Bones in the elderly people tend to break suddenly, resembling osteoporosis. This again is not due to any shortage of calcium in the body.
The excess calcium that accumulates within the body because of under-urination induces the brain to shed them off rapidly, before any damage could occur. This results in the formation of large number of pores in the bones, and thereby weakening of the bone structure, resulting in easy rupture.
As described under osteoporosis, the prevention method requires consumption of adequate quantity of water (2L), and liberal urination (about 8–10 times) on all days.
In addition, alkaline foods and fruits that are rich in calcium should be avoided, while at the same time, acid fruits and foods should be consumed.
After a month or so, the ratio of alkaline:foods should be in the range of 3:2 (i.e., three parts or 60% of alkaline foods and 2 parts or 40% of acid foods should be consumed).
This way, the spontaneous fracture can be certainly avoided altogether.
See Osteoporosis, Menopause.