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Does taking children to the trampoline park really encourage children to grow taller?

Update:16 Sep 2019

The current standard of living has improved, and there […]

The current standard of living has improved, and there are more and more children's trampoline parks. Many parents of children will ask who can take children to the trampoline park every day to encourage children to grow taller?
Every night, your child is sleeping at 11 or 2, or eight or nine? Is it true that I heard that going to bed early can grow taller? Take a look at what science says!
1. How much time does the child have to sleep?
Studies have shown that 70% of a child's height depends on the parent's gene, and 30% depends on the day after tomorrow. Among these 30% external factors, sleep has the highest impact on height, exceeding exercise and diet, because growth hormone is secreted during sleep.
2. What time does the child sleep?
The two periods of growth hormone secretion are 21:00-1:00, 5:00-7:00. If you are not asleep or have been awake during these two time periods, then you will Missed it.
3. These two time periods are crucial for the height!
One is from 9:00 am to 1:00 am the next day, especially around 10:00 pm, the secretion of growth hormone reaches the highest, which can reach 5-7 times of the day. In addition, one or two hours before and after 6 o'clock in the morning, growth hormone also has a small peak of secretion.
However, it is not at 9 o'clock in the evening, growth hormone begins to be secreted in large quantities on time, and its secretion must have a premise: it only happens when you are deeply sleepy. If you haven't gone to bed, or have already gone to bed but haven't fallen asleep, or are already asleep but haven't entered deep sleep, then its secretion will be greatly reduced. So the later you sleep, the less secretion of growth hormone, the more unfavorable your child's height. And people usually go into deep sleep after half an hour to an hour after falling asleep.
Therefore, the expert's suggestion is: If you want your child to grow taller, it is best to go to bed before 8:30 in the evening, no later than 9:30 in the evening, and get up again after 7:00 in the morning.