Spine Osteopenia, Osteoporosis

Spine Osteopenia, Osteoporosis is a serious situation. But you can reverse your bone loss if you take action now.  First, I compliment you on having the good sense to research this topic.  Not everyone does. Some wait until they have a diagnosis of Osteoporosis and/or suffer one of the tiny fractures on the front of a vertebra that leads to kyphosis or dowagers hump.  

I feel sure that you have seen some older women with back humps (some men too). Those humps begin when someone with Spine Osteopenia or Osteoporosis bends forward and the front edge of one of their veterbra is crushed or crumbles.  Once kyphosis starts, it is easy for it to get worse. That is why you need to build stronger bones in your spine NOW. 

But before we get to the bone building, there is some EMERGENCY advice you'll want. What is it? Simple. When bending forward, ALWAYS bend from your hips,  and keep your spine STRAIGHT. Try it now. Stand and bend forward...keeping your spine straight. Bend as though you are going to pick something off the floor. Can't reach the floor with a straight spine?  OK. Sit in a chair and bend to the side (keeping your spine straight) and pick the object off the floor.

Got it? Good. Now that is the way you are going to bend ...at least until you have built sufficient bone density that you no longer have Spine Osteopenia or Osteoporosis. This kind of bending will prevent small spinal fractures.  But of course, you want more.  You want to know how to reverse your Spinal Osteopenia or Osteoporosis - how to build a strong, dense spine.

Reversing  Spine Osteopenia, Osteoporosis

One of the most effective methods for building stronger bones in your spine, is the used of a weight vest. But not just any weight vest. Many vests found in sports stores are designed to increase  strength of your spine quickly. This may be good for building stronger muscles but remember bone builds more slowly.  

 You want a weight vest that uses small weights...really small ones... so you can keep increasing the weight on your spine for many weeks...even months. And the good         news is that such a weight vest now exits.                                              

A few years ago, the makers of Hypervest contacted me about their vest. They even sent me one to try out. I did. I not only found it comfortable but I found that it allowed me to increase the weight on my spinal vertebra for weeks on end WITHOUT reaching a point where the weights would be so heavy as to leave the me in danger of 'tipping over' if I bent forward or to the side. (Something that is a real problem with many 'body builder' weight vests)

If you have Spinal Osteopenia or Osteoporosis, I suggest that you check out this  weight vest. Oh, and don't be surprised by the company web site. Most customers of this company are body builders and the web site design is geared towards athletes.  Still this company sells, what to me, is one of the very best weight vests for our purposes of building stronger bones.  Why not check out the special Spine Osteopenia Osteoporosis Weight Vest now.