Bone health should never be neglected and no matter what your age you are always at risk for poor bone health. Although the bones become weaker with age, it is never too expensive to take care of the body’s structural structure from an early age.
Bone loss usually occurs after the age of 40, after which the erosion process accelerates. Decreased estrogen levels, less physical activity, less calcium in the diet, tobacco use and smoking reduce bone mass.
Hormones also affect bone health. “Excessive thyroid hormone can cause bone loss. In women, bone loss during menopause increases dramatically due to a decrease in estrogen levels. Absence of prolonged menstruation (amenorrhea) increases the risk of osteoporosis in men.” Mass loss, “says experts at Myoclinic.