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What is Skeletal Health?
Skeletal Health refers to the health of a person's skeletal, or musculoskeletal system.
What is the Skeletal System?
person's musculoskeletal system is all of the bones in the body and the tissues
such as tendons, ligaments and cartilage that connect them. Even a person's
teeth are considered to be a part of your skeletal system - but teeth are NOT
counted as bones.
Your teeth are made of enamel and dentin.
Did you know that enamel is the strongest substance in your body?
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How does the Skeletal System help us?
First of all, your skeletal system provides the "support" that your body needs. Without your skeletal system, you could not move, run, sit or stand - and your body would simply collapse.
Your skeleton is strong and at the same time, light.
Skeletal Health and Protection
Your skeleton protects your internal organs and fragile tissues. Your brain, eyes, heart, lungs and spinal cord are all protected and enclosed by your skeleton. Your cranium, or skull, protects your brain and eyes. Your ribs protect your heart and lungs. Your vertebrae, also referred to as your spine or backbone, protects your spinal cord.
Your bones provide the structure for muscles to attach so that our bodies are able to move. The tendons are the tough inelastic bands that hold attach muscle to bone.
Do Your Know Who Has More Bones - a Baby or an Adult?
Babies have far more bones than adults!
When born, a baby has about 300 bones.
babies grow into toddlers, then children, the small bones join together to make
Adults end up with about 206 bones.
Are bones alive?
Yes, bones are very much alive!
Old bones are dead, dry and brittle. But in the body, bones are very much alive. They have their own nerves and blood vessels, and they do various jobs, such as storing body minerals like calcium. Bones are made of a mix of hard stuff that gives them strength and tons of living cells which help them grow and repair themselves.
What are bones made of?
typical bone has an outer layer of hard or compact bone, which is very
strong, dense and tough. Inside this is a layer of spongy bone, which is
like a bee's honeycomb, which is light and slightly flexible. In the
middle of some bones is jelly-like bone marrow, where new cells are
constantly being produced for the blood.
Calcium is an important mineral that the cells in your bones need to stay strong.
How do bones break and how do they heal?
Bones in younger people are tough and usually don't break even when we have some pretty bad falls.
Bones are similar in strength and flexibility to sticks. When first trying to break a stick, it bends a little bit, but apply more force, the stick will break. Same way with a person's bones. Your body's bones will bend a little, but if you fall the wrong way, you can break one or more bones. Doctors call a broken bone a "fracture." There are many different types of broken bones, or fractures.
Since bones are made from living cells, a broken bone will produce new cells to rebuild the bone, much the same way when you cut your skin, the new cells repair the cut. The cells will cover both ends of the broken part of the bone and close up the break.
How do people keep their bones healthy?
Bones, like muscles, need regular exercise to stay as strong as possible. Walking, jogging, running and other physical activities are important in keeping your skeletal system strong and healthy.
Calcium-containing foods and calcium supplements will help keep your skeletal system healthy. You can help strengthen your skeletal system by drinking milk and eating other dairy products such as low-fat cheese, frozen yogurt, and ice cream.
For musculoskeletal health, information or concerns, you should see a doctor or chiropractor who may require an MRI for evaluation.
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