Osteoporosis is defined as “porous bone.” Since the condition weakens bones, having it increases your chance of sudden, unforeseen bone fractures. If you have osteoporosis, your bones are weaker and have less mass.

Low calcium consumption increases a person’s risk of developing osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is caused by a lifelong deficiency in calcium. Low calcium consumption increases the risk of fractures, early bone loss, and decreased bone density. Some symptoms, however, such receding gums, weakened grip, and more brittle fingernails, may be early warning indicators. The most typical signs of later-stage osteoporosis include bone fractures, a loss of height, a hunched posture, back or neck pain, and these symptoms.

Although osteoporosis cannot be totally reversed and is not thought to be curable, you can reduce bone loss by changing your diet and lifestyle. Additionally, your doctor might give you medication to promote bone growth and slow bone loss.


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