Osteoporosis. Treatments and remedies. Natural Medicine

Treatments and Remedies for Osteoporosis
Definition of osteoporosis:

Formation of abnormal areas or rarefaction of the bone without decalcification, the enlargement of the ducts.

"Osteoporosis is a condition characterized by reduced bone volume, so that bones break easily when they exerted on the lower pressure. The person with osteoporosis may fracture the wrist or the hip following a fall on ice, or a rib due to a loving embrace. [...] In fact, it is possible that the amount of bone tissue has decreased while the spine fracture only with body weight. "(" Osteoporosis-A Guide to Prevention & Treatment "[Osteoporosis: a guide for prevention and treatment], Dr. John F. Aloia.)

Although this disease is common among postmenopausal women also occurs in younger women and men.

Although the disease appears or is associated with age, causes of fractures typical of osteoporosis begin about thirty or thirty-five years earlier by the progressive weakening of the bones.

According to medicine are not very familiar with a specific cause of osteoporosis but may contribute to its appearance several factors including a diet deficient in calcium and vitamin D, a reduced amount of estrogen in women and lack of exercise.

Another measure involves doing regular weight-bearing exercises that require, such as walking or running.

According to Dr. Carol E. Goodman said in the book entitled Geriatrics (Geriatrics): "The correction of posture and strengthening exercises should be prescribed as meticulously as drugs. An ideal exercise program for a patient older osteoporosis can be easily understood, simple and secure. "

Preventive measures against Osteoporosis
1. Taking supplements of calcium, magnesium and vitamin D
2. Sunbathing
3. Ensure good posture
4. Exercise
5. No smoking
6. No caffeine
7. Avoid foods that acidify the blood
8. Avoid carbonated drinks

Hereditary factors associated with Osteoporosis
Woman
No black
Northern European descent
Fair complexion
Constitution thin
Short stature (157 cm or less)

Natural Medicine for Osteoporosis with Diet

Because acidic foods (protein and refined carbohydrates) alter blood pH and cause a demineralization as a counterpart to regulate pH imbalance in the blood and tissues, it is necessary to follow a vegetarian diet avoiding meat well compatibilized and excessive refined carbohydrates.

Calcium in common foods
The calcium from some foods (milligrams)
Nonfat milk, 1 cup 300
Cheddar cheese as 2.5 cm 130
Yogurt, 1 cup 300
Bread, cereal, rice, 1 cup 20-50
Tofu (bean curd), 100 grams 150
Almonds, 1 / 2 cup 160
Walnuts, 1 / 2 cup 50
Broccoli, 1 bunch 150
Spinach, 1 cup 200
Turnip greens, 1 cup 250

Most other vegetables, 1 cup 40-80

Dried apricots, 1 cup 100
Seedless dates, 1 cup 100
Rhubarb, 1 cup 200

Most other fruit, 1 cup 20-70

Taken from the book Understanding Your Body (Understand your body), Felicia Stewart, Gary Stewart, Felicia Guest and Robert Hatcher, page 596.
Osteoporosis Medicine for medicinal plants

Horsetail, Nettle Green

Supplements for Osteoporosis in menopause
Calcium: It is an integral part of the bone structure which makes it vital to maintain the hardness of it. Low blood levels trigger the release of parathyroid hormone that stimulates the resorption of bone calcium content. Calcium supplementation may slow the process of osteoporosis up to 50% and provide significant protection against bone fractures.

Vitamin D: Essential for protein synthesis to absorb dietary calcium and bone matrix proteins. It is necessary for development, mineralization and bone remodeling and helps maintain muscle strength and balance in older people, reducing the risk of falls.

Magnesium: Women with osteoporosis often have magnesium deficiency.
* Directs the deposition of calcium into the bones and not into the soft tissues such as arteries.
* Involved in the activation of vitamin D.
* Helps maintain adequate levels of parathyroid hormone.
* Improves bone metabolism.
* By avoiding blood acidification, decreases calcium resorption.

Vitamin K: Vital for osteocalcin, the protein that binds calcium to the bone matrix with low levels of it in people with osteoporosis.

Vitamin B: Low levels of vitamin B6, folic acid and vitamin B12 are common. Are vitamins necessary to regulate the levels of homocysteine, a substance usually high in postmenopausal women and that, in high concentrations can lead to defective bone matrix.

Natural Medicine for Osteoporosis with Homotoxicology - Homeopathy:
Galium-Heel (ga), Calcoheel (c) Osteoheel (c), Ranunculus Homaccord (g), Rhododendroneel (g).

Natural Medicine for Osteoporosis with Heliotherapy:
Take a bath every day from sunrise to first or last hour of the day (10 to 15 minutes)

For more information see: Treatment of diseases with natural medicine

Related topics:
Menopause. Symptoms
Osteoporosis and menopause
* The laws of healing through food
* Health Diet

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