Osteopenia diagnosis 

Osteopenia diagnosis: what it means and why it matters.  Osteoporosis means  that there is so much bone loss that they are actually porous. You can see  open spaces in the bones. Osteopenia is a term created to show a 'little bone loss'....the bone loss is not so great as to make the bones 'porous' (that would be Osteoporosis).

If you have received an Osteopenia diagnosis, consider yourself lucky. You are now warned that you need to do something because is you continue to lose bone at the rate you have been losing it AND you are not building new bone at a faster rate, you are going to have porous bones. And that will leave you are greater risk for a fracture. 

So the whole point about getting a bone density test it to learn how solid and strong our bones are. The whole point is to know where we are so that if we have already lost some bone, we can take steps to remedy that before we have a fracture because our bones are too weak to withstand sudden stress on them.


The good news about your Osteopenia diagnosis

The good news is that with an Osteopenia diagnosis you have some 'advanced warning'. If you make a few changes now, you can stop losing bone too fast...you can start building new, strong bone - even over the next year.  By the time you have your next bone density test, you could be back to 'normal bone density'. 

Of course the question is, how?  What can you do to rebuild bone after an Osteopenia diagnosis?

Suggestions for after you get an Osteopenia diagnosis.

First, your health care provider may suggest your taking a pharmaceutical drug. If that is the case, you will want to learn everything you can about that drug...and you may be interested in knowing if their are any alternativesto the pharmaceutical drug you were prescribed.

If this interests you just click on Pharmaceutical drugs Osteopenia, Osteoporosis

But there is more that you can do. Second, on your list of things to do, is learning what you can do to avoid any falls in the next year or so.  Why?

Well, obviously if our bones are weaker, we could suffer a fracture if we fall.  AND as we age, we lose a bit of our natural balance each year (why so many elders fall.) But there are ways to increase our natural balance and spending even 5 minutes every other day on this, will do wonders for anyone wanting to avoid falls.                            Read: Balance exercises

Third, there is a whole host of other things you can do to increase your bone density after an Osteopenia diagnosis.  If you scroll down the page lined below you will find how a weight vest can help and which type may be best for bone building. You will also find a list of herbs known for building stronger bones, foods that will increase your bone density and a host of other natural things that scientific studies show build stronger, denser bone.

Go to Natural Treatments Osteopenia, Osteoporosis.

Now a word of warning. Bone builds slowly. Building stronger bones is not like going on a quick diet for weight loss.  It will take you at least a year...maybe 2 or 3 to get your bones really strong again so you want to chose what you are going to do and build it into your daily life. Bone building is for the long haul. But it is more than worth it. Even in your old age, you can reverse bone loss. And the sooner you start, the better it will be. You can reverse your Osteopenia diagnosis....and make sure that you do not slide into Osteoporosis. Please start today.

And if you subscribe to the Newsletter, it will not only keep you informed about new research but it will serve as a monthly reminder to stick with your program.  Then when your health care provider retests your bone density and says, IT IS NOW NORMAL, you can unsubscribe and go on your way. Yes. 


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