Loss of bone mass could be one of the causes. of the relationship between osteoporosis and vertigo.
This data would affect women more from the age of 50 onwards, however it has been discovered that it is a pathology that also affects men, which is why other possible causes for this osteoporosis-vertigo relationship should be reviewed and studied.
The results of the investigations leave no room for doubt, people suffering from osteoporosis are susceptible to vertigo. Data published some time ago in the journal Neurology detected this association in a study of more than 200 people already suffering from other benign instability disorders, and with no other previously diagnosed cause.
Given that there are different stability disturbances, such as altered sense of balance, spinning sensation of the environment, and even fainting, among others, and different possible diagnoses for these disturbances, research seems to have demonstrated this cause-effect relationship in patients with osteoporosis who presented with these vertigo symptoms simultaneously.
In other words; patients with osteoporosis are more likely to suffer from dizziness.