THE BONE FRACTURES AND THE LUXATIONS

The bone tissue is constantly renewed by the body through the complex interaction between calcium and phosphorus, with certain hormones, called osteoclasts and osteoblasts. However, poor nutrition in amino acids and the respective construction of hormones from some organs and glands, cause several ailments in the skeletal structure.

We begin with the common fractures of which there are three types and can occur anywhere in the body. When speaking of fissure refers to a trauma where the bone does not completely break and is more common in young people for their resistance. When older people enter old age fractures often appear simple that refers to closed fractures without displacement where the bone is broken but not the skin. When there is displacement between the rupture of the bone, regularly produced by more serious accidents, is called complicated fracture where broken bone tears the skin, the area surrounding the break becomes inflamed and discolored presenting a risk of infection.

The pathological displacement of the bones of the jaw, shoulder, elbow, hip or knee that occurs when forced movements, falls of the elderly, and even yawning that can be spontaneous or accidental injuries are called dislocations. When the sacroiliac joint suffers subluxations due to blows or very serious injuries caused by falls in extreme sports, you will also be consider within this group. Inflammatory episodes of sacroiliitis can be caused by infections such as Brucellosis. Meanwhile, we remind you that volume 4 of the revolutionary diet plan “12 DIET OF FULLNESS” provides us with a bone diet that broadens with greater details and recommendations the fulfillment of a process of natural prevention through food.


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