Decreased bone density

What is decreased bone density?

Decreased bone density, also known as osteopenia or osteoporosis, is a common condition characterized by porous and brittle bones that are more susceptible to fractures. This happens when old bone cells are broken down faster than new bone tissue can be created to replace them.

Some key things to know about decreased bone density:

If left untreated, decreased bone density may result in debilitating bone fractures - including in the wrist, hip and vertebrae - even from a minor fall or bump. That's why early detection and proactive bone health management are so important!

If you're concerned about your bone density, consider scheduling a bone density screening with Balance Hormone Clinic. Our caring medical team specializes in customized bone health solutions featuring diet plans, supplements, hormone therapies and more to help you build strength in your bones again.

Now back to more on decreased bone density...

Who is most at risk?

Certain populations have increased likelihood of developing decreased bone density:

What can you do?

The good news is decreased bone density and even osteoporosis can often be prevented and managed through:

I hope this overview gives you a better understanding of decreased bone density! Let me know if you have any other questions.

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