Did you know that weight-bearing exercise can help protect your bones andprevent fractures related to osteoporosis?
If you had excuses for avoiding sports until now, they may no longer be valid after you read this article …
A lack of physical activity is a primary risk factor for bone loss!
There is strong evidence that being physically active from early on in life contributes to a greater peak bone mass. Exercise plays an important role in building and maintaining bone mass and muscle strength. It also helps to prevent falls and fractures. Muscles and bones respond and strengthen when they are “stressed”. This can be achieved by weight-bearing or impact exercises.
Sports activities contribute and enable you to:
- Maintain your balance and coordination.
- Improve your posture.
- Improve your mood.
- Increase your muscle strength.
- Perform daily tasks and activities.
- Relieve or reduce your pain levels.
The combination of weight-bearing exercise and flexibility training is most effective for increasing or maintaining bone mass. Weight-bearing exercises include activities that make you move against gravity while staying upright. These can be high- or low-impact, and are considered less likely to cause fractures. Examples of weight-bearing exercises include walking, running, dancing and stair climbing. Flexibility exercise contributes to injury prevention by developing flexible joints. Examples of flexibility exercise for preventing osteoporosis include yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi and regular stretches.
REBUILD YOUR FUTURE
Exercise on a regular basis in order to prevent bone loss and maintain muscle strength is very important. However, if your daily diet does not provide the amount of calcium recommended by the Ministry of Health, bone loss processes may begin earlier in life. For the prevention of bone mass deterioration, it is recommended to add DENSITYTM -the new generation of calcium supplement with the doubled absorption, to your daily diet.
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