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Bone stability loss

With bone stability loss and osteoporosis it becomes difficult to effectively carry your weight

Bone stability loss and osteoporosis: The body structure framework

Before you can see the coverings of the body, there is always the framework of that body. In both humans and other animals, the framework is made up of bones which are expected to carry the weight of the body. Unfortunately as age catches up with us this expectation is gradually not being met what we call the bone stability loss and that is going to form the basis of our discussion in this article. Osteoporosis is a health condition which affects the body and particularly the framework of the body which is the bones. Therefore if you have osteoporosis the understanding is that you have lost some bone material. And your bones have become less dense creating some spaces in between. The creation of the spaces on the bones makes them weak and more vulnerable to breaking at very negligible forces (fracture).

Doctor Dalal Akoury MD says that even though osteoporosis mainly affects older people it can also affect people of all ages. Yes it is true that the risk of osteoporosis is high as we age, but we can take certain measures to reduce this. There are a number of preventive measures we can adapt to slow down bone loss. Medication may be one of the suggestions professionals will recommend in addressing the bone stability loss up on evaluation of individual patient. If you are experiencing certain pain or weakness in your bones, your timely action will be very important. For that reason you may want to consult with the experts at AWAREmed Health and Wellness Resource Center under the leadership of doctor Akoury for speedy correctional measures to be taken.

Bone stability loss and osteoporosis: What is osteoporosis?

The word osteoporosis means porous bones. The bones are made of collagen fibers (tough, elastic fibers) and minerals (gritty, hard material) which are living tissue rich in cells that make, mold and resorb (take back up) bone. As we grow, bone formation exceeds bone resorbtion, however, as we get older, this reverses and, after about the age of 35, you start to lose a certain amount of bone material. This would mean that your bones will become less dense and loses stability. This process of bone loss will not be the same in all people but the amount of bone loss will vary from person to person. Therefore if you have lost more of your bone mass, you could be suffering from osteoporosis. Meaning that your bones becomes bristle (bone stability loss) and can break more easily than normal, especially if you have an injury such as a fall. If you have a milder degree of bone loss, this is known as osteopenia.

Just to help you understand further what osteoporosis is, doctor Akoury further illustrate this porous situation. Like for instance if you were to take a closer look at the bone under a microscope, you will notice that sections of the bone take the shape of a honey comb. It means that those suffering from osteoporosis will have wider holes and spaces in the honeycomb like structure. This is a confirmation that their bones are unhealthy meaning that they have lost their bone density and the structure of their bone is not normal. Doctor Akoury recommends that people should have bone density test especially those who are aging and have broken their bones in the past. You can call for more inquiries about the bone stability loss and osteoporosis for a more professional help.

Bone stability loss and osteoporosis: The body structure framework