Once diagnosed with osteoporosis, the key is to focus on maintaining your existing bone mass and slowing down the rate of bone loss. You can do this through: Gentle exercise Eating a healthy, nutrient-rich diet (high in calcium and vitamin D) Actively preventing fractures and falls Gentle exercise Physical activity that increases muscle strength and improves posture and flexibility can slow further bone loss and help prevent injury. Weight-bearing exercise such as walking is recommended for the treatment of osteoporosis. The physical forces placed on your bones by moving muscles helps to improve bone strength. When your bones feel a consistent 'strain' — ...
October 2, 2019Syed Umair
Don't get tired, get super-charged! Add some fizz to your day with these eight easy energizers to amp up your energy levels. 1. Eat breakfast So simple to skip, but a breakfast missed always catches up with you. A hearty morning meal boosts your metabolism and gives you energy to burn. Choose carbohydrate-rich foods such as cereals or wholegrain bread — your body relies on glucose for fuel. 2. Drink up Get yourself a 1.25-liter water jug and work your way though it over the course of a day. Dehydration leads the mind to function less efficiently. 3. Sleep well The average amount of shut-eye an ...
September 25, 2019Syed Umair