Getting diagnosed with Osteoporosis shouldn’t be considered a death sentence. There is a way around this ailment, with the help of physicians and specialists a proper course of action can be implemented.
The treatment plan for Osteoporosis varies, it would depend on the results of the bone density scan. your age, sex, previous history and risk of breaking a bone will be.
What are the medicines used for Osteoporosis?
Bisphosphonates are commonly used when dealing with broken bones in the body. It helps in maintaining bone density and reduces the risk of a broken bone. Other types of acids are also injected in the body like Alendronic acid, Ibandronic acid, Risedronic Acid and Zoledronic Acid. The only problem with bisphosphonates, is that they take a while to take in effect, it would take at least 6 to 12 months to see visible results. You become dependent on these drugs, it also causes irritation to the food pipe and causes stomach pain and swallowing problems which is why alternative solutions need to be researched.
(SERMS) Selective Oestrogen Receptor Modulators
SERMS are a form of medicine that creates the same effect of hormone oestrogen. It has the ability to aid with bone density and reduces the incidence of fracture in the body, specifically the spine. Raloxifene is a type of SERM that is taken as a daily tablet to help fight osteoporosis. However, it causes side effects like leg cramps, hot flushes and can also lead to blood clots.
Parathyroid Hormone is naturally occuring in the body, it is given as an injection. It stimulates the cells so new bones can be created. However, it causes nausea and vomiting.
Vitamin D and Calcium Supplements
Taking supplements that contain Vitamin D and Calcium is one good way to help maintain health bones. As adults, we require at least 700 milligrams of calcium a day. People suffering from Osteoporosis would require ore amount of calcium and Vitamin D, this is why supplements need to be taken. On top of that, a good amount of sunshine is needed to make sure that the levels of Vitamin D in the body remain high.
HRT ( Hormone Replacement Therapy)
HRT is usually recommended for women who are going through menopause. But lately, the medical community has deemed HRT as a strong and potent way to help treat a broken bone. However, HRT is not readily available for everyone. It is only given for specialized cases, you need a thorough examination and physician recommendation before you can undergo HRT.
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem Cell Therapy is considered to be the most futuristic type of treatment for Osteoporosis. Stem Cells has the potential to reduce the possibility of fractures in the bones. It also has the potential to increase and restore the function of resident stem cells that aid bone forming cells.
Osteoporosis patients can greatly benefit with the introduction of mesenchymal stem cells inside their body.
Osteoporosis and the Elderly
Osteoporosis related factors greatly affect the elderly. People aged 60 and above are the most affected. Osteoporosis if not given ample care and solution could become life threatening. It can severely impact the daily activities of older people. But thanks to modern technology in the form of regenerative medicine, there is a way to heal fracture cases. Through the power of stem cells bone regeneration is now possible. It is now a rational therapeutic strategy that treats age related osteoporosis.
Reconstruction of bone effects and bringing back the mechanical integrity of the skeleton was next to impossible 20 years ago. But thanks to current research studies, we know know that there is a way make use of regenerative bio materials to regrow the bones and make it stronger with the help of Mesenchymal stem cells.
Mesenchymal stem cells hold a great promises when it comes to facilitating bone healing even in the elderly. Which means, that it is possible to cure Osteoporosis even if you are already in your 70’s.
New Breed of Homo Sapiens
A living testament of the great wonders of Regenerative Medicine by way of Stem Cell therapy is Award-winning Author, Actress, Film Producer, Musician and Humanitarian Lourdes Duque Baron.
73 year old Lourdes Duque Baron is a New Breed of Homo Sapien. One of the people who was able to experience healing of her Osteoporosis by way of stem cell therapy.
New Breed of Homo Sapiens paves the way for revolutionary stem cell treatments that could vastly improve health in the twilight years.
Her upcoming book New Breed of Homo Sapiens will recount how stem cell therapy helped cure her Osteoporosis. The book will narrate the powerful and life changing effects of regenerative medicine.
New Breed of Homo Sapiens outlines a range of topics that analyze and expound on human aging and the various disorders associated with the natural biological process. While dealing with an immensely scientific subject, Lou Baron, leaves the beaten path and instead addresses her readers in clear, in-depth and easy to follow directive.
“I want my readers to fully understand and grasp the importance of this medical breakthrough,” she said. “We are talking about the future generations and the new breed of humans, and I want to bring the knowledge to the public’s door step,”.Lourdes Duque Baron
Lou Baron is defying her age – she credits stem cells.
“I am living proof that stem cell based therapy really works.” Elucidating how this was the spark that brought about the idea to write, New Breed of Homo SapiensLourdes Duque Baron
“Stem cells will reverse aging and improve the quality of life for many, but it is not a ticket to immortality,” Baron noted.Lourdes Duque Baron
Lourdes Duque Baron is a receiver of billions of stem cells from FGAAA ( Feeling Good At Any Age- The One Stop Rejuvenation Clinic) in California. Her body is filled with high doses of stem cells that help treat the core cause of aging. As a result, her skin and bodily organs is rejuvenated and revitalized.
Stem cell therapy gives you a sharper memory, increased focus in your daily tasks. Assists in weight loss by improving your metabolism.It helps boost your positive mood in life and even helps combat depression.
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