Advice 1: How to get calcium

Lack of calcium in the body affects the condition of the bones, teeth, hair and nails. Suffer internal organs and tissues, but the excess of this substance is also harmful to humans, can form stones in the kidneys. If you have noticed an apparent shortage of calcium, it is best to consult with a specialist and then start the medication.
Instruction
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The human body can get enough calcium from the eggshell. To do this, crush the shell, thoroughly cleansed from the inner film, in a coffee grinder. Take 1 teaspoon 2-3 times a day. After a month of taking need to take a break for three months.
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Well absorbed calcium from milk and cheese, fish and meat. If you eat these foods regularly, you will forget about brittle nails and dull looking hair.
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All vitamin-mineral complexes provides the daily dose of calcium. You can take vitamins only if their composition does not cause you allergies.
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By the pronounced lack of calcium, the doctor will prescribe you medications that contain a large dose of this substance. For example: "Calcemin", "Calcium Gluconate", "Calcium Lactate", "Berroko", etc.
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If you are concerned about the poor condition of nails, hair and skin, that is not always due to lack of calcium. Visit a therapist and get tested, it is possible that you will have to apply to the endocrinologist.

Advice 2: How to determine calcium deficiency in the body

Calcium deficiency is quite insidious pathology, the consequences of which the person feels immediately, as they are practically invisible and only become apparent after months or years in the form of osteoporosis, fragile nails, hair and teeth, as well as other unpleasant diseases. However, if you define a lack of calcium in the early stage, illnesses were entirely avoidable.
Instruction
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The first signs of calcium deficiency referred the frequent occurrence of anxiety, tension, irritability and fatigue. Calcium deficiency also affects the appearance – the skin ceases to be elastic, dries and becomes dull, while nails and hair become brittle, and the teeth begin to deteriorate at a disastrous speed. In children lack of calcium often leads to the development of scoliosis and flat feet.
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In addition, when this problem arises a feeling of constant flowing of muscles also often develop cramps and bouts of muscle cramps in the legs, which are often disturbed in the night. The lack of this element in the body is manifested by involuntary tremors of the extremities, as well as the development of spastic colitis and constipation. The main part of the calcium enters the human body with food, after which it is absorbed in the intestinal tract, and its exchange occurs in the tissue of the bones. The optimum level of calcium in the blood must be from 2.15 - 2.5 mmol/L.
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Traditionally, the lack of calcium in the body is determined by laboratory and instrumental studies, representing the blood or measurement of bone density (densitometry). However, for starters, you can do without specialized diagnostic, defining the probability of its occurrence in the risk group on a number of specific factors. Thus, the person experiences a calcium deficiency if he didn't eat daily at least three servings of dairy products (yogurt, cheese, milk, cheese).
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Affects the availability of calcium and Smoking and constant stresses. However, to make up for the lack, do not have to start fanatically to eat dairy products (although their frequent consumption is the solution to the problem). Enough to buy a quality product containing in its composition calcium and vitamin D, and also to take vitamin complexes, which include the necessary human minerals – copper, magnesium, manganese, boron and zinc. They will accelerate the absorption of the calcium and allow it to be absorbed in the body to the maximum. In addition, make sure to give your body the physical activity, without which bones will not strengthen even with daily use of dairy products.
Note
People with calcium deficiency may experience strange desire – for example, he may want to eat chalk or plaster.
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