The importance of increasing bone health
Osteoporosis affects many people today. To prevent this complication, you should pay more attention to the health of your bones. Your lifestyle will have many effects on your health. Try to avoid inactivity and strengthen your bones by following an anti-inflammatory diet.
Today's lifestyle has reduced the life of men's bones and even affected young women before reaching menopause.
Underworked bones that sit in a static position for hours every day, bones whose owners don't mind walking and driving, and bones that are surrounded by fat, victims of unhealthy diets, and deprived of essential nutrients, age faster than their owners. They expect.
Take care of your body's skeleton
Perhaps this is the reason why osteoporosis is introduced as one of the common diseases of our age and does not only victimize women who have entered menopause. Although women are several times more susceptible to osteoporosis than men, today's lifestyle has reduced the life of men's bones and even affected young women before menopause.
Look at your family tree
Your family history is also decisive this time. Researchers say that if your parents had osteoporosis, you should check the health of your bones today under the supervision of a specialist and perform osteoporosis screening earlier than recommended.
The work that takes away your mobility and does not provide you with the opportunity to exercise, prepares your bones for cracking.
Treatments recommended for cancer cause osteoporosis. According to experts, chemotherapy and radiation therapy affect bone health.
Take an anti-inflammatory diet
It is not only the consumption of dairy products and calcium-containing foods that help maintain bone health. Choosing an anti-inflammatory diet filled with vegetables, fruits, and high-quality protein can help prevent osteoporosis. According to experts, if you get enough magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin K, and phosphorus, you will be less prone to osteoporosis caused by tissue inflammation.
Translated by: Bita Sayadi