Late 20’s they usually stop growing by the time you’re a young adult, but they keep changing. As you age, bones lose density and get thinner and easier to break. You can help keep them healthy by getting plenty of calcium and vitamin D, and by doing exercises that keep you on your feet.
Is smoking bad for your bones?
Yes it’s known that cigarettes hurt your lungs, heart, and overall health. But they’re also bad for your bones. Nicotine and other chemicals in them make it harder for your body to take in the calcium your bones need to stay strong. Cigarettes lower your vitamin D levels, too.
Calcium is important for maintaining strong bones and controlling muscle and nerve function. Signs of severely low calcium include fatigue, muscle cramps, abnormal heart rhythms, and a poor appetite
This vitamin is also critical for bone health. Symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency can be vague — fatigue and muscle aches or weakness.
Magnesium helps support bone health and assists in energy production. Magnesium deficiency can cause loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, fatigue, and weakness