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How To Prevent Osteoporosis In Your Old Age? [PART 2]

    • In the previous part of this 2-part series, we touched the basics of osteoporosis. If you didn’t read it, please go here and give it a quick read: How to Prevent Osteoporosis In Your Old Age? [PART 1]
    • If you have been diagnosed with osteoporosis, your doctor would outline you a proper course of treatment, which will help slow the breakdown of bones and even supplement the growth of new bone.
    • Dr. Manoj Kumar Khemani is one of the top orthopedic surgeons and clinicians in Kolkata, specializing in a wide range of orthopedic conditions. He is recognized as the best hip replacement surgeon in VIP road Kolkata, also playing a go-to for hundreds of people with osteoporosis. Get in touch with him and take confident strides to effectively control and treat your osteoporosis.
    • Even if you don’t have any symptoms of osteoporosis, which become more evident in the latter stage of life, you must take adequate preventive measures right from an early age, as we mentioned in the previous part. There are several things you can do to minimize the risks of developing this bone disease.
    • Working out is one of the most important preventive measures. Exercising helps your bones get stronger. It helps in slowing bone loss. So, if you don’t already, start working out regularly. (If you have an existing orthopedic condition, consult your doctor first.)
    • There are certain types of exercises that are more beneficial and effective in strengthening your bones. Get more involved with weight-bearing workouts like running and water aerobics. Then, of course, strength training is highly effective. Lift free weights, do pushups and squats, and workout with resistance bands.
    • Our bones require calcium and vitamin D to get stronger and have better density. Sadly, 70-90 percent of Indians have Vitamin D deficiency. Are you on of them? You need to increase your daily intake of vitamin D and calcium.
    • Sunlight is the best source of vitamin D. There are several foods that are high in this vitamin; it includes fortified milk, egg, salmon, mushrooms, and oatmeal. Similarly, there are food items that are rich in calcium; it includes cheese, beans, lentils, almonds, spinach, tofu, and milk. Include more of these foods in your daily meals. (And get enough sunlight every day.)
    • In addition, improve your overall lifestyle and pick better habits. Like, quit smoking. Avoid drinking too much alcohol and soda. Learn more about osteoporosis and other orthopedic problems; more information and better understanding will help you stay in good health.
    • In case if your loss of bone is high and your bones are abnormally weaker, your doctor might also prescribe you medications. The primary medication will help slow down the loss of bone density. They might also prescribe additional drugs to strengthen your bones and increase its mass.
    • The symptoms of osteoporosis don’t show up until late in life. In fact, many people suffer from this bone disease without even being aware of it. So, don’t wait up to see the symptoms. Start the preventive measures as early as you can. Take better care of your bones to not only prevent osteoporosis but also various other orthopedic problems.
    • If you need help, please get in touch with Dr. Manoj Kumar Khemani. He is a highly trusted orthopedic doctor in Kolkata, specializing in a range of bone and joint-related issues, including osteoporosis. Hand in hand with him, build better orthopedic health and enjoy an improved life.

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How To Prevent Osteoporosis In Your Old Age? [PART 2]



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