Due to the slowing down of bone cell generation, bones become brittle and break easily with minimum impact. This condition is called osteoporosis and affects 29% women between the ages of 30 and 60. There is a chance that osteoporosis goes undetected until a fracture occurs. However, it could be osteoporosis if you experience:

  • Sudden back pain, which gets worse when standing up.
  • Widespread pain in back and joints
  • Back pain that gets relieved when lying down.
  • Pain while twisting and bending.
  • Tiredness and stiffness
  • Posture changes in the back and along the spine.


  • Aging: Most patients are 30-60 years old.
  • Heredity: A person is prone to osteoporosis if the condition is present in family history.
  • Gender: Women are more affected than men.
  • Race: Caucasian and Asian women are more prone to osteoporosis.
  • Low body weight/bone mass weight: Shorter people are at greater risk of osteoporosis.
  • Low sex hormones: Post-menopausal women are more affected.
  • Deficiency in Vitamin D or Calcium: The lack of essential minerals decreases bone mass, making it more susceptible to the condition.

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