How to Make a Bigger Penis With Penis Enlargement – Part I – Understanding Osteological Remodeling

We hope to explain how penis enlargement (through penis exercises) works by pointing out some of the natural mechanisms the body employs during its lifespan for the human being. By understanding how the “body” protects, changes, alters, and heals itself, can help us better understand how penis “enlargement” can work and make it easier to understand.

The first aspect of understanding the Penile Remodeling (enlargement) Process will have to do with understanding osteological remodeling in the human body. Or to put it more simply, how the body deals with regenerating, repairing, and effecting bones in the body and how these bones can and are altered during added osteological (boney) stresses.

When a bone is broken or fractured, if the fractured portions are properly held in proper alignment, through a cast or splinting device, the fractured portions will heal up fairly normally. What happens is that a calcium bridge is created between the fractured portions. This channel fills with bone and the entire area actually becomes thicker and stronger. This is how previous fractures (that have healed) are usually easily visible on x-rays, and this is because the areas of bone near the fractured portions are more dense with calcium. The area where the fracture occurred has been made stronger by the healing process of the body when it was repaired.

The reason that this area is now stronger, is because the body understands that if this area fractured, then the body realizes that it is compromised for the stresses that we incurred which caused the fracture. The body believes that this area will be prone to refracture, if the same stresses are encountered in this region at a future date Hips enlargement. So, the body lays down more calcium in this area to make this area stronger, when it heals, in case such stressful forces are encountered in this region again. This will help prevent a refracturing of the region.

In this way, we can see how the body deals with bones that are under too much strain, broken, and in the repairment cycle, are made naturally stronger to prevent such problems in the future.

Another important aspect (with bones and other tissues) is to look at the “use it or lose it” methodology of the human body. Again, we will apply it to bones. For example, a person who is less active as they get older, especially as is the case with women more than men, get what boney condition? They get osteoporosis. This is a porosity to the bones, meaning that they are less dense and less strong. The reason these bones aren’t as strong is because they haven’t had enough “stress” applied to them through physical activity. In other words, “use it or lose it.” If you want to keep your bones strong and healthy, it is important that they are “stressed” daily to ensure that your body continues to lay down plenty of calcium to make them strong and tough.

Another way of looking at this is to understand something about the size of the head of the femur and body weight. The “head” of the femur is the rounded portion of your leg bone that articulates (moves) with your hip. This is a ball-and-socket type of joint.

It is possible, by measuring this “head,” to fairly accurately determine what the weight of the person is, simply based on the size of this head. This is used in anthropology and archaeology quite a bit to determine what weight someone may have been at the time of their death. It’s also worth noting that overall physical height can also be fairly accurately determined through measuring this (femoral) bone.

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