Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Boron Benefits: Bones, Joints, Menopause

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How Boron Intake Positively Affects the Bones, Joints and Menopausal Women

Boron is one of the natural minerals whose health benefits are not fully realized and known. It is one of the chemicals that is always present in nature in bound form, that is, not present in free state.

For humans, this is a trace element that you require in very very little quantity. You would like to know about its ability to support health and its preventive benefits.

How Boron Benefits You:

It is beneficial for many physiological activities and organs. Bones, nervous system and reproductive tissues are the organs most benefited with its use. The epidemiological and other studies support it as one of the natural prostate remedies for better and natural prostate health.

Boron For Joints and Bone Health:

It supports health of bones in two ways – first, it helps support the mineralization of bones, second, it checks the outflow of calcium and other minerals. It results in strong bones. This activity makes it useful in conditions like Osteoporosis.

It also has a check on the loss of calcium and magnesium through urine. It keeps the blood levels of these minerals.

Degenerative changes in bones, cartilage and joints are a common feature in different forms of arthritis. Its ability to maintain mineralization of bones and check demineralization makes it a good supplement for preventing degenerative changes in joints.

Boron For Menopausal Women:

It is reported that people who take it as supplements or in diet have better level of serum estrogen and ionized calcium. This is especially important in women menopausal ladies. The improved serum estrogen and ionized calcium tend to relieve menopausal symptoms like vaginal dryness and hot flashes. Better ionized calcium in blood is also helpful in preventing osteoporosis or restricting its severity.

Arjun
As a native Indian and an Ayurvedic holistic healer, Arjun writes in the lane of herbal healing and home remedies. Certification: BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery With Modern Medicine).

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