The combined treatment of Vitamin D3 and K2 helps to increase bone formation and resorption, with the greatest effect on lumbar bone mass density and vertebral fracture incidence in low-age, mild osteoporosis subjects, and mild postmenopausal osteoporosis.
Vitamin D is crucial for bone health, but insufficient intake can lead to diseases, increased bone metabolism, and increased risk of fractures. Research shows that vitamin D supplementation in the elderly can improve bone mineral density, muscle function, and reduce falls.
A 3-month clinical test was conducted to patients exhibiting temporomandibular disorders (TMD). Vitamin D supplementation and stabilization splint therapy to the patients. Results show that centric stabilization splint helps in improving symptoms of TMD patients and Vitamin D supplementation provided faster relief in those cases.