Calcium deficiency-linked bone loss and minor injuries contribute to fractures, not officially a disease

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Bone loss is caused by calcium deficiency. Back bends, hunchbacks, small injuries often lead to broken arms and legs. But it is not considered as a disease.

There are different types of hormones in our body. There are many glands that make hormones. Who are working on the balance of the body.

Hormonal diseases that we know like: Many people know the problems like diabetes caused by not making insulin in the pancreas or hypo thyroid due to not making enough thyroid from the thyroid gland, and hyper thyroid due to excess production. But there are many other diseases about which not much is known. Even though there is information, it is difficult to identify and treat.

There is a disease called ‘osteoporosis’, which is common. But it is ignored. This disease is a bone crushing disease. Bone loss is caused by calcium deficiency. Back bends, hunchbacks, small injuries often lead to broken arms and legs. But it is not considered as a disease. If children and young people break their limbs, they should see if there is a hormonal disorder.

Still, women who are 65 and women who are 70 should see how much calcium is in their bones. Medicines can also be given to prevent it. Women should take extra care after menopause.

‍If the blood pressure is not controlled by taking many medicines, such patients may have hormone problems. If you have high blood pressure under the age of 30, or if you have abnormal high blood pressure in older people, it can also be due to hormonal imbalance. Blood pressure will be balanced if you can give medicine that balances hormones.

Disturbances in sodium and potassium can also be caused by hormones. Potassium and sodium deficiency is not only caused by taking medicine. The reason for this should be found out. If the cause is found and treated, there is no need to repeat the treatment.

Source : Dr. Saurav Khatiwada Chitwan Medical College