Boost Your Bone Health And Prevent Bone Loss At Any Age
Your bones perform many important functions. They protect your vital organs from damage. For example, your ribs keep your internal organs, heart, and lungs sheltered, and your skull protects your brain from injury. Your bones also keep you moving, standing, and functioning.
As we age, due to a number of factors (including activity, diet, fitness and genetics), our bone health, or “bone density ”can deteriorate.
If you lose bone density then you become more at risk for fractures. Osteoporosis causes bones to become weak and brittle. A fracture can be caused by simple things like bending over or coughing. It’s known as the ‘silent disease’, because you often don’t find out you have it until you actually fracture a bone. By then, a considerable amount of bone density may have been lost without you knowing about it.
Bone loss is a natural part of getting older. Peak bone mass (or bone density) is reached around age 30. After age 30, new bone cell formation slows down. However, there are things that you can do, regardless of your age and degree of past bone loss, to slow down your future bone loss.
- 3 Common Myths About Bone Loss
- Risk Factors for Osteoporosis
- 10 Things You Can Do to Stop Bone Loss Today
- What Exercises To Do and How to Do Them
- What If You’re Injured, Disabled, or Have Bone Loss Already?
- Resistance and Flexibility Exercises to Reduce Bone Loss
- And more…
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