The Risk of Suffering from Osteopenia When You Live With Less Moves

It feels certain we are tired of hearing the statement that lack of movement or exercise can cause various diseases. Unfortunately, even though many know this fact, there are still many people who don’t care about their health. Have you ever heard about Osteopenia.

Sitting in front of a computer all day is a trigger for a variety of health problems that we cause ourselves. One of the health problems that arise is osteopenia. Osteopenia is the beginning of osteoporosis, bone loss.

not because you feel young and then you think you can be free from the threat of bone loss. Osteopenia can attack anyone without age. “A few months ago, I was sentenced to osteopenia by a doctor. The doctor said osteopenia appeared because I lacked exercise and moved. Initially quite shocked and did not think I could get osteopenia because this year alone I just turned 25 years old. What I know is that bone problems generally occur in elderly women. After getting an explanation from the doctor, I also understood why I could get osteopenia. To prevent bad luck, I am currently trying to start exercising regularly and also taking calcium.

Yes, bone loss that starts with osteopenia can indeed affect anyone. For your information, currently, bone loss is not only a monopoly of elderly women. Osteoporosis can also threaten young people. Unhealthy lifestyle, smoking, alcohol, and also lack of exercise or movement; is a trigger for osteopenia (early symptoms of osteoporosis). Do not think that bone loss is only a monopoly of elderly women, young women and men are at risk of being exposed to bone loss if their lifestyle is not healthy and also lacks calcium intake

It turns out that it’s not just a problem of obesity and heart disease that lurks in an unhealthy lifestyle, even bone loss is one of the problems that are ready to threaten. It’s trivial indeed, but of course, you don’t want it if you have to suffer from osteopenia and even osteoporosis at a young age ?! If at an early age of 20 we already have bone problems, imagine how our condition will be for the next 5 or 10 years?