How to straighten your back and lengthen your height?

The back is a very important organ in humans and you should always take care of it and do exercises to strengthen it. In this article, we will present an exercise that will greatly help to straighten your back and will also cause your height to increase by more than a centimeter or even few centimeters.

This exercise is mainly intended for older people who as we know, start with the visible form of back curvature and even feel that the height is shortened. When we say adult, we mean people over the age of 60. It is not an absolute age but an average age at which the back begins to curve gradually.

The exercise is also intended for young people who have a slightly curved back and who can improve its straightness with the help of the exercise. Also, it can be done by anyone even if they don't have problems with back curvature.

This exercise has been tried by us, as well as by others and has resulted in surprising and visible results. It also helps a person to be more aware of the position in which the back is during physical work or office work.

The exercise should be done at least three times a week, but it is better if you do it every day.

The exercise:
Lie on your abdomen with your arms close to your body and facing your legs. Insteps and toes are drawn and touch the floor. In this position, raise the legs plus the head with the shoulders up for a second and then lower them both back to the floor (as the images above show). This exercise should be done from 10 to 30 times according to each person's ability. After you have done this, you continue to lie on abdomen and rest for half a minute, then do this exercise a second time and then a third time. The exercise should be done gently without putting too much pressure on the back.

You will see the results in the first week. If you do this exercise regularly, you will really feel that your height has increased, and it will also refresh your body.

Please note - this article is a practical information and not a substitute for medical advice.