Treatment of osteoporosis is a popular topic because this disease affects a large proportion of adults. Osteoporosis can be prevented and treated by natural means. The bone system is subject to constant regeneration, so the only condition for maintaining strong bones for many years is to provide the body with adequate nutrients that will be used by the body as expected. How to strengthen bones and prevent osteoporosis?
For many years, it was thought that the reason for osteoporosis was too little calcium and vitamin D in the food consumed. In order to maintain bone density, doctors recommended senile people to use dietary supplements that contain calcium and vitamin D. However, in recent studies, it turned out that the source of the problem may be incorrect calcium absorption and not the lack of calcium in food. Many studies have confirmed that the use of calcium supplements only slightly improves bone density in the first period of use, and in no way reduces the risk of bone fractures caused by osteoporosis. In addition, calcium supplements, combined with impaired absorption of this mineral, can cause adverse side effects: constipation, kidney stones, and cardiovascular diseases.
The first step in preventing osteoporosis is giving up alcohol and smoking cigarettes. Other elements include regular physical activity, a regular lifestyle and a balanced diet. In the case of advanced osteoporosis, you can use dietary supplements (eg LAMININE, DIGESTIVE, OMEGA+++), which will provide the necessary ingredients to accelerate the regeneration and restoration of the body, and facilitate the absorption and optimal use of all micronutrients and nutrients.
An additional advantage resulting from the treatment of osteoporosis by means of natural remedies is that this method interacts therapeutically on the whole body, and not only on the symptoms of osteoporosis. The use of natural bone strengthening agents and prevention of osteoporosis helps to prevent other serious diseases, such as heart disease and cancer among others.
Regular physical exercises to strengthen muscles are very beneficial in the prevention of osteoporosis and in bone regeneration. Regular physical activity stimulates bone formation and prevents the systematic loss of bone mass that occurs in older people. The most effective forms of physical exercise are: walking, jogging, jumping rope, swimming, dancing. If your osteoporosis is advanced, then do all physical exercise under the supervision of a doctor.
A properly composed diet can 100% meet the body’s needs for all nutrients, including ingredients needed to obtain strong bones: calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamin K, vitamin C, protein and probiotics. Natural food also contains anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agents that counteract inflammation and oxidative stress. It is worthwhile to start learning about a healthy diet, because nature has provided the body with all the mechanisms that help maintain health for many years of life. When applying a healthy diet, you can eliminate many ailments that, according to common opinion, are associated with aging, and in fact are the result of nutritional deficits and unhealthy lifestyle for many years.
The last element of a healthy lifestyle that allows the prevention of many diseases, including the prevention of osteoporosis, is a regular night’s sleep. To meet the body’s needs, most adults need seven to eight hours of sleep during the night.