Women’s Health

Can Stress Lead to Osteoporosis?

 

 
I find what is missing in information on osteoporosis is the effect of stress on bone health.
 

People talk and write about nutrition and exercise (though not in much specifics). But even in some yoga books, the element of stress reduction is not addressed.
Maintaining strong and healthy bones is a complex process.
And there are many factors at play: genetics, nutritional deficiencies (Vitamin D, phosphorus, calcium), medications (glucocorticoids like cortisone and prednisone), positive or negative stresses on the bones, our immune system, and hormones that are in disarray (thyroid, human growth hormone (IGF-1), estrogen, testosterone, cortisol, insulin).

Osteoporosis, meaning, “porous bone,” is a skeletal disorder characterized by compromised bone […]

Peeing Too Often?: Overactive Bladder Syndrome

 

Do you pee a lot? I mean do you pee more frequently than you think is normal? Or do you pee and then literally feel like you could pee again 10 minutes later? I used to pee about 4-5 times in the morning before I leave for work—this is in the span of four hours or so (I know, TMI). But, I was thinking, “I know this can’t be right.” Or maybe it is and it’s just because I drink of a lot fluids.   But it isn’t, “normal.” So, I’ve changed it. Find out how below.

 Overactive bladder syndrome could include any of the following:

Increased […]

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