Osteoporosis: A guide to prevention and treatment
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The statistics are shocking. An estimated 64 million Americans over age 50 are expected to have low bone density or osteoporosis by 2020. Osteoporosis often has no symptoms, but the fractures it causes can be life changing. In fact, 60% of people who break their hip never fully regain their previous level of functioning, often making them lose their independence.
Although bone loss is inevitable — osteoporosis is not!
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Don’t wait for a broken bone to fight osteoporosis. This report helps you understand your risks for bone loss and osteoporosis, and brings you the best ways to improve your bone health.
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- Why your hips and vertebrae are so susceptible to fractures
- The truth about calcium supplements and whether they’re harmful to your heart
- The foods that naturally contain vitamin D
- 5 osteoporosis risk factors you can control
- How consuming more than 2 alcoholic drinks a day increases your risk for low bone density and fractures
- The test that helps determine your fracture risk and shows how well bone-building medications are working
- The simple blood test that can tell if your bones are getting weaker
Try this exercise for better bone health.
Strength-training exercises create stresses on the bones throughout your body, stimulating extra deposits of calcium and nudging bone-forming cells into action. Try this exercise now and then send for your report to get more!
Bridge — exercises the muscles of the back, backs of the thighs, and buttocks
Lie on your back on a mat with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Put your hands next to your hips with palms flat on the floor. Keep your back straight as you lift your buttocks as high as you can off the mat, using your hands for balance only. Pause. Lower your buttocks without touching the mat, then lift again. Do eight to 12 repetitions. Rest and repeat the set.
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Strength training and balance exercises for bone health.
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