Age Related Muscle Loss – How to Prevent Sarcopenia?

As we get older, we are more prone to lose muscle mass and strength. This condition is called sarcopenia, and it occurs as early as our thirties and forties, depending on different lifestyle factors. Sarcopenia is linked to an increased risk of physical disability and injuries, cardiovascular problems, depression, and even death. And with the aging of our population, it is estimated that by 2050, 1/3 of the world’s society will be over 65 years of age. That is why sarcopenia is expected to dramatically rise in the coming decades. As such, muscle loss presents a big public health challenge. Symptoms and Causes of Sarcopenia General symptoms of sarcopenia include musculoskeletal weakness and l

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