Osteoporosis and Bone Health

Osteoporosis is a bone disease that causes bones to weaken and shatter easily. Osteoporosis primarily affects older women, however aversion develops while you are younger. You can build bone mass and counteract bone misfortune regardless of your age. Broken bones caused by osteoporosis cause serious medical concerns and incapacity in older women. Estrogen is essential for bone development and maintenance. Osteoporosis is referred to as a "silent" illness. You may suffer from bone misfortune for a long time with no symptoms until you break a bone. A shattered bone can result in excruciating agony and incapacity. It can make doing simple tasks like strolling alone more difficult. Alcoholism, hyperthyroidism, kidney illness, anorexia, and some drugs, such as chemotherapy, antiseizure, glucocorticoids, pump inhibitors, and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, all raise the risk of osteoporosis. Simple approaches such as a healthy diet, exercise, avoiding drugs, making lifestyle changes, and so on help to reduce bone loss in conjunction with hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

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