How to strengthen bones in Menopause
Eating well, investing in calcium-rich foods and exercising are great natural strategies to strengthen bones, but in some cases the gynecologist or nutritionist may recommend taking a calcium supplement to ensure strong bones and prevent fractures and their complications.
If a woman suspects bone problems, she should see a general practitioner to assess her bone health through a densitometry test and begin appropriate treatment, which may include hormone replacement drugs or dietary supplements.
To strengthen the bones in menopause a woman must:
It is important to follow these tips because, after menopause, there is a great loss of hormones, causing a decrease in bone mass and leaving the bones thinner and weaker. Thus, after menopause osteoporosis is common, which can lead to fractures in the bones or deformation of the spine, becoming humpbacked.
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