Osteoporosis Awareness Diploma
Osteoporosis means ‘porous bone’; it is a medical condition in which bones become brittle and fragile, thus leading to breaking bones from minor injuries like a fall or even simple actions like sneezing. Osteoporosis may be caused due to hormonal changes or deficiency of mineral calcium or vitamin D. People with osteoporosis either lose too much bone or make too little or both, making their bones have less density or mass, resulting in abnormal bone structure and weak bone tissue. Osteoporosis is a severe disease as weak bones break, accompanied by severe pain that may not quickly disappear. Statistics tell us that around one in every two women and approximately one in four men aged above 50 will get a broken bone from osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is most likely to affect the bones in the hip, spine and wrist and if the bones of the spine collapse or break, your body posture changes. Osteoporosis can even cause some people to lose their height. Osteoporosis restrains body movement and agility, which keeps people from doing everyday activities leading to isolation and depression. Osteoporosis also leads to other health problems, and those affected may require long-term nursing and care. Lack of osteoporosis awareness is a serious issue because osteoporosis is responsible for two million broken bones every year, which translates to $19 billion spent annually on osteoporosis. This amount is expected to reach around $25 billion annually by 2025, with three million broken bones. Osteoporosis Awareness Diploma is an introductory course that provides insights into what is dubbed as a ‘silent disease because of its scarcity of noticeable symptoms. Osteoporosis Awareness Diploma is a highly recommended course for everyone, especially those in their middle ages and leading a sedentary lifestyle.
What you will learn
3:The Major Risk Factors of Osteoporosis
4:Osteoporosis in Men and Children
5:Maintaining Strong Bones through Healthy Diet
6:Exercise to Maintain Healthy Bones
7:Dangers of Fragile Bones
8:Finding a Doctor
10:Drugs for Osteoporosis
After completing the course, you will receive a diploma certificate and an academic transcript from Elearn college.
Each unit concludes with a multiple-choice examination. This exercise will help you recall the major aspects covered in the unit and help you ensure that you have not missed anything important in the unit. The results are readily available, which will help you see your mistakes and look at the topic once again. If the result is satisfactory, it is a green light for you to proceed to the next chapter.
Elearn College is a registered Ed-tech company under the UK Register of Learning( Ref No:10062668). After completing a course, you will be able to download the certificate and the transcript of the course from the website. For the learners who require a hard copy of the certificate and transcript, we will post it for them for an additional charge.