Most of us wrongly assume that osteoporosis is an age-related health issue. Although it is extremely common among the elderly, it doesn’t necessarily mean that young adults won’t have to deal with it. That’s why it’s a good idea to lower your odds of developing this disease starting today.
The future is ultimately uncertain, but it’s better to be prepared than sorry because the things you do when you are younger have a massive impact on your health later on.
According to NOF, the National Osteoporosis Foundation, the disease in which your bones are weakened to the point where they can easily break when you perform a simple task such as climbing stairs or dancing is called osteoporosis.
With approximately 54 million American people suffering from osteoporosis, you should definitely consider lowering your odds—here are some clues about how you could do that.