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Simple Tips To Take Care Of Your Bones
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Simple Tips To Take Care Of Your Bones

Orthopedic problems relate to severe conditions that deteriorate the quality of life, cause pain, and are immensely uncomfortable. Hip and knee replacements are quite common nowadays and there are many different specialties present within the Orthopedic segment that tries to treat a range of health problems concerned with bone.

The compromises that we make in relation to the food we eat, the number of hours we exercise, and other aspects result in several health problems including Orthopedic problems. Here are 6 advice's that will provide you better orthopedic health, improved joint flexibility and muscle strength, and an optimum bone density.

Maintaining A Healthy Weight

Obese people or those who have a higher BMI or Body Mass Index tend to suffer from Orthopedic conditions more when compared to healthy people. A 10 Lbs increase in weight may increase your chances of suffering from an orthopedic condition by 36%. The extra fat that you get accumulated on your body parts exert more pressure on your joints, weakens the muscles and may also be a cause of bone or muscular injuries. Hence it is important for you to be as lean and fit as possible.

Eating food rich in Calcium and Vitamin D

It is important to include in your regular diet foods rich in calcium and Vitamin D. Calcium is a necessary mineral required for bone synthesis. Vitamin D helps the body absorb the calcium and hence it is also important. If you cannot intake the optimum amount of calcium and Vitamin D rich food, you can try the supplements as well.

Exercise Regularly

Regular exercise is important for the flexibility of joints and for avoiding bone brittleness. Remember to do the warm-up and stretching exercises for around 5 minutes before starting your exercise sessions so that anyone or muscle injury is avoided. Avoid doing any highly rigorous exercise and instant go for moderate exercise sessions. Intense exercises can be done later when you are accustomed to it.

Adopt Certain Healthy Habits

Some habits directly influence your bone health. You should always sit in the right posture so that your feet are on the ground and your whole weight is distributed evenly. Your spine should be straight, the shoulder should be pulled backward, while the chest should large outwards. Remember that if you exercise regularly the body will automatically take a more suitable posture while sitting, standing, or sleeping. Use supportive pillows while sleeping.

Choose Clothes and Footwear Wisely

Clothes should make us feel comfortable and should not restrict the movements of body parts. The same goes true for footwear. For instance, wearing high heel sandals may not be good for your feet' bone health. Hence you should check your size before buying any cloth or footwear for yourself, and do your trial before actually purchasing them.

Regular Clinical Checkups

While your family physician may also provide you with regular clinical check-ups for your health, you may also consult and visit an expert orthopedic doctor and get your bone health check-up regularly.

Following the tips, you will be able to enjoy good bone health while also having a physically fit body.

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  1. Abbott Clara
    You explained it very nicely. Our generation needs to be aware of their bone health. There are lots of factors that affect directly to your bones, which Ashton has described very well. One thing that I will add to this that eat lots of vegetables. I was reading an article on where I read that Vegetables are the best source of Vitamin C, which stimulates the production of bone-forming cells.
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  2. christinesinek
    Bone health is necessary, especially in teenagers nowadays. I am 28 years old and professionally a law essay writer at the main problem I've seen among my female colleagues is that they are not into any sports or physical activities that lead their body to weakness and laziness. Writers have to sit and write all day, but there should be any physical activity that they should also do to be active.
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  3. shawsteven
    Thanks for the information. Bones play an important role in our fitness and health. For the last 2 years, I had a backbone issue, After the clinical check, I get to know it is because of lack of calcium in my body and my bed mattress. Then I change my diet and increase the calcium intake, Also I change my bed mattress and purchased a back pain relief mattress from This mattress helps me to sleep well without back pain and helping me to recover from this problem.
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  4. waltercameron
    I appreciate you for this informative post. No doubt, bones play a vital role in our health. I was suffering the same problem of having pains in my bones for the last few years. I recently read a blog from a university essay writing services | | that his problem occurs due to the lack of calcium. Calcium intake is very important in our regular diet as it strengthens bones.
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  6. minayang
    whoa, that was helpful
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  8. OliviaClark
    you have described this correctly because Strong bone makes the strong person whether if you are rich or poor if you aren't strong enough from your bones. had provided a complete documentary about this because the osseins are the essential part and one of the main sources of our body.
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