Most people believe that fractures only occur due to traumatic injuries. Although a large number of fractures occur due to trauma, fractures can be caused by repetitive stress and osteoporosis. Unfortunately, a number of working environments can lead to fractures due to repetitive stress and osteoporosis.
Fortunately, your employees can take several measures to avoid sustaining fractures. One of the best ways to do so would be to ensure that your employees get enough calcium and vitamin D in their diets. Occupational health specialists, such as those from U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group, often provide tips on how to increase calcium and vitamin D intake. Do not hesitate to share the following tips with your employees.
Soak up some rays
Our main source of vitamin D comes from the sun as our body naturally converts sunlight into vitamin D. Unfortunately, exposure to sunlight can be difficult for office workers.