Yes,You do grow when you are awake.
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doesn't mean anything that don't
It doesn make a difference if you are awake or not.
All children grow continually, asleep or awake.
Not really, though people grow faster when sleeping than awake.
yes, when you are sleeping your body grows, this is what i have heard i am not a doctor, but i don't' see how someone can grow when they are awake and moving. i hope this was helpful.
Hair actually grows slower while you are asleep then when you are awake because your heart rate slows and most of your body almost goes into a shut down mode so the more your awake the faster your hair is going to grow
Yes, because you grow your most when you are asleep. And when you drink coffe it keeps you awake.
I am a Doctor and all it is, is that it hurts when you grow cause your body is pulling so god made you grow only in your sleep so that it doesn't hurt when your awake and trying to enjoy your day. :)
Your hair mostly grows faster by you sleeping. By sleeping your body sleeps as well, which your hair can then grow. Your hair cannot grow when your awake, but your body mostly grows when your asleep. So that's all I can give you.
No, the word 'awake' is a verb (awake, awakes, awaking, awoke or awoken) and an adjective (awake, more awake, most awake). The adjective 'awake' is most often functions as a predicate adjective following a linking verb.Examples:I often awake on a day off at the time the alarm rings on a workday. (verb)They were awake and ready when I arrived. (adjective)
I was awake at midnight The baby was awake playing in her crib. I feel more awake when I drink coffee.
No. Awake is an adjective. A related adverb is wakefully.