Can you increase your bone density?
The short answer is – YES!
For example, this ability is best described using Davis’s Law and Wolff’s Law:
Davis’s Law is used in anatomy and physiology to describe how soft tissue models along with imposed demands. It is the corollary to Wolff’s law, which applies to osseous tissue.
It is a physiological principle stating that soft tissue heals according to how it is mechanically stressed.
Wolff’s Law, states that bone in a healthy person or animal will adapt to the loads under which it is placed.
If loading on a particular bone increases, the bone will remodel itself over time to become stronger to resist that sort of loading.
And for me, I always think of THIS scene from Kill Bill.
Now, we don’t need to punch cinder blocks until our knuckles bleed, but we can lift weights and get stronger over time. This will help build strength and increase your bone density.
Similarly, it is a LAW, just like Gravity 😉
Furthermore, if you suffer from low bone density and want to do something about it, reply to me and I will help teach you how to get started.
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