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20 Signs and Treatments for Osteoporosis

7. You’re Older Aged.

One of the biggest risk factors and signs of osteoporosis is older age. As your body and bones get older, there is more wear and tear caused from a variety of lifestyle choices. Due to this, your bones could be strong, weak, brittle, or weakening as you age. While there is no magic number for when you can get osteoporosis, your risk certainly increases the older you get and if you are older than 65 years, you are certainly at heightened risk. Consider having your doctor assess you as much as possible throughout the years and be sure to document anything that occurs with your bones over the years.