Bones and osteoporosis

Bone is not a dead material, but a living tissue that can replenish itself. Its main components are the protein collagen and a mineral called calcium phosphate. Together, these make bones flexible, strong, and resilient.

Bone goes through a continuous cycle of resorption — during which old bone is taken away — and formation. From birth through adolescence and early adulthood, “formation outpaces resorption,” and bones increase in size, weight, and density.

But at around the age of 30, bone density and strength peak, and bone mass begins to decline as resorption gradually outpaces formation.

Osteoporosis happens when bone density decreases and the body stops producing as much bone as it did before.

It can affect both males and females, but it is most likely to occur in women after menopause, because of the sudden decrease in estrogen, the hormone that normally protects against osteoporosis.

As the bones become weaker, there is a higher risk of a fracture during a fall or even a fairly minor knock.

Osteoporosis currently affects over 53 million people in the United States (U.S.).

What is osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis involves a gradual weakening of the bones.

“Osteoporosis” literally means “porous bones.” The bones become weaker, increasing the risk of fractures, especially in the hip, spinal vertebrae, and wrist.

Bone tissue is constantly being renewed, and new bone replaces old, damaged bone. In this way, the body maintains bone density and the integrity of its crystals and structure.

Bone density peaks when a person is in their late 20s. After the age of around 35 years, bone starts to become weaker. As we age, bone breaks down faster than it builds. If this happens excessively, osteoporosis results.

Signs and symptoms

As the spine weakens, osteoporosis can lead to a change in posture.

Bone loss that leads to osteoporosis develops slowly. There are often no symptoms or outward signs, and a person may not know they have it until they experience a fracture after a minor incident, such as a fall, or even a cough or sneeze.

Commonly affected areas are the hip, a wrist, or spinal vertebrae.

Breaks in the spine can lead to changes in posture, a stoop, and curvature of the spine.

Hope for the future

New research is being done on the power of intention and thought to significantly impact bone health.  LifeForce Energy Blessings or Healings have been performed in laboratory tests that have shown significant improvements in specific areas of bone health.

This means that trained individuals have simply applied blessings or thought intentions to specific circumstances to achieve results that have scientifically been measured to impact areas of bone health.

For example, LifeForce Energy Blessings were able to measure boosts in the level of collagen by in excess of 600% using distant energy healings.  This energy displayed highly intelligent characteristics with no measurable side effects.  Given this behavior, there is hope that this application will also exhibit more bio-available characteristics to individuals than traditional supplements and nutraceuticals.

In addition to boosts in levels of collagen from the experiment, ALP (alkaline phosphatase) was increased by as much as 317.97%.  ALP is a main vital biochemical marker of bone metabolism.

There were also significant results from bone mineralization tests, where the percentage of bone mineralization in the cells increased by as much as 199.92% when measured during the same test.

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In summary, consciousness based healing therapies like the process implemented by LifeForce Energy Blessings may offer suitable management for various bone related disorders like osteoporosis without any of the side effects that many of today’s treatments bring to the table.