Bones Are the Body's Structural Framework.

The Bone Stimulation Blend Connection

Having bone problems is much less common than having muscle problems or problems with any of the body's internal organs. However, Bone problems, when present, can at times be serious and long lasting.

Usually when an individual experiences pain or discomfort where a bone is located, the source of the pain will be a muscle, tendon or joint. Short of a bone fracture, bone problems that happen in an instant or even overnight aren't usually encountered. Many bone problems are present for years before detection, so prevention is all the more important in dealing with this type of disorder.

Aside from fractures, the more common bone problems are cancer that has spread to the bone or is in the bone to begin with. Osteomyelitis is when the bone has become infected and Osteoporosis is when the bones have lost calcium and other minerals and become thinner and weaker or more brittle.

Anyone experiencing bone problems, especially pain, should locate where the pain is, when it occurs, and if there are any other symptoms being experienced at the same time. An x-ray may not give an indication as to what is wrong with the bone, short of a fracture or a disfigurement, so other testing including blood tests and bone scans may be needed to pinpoint exactly what bone problems may be present. Some bone problems, such a s Osteoporosis and some types of bone cancer, given little advance warning that anything is wrong.

OSTEOMYELITIS: Though not nearly as common as Osteoporosis, among the more common bone problems is that of Osteomyelitis, an infection in the bone. Unlike Osteoporosis, an onset of Osteomyelitis usually is accompanied by various symptoms including soreness or pain.

Osteomyelitis can be classified as either acute or chronic. Since an infection is involved, bone pain due to Osteomyelitis will often be accompanied by fever, nausea and a general feeling of not being well. Swelling and inflammation can sometimes be observed, depending of course on which bones are involved. The infection can start in the bone itself or can spread from nearby infected tissue.

The usual medical cure is administration of antibiotics, either orally or intravenously. The prognosis for a positive outcome is considered good for acute Osteomyelitis.

Chronic Osteomyelitis, on the other hand, can be the more difficult bone problem to deal with. If the problem does not go away, surgery may eventually be required to remove dead bone, and in extreme cases, amputation may be necessary.

Chronic Osteomyelitis often sets in when an abscess has formed in the affected bone, and as a result, there may be complications lasting for a lengthy period of time. It is expedient when the bone problems in general arise to bring them to the attention of a care provider at the earliest.

OSTEOPOROSIS: Most bone problems are experienced by the elderly, and an overwhelming majority of the problems have to do with Osteoporosis, a thinning and weakening of the bones.

Women far outnumber men with respect to contracting disease with around 20% of those over age 50 have Osteoporosis to some degree. What happens is the body continually absorbs old bone while building new bone to replace it. As the individual ages, there is a tendency for bone building to decline, but the body will still continue to absorb old bone. As a result, the bones begin to become thinner.

A deficiency in minerals, especially calcium and phosphate, can contribute to both bone loss and a general weakening of the bones, making them more susceptible to fracture. Women also give minerals to their unborn children which are difficult to replace in the daily diet, and unless they are replaced with supplementation, important minerals are gone. Excessive exercise depletes minerals as well, and once again, unless they are replaced by supplementing, they are permanently lacking in the body. The primary reason for bone loss is a drop in estrogen in women and in testosterone in men as they become older.

Certain medications and other disorders can also contribute to an onset of Osteoporosis. Smoking and the intake of alcohol can be contributing factors as well.

SUMMARY: The bones provide a structural framework and protection to the soft organs. They also provide for the attachment of muscles and help us move around.

The Bone Stimulation Blend has been formulated to assist and enhance the True Rife with bone problems

Bone Stimulation Blend ingredients: Myrrh, Frankincense, Niaouli

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