Bone loss: Back pain after sitting in office chair for a long time

Bone loss or osteoporosis is a common occurrence as we age. However, recently, the risk of osteoporosis has been increasing among young people as well, due to our less care towards bone. Regular consumption of fried food, street-side oily and spicy food, and restaurant food can damage our bones. For smokers, bone problems can start earlier in life. There are certain symptoms to watch out for before bone problems become too severe. If you experience any of these symptoms, seek medical attention to avoid future suffering:

1. Many people experience back pain from sitting in front of a computer for hours at work. However, regular exercise and yoga can alleviate this pain. If the pain persists for a long time, it may indicate poor bone health.

2. The health of your nails can indicate whether your bones are strong or not. If you have Brittle nails, it may be a sign of weak bones.

3. Do you experience pain when grasping objects or holding a glass? These symptoms may be indicative of weak bones.

4. Weak bones can also lead to loose gums and tooth loss at an early age.

5. Weak bones increase the risk of injury. Be cautious if you experience bone fractures from slight injuries during exercise or walking. Take care of your bones!

This news is a creative derivative product from articles published in famous peer-reviewed journals and Govt reports:

1. Marsman, A. F., de Jongh, R. T., Teunissen, B. P., & Lems, W. F. (2024). Bone loss and new vertebral fractures during treatment with romosozumab: a case-report. Archives of Osteoporosis, 19(1), 10.
2. Hatano, M., Koizumi, Y., Yamamoto, N., Miyoshi, K., Kawabata, K., Tanaka, T., … & Kataoka, Y. (2024). Anti-osteoporotic drug efficacy for periprosthetic bone loss after total hip arthroplasty: A systematic review and network meta-analysis. Journal of Orthopaedic Science.
3. Heggli, I., Mengis, T., Laux, C. J., Opitz, L., Herger, N., Menghini, D., … & Dudli, S. (2024). Low back pain patients with Modic type 1 changes exhibit distinct bacterial and non-bacterial subtypes. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage Open, 6(1), 100434.
4. Ryu, J. H., Kim, Y. J., & Choi, S. S. (2024). The Effect of Percutaneous Vertebroplasty in Glucocorticoid Induced Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures: A Case Report. Journal of Advances in Medicine and Medical Research, 36(1), 10-17.
5. Hamazaspyan, A., Kedia, A., & Weinstock, M. (2024). Case Report of Renal Cell Carcinoma Presenting to Urgent Care with Indolent Back Pain: A Wolf in Sheep’s Cloth-ing. J Urgent Care Med, 18(5), 17-22.

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