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Homeopathy for Osteoporosis

Homeopathic remedies will provide a effective, natural treatment for osteoporosis.  Contact us to learn more!

 

What Is Osteoporosis?

  • Osteoporosis is a condition characterized by a decrease in bone density. Bones become weak and brittle. A common result of osteoporosis is fractures.

  • Osteoporosis rarely causes signs or symptoms until it's advanced. It affects women more than men because they have less bone mass and because they produce less estrogen after menopause which reduces the body's ability to keep calcium in the bones. It is common in older adults

  • It leads to degeneration of the spine, a humpback, and fragile bones which are more easily fractured.

  • This condition results in adults that are fragile, weak and more breakable.

  • Osteoporosis also results in shorter elderly people whose vertebrae are compressing against each other due to the loss of calcium from the bone.
  • Unfortunately, most women consume too many foods that leech the calcium out of their bones.
  • Osteoporosis reduces bone mass per unit bone volume resulting in reduced strength and increased risk of fracture often with even a minor trauma. The bone mass decreases with increasing age and osteoporosis is common in post-menopausal women as estrogen prevents bone resorption. This group is more prone to fractures.

  • As people are living longer and more sedentary lives, incidence of osteoporosis is expected to continue rising.

Osteoporosis can be classified as follows:

  • Primary osteoporosis: is more common form and is due to age related loss of bone.

  • Secondary osteoporosis: has an equal sex distribution & can occur at any age.

Symptoms of Osteoporosis

  • Joints pain

  • Muscle pain

  • Bones become prone to fractures

  • Back pain

  • Curved back bone

Here Are The Best Ways To Avoid Osteoporosis

  • Avoid Calcium Depleters: Calcium vampires are substances that suck the calcium out of your bones. In other words, they stimulate the body to excrete more calcium than is being put into it. Substances which remove calcium are alcohol, caffeine, salt, animal protein, fats, tobacco, distilled water, oxalic acid-rich foods (chard, rhubarb, spinach, and chocolate), and aluminum (from vaccinations, absorbed from baking soda, aluminum pots, and from certain deodorants).

  • Avoid Calcium Depleting Drugs: Many drugs disrupt calcium absorption or metabolism, including antacids, antibiotics, anti-depressants, barbituates, cholesterol-reducing drugs, corticosteroids, diuretics, laxatives, and chemotherapeutic drugs.

  • Avoid Phosphorus-rich foods and drinks: These will greatly also impair calcium absorption. The worse offenders are soda drinks, milk and milk products and many processed foods.

  • Eat Calcium-rich Foods: Sardines, salmon, green leafy vegetables, broccoli, tofu with calcium sulfate, mineral water, and sesame seeds all will supply your body with calcium. Milk, yogurt or cheese are rich in calcium

  • Drink Horsetail Tea: This herb is rich in calcium and silica and can help build strong bones.
  • Do Weight Bearing Exercise Regularly: weight-bearing exercise such as walking, tennis, dancing, rope-jumping, basketball, and backpacking, helps build strong bones. Swimming is not considered a weight-bearing exercise because of the zero-gravity environment of water.

  • Do Other Gentle Exercises Regularly: Yoga and other gentle exercises help make you limber and stronger.

  • Support stomach acid. An inadequate amount of stomach acid can lead to poor absorption of calcium. To increase stomach acid, eat charcoal-barbequed foods or charcoal supplements, eat more slowly, and don't wash your food down too quickly with a drink.

  • Take Boron is of special value; it has been found to stimulate higher estrogen levels and increase bone density. Supplement with 5 mg. per day

  • Take Calcium-magnesium Supplements: Pre-menopausal women should take approximately 1,000 mg. of calcium a day. During menopause they should take about 1,500 mg. The best calcium supplements are hydroxyapatite, citrate, lactate, gluconate, and carbonate. Avoid taking large doses of calcium at one time; ake smaller doses more frequently. Too much calcium can create problems because it displaces iron, manganese, and zinc, and it can lead to kidney stones.  The dose of magnesium should be at least 50% of the dose of calcium.

  • Take Fish Oils: Fish oil has a healthy dose of vitamin D which helps the body absorb calcium.

  • Take Other Supplements. Boron, zinc, copper and manganese are essential for bone integrity. They are all in a diet rich in green leafy vegetables.

  • Take Vitamin C: Vitamin C, 1000 mg which helps to create collagenous fibers to which the calcium of the bone is attached.

  • Take Vitamin D: Vitamin D is important for calcium absorption. You can absorb vitamin D by being exposed to the sun. Get a healthy dose of this sun vitamin (an hour or two), but don't overdo it.

  • Take Vitamin K: This is an important nutrient in bone health. Btamin K helps activate certain proteins that are involved in the structuring of bone mass.

Homeopathic Remedies for Osteoporosis

The purpose homeopathy is not only to treat osteoporosis but to address its underlying cause and individual susceptibility. The following remedies are for osteoporosis treatment and are selected on the basis of cause, sensation and modalities of the complaints. For individualized remedy selection and treatment, the person should consult a qualified homeopath.

  • Argentum Nitricum
    Anticipation anxiety.
    Rheumatic affections of joints, especially elbow and knee. Legs weak and trembling, worse descending stairs. Involuntary contractions of fingers, partial paralysis of forearm; writer's cramp. Swelling of ankles."

  • Calcarea carbonica
    This remedy can work extremely for people with osteoporosis by promoting the absorption of calcium. Helpful to individuals who are easily tired by exertion and tend to feel anxious and overwhelmed from work or stress. Chilly, flabby or overweight, and feel worse from cold and dampness. Back pain, swollen joints, and a sweaty head at night are often seen. People who need this remedy often have strong cravings for both eggs and sweets.

  • Calcarea phosphorica (6C)
    Stiffness, soreness, and weakness of the bones and joints often are experienced by those who need this remedy. Delicate and easily broken bones. Aching in the bones of the neck, upper back, and hips can be distressing. Deep tiredness frequently is felt, especially after exercise. Low appetite, green stools, offensive, with undigested food. Calcium deposits and bone-spurs may develop, even while general bone-loss is taking place, and fractures may be slow to heal. A feeling of dissatisfaction and a strong desire for travel or a change of circumstances are often seen in people who need Calcarea phosphorica.

  • Calcarea fluorica

  • Calcaria Iodium
    Deficiency of muscles and fat in addition to deficiency of bones. Unhealthy condition of glands is always present when this remedy is indicated.

  • Phosphorus
    Those who are sensitive, suggestible, imaginative, but easily tired or weakened physically. Bones may be less strong than normal, or be slow to heal after fractures. Weakness is often felt in the spine, with burning pain between the shoulder blades. Often tall and thin with an easily-flushing face. A desire for refreshing foods (especially ice cream) and strong thirst for cold or carbonated drinks.

  • Natrum Muriaticum
    Person craves salt. Easy perspiration or very dry skin. History of grief and trauma.

  • Silicea
    Often nervous, easily tired, very chilly, and tend to sweat at night. Refined or delicate appearance, and often have weakness in the spine. Injuries are slow to heal. Tendency to low resistance to infection. Moderate exercise often warms the person up and improves energy.

  • Symphytum officinale
    When osteoporosis is a problem, fractures often occur from mild trauma. Useful for strengthening and healing bones when new fractures occur, and also helpful when pain persists in old, healed fractures.

Cells Salts For Osteoporosis

  • The cell salt Calc phos 6X or 30X is helpful for fighting osteoporosis and avoiding bone fractures.

  • In the case of a bone fracture, take Calc phos 30C once daily for one month.




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