Understanding osteoporosis, these misunderstandings must be avoided!

Knowing which statements about osteoporosis are correct and which are wrong can we better deal with them! 1. Drinking bone soup can prevent osteoporosis. Wrong Experiments have proved that the calcium content in the same bowl of milk is much higher than that in a bowl of bone soup. For the elderly, bone soup dissolves a large amount of bone fat, and regular consumption may also cause other health problems. Attention should be paid to the diversification of diet, eat less greasy food, insist on drinking milk, and should not eat too much protein and caffeine. 2. Treating osteoporosis is equal to supplementing calcium. Wrong Simply speaking, osteoporosis is an abnormality of bone metabolism (osteoclasts in the human body affect Read More …

Osteoporosis wants self-examination? Look at these methods

It is suggested that high-risk groups should go to regular hospitals for osteoporosis detection as soon as possible so as to achieve early diagnosis, prevention and treatment. The following questions can help self-test the high-risk situation of osteoporosis. 1. Have you ever hurt your bones due to a slight collision or fall? 2. Have you taken [cortisone, prednisone] hormone drugs for more than 3 consecutive months? (Thyroid hormone drugs are not counted, such as Youjiale and Retis) 3. Is your height 3cm lower than when you were young? Do you often drink too much? (Drink twice or more per day, or do not drink for only 1-2 days in a week) Do you smoke more than 20 cigarettes a day? Read More …

Should osteoporosis be treated and prevented? Authorities tell you the way

Osteoporosis can be prevented and treated. Prevention Look here People should pay attention to the prevention of osteoporosis at all ages. The lifestyle of infants and young people is closely related to the occurrence of osteoporosis. The mineral content in human bones reaches its highest level in their 30s, which is medically called peak bone mass. The higher the peak bone mass, the more [bone mineral bank] reserves in the human body, and the later and lighter the time and degree of osteoporosis in the elderly. Middle-aged and elderly friends actively improve their diet and lifestyle, and insist on calcium and vitamin D supplementation to prevent or reduce osteoporosis. A balanced diet: Increase the intake of calcium and moderate amount Read More …

The authority will answer for you, osteoporosis will how?

1. Osteoporosis is what? Osteoporosis is the most common bone disease in the middle-aged and elderly. Osteoporosis is a systemic disease, which is mainly characterized by low bone mineral content, destruction of bone structure, reduction of bone strength and easy fracture. Pain, hunchback, height loss and fracture are characteristic manifestations of osteoporosis. However, many osteoporosis patients often have no obvious feeling in the early stage of the disease. Osteoporotic fracture is a brittle fracture, which usually occurs after daily weight bearing, activities, bending and falls. Fracture is the direct consequence of osteoporosis, which affects the body function in mild cases and even causes disability or even death in severe cases. Common fracture sites are waist, back, hip and arm. 2. Read More …

Emergency Measures for Children’s Fracture

Bone break, or fracture, is quite common in children’s trauma, especially falling from a height. No matter which part of the break is or how small the wound looks, as long as the fracture is made, one must see a doctor. The manifestation of fracture is the friction of hard objects when the wound part moves. The wound will be red and swollen. The injured part cannot move, it is very painful to move or cannot bear the force, and children will refuse you to move that part. How to take off or cut off the clothes on the injured part of the fracture? Wrap some ice cubes with towels and apply them to the injured parts. Fix the injured Read More …

Fracture, what should I do?

Is there what after the fracture? After fracture, it is generally manifested as local pain, hematoma or swelling, and dyskinesia. The fracture may be a displacement of the fracture site, resulting in changes in the shape of the affected limb, such as shortening, angulation or rotation; It may be that abnormal activities have occurred in the parts that were originally fixed and unable to move. In severe cases, the bone at the fracture may even poke out of the skin surface. Fracture, what should I do? Step 1 Hemostasis If the fracture site is bleeding, the hand or clean bandage can be used to press or tie the bleeding point near the heart. Step 2 Expose the wound Take off Read More …

For the sake of your own health and interests, you should know the [big fool] in these treatments.

Are you familiar with these words? Yes, these are the high-frequency words appearing in the black-hearted medical advertisements on the streets and lanes of [they are tall once more in the spring wind]. On March 15 Consumer Rights Day, together with Dr. Clove, polish your eyes and find out the [big fool] in these dirty medical advertisements. Can dorsal penile neurotomy really make “flaccidity” elder brother become “Wei” elder brother? I believe every man does not want to be related to these two words: premature ejaculation. Is what premature ejaculation? Please see: What is impotence and premature ejaculation? Many men with premature ejaculation have turned to men’s hospitals in the streets to revive their glory and solve this problem. Most Read More …

Training Injury and Fracture

Soldiers may suffer from traumatic fractures due to falls and injuries when training and performing tasks. It is also possible that excessive training intensity, long-term, repeated and slight external stimulation will lead to fatigue fracture. Fatigue fracture often occurs during long-distance marching, with fibula of lower leg and metatarsal bone of sole being more common. Is there a local manifestation of what in the fracture? The common manifestations of fracture are local pain, swelling and dysfunction. Fracture also has some unique manifestations, such as: Deformity: Displacement of fracture end can change the shape of fracture limb, mainly manifested as shortening, angulation or rotation; Abnormal activity: abnormal activity occurs after fracture in parts where limbs cannot move under normal circumstances; Bone Read More …

Did you really choose the right shoes to wear every day?

Only the feet know whether the shoes are suitable or not. However, since the foot cannot speak, it can only tell us through other means (such as pain and sprained foot) that today’s shoes seem a little uncomfortable. However, when we buy shoes, we often pay more attention to whether this pair of shoes will make us change our beauty and whether our legs will be [elongated], ignoring whether it conforms to the physiological structure of the feet and will bring unnecessary harm to the feet and even the body. Today, Dr. Clove will come to talk to you about the health risks brought to us by those inappropriate shoes. Killer 1: Shoes with Small Size In fact, many people’s Read More …