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#1 islam_mydeen

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Posted 10 April 2012 - 10:08 PM

Assalamu'Alaykum lads and ladies =)

wow this place is like dead... meh, i'll give you guys something to talk about...

has anyone here ever shrunk? lol. i thought only old peoples shrunk but is 16 considered old? and how do i not shrink, like what do i gots to eat and stuff? dont mind staying at this height but dont wanna shrink... lol.

i find it quite funny tho. just saying.

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 10:19 AM

young people can shrink, a guy from my seocndary school did in college at 16, its spinal disorder, it shrinnks resulting in you getting shorter, its not common in young people but can happend, do chin ups it will fix it, you know chin ups the exercise, the other is gaining fat sideways, in the of your body can shrink you aswell losing them can make you go back to the same height

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 12:14 PM

Hmmm. I doubt its a spinal disorder - stuff like that could be detected from before. And its not only shrinking in height. Like my shoe size went down, the hole I used to use for my watch is too loose now. So I literally shrunk lol. Not just height. Hmmm is it possible for bone mass to decrease? Like my whole life I haven't done work. But 6 months ago I had to start studying or otherwise I'm going to fail lol. So exercise dropped, so I reduced how much I ate and in 6 months I shrunk and lost like 10kgs. And im guessing that's way unhealthy.

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 08:02 PM

Very likely to do with your bad eating habits coupled with bad posture! We tend to bend forward a lot in our studies which takes away a few centimeters and even inches in extreme cases. Make sure you sit up straight as you do your work and i don't need to be telling you this, but eat well! Your body has a haqq over you and it will testify against you if this haqq is not given to it.

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 08:50 PM

Have you been feeling any pain in your bones?
You may want to consult your doctor to check if it's serious.

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 09:11 PM

My eating habits are not that bad. Well I don't think they are except that I probably have half the amount of calcium everyday than I should ... tehhehe.. as for leaning forward when studying. I can sit in any position but straight. I've been yelled at by teachers and my parents to sit properly but I sit straight for a minute and then a lot of the time I put like my left side of my face on the book and write. Lol. Simply because the thought of studying drains the energy out of me. I've fallen asleep like that in class, in exams and while doing homework lol. But as soon as I get up I go hyper - lack of energy when I'm studying isn't cos of food btw. Lol its cos I don't wanna do it.

And no I don't gots no pain in my bones or anything.

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 12:48 PM

spinal disorder relating to height doesn cause any pain or anything it just shrinks, what happends is it just shrinks or the shape changes

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 01:49 PM

Yeah but i dont think a spinal disorder would make my feet or wrists shrink too. Hmmm. Went doc- she said its probably because of lack of calcium, vitamin d and exercise. But not sure so she said to go specialist.

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 01:49 PM

Yeah but i dont think a spinal disorder would make my feet or wrists shrink too. Hmmm. Went doc- she said its probably because of lack of calcium, vitamin d and exercise. But not sure so she said to go specialist.

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 02:24 PM

oh! dont worry inshaAllah things will be really fine sure :) ...

the best thing u can do for it is ... inshaAllah ! do u know after fajr there are sun raise coming the cold raise ... go and stand in it inshaAllah :)

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 06:49 PM

In the meantime, start taking Vitamin D supplements with milk. Try the 2% milk because the lower fat milks don't help dissolve Vitamin D as well. If your D levels go low enough, your bones will start to ache. Take them before you start! =D.

Not sure how Aussie healthcare works, but you should have taken a blood test to check D levels, right? Then, you get to go a rheumatologist

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 09:43 PM

Haha I still drink full cream milk. It tastes better =) well nearly literally everyone I know has had a blood test. Even my younger sisters. But I've never had one - cos Alhamdulillah so far I haven't had the need for one. But I don't want people sticking needles in me and pulling out blood!

But still, considering how much time I spend out doors, my vit D shouldn't be that low anyway. I reckon its more from the bad posture because I have an inability to sit still so when I'm sitting, I literally sit in any position possible (sometimes falling off the chair or something lol) other than sitting straight. But not sure about foot and wrist haha. Maybe its both bad posture and vit D deficiency.

But yeah the specialist is on holiday and I used to take vit D supplements anyway from before..



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