Posts Tagged ‘bone loss’

January 24th, 2013

Interpreting Bone Density T-Score and Z-Score

No Comments, Health and Wellbeing, by admin.

If bone loss is a potential threat, the medical recourse is to submit oneself to a bone mineral density (BMD) test to find out the true state of the bones at that point in time. The findings from the test expressed as T-score and Z-score are significant because they work as the backbone of the treatment program to manage the medical case of the patient. The problem lies now on the interpretation of these bone density T-score and Z-score.

October 26th, 2012

Increase Bone Density The Natural Way

No Comments, Fitness & Training, Health and Wellbeing, Vitamins & Minerals, by admin.

Science and technology evolutionary brought us to the atomic, space and computer ages. Are we done with the search? We have seen enough though, to know that most would want to go back to the basic because there is nothing like natural. Even medicine recognizes the importance of integrating the science with the healing powers of the alternative and traditional medicine. What is rather unusual is the manner by which we call the natural, traditional and early practices as alternative.

September 27th, 2012

Understanding the Causes Of Low Bone Density

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Bone density or bone mineral density (BMD) refers to the amount of the inorganic mineral called hydroxylapatite in every cubic centimeter of bones. The condition of the bones may indicate a lot of things including presence of secondary osteoporosis. Aging, particularly of women, is of particular interest yet cases in men and children are similarly common. It may be worthwhile to look into the structure of the bone to understand how bone loss may happen.

September 15th, 2012

Bone Density Test: Saving Bones For The Better

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A woman nearing premenopausal or menopausal stage faces high risk of getting osteoporosis with the diminishing levels of the estrogens in her body. Poor bone integrity gets worse if the diet has inadequate food nutrients (calcium and vitamin D) and lifestyle is very inactive. Isn’t it time for this woman to go through a bone density test lest she fracture a bone in her body soon?


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