Knowledge of Osteoporosis and Bone Health in women

Osteoporosis is a skeletal disorder distinguished by low bone mass; Osteoporosis becomes more common with age. Person with Osteoporosis may have chronic pain in women. Bones that commonly break in the body include vertebrae, bones of the forearm, and at hips portion. To prevent Osteoporosis women should intake good diet and do regular basic exercise, and fall prevention. However women in the postmenopausal age and older are mostly affected to this osteoporosis. The consequences of osteoporotic fracture the bones of elderly women and results in the increase of disabled people in an ageing society.

Generally women start losing their bone strength at the age after 35years.The process of Bone breaking down the bone structure and again building up the bone structure in the body are termed bone remodelling. Women should have proper intake of nutritious food to increase the percentage of calcium in bones. In women estrogen hormones are needed to maintain healthy balance between bone resorption and bone remodelling.

Symptoms of Osteoporosis and Bone Health in women

  • Back pain caused by a Fractured Vertebra
  • Loss of Height over time
  • Bending Observed in the Back Vertebrae
  • Breakage of Bones Frequency Increases
  • Rib Cage Pain

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