When muscles shrink with age


Being active and eating well does not necessarily mean you will maintain your muscle mass as you age. — 123rf.com

Muscle loss or sarcopenia is a natural part of ageing and one of the main contributors to musculoskeletal impairments in the elderly.

Strong muscles support the joints as they help absorb the stress placed on the joints when you move.

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