Osteoporosis: causes and treatment methods Osteoporosis: causes and treatment methods

Osteoporosis: causes and treatment methods

Osteoporosis: causes and treatment methods

There are many rheumatic diseases, but the most common is osteoarthritis, which leads to the destruction of joint cartilage.

Dr. Elnur Zubayrov, a specialist in rheumatology and preventive medicine, told Pravda news that the second common disease is bone deformity, which gradually leads to constant pain and limited functional movement.

According to him, the main causes of osteoporosis are:

injuries; Strenuous physical activity; Poor development of connective tissue; Rheumatic diseases; disruption of blood supply; Endocrine diseases; Overweight; Malnutrition; Insufficient nutrients (poor absorption); Lack of protein, vitamins and mineral elements.

Methods of preventing and treating osteoporosis include:

Diagnose and eliminate causes; Relieve pain; Lifestyle modification; Follow a balanced diet; Do moderate physical activity; good sleep; Modifying the functioning of the digestive system; Compensate for lack of nutrients.

According to him, the basic nutrients, vitamins and minerals necessary for the normal functioning of joints are: protein; Vitamin D3; Vitamin K2; Vitamin C; Vitamin B group; magnesium; Calcium; zinc; Omega-3.

Exercise is considered one of the most important methods of treating osteoporosis, regardless of age and level of sports training. If a person feels pain while exercising, he should not worry about that, because it will not lead to complications. On the contrary, exercising regularly with the aim of building muscles and strengthening joints leads to improving the condition. However, a set of exercises must be agreed upon with a physical therapist or physical therapist, because exercising, for example, at a very fast pace, may cause damage to the joints.

Excess weight often worsens osteoarthritis due to additional pressure on the joints. In this case, weight must be reduced by following a healthy diet and practicing physical activity.

Expert: Some components of milk may cause pathological reactions in the body

Milk products are considered an essential component of the diet, because they contain high percentages of the protein, fatty acids, and minerals the body needs.

Dr. Margarita Korolova, a nutrition expert, explains in an interview with Sputnik Radio how milk products can be consumed in case of lactose or casein intolerance.

She says: “The world has changed, and the soil on which what cows eat grows has changed, and their nutrition has not become completely natural, and the process of raising animals on large farms has also changed, as many ingredients are used that ensure the growth and safety of livestock. Therefore, dairy products have become a little different.” "In the composition. Human physiology lags behind the changing realities, and the immune system does not have time to adapt to them."

According to her, therefore, milk products can cause various pathological reactions in the body.

She says: “The body can respond with an immune reaction, in the form of skin diseases, frequent colds, and autoimmune diseases of the thyroid gland, internal organs, and joints. When patients come to the doctor to find out the causes of the disease, it becomes clear that one of the factors in the emergence of these problems are products Dairy, because the body cannot process it completely, and some of it remains in the intestine, where the sticky villi are attracted to it, causing a disturbance in the parietal circulation, and an immune response is formed. The immune system begins to produce antibodies, and large immune complexes are formed, and they actually enter the internal environment. "Wherever you are, there will be an autoimmune reaction."

If such symptoms appear, the doctor advises that a hidden food product intolerance test be performed to accurately determine the cause, after which a specialist doctor can be consulted to prescribe the necessary treatment.

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