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Herpeset Review

by Emily Jacob (2019-01-24)

Bones in the body constantly Herpeset undergo destruction and formation caused by the bone forming cells called the osteoblast and bone destroying cells called the osteoclasts. Osteoporosis plays around three main factors causing the bones to become fragile or brittle. These factors include: too much bone destruction, insufficient bone formation and lesser development of bone mineral density. Older women are more vulnerable to this condition primarily after the menopausal period since the hormone estrogen rapidly declines. Estrogen inhibits "osteoclastic" activity or bone destruction. Without this hormone, bone formation cannot compensate with the magnitude of bone disintegration.