Hormones and Osteoporosis: How Hormones Affect Your Bones

The Osteoporosis Wheel

Hormones and Osteoporosis Only Part of the Connection Osteoporosis is hardly ever caused by just one thing. This is true for many diseases. There are usually many factors that contribute to the condition of high bone porosity known as osteoporosis, and one of these factors is hormones. That is why hormones and osteoporosis are most commonly linked … [Read more...]

Are Osteoporosis Drugs Safe?

Are Osteoporosis Durgs Safe

The multiple answers of a complicated question: "are osteoporosis drugs safe?" David Brownstein, MD, an advocate of dietary, supplements, and exercise solutions to many disease states. He has now weighed in on osteoporosis drugs. Dr. Brownstein states that these drugs are widely used to stimulate bone mass growth, and accomplish their objective. At least seemingly so … [Read more...]

Joint and Bone Health

Chiropractic

Why joint and bone health are affiliated, and how chiropractic treatment can help with osteoporosis.   A doctor of chiropractic (DC) uses his/her education and knowledge to manipulate the musculoskeletal system, for proper alignment of bones. At times when joint and bone do not align properly, neuromuscular dysfunction can take place. This is mostly because a … [Read more...]

Preventing a Fall Can Prevent a Fracture

Bone fracture rates are on the rise in the United Kingdom, and care is unable to keep up with the trend The Department of Health in the United Kingdom is calling for action to be taken to decrease falls that result in fracture to prevent huge increases in cost to National Health Services. a report from Age UK and the National Osteoporosis Society states that health … [Read more...]

Women and Exercise for Bone Density Generation

Exercise can often be the best way to treat many adverse physical conditions, however for bone health, finding the right exercise may be difficult   Often, women engage in resistance training to improve their health, but almost as often are limited by the safety and non-practicality of conventional resistance training. Conventional resistance training is effective … [Read more...]

Gluten-free Diet and Osteoporosis

How does a diet void of wheat and wheat based products effect bone mass density?   Celiac disease is categorized as an allergic reaction to wheat and wheat based products (gluten) causing fatigue, and poor function of the digestive system. This condition is also referred to as intolerance to gluten. Patients with this diagnosis can suffer a decreased amount of … [Read more...]

A Link Between Osteoporosis and Depression

Osteoporosis

Recent research has made a link between low bone mineral density and depression An array of studies is now showing that individuals with depression may also be at risk of osteoporosis. This can include younger females who are premenopausal as well as males who suffer from depression, even though osteoporosis affects more females that males. individuals with osteoporosis … [Read more...]

Mechanical Force, Childhood, and Osteoporosis

To put osteoporosis into perspective, the process that creates bone mass density must be understood When mechanical force is applied to bone mass, in a way where, bending, torsion or stretching occurs, a cellular response can take place to cause an adaptation in the density of bone mass. These loads must be high enough for the cells (osteoblasts) to be irritated, … [Read more...]

Calcium Chocolate

It will be harder to forget to take your calcium now  Adherence to treatment protocol is often a contributing factor in disease prevention and wellness programs. Many articles are written about, not just what is best for individuals to do to avoid health complications, but what is convenient enough for individuals to adhere to. Almost all types of cardio respiratory … [Read more...]

Bone Health and Deer Antlers

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After a cold winter in Spain, researchers noticed a change in the antlers of the local deer that may lead to treatments and different diet protocols for optimum bone health Researchers at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) in Spain have been studying local deer antlers, their growth patterns, and most recently studying their deficiencies in one particular year. … [Read more...]