Why And How Healthy Bones Matter

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Why And How Healthy Bones Matter

Postby rahulsaxena90 » Sat May 13, 2017 7:06 am

Bones support our body and allow us to move. They protect our brain, heart, and other organs from injury. Keep reading this blog by CRB Tech Reviews to know more. click here:- https://crbtechreviews.wordpress.com

Bone is a living and growing tissue. It is made mostly of two materials: collagen which is a protein that provides a soft framework, and calcium, a mineral that adds strength and hardness. This combination makes bone strong and flexible enough to hold up under stress.

Bone releases calcium and other minerals into the body when you need them for other uses.

How bones grow
Consider the bones as a “bank” where we “deposit” and “withdraw” bone tissue. During our childhood and teenage years, new bone is deposited to the skeleton faster than old bone is removed (or withdrawn). As a result, our bones become larger, heavier, and denser.

bones grow

For many people, bone formation continues at a faster pace than removal until the age 20. After age 30, bone withdrawals can start to go faster than deposits. If the bone deposits don’t keep up with withdrawals, you might get osteoporosis when you get older. Osteoporosis is a disease in which the bones become weak and more likely to fracture. People with osteoporosis often break bones in the regions like hip, spine, and wrist.

What you must do and why
If you want to make “deposits” of bone tissue and reach your greatest peak bone mass, you must get enough calcium, vitamin D and physical activity are the important factors in building bone. If you want the strongest bones possible, the best time to build up your “account” is right now—during your childhood and teenage years.

Why must I care about this now?
You might know some older people who worry about their bones getting weak. You might even know someone who has trouble getting around because they have broken a bone due to osteoporosis. You might think that this is something that only older people need to worry about.


To start eating a balanced diet that includes calcium and vitamin D, doing plenty of physical activity, and having good health habits could help keep your bones healthy for your whole life.

What if I don’t take care of my bones at present?
You might get osteoporosis when you are older.

Many people have osteoporosis and remain ignorant, since bone loss occurs over a long period of time, and it has no symptoms. The first sign of osteoporosis might be a broken bone in the spine, the hip, or the wrist. These fractures could be very painful and make it difficult for a person to walk or do the things they need to do every day.

Does osteoporosis happen to both men and women?
Yes, but women are prone due to changes in hormones that occur after menopause. Also, women basically less bone tissue than men.

What to do for strong bones?
Though osteoporosis is a disease of older people, but you could reduce your risk while you are young by eating the right diet and regular exercise.

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