Your skeletal system begins to lose bone density at the ages of 30 and 40, respectively, for women and men.
International Osteoporosis Foundation estimates Osteoporosis affects 1 in 8 men and 1 in 3 women in India. Osteoporosis was also found in a surprising number of young women.
Women’s estrogen and men’s testosterone play a significant role in bone health.
The main symptoms are chronic back and leg pain, as well as discomfort in the chest, hips, wrists, and pelvis.
Taking a calcium supplement and going for a jog in the sun are good ways to begin.
Changing one’s lifestyle can have a positive impact.
Dairy products and soy products, as well as sesame seeds, nuts and vegetables like broccoli and turnip are all good additions to the diet.
Avoid fatty and fried foods, sodas and alcohol, smoking.
Supplement with B12.
Maintain a regular exercise regimen.