What Is Osteoporosis And Ayurvedic Treatment For Osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis affects bones and makes them weak and brittle, so brittle that a fall or even mild stressors such as bending over or coughing can lead to a fracture. It is an old age disease generally due to less calcium in the body.

Bone is a living tissue that is regularly being broken down as well as getting replaced. Osteoporosis occurs when the formation of new bones doesn't keep up with the loss of old bones.

What Are The Symptoms And Early Signs Of Osteoporosis?

There are usually no signs and symptoms in the early stages of bone loss. However, once your bones have been weakened by osteoporosis, the following signs and symptoms may be visible:

  • Back pain
  • Loss of height over time
  • A stooped posture
  • A bone that breaks easily than expected

What Are The Important Causes Of Osteoporosis?

A number of factors can increase the likelihood that one will develop osteoporosis — including age, race, lifestyle choices, and medical conditions as well as treatments of an individual.

Unchangeable risks

There are some risk factors for osteoporosis that are out of one's control, these include:

  • Your sex. Women are comparatively more likely to develop osteoporosis
  • Age. Older people are at greater risk of osteoporosis.
  • Family history. A parent or sibling with a history of osteoporosis puts you at greater risk

Hormone levels

Osteoporosis is prevalent in people who have too much or too little of a particular hormone in their bodies.

  • Sex hormones. Reduced sex hormone levels tend to weaken bone.
  • Thyroid problems. Elevated thyroid hormone can cause bone loss.
  • Other glands. Osteoporosis is connected with overactive parathyroid and adrenal glands.

Dietary factors

Osteoporosis is more likely to affect people who have:

  • Low calcium intake
  • Eating disorders
  • Gastrointestinal surgery

What factors help decrease the risk of osteoporosis?

Good nourishment and regular exercise are fundamental for keeping your bones healthy throughout your life.


Underweight individuals have an increased risk of bone loss and fractures. Excess weight is known to increase the risk of fractures in your arm and wrist. Maintaining appropriate body weight is good for bones similar to health in general.


Good sources of calcium include:

  • Low-fat dairy products
  • Dark green leafy vegetables
  • Canned salmon or sardines with bones
  • Soy products, such as tofu
  • Calcium-fortified cereals and orange juice

Vitamin D

Vitamin D enhances your body's ability to absorb calcium and improves bone health in other ways. Individuals can get vitamin D from sunlight, however, this might not be a good source if you live in a high latitude, if you're housebound, or if you regularly use sunscreen.


Exercise can help you build strong bones and slow down bone loss. Exercise will profit your bones, however, you'll gain the most benefits if you start exercising regularly when you're young and continue to exercise throughout your life.

Eating appropriately isn't the only thing you can do to maintain the health of your bones. Exercise is equally as important. Exercises help individuals because they cause their muscles to push and pull against the bones. However, this isn't the exclusive benefit of exercising. In addition to its many positive effects on weight and heart health, exercise can also improve an individual's balance and coordination, which can help you avoid falls.

How Arogyadham Doctors Treat Osteoporosis?

Since osteoporosis medications can have side effects, individuals prefer to try other treatments instead of medication.

Several supplements, such as red clover, soy, and black cohosh, are used in order to help promote bone health.


In addition to a treatment plan for osteoporosis , an appropriate diet can help in strengthening an individual's bones.

To keep one's bones healthy, they need to include certain nutrients in their daily diet. The most important nutrients that are crucial to one's health are calcium and vitamin D.

Osteoporosis can be treated by specialized and proper diet and lifestyle habits and by herbal formulations such as:

  • Cissus Quandrangulaus (Hatjod)
  • Asparagus Adscendens (Safed moosali)
  • Euryale ferox salisb (Makhane)

Note: We have 100+ years of lineage. Arogyadham's Ayurvedic offers treatment for all common to chronic diseases and our ayurvedic medicines tend not to give any side effects on your body, be it internally or externally.

To get free consultation about the treatment of Osteoporosis from our highly experienced andqualified Ayurvedic doctors, you can contact Arogyadham via Call, Whatsapp or Email.

FAQ About Osteoporosis

01.What foods to avoid if you have osteoporosis?

  • Beans (Legumes) While beans contain calcium, magnesium, fibre, and other nutrients, they are also high in substances called phytates
  • Meat and Other High Protein Foods
  • Salty Foods
  • Spinach and Other Foods with Oxalates
  • Wheat Bran
  • Alcohol
  • Caffeine
  • Coffee/Tea

02.Which foods are goods for osteoporosis?

  • Eat apples, bananas, pineapple, strawberries, oranges, and guavas. All these fruits are loaded with vitamins and minerals, which in turn strengthens your bones.
  • Apart from other fresh vegetables, dark green leafy vegetables aid bone health.
  • They provide calcium and keep bones more muscular.

03.Which food has the most calcium?

  • Apricots. Out of the many calcium-rich fruits, apricots top the list
  • Kiwi
  • Oranges
  • Berries
  • Pineapples
  • Litchi
  • Papaya

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