Tips to Keep Bones Healthy

Adults and children, suffer from painful musculoskeletal conditions such as scoliosis, sciatica, osteoporosis, rickets and poor healing fractures? Not only does this cause a lot of pain for sufferers, but also costs around billion each year in treatment. We know that there are 206 bones in the human body but it is extremely important to keep bone healthy.

Here are a few ways in which you can keep your bone healthy :

  • Healthy Diet – First and foremost step that you need to take is to adopt a healthy diet. Having fatty foods and junk foods would not help in protecting your bones.
  • Physical Activity – The best way to keep your bones healthy is to do physical activity. You should know that physical activity helps the most in keeping your bones healthy.
  • No Alcohol – The most important step that you need to take is to avoid alcohol to keep your bone healthy. It is not safe for your liver and it is also not good for your bones at all.
  • Gender – There is a difference in how the bodies of makes and females work, thus, they are different from one another. When females enter their 40s or 50s, they suffer from menopause which affects their bones. So they need to take extra care of them.
  • Age – Age is an uncontrollable factor. So it is very important that with growing age, you should take care of your bones so that they can support you even in the old age.
  • Family History – If someone in the family might have the bones problem, then the chances are that you might also suffer from the same problem. You can sure it by taking such a measure that should be helpful in keeping your bones healthy.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. So does a bone return to decent condition following a break?

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    1. GS says:

      Depends on a lot of factors. We need to visit a doctor for further examination.

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      1. I asked because I broke my wrist about 4 1/2 years ago and had to have surgery on it. After all of this time, I find that I am highly careful when I do anything for fear that something is going to happen again. I think it’s just in my mind because subconsciously I’m remembering the event itself.

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      2. GS says:

        Ah it would be a good idea to visit a surgeon again and get a bone density scan done, Maybe a CT scan again for see how to bone has healed.

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      3. Sounds good 😊

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