• At A Glance decreased bone density but not to the extent of osteoporosis; this decreased bone density leads to bone fragility and an increased chance of breaking a bone (fracture). 
Women menopausal are having more risk factors for bone loss. 
An adequate intake of calcium and vitamin D, avoid excessive alcohol, not smoking, and getting plenty of exercise and most importantly in take of fluids like water (unless not restricted) can help prevent osteopenia.


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