Menopause related bone loss is just another thing we have to look forward to with aging. Menopause is the transition between two important phases of a woman’s life: from the child-bearing years to their end, the cessation of menstruation. Complex hormonal changes occur during these 5 to 10 years. Understanding the many potentially-dangerous changes in your body chemistry will help you eliminate bone loss during menopause.
Menopause brings a drastic reduction in the vital hormone estrogen. Estrogen affects the absorption of calcium into the bones. Bones can become less dense, brittle and prone to breakage. This makes a woman more susceptible to fractures and broken bones.Read More >