Like other systems of our body, skeletal system is very important, which is a framework, consisting of bones and connective tissues. The skeletal system protects vital body organs, supports body tissues, facilitates movements, stores and discharges fats and minerals, produces blood cells, and is responsible for body shape to a certain extent. The bones are key components of whole skeletal system, the performance of which is based on bone strength.
Causes of bone strength loss
Bone strength is very important because weak bones can be a big problem. The fractured or aching bone can affect body’s performance in many ways. There are two ways by which bones get weaker; weak bones may be due to accidents, ageing, or lack of vital bone strength ingredients in the diet. Bone density or mass is important for its strength, and calcium and vitamin D are two important ingredients responsible for strengthening the bone.
Osteoporosis and bone fracture
The bone fractures are detrimental to body’s performance. The bone fracture may result due to an accident or a medical condition called osteoporosis (osteoporose in Danish). Osteoporosis is not a result of an accident, but medical condition which appers in an asymptomatic way because there are no initial symptoms that signals arrival of this disease, a type of silent disorder.
Sensing osteoporosis trigger
The skeletal system is ever alive and changes occur throughout life. The bone cells continue to degenerate and replaced by new cells, a process referred to as remodeling. The osteoporose tratar is a sign of bone loss which means thinning of bones. This condition makes bones brittle and prone to the fracture risk with a little shock or jerk.
Consulting a physician
Osteoporosis is not incurable and not fatal, but it needs to be prevented or osteoporose tratamento is necessary when it has occurred. A few medical procedures and many health problems can trigger osteoporosis. Thus, consulting your physician is very important when you sense a danger of osteoporosis.