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Lack of sleep may cause osteoporosis

Posted by nutritionist 02/05/2017 0 Comment(s) specific concern,

Insomnia may not just make you feel tired the next day but also weaken your bone. Researchers at the University of Colorado found that healthy men had lower levels of bone formation after just three weeks of sleep problem. The researchers also suggest that sleep disruption may be most detrimental to bone metabolism earlier in life, when bone growth and accrual are crucial for long-term skeletal health.

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