Natural Treatments for Osteoporosis
Osteoporosis literally means “thinning of bones” and this implies that bones become thin, brittle, and easily broken due to the disorder. Symptoms of the disease often go unnoticed, and sometimes left untreated, until the bone breaks. This condition is known to occur in premenopausal and postmenopausal women. It is important to know about the natural treatments available for osteoporosis.
Research suggests that 25% of women over the age of 50 suffer from menopausal osteoporosis and it can happen any time after 30 for a number of reasons. Drugs and surgery are sometimes advertised by pharmaceutical companies, but the best solution is less risky approaches such as alternative medicine and lifestyle changes. Continue reading to learn about the different ways to prevent osteoporosis.
Lifestyle Changes to Treat Osteoporosis
It is never too early or too late to do something about osteoporosis and natural treatments are often the best way to begin this process. Here are a list of questions about lifestyle factors that will help you prevent and treat the bone disorder:
- Are you getting enough calcium?
- Are you getting enough vitamins (particularly vitamins D and K2)?
- Do you consume enough magnesium?
- Do you exercise regularly?
Alongside these possible sources of osteoporosis, quitting smoking and reducing your alcohol intake can significantly aid the treatment process. However, factors such as genetics, race, age, and sex can’t be treated or prevented. For this reason, some may struggle more than others, meaning that natural treatments for osteoporosis are very important.
Alongside lifestyle changes, there are also alternative medicines that you can consume that involve little or no risk at all and are often considered the best and safest natural treatment for osteoporosis.
Alternative Medicines to Treat Osteoporosis
Herbal remedies and acupuncture are well established as the best natural treatments for osteoporosis. The latter is an excellent treatment that focus on so-called “energy pathways” to treat the body, but this is a rather complicated regimen to follow and can be expensive.
Bearing this in mind, most women look to less complicated ways of natural treatment for osteoporosis and herbal remedies are the safest and most effective solution. There are two types of herbs used for treating osteoporosis: phyto-estrogenic and non-estrogenic herbs. The former are things like Soy isoflavones, Wild Yam and Maca root, which contain estrogenic components to treat low hormone levels; however, using these results in your body becoming less responsive in regards to producing its own estrogen.
Non-estrogenic herbs, on the other hand, don’t contain any estrogen and nourish your hormonal glands to produce natural hormones more effectively.
The Manna Menopause Support contains not only these essential phyto-estrogens, but also contains calcium and vitamin D to help prevent osteoporosis.