Sunday, June 16, 2024

How You Can Stay Healthy During the Menopause and Beyond.

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(ThySistas.comAs we get older, we can suffer from a few more illnesses or ailments than we have previously. Our bodies become a little less resilient as we age, so it is important to take care of them as much as we can. One common ailment that comes with old age is weak bones or osteoporosis. A lot of people will just be prescribed medicine and left to get on with it. When you take a lot of medication, though, it can have longer term effects on your health. So if you can look for natural ways to treat problems, why not try them?

Many people consider taking a supplement to help their bones, for example. Quite often it could be a calcium based supplement or a supplement like Strontium. The former seems to be favorable over the latter, though. It all sounds fine, though, doesn’t it? A supplement and things will improve, right? Wrong! This is not always the case. There are many Strontium side effects for osteoporosis, so you need to use with caution. They can range nausea and sickness to feeling faint and even suffering from blood clots. Quite extreme really, isn’t it? So it is more important to have a healthy balanced diet when dealing with osteoporosis. That is one way to deal with that is natural, rather than taking additional pills or supplements.

The best foods to have when dealing with osteoporosis, are ones that deal with alkalizing your body. When a diet is filled with acidic food and drink, it can cause lots of problems with your bone density. So try to limit how much animal protein you consume, as well as processed foods and refined sugars. So include more alkaline foods like fruits and vegetables, as well as nuts and seeds and you will see a difference.

As well as what we eat, we have to think about what we do with our body. Our bodies deal with demands we place on them. So if we aren’t doing much, then our body won’t do much either. So keeping active is an important part of taking care of your bone health. As you exercise, you will build and strengthen your muscles. This will help to reverse or halt any bone density issues almost. You will look and feel much better when you take the time to exercise. It could be going on a regular walk, yoga class or doing a small circuit at the gym.

There is also one aspect of your bone health that often gets overlooked or forgotten about. But the more stressed out you are, the more it affects your bone health. Cortisol is a stress hormone, and if we have more than normal it can take a huge toll on our health in general, but particularly our bone health. So take some time out to relax and destress. Pick a relaxing hobby or take some time out for relaxation, massages, naps or something like reading. Your body will thank you for it.

Staff Writer; Lisa Day

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