When I was a boy, I was diagnosed with growing pains. It's funny how that label ended the search for a cure. I had growing pains. They would pass in time. See you later.
Indeed the sharp pain did fade away, but that is what neurologists call habituation. It isn't the end of the problem; just the end of our awareness of it: the body gets tired of telling us, and it just curls up and gets sick.
But in fact, the condition which Western Medicine calls growing pains is just another symptom of poor posture. In adolescence, the body grows fast, and most teens are no longer thinking about their posture and balance, as they did when they were babies. They no longer study their stance. And, since the muscles and bones are changing so much, their posture goes in the toilet. They do with muscular tension what was once based on delicate balance, and pain is the result.
If nothing is done at adolescence, the muscles will freeze into one of a thousand improper patterns. Uncountable variety in poor posture and sub-optimal health will ensue. Unhappiness too. The poor child that may be you - will spend a lifetime looking for what's wrong, not knowing: it was in their feet, all along!
FOR A FREE AND simple treatment for growng pains