High G-force activities as osteoporosis prevention and therapy
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The idea backstory
- Bugatti Veyron acceleration from 1-100 kph 2.3 s - 1.2 G
- Deceleration from 173 km/h to zero in a distance of about 0.66 m - 180 G
- Space Shuttle launching and re-entry - 3 G
- Roller Coasters - up to 6.3 G
- Average passing out limit - 5 G
- Death and serious injury - 50 G
- Fighter Jet flight - up to 9 G
The idea itself
- high-speed racing could be turn therapeutical if only fast accelerations anddecellerations were considered
- roller-coasters with less curves and more up's and down's could be beneficial
- trampoline arena's should be promoted as health experiences, but special caution is needed in order to prevent injuries
- gyms and therapeutic centres could implement g-force rooms where users could experience short space-fligh G forces
Problems to consider
Not just osteoporosis but other diseases involving hormonal imbalances, too
Battaglino, R.A., Nguyen, N., Summers, M. et al. Factors associated with osteocalcin in men with spinal cord injury: findings from the FRASCI study. Spinal Cord 57, 1014–1022 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41393-019-0327-8