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To move forward and improve your outlook on life with osteoporosis, you must first realize that the power to change begins with you.
Falling is bad. Falling when you have osteoporosis is even worse.
Aging and osteoporosis is so linked, that it is more helpful to consider treatments that target both instead of one or the other.
Having a plan to reduce stress and improve overall well-being will help your ability to limit the influence of anxiety and depression on your life.
Curious as to how stress affects your health? The more stress you have, the more likely you are to have osteoporosis. This tips will help reduce stressors!
The relationship between depression and self-esteem is important to acknowledge as many people with osteoporosis become self-conscious about how they look.
With any chronic condition, like osteoporosis, quality of life should not take a back seat to quantity of life. Follow these steps for maximum enjoyment!