Staying fit while aging can be tricky, but so essential for a longer, happier life. The key is figuring out the best way to stay active for your body. I wanted to share what the Mayo Clinic provides for those who suffer from osteoporosis & ways to stay active while being good to your bones.
If you have osteoporosis, you might mistakenly think exercise will lead to fracture. In fact, though, using your muscles helps protect your bones.
Osteoporosis is a major cause of disability in older women. So if you have osteoporosis, how can you reduce your risk of the spinal problems and broken bones that can result in loss of mobility and independence?
The answer: Exercise.
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