It is a WIN - WIN situation if treated...there is MUCH a person can do to prevent this.
What are the causes of Sarcopenia?
oIncreased inflammation (visceral fat) that amplifies the rate of muscle wasting oDecreased physical activity and inadequate protein/calorie intake oHormonal changes resulting decreased hormones that are needed for muscle growth (testosterone, estrogen, growth hormone) oAge related molecular changes oDecreased motor neurons due to apoptosis (cell death)
In fact did you knowthere is also a definable condition called secondary sarcopenia which is caused by:
disuse (hospitalization, immobil…