every1 experiences all of these symptoms. But if U find URself with several of them, it's time 2go 2 the hospital. If UR temp. is at or over 103°F (40°C), go 2 a hospital immediately. If it's at 102°F (38°C) but UR experiencing several other symptoms, go 2 the hospital a sap. chills, If UR constipation is paired with frequent vomiting, this strongly indicates appendicitis. Diarrhea. Nausea Vomiting Shaking Back painTenesmus the feeling that a bowel movement will relieve discomfort. If UR still not sure U have appendicitis, try "watchful waiting" 4 a few hrs. while U keep an eye on UR symptoms. Unless you have a high fever in that case, U should B on UR way 2 a hospital right now. While UR waiting, here's what 2 avoid: Don't take laxatives or pain medication. Laxatives might irritate UR intestines further, & pain meds can make it harder 4U2 monitor any spikes in abdominal pain.Don't take antacids.They can worsen pain associated with appendicitis.Don't eat foods that might irritate UR stomach.Stick 2 the same diet you'd eat while recovering from the flu, Bananas, Rice, Applesauce,toast If U feel reasonably certain U have appendicitis, Go 2 hospital, as a p. Appendicitis is potentially life-threatening if the appendix bursts without treatment. When U go to ER, explain UR symptoms 2 the triage nurse & tell he/she that U suspect appendicitis. You'll then be ranked on a list of patients who need care according to the immediacy of their injuries.That means if some1 comes in2 the ER with a head injury,U might have 2 wait a little bit.in the hospital, UR a lot safer than UR home even if UR appendix bursts in the waiting room, they'll be able 2 get you in2 surgery quickly.Try 2B patient & take UR mind off the pain.your symptoms. tell them any digestive abnormalities such as constipation or vomiting,& try to tell the DR when U 1st noticed the pain.doctor will press on UR lower abdomen, hard. H/she is checking UR peritonitis, or the infection that results from a burst appendix. If U do have peritonitis UR abdominal muscles will spasm when pressed. DR might also perform a quick rectal exam.abdominal CT scan or ultrasound 2 confirm appendicitis B4 surgery. Appendectomies R minimally invasive, &U should B able 2 return to normal life with few 2 no complications.Don't ever delay getting medical attention if U suspect appendicitis. A ruptured appendix can B fatal. If you go to the emergency room & sent home without treatment

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