Osteogenic Loading: How Can It Help Musculoskeletal Systems?
It is normal to experience some changes as we age; we observe irregularities in the way our bodies function. As we age, our weak systems are more vulnerable to injury. In spite of the fact that dealing with uncertainties is out of the question, you won’t try; it shouldn’t be that way! We can at least try to keep this on track, to keep our bodies healthy, so that all our systems work properly. We know even that musculoskeletal problems are the most common, don’t we? You should be the only one responsible for ensuring the proper functioning of our musculoskeletal system!
Stress fractures, arthritis, metabolic bone diseases, and osteoporosis are among the most common bone disorders. You might not realize it, but osteogenic loading is the key to treating disorders! Read on for more information…
Osteogenic loading is what?
The term refers to the process of exercising with specific weight-loading activities in order to stimulate the bone-building process in an individual. The result will be an increase in bone density. Exercises like swimming and walking, which are less intense, can still have great benefits for your health. As a result of compressing the bone matrix, osteogenic loading also increases bone density. In contrast to light exercises, the bone matrix stimulates these specific cells in a very efficient manner.
A major difference is that an individual is required to pass some specific threshold limit of weight loading that we normally bear in our daily activities. By putting some stress on the bones, you will enhance the process of bone density and build up more bone building cells. The load should be at least four times your body weight. We do not mean that if you weigh 75 kg, you have to lift 300 kilo’s.
What are the benefits of osteogenic loading?
Osteopenia affects people of all ages. Bone mineral density declines with age! As a result of low bone density, holes develop inside the bone, and the bone’s outer walls become thinner. Consequently, major fractures are more likely to occur. Here are some reasons for low bone density:
- Smoking & Drinking
- Sedentary lifestyle (insufficient physical activity)
- Bad posture & balance
- Poor diet (lack of vitamins and calcium)
- Changes in hormones (menopause)
- Other medical conditions, such as chronic kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis, overactive parathyroid gland, etc.
To cope with such severe medical conditions, we should have adequate bone mineral density! How do we fix this?
Increase Bone Density with BioDensity
This is not a supplement, nor a drug or a medical treatment! BioDensity is an advanced exercise-based device that increases bone density. Building strength, increasing bone density, and regulating the musculoskeletal system can be done safely, fast, and without drugs. Osteogenic loading is the basis for this therapy!
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