Densitometry osteoporosis prevention calcium

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Unformatted text preview: _________________ Importance of Early Detection • Potentially crippling disease • Determining factor in one’s _________________________________ independence to stop progression • Early detection critical ____________ ________________________________ • Preventative action successful 11 Early Detection: Bone Densitometry __________________________ Osteoporosis Prevention: Calcium _________________ Must Always be Available to the Body ______________ Meeting your ______________ daily calcium ________________ requirement Body does not take calcium from bones Not meeting your daily calcium requirements calcium taken from _______________ ________________ bones to be used in body ________________ Exercise: The most powerful medicine! living tissue • Bone is __________________ which is constantly renewed • Resistance exercise places ↑ load on bone to build bone • Majority of bone mass is before the age of 30 developed _____________________________ post menopause • Bone loss ↑ ____________________________ 12 Osteoporosis Prevention: The Benefits of Being Physically Active RESISTANCE EXERCISE: Early in life (< age 30) • ___________________________ can assist in achieving a high baseline bone mineral density In middle age • ____________________ can help maintain bone density In onlder age • ____________________ can slow the process of bone loss and ↑ balance to ↓ risk of bone-breaking falls The Bottom Line! • Physical activity and exercise offer benefits in nearly every area of wellness Ability to generate energy – – – – – _____________________________________ Manage stress Control weight Improve mood _____________________________________ Ward off ill effects of disease and disability a low to moderate level • Even ________________________ of activity provides valuable health benefits • The important thing is to get moving! Active Healthy Kids Canada,,, est 1994, national organization development of active healthy children and youth in Canda Focused on making physical activity a major priority in the everyday lives of Canadian families Committed to providing expertise and direction to policymakers and the public on increasing and effectively allocating resources and attention toward physical activity for children and youth The Report Card.. 9th year in production, is an evidence informed communications and advocacy piece designed to provide insight into Canada's "state of the nation" each year on how, as a country, we are being responsible in providing physical activity opportunities for children and youth Physical Activity Levels -Only 5% of children and youth are meeting Canada's guidelines of 60 minutes of physical activity a day -Canada ranked D- (2013) -It is encouraging to note that 40% of Canadian kids are getting 60 min of physical activity on 3 days - The percentage of 10- to 16 year olds accumulating 6o min of MVPA on a daily basis has remained stable between the 2002 (18%) , 19% (2006), 18% (2010) -5% everyday, 40% over 3 days, 75% 3 or more days Screen Based Sedentary Behavior -Grade F - Children and youth get an average of 7 hours and 48 min of screen time per day -According to 2009-11 CHMS data... -18% of 3-4 year olds in Canada meet the Canadian SBG (less than one hour) -69% of 5-11 year olds & 31% of 2-17 year, and 19% of 10-16 in Canada meet the Canadian Sedentary BG (no more than 2 hours screen time) 13...
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