VIDEOS TO LOVE YOUR BONES
You might not believe your bone health should be at the top of your radar, but, after all, how many of us have known family and friends who have struggled with a broken hip or a compressed spine?
While it is true that bone issues appear more frequently in older people, taking care of your bones when you are younger ensures bone mineral density is as strong as it can be before menopause sets in.
Several things can impact how our bone health may deteriorate over time. First, you might be taking steps to be proactive about your bone health, and incorporating non-traditional wellness habits such as red-light therapy.
Osteoporosis is a condition in which bones become weak and brittle. Those who have osteoporosis are at a higher risk of developing bone fractures. Many factors affect osteoporosis risk, including diet, exercise, and genetics.
Several medications or forms of therapies are available to prevent further bone loss. Although there are more options than what’s included on the list below, this is a start to begin thinking about what you can integrate to help with bone loss as you get older.
Unfortunately, being diagnosed with breast cancer can lead to a ripple effect of health issues that patients are not always aware of. Exposure to harsh treatments forces the body to change rapidly. One of the potential changes is the drastic loss of bone mass in the body, leading to osteoporosis.