Women with multiple births are more likely suffer from osteoporosis
Bone disease is the most common and frequently-occurring disease in normal life. According to research, female suffering from osteoporosis disease more common than male population in the world. So, Women should pay more attention to the prevention of osteoporosis disease in life. So, which group of women is more prone to osteoporosis and how to reduce an incidence of it? Is really multiple births woman got osteoporosis more often than others?
Which group of women are more prone to osteoporosis?
Women with multiple births
Childbearing age of this group of women usually will continue into middle age. During this period, easily lead to bone loss if the calcium supplement is not enough.
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Modern slim shape body
Woman with small body shape or low body weight has a negative balance of metabolism. This will affect calcium don’t correspond to it intake from the body outside.
Women prefer vegetarian in order to lose weight. Improper diet will lead body to the lack of calcium.
Smoking and drinking alcohol lifestyle
This kind of bad habits seriously affects the normal intake and absorption of calcium and other nutritional substances by the body.
Lack of outdoor activity and sunbathe.
“Fear of sunbathe” and “fear of sports” body can not synthesize enough vitamin D. Vitamin D is the most important metabolic substance for calcium absorption by intestine and kidney. You may also check our another article about Simply take calcium or vitamin D supplements can’t make children grow taller.
The genetic factors of parents
If the mother, grandmother suffering from osteoporosis may affect children also suffer from the same disease.
Now the female osteoporosis incidence rate is rising year after year. The incidence of this bone disease has been far more than men. Women have to pay more attention to this problem, take some necessary precautions for preventing osteoporosis.
You may find some helpful information from our osteoporosis category.