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Did you know? As we age, changes in bones, muscles and joints may affect our strength4,5,
balance 6and flexibility7,8 to perform our daily activities.
May lose up to 20% of our
bone density during
5-7 years after menopause1
May lose up to 29% of our
Significant degeneration of
joint cartilage in our 40s3
1 National Osteoporosis Foundation. 2009. Hormones and Healthy Bones
2 Daly et al., 2013. Gender specific age-related changes in bone density, muscle strength & functional performance in the elderly: a 10-year prospective population-based study. BMC Geriatrics 13:71
3 Chung, Aging in Human Joint; Articular cartilage. 1996. Journal of the National Medical Association. 58 (2): 87 – 95
4 Doherty TJ. 2003. Physiology of Aging. Invited Review: Aging and sarcopenia
5 Bone health and osteoporosis: a report of the Surgeon General. – Rockville, Md.: U.S Dept. of Health and Human Service, Office of Surgeon General. 2004
6 Seene K & Kaasik P. Muscle weakness in the elderly: role of sarcopenia, dynapenia, and possibilities for rehabilitation. 2012. Eur Rev Aging Phys Act (2012) 9:109-117
7 Adams. Aging: Its Effects on Strength, Power, Flexibility, and Bone Density. 1999. National Strength & Conditioning Association. 1999. 21 (2): 65 – 77