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For this month of October, there's more to put on the calendar than trick-or-treating. From October 12 – 20, Bone and Joint Health Action Week is taking place. This global event focuses on spreading awareness for bone and joint disorders, and the ways of prevention to keep such conditions from showing up or worsening. From suggested activities to check-up reminders, you can make the most of this month by keeping your joints first in priority so that you can have a healthier Halloween!
Currently, around 54 percent of American adults are affected by musculoskeletal conditions. These conditions are the most common cause of long-term discomfort and physical disability, leading to a decrease in both quality of life and productivity. Both treatments and lost wages for such conditions, when not diagnosed in time, were estimated at $874 billion between 2009 and 2011.
Letting the health of your bones and joints fall to the wayside can extract heavy costs to your daily life, both physically and financially. There are 5 special days during Bone and Joint Health Action Week that you should take note of – in-between your spooky, scary decorating.
October 12, also known as World Arthritis Day, emphasizes the need for early diagnosis and getting your routine health check-ups on time. With increasing life expectancy, the prevalence of musculoskeletal conditions is only expected to grow as well. Catch the aches early and talk to your doctor for any preventative action or possible treatment.
World Spine Day is on October 16, and if you're used to a stiff back, this day is especially important. Poor posture and lack of exercise can lead to joints feeling more uncomfortable and less flexible. With physical movement, the muscles between your joints become stronger, leading to better mobility and relief. For the day, take the initiative by going for a walk outside, or spending a half-hour in the gym.
October 17 is World Trauma Day, which details about protecting a life in critical situations. Whether at the home or in the workplace, accidents can occur, which can affect the musculoskeletal system. A knowledge of what to do in an emergency situation, and when to contact a health professional, are all skills people must learn to not only offset further injuries to themselves, but also to others in order to prevent further trauma. Prepare a first-aid kit, keep your emergency numbers ready, and create a plan for those unexpected situations.
Bone and joint health is for all ages, which is why October 19 is World Pediatric Bone and Joint (PB&J) Day. However, such health advice isn't only meant for children. Bones need nourishment to continue to stay strong and dense, whole also combating against obesity. With joint-nourishing foods such as fish, fruits and vegetables, and even spices such as turmeric, you can give your joints the nutrients they need while controlling your weight. Your bone and joint support management doesn't end once you reach adulthood!
For World Osteoporosis Day on October 20, not only does this day highlight the condition of this bone disorder, but in its prevention. From diagnosis, to living a healthy, balanced life, taking careful support can keep your body moving.
At U.S. Doctor's Clinical®, our doctor-recommended supplements help give you that support for all aspects of health – including bone and joint health. Arthro-7® is a clinically-proven formula that helps support the comfort of your joints, with positive results seen in as little as 2 weeks. Its unique blend of the AR7® Joint Complex, (collagen, MSM, bromelain and more) along with vitamin C, keeps the joints nourished for better mobility overall. For bone-specific support, OsteoNourish® is available, complete with active levels of vitamin D and magnesium, helping maintain healthy levels of calcium within your bones to keep them strong. With little worry for fragility and a nutritional support network for flexible joints, getting optimal bone and joint support is possible at any age.
While you plan your Halloween scares, keep the real scares to your health at bay. Stock up on treats for your bones and joints, and keep your health maintained during the spooky season.