THE LINK WITH OSTEOPOROSIS/ BACK PAIN AND VITAMIN D…

THE LINK WITH OSTEOPOROSIS/ BACK PAIN AND VITAMIN D…

Osteoporosis is a disorder where the bones lose mass and become weaker. It can cause back pain when the bones of the spine become damaged. Osteoporosis and back pain are a common combination. The problem is that you can’t feel your bones getting weaker, and may not know that you have osteoporosis until you break a bone.

Osteoporosis seems to get worse more quickly in people with low levels of Vitamin D in their blood, and low levels of Vitamin D have also been linked with low back pain.

Vitamin D helps to build strong bones. Research has shown its effectiveness in reducing back pain and preventing Osteoporosis. Cider vinegar and other alternative treatments are some of many offered for the treatment of arthritis, but few have been tested in proper trials.

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5 thoughts on “THE LINK WITH OSTEOPOROSIS/ BACK PAIN AND VITAMIN D…

  1. I actually take Vitamin D but still get the occasional back ache also lack of sun doesnt help I heard sun cream doesnt help either blocking out rays of sun xx

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  2. Thank you that is worth bearing in mind……! Scary thing, osteoporosis….. two of the old ladies I take Holy Communion to have it and are all bent over and so on 😦

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  3. Cialis

    Dopo le droghe come Viagra e Cialis ha rivoluzionato il trattamento di disfunzione sessuale maschio verso la fine degli anni 90, un turbine di neve dei test clinici sono stati condotti in donne nelle speranze che le droghe potrebbero fare lo stessi per fare rivivere l’azionamento di sesso diminuente della donna.

    http://www.medicinaligenerici.com/

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