RENEED Senior Calcium Gives Warm Heart Care

"The last fracture in your life" is a term in the medical field, which refers to the fact that once such a fracture occurs, the body of many elderly people undergoes a short period of time. According to a statistical data from the Emergency Department of Kunming Orthopedic Hospital, in the first half of 2019, there were an average of 5.5 elderly people over 65 years old every day.


The data sounds amazing. So, why is it that the elderly are life-threatening if they just fall and fracture?

According to medical professionals, in real life, except for a few serious traumas, fractures rarely lead to direct death of patients. The "last fracture in life" mentioned here generally refers specifically to hip fractures that easily lead to death in the elderly. The hip, the part that connects the thighs and buttocks, can be said to be the "load-bearing wall" of the upper body of the human body. Once broken, it will have a great impact on their lives.

When we were young, our bones were hard, and at the same time we had muscle protection, so most young people might have nothing to lose. But for the elderly, the bones begin to become loose and the muscles are no longer as strong as the young. Once they fall, the consequences are no less than heart attacks or strokes. When the elderly have a hip fracture, it is very difficult to turn over and sit up. Long-term bed rest can easily cause complications such as respiratory system infection, urinary system infection, deep vein thrombosis and bedsores, and even endanger the patient's life.

So, how to effectively prevent fractures in the elderly, especially hip fractures? Orthopedic experts said that the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis in the elderly is the key to preventing fractures.

Osteoporosis is a systemic bone disease in which bone mass decreases and bone microstructure degenerates, resulting in increased bone fragility and fractures. It is also a common disease in middle-aged and elderly people. There are many reasons for osteoporosis, mainly due to changes in the bones of the human body with age. The human body is a process of gradual accumulation of bone mass before the age of 35. From 35-50 years old, bone mass is in a balanced state, that is, bone accumulation and bone elimination are in dynamic balance. However, from the age of 50, the activity of osteoblasts is weakened, and bone loss is obvious, resulting in lower bone strength and prone to osteoporosis. This change is more common in women after menopause and men after 55 years of age.

Adequate calcium can enhance bone density and effectively prevent osteoporosis. When the calcium intake is insufficient, the calcium in the bones will be released into the blood to maintain the blood calcium concentration, resulting in lower bone mass, lower bone density, and increasingly loose bones, which will lead to fractures and bone degeneration. Sexual hyperplasia and other diseases. According to the recommended calcium intake formulated by the Chinese Nutrition Society, the normal calcium content required by adults is 800-1000 mg, and the daily intake of about 300-400 mg from food is about 300-400 mg. Obviously, the calcium supplement is far less than the body needs. Therefore, the elderly should scientifically supplement calcium in advance.

If the elderly want to get enough calcium, what are the effective ways?

Professionals pointed out that the elderly can choose appropriate exercises such as walking and doing exercises, which can increase and maintain bone mass, increase serum sex hormone levels, promote calcium deposition in bone tissue, increase body bone stress stimulation, and reduce blood in postmenopausal women. The level of PTH is the best way to maintain bone mass and slow down bone loss. In addition, eat more foods with high calcium content, such as dairy products, dried shrimps, soy milk, or seaweed, eggs, green leafy vegetables, and meat and poultry for a reasonable meal.

While supplementing calcium, pay attention to the absorption of vitamin D. Vitamin D can promote intestinal calcium absorption and reduce kidney calcium excretion, just like a gas station, continuously supplementing calcium to the bones. When the daily diet can not meet the body's demand for calcium, calcium supplements are needed. When choosing a calcium supplement product, you must weigh whether it is safe, efficient, and easy to absorb.


For the physical condition of the elderly, RENEED has specially developed a premium calcium RENEED calcium carbonate D3 tablets (ll). RENEED calcium carbonate D3 tablets (ll) use natural ore as raw materials, carefully extracted, and the calcium source is safe and easy to absorb. And to solve the problem of constipation caused by slow body metabolism and decreased digestive system function in the elderly, RENEED calcium added a small dose of mannitol to lubricate the intestinal tract, accelerate intestinal peristalsis, and effectively reduce the constipation of the elderly.

In summary, it is a good choice to effectively avoid the "last fracture in life" and timely, scientific and reasonable calcium supplementation. Having a strong bone is the prerequisite for a good life.