Osteoporosis is defined as a bone disorder that affects the biological material of a bone, making it more porous therefore leading to bone structural distraction (Pouresmaeil, Kamalidehghan, Kamarehei, & Goh, 2018). One of the main risk factors of Osteoporosis is age. Older individuals of 50 years and above are at a very higher risk of having osteoporosis as compared to young ones (Schweser & Crist, 2017). The second factor is gender where women are at a higher risk compared to men. Also, in a family where the parents have osteoporosis disorder, the other family members are at a higher risk of having the same disease. Another factor is the eating habits where people with calcium and vitamin D deficiencies are at high risks of having osteoporosis as compared to those having a balanced diet. Lastly is the lifestyle of an individual where sedentary lifestyle risk having the disorder than those who do regular body exercise.