"effectively increase your height" - how much? If, well, at least, by this we mean 10 cm, then no. And besides, this is a complex and speculative problem - what kind of growth was predetermined for you, and what kind of growth you have become as a result. If a person is healthy, and his growth retardation is not a consequence of problems, say, with growth hormone, then changing it is still an unsolvable task (if you do not take orthopedic methods, that is, when bones are "pulled out" with special devices, but this is a separate topic for special cases of short stature).
If your age is under 16-17, then yes. Sleep at night, experience less stress, and exercise. Familiar recommendations? They help increase the production of growth hormone - growth hormone - by the pituitary gland without the use of drugs. If you are over 27 years old, then your growth zones in the bones are already closed and, unfortunately, growth cannot be changed without orthopedic interventions.
Good posture is also important, so a person straightens up and becomes really a little taller.