By: Paul Xiong and Igor Klibanov
Generally speaking, everyone knows what osteoporosis is: weak bones. But what happens when you have weak bones? In other words, what are the symptoms of osteoporosis? That’s exactly what we’ll cover in this article.
You’re probably here because you either suspect you have osteoporosis and want to know what the symptoms are, or you’ve recently been diagnosed with osteoporosis and are curious about what the future holds for you.
If you’re part of the latter and haven’t noticed any significant symptoms, there’s a good reason for that (which you will find out later in this article).
So, get ready to learn about:
● What is osteoporosis
● Bone strength progression
● Osteoporosis symptoms in the later stages
● And some indicators of osteoporosis
But first, who am I?
My name is Igor, and I’m the author of the Amazon bestselling book, Osteoporosis Reversal Secrets. I’m also a certified personal trainer who specializes in helping clients with osteoporosis improve their bone density, bone strength, and prevent fractures and falls.
I know how scary having osteoporosis can be, so don’t worry as I’ll help you better understand this condition.
Now, without further ado, let’s get into our first topic:
WHAT IS OSTEOPOROSIS?
Osteoporosis is one of the many musculoskeletal diseases, that occurs when too much bone mass is lost, and the loss of old bone is greater than the creation of new bone.
The condition is characterized by weak bones. They’re thin, brittle, and prone to breaking or fracturing. For better or worse, osteoporosis is known as a “silent disease,” meaning you don’t usually see any symptoms, or know if you do have osteoporosis until you experience a fracture. So, why is this good and bad?
It’s good that osteoporosis has no symptoms so you can go through your normal day without any sort of discomfort or make significant changes. The science behind this is that bones have no sensation, and whether your bones are…