Osteoporosis means porous bones. After age 30 our bones lose density, unless we do something to prevent it. The loss of bone density associated with osteoporosis can go on for years without being noticed, it is painless until the fragile bones break. It is usually noticed when tests are done to determine bone density, or when there have been more than 1 fracture in a short period of time. Continue reading Exercise and Eat Right For Osteoporosis
Arthritis can make doing anything painful. While in pain, it is hard to imagine that exercise could help to reduce the pain, but in the long run, it will.
Exercise is one of the most important aspects to keeping yourself healthy. It is a way where you can take control of your health, and control how you will feel in the future. You can’t control 100% of your health, but any way that you can positively affect your health is important to take advantage of. Continue reading Exercises for Arthritis