WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE SILENT EPIDEMIC!
Osteoporosis is caused when bone mass decreases. This results in the bones becoming more susceptible to fracture. Bone is constantly being broken down and reabsorbed by cells which are osteoclasts, and then rebuilt by other cells called osteoblasts. As you age, more bone is reabsorbed than replaced.
One of the first osteoporosis symptoms is back pain. Many patients ignore this or confuse it with the onset of arthritis. But, if you are experiencing back pain, ask your doctor whether a bone density scan is warranted.
Osteoporosis affects at least 12 million people in the USA. The condition causes the bones to become more fragile and therefore prone to fractures, along with pain, a loss of movement, and an inability to perform daily tasks. One in two women and one in five men in will suffer a fracture after the age of 50. OSTEOPOROSIS
covers topics such as who is affected, what the risk factors are, and how patients can prevent or lessen the effects. This eBook book looks at diagnosis and treatment and is a basic guide for understanding and coping with this debilitating disease.OSTEOPOROSIS
contains the following chapters:
- OSTEOPOROSIS SYMPTONS – WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THE SILENT EPIDEMIC
- OSTEOPOROSIS CAUSES THE BONES TO BECOME BRITTLE
- BONE HEALTH WITH OSTEOPOROSIS
- OSTEOPOROSIS EFFECTS ON THE BODY
- RISK DETECTORS FOR OSTEOPOROSIS – BONE DENSITY TESTS
- OSTEOPOROSIS MEDICINES – TYPES OF TREATMENT
- FORTEO OSTEOPOROSIS TREATMENT – THE PROS AND CONS
- HOW TO MANAGE CHRONIC OSTEOPOROSIS PAIN
- OSTEOPOROSIS EXERCISES TO KEEP YOU LIMBER
- WHAT YOUR DOCTOR SHOULD BE DOING
If you’ve been searching for information for yourself or for a loved one who may be suffering from this terrible disease, OSTEOPOROSIS
is what you need! Order your copy today!OSTEOPOROSIS (pss9) is available for PERSONAL USE ONLY and may not be reproduced, given away, or resold in any format. The information contained in this manual is not presented by a medical practitioner and is for educational and informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard.