The bones are soft, elastic and malleable, and simply bend and deform after being compressed. Children’s bone development is characterized by elasticity and easy deformation of bones, and incomplete ossification of carpal bones. Muscle is weak, endurance is poor, and fatigue is simple, so children may have waist weakness. So, what should children do if their waist is weak?
If the child has weak waist and knees and weak legs, it may be osteoporosis. At the early stage of osteoporosis, the symptoms were soreness of waist and knees and weakness of legs. In the later stage, the patient’s back and waist will have obvious pain. In this case, we must pay attention to early prevention, and consider taking tablets or taking vitamin D orally to avoid calcium loss.
Children’s bone hardness is poor, especially children who have just learned to walk, and their center of gravity is easy to shift, which is not conducive to bone development. Therefore, children should not be sedentary. It is recommended that children aged 2-3 years should sit for no more than 30 minutes and keep a correct sitting position.
In addition, due to the thin annular ligament of the radial head at the elbow of children, subluxation of the radial head is also easy to occur. If the child suddenly falls down on the road, the child may be dislocated. When walking hand in hand, we should pay attention to the communication between the left and right hands. Children’s bones are not fully developed, and their bones are low in density and high in toughness, but they cannot be affected by external forces, otherwise they will be fractured.
Parents can properly supplement some calcium for their children to strengthen their bones. Milk, eggs, beans, fish, lean meat and other foods are rich in calcium. You can also do more sports and sunbathe. Exercise can promote metabolism, accelerate blood circulation, deliver more nutrients to bone tissues, accelerate bone growth and make bones denser. In addition, keep a good sitting and standing posture. Parents should always pay attention to the correct posture of children sitting, standing and walking. Equipment such as tables and chairs must be suitable for children’s physical development, otherwise it will easily lead to diseases such as hunchback and rickets.