Imagine you go through the following…
Your limbs start to mildly hurt. They feel uncomfortable. In fact, they’re starting to get weak. It’s like you cannot use them anymore. Sure, your grip is still there, and they function to some degree, but not like before. It’s almost as if their core structure has been weakened one way or the other.
It’s bugging you a lot. It means you cannot get on with your ordinary tasks in life.
Eventually you’re going to need help even doing the most mundane tasks such as for example putting on your pants, tying your shoes and even use the restroom.
So you really have no choice after a while but to go see the doctor and find out what’s wrong with you.
The result is disappointing to say the least. It looks like you’re slowly headed for osteoporosis. Your bones literally are disappearing. Your body is getting weaker and weaker.
And your age doesn’t do anything better either. It’s not like you’re getting younger by the years.
Soon you’ll be one of those who have to mind your sneeze or cough. Not because of spreading viral diseases, but because the action of sneezing actually can fracture your bones! I’m not joking. This is what happens to a lot of of people whose osteoporosis progresses and is not being dealt with. A basic human function that you cannot do without is actually what may cause you to get hospitalized.
In fact, some people who have osteoporosis cannot even bend over and tie their shoelaces. The strain and pressure on the bones in their respective body parts is just too much.
That’s all it can take for your bones to burst.
And let’s not forget about walking outside and falling. It could mean a gross hip fracture and surgery. Especially during times like these when it’s winter and slippery across the northern hemisphere.
Here’s something that could cast a light on the dark osteoporosis shadow;
Something as simple as bone strength supplements. It’s no secret that calcium is responsible for bone strength. The same applies for vitamin D. As well as other nutrients such as for example potassium and magnesium. And let’s not forget vitamin C which is also related to bone strength.
But, getting all of these nutrients in your body throughout the day can be quite challenging since you have to prepare and eat a lot of different foods.
Which is why taking a bone strength supplement is being recommended. Of course as always, double check with your doctor before you start ordering anything.
That being said, I haven’t heard of anyone who’s gotten in worse shape and health because of bone strength supplements.