Do physical activity 

Exercises such as walking, jogging, and climbing the stairs, can help one build strong bones and slow the progression of bone loss.  

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Intake of Vitamin D

Vitamin D helps in the absorption of calcium in the body and plays several roles in improving bone health. Low vitamin D is an indication of lower bone density.

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Eat calcium-rich diet 

A calcium-rich diet helps in building bone density. The diet should include dairy products, fish, almonds etc. which are important foods contributing to bone health.

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Say no to alcohol 

Exercises such as walking, jogging, and climbing the stairs, can help one build strong bones and slow the progression of bone loss.  

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Cut down on salt intake 

Increased salt intake may contribute to decreasing calcium levels and increasing bone loss. 

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Avoid excess caffeine intake 

Exercises such as walking, jogging, and climbing the stairs, can help one build strong bones and slow the progression of bone loss.  

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Healthy Weight

Maintaining a healthy weight is an important part of staying healthy overall. With osteoporosis, weighting too little or too much can interfere with your bone health.

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Lean on Your Doctor

Your doctor and other members of your health care team are valuable resources when it comes to managing osteoporosis. They can counsel you about your lifestyle habits

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Quit Smoking 

cigarette smoking can interfere with calcium absorption, it can increase your risk of bone loss. 

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Meditation

Meditation can give you a sense of calm, peace and balance that can benefit both your emotional well-being and your overall health.

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