Homeopathy Medicine for Osteopenia

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When the inside of bones weaken due to a loss of calcium, it results in osteopenia, a condition that first manifests as a loss of bone mass and weakening of the bones. Total bone mass peaks at around age 35, and those who have osteopenia are more likely to develop osteoporosis.

Symptoms of Osteopenia

Broken bones or fractures can happen, but these issues typically appear once a person has osteoporosis. Osteopenia is a condition in which there are no symptoms and little or no signs of bone mass loss.

Causes of Osteopenia

As we age, our bodies break down old bone faster than they create new bone, which contributes to a high bone mass. Once this trend starts, it is known as osteopenia. Loss of bone mass weakens bones and can cause them to break.

Women are more likely than men to have osteopenia because they tend to live longer, have lower overall bone mass, and absorb less calcium. In women, the rate of bone loss speeds up after menopause as estrogen levels fall. Because the ovaries produce estrogen, faster bone loss will happen if both ovaries are surgically removed.

Prevention of Osteopenia

Despite our best efforts, bone mass gradually declines over time, making osteopenia inevitable. Other inherent risk factors include:

  • Asian or Caucasian (these populations are more likely to have osteoporosis)
  • being a woman (women are more likely than men to have osteoporosis)
  • osteoporosis or osteopenia running in one’s family
  • A young (before 45) onset of menopause
  • undergoing ovaries removal surgery
  • Having hyperthyroidism

You can take a few actions to reduce your risk.

  • Don’t use tobacco or smoke.

  • Alcohol consumption should be avoided or kept to a minimum.

  • Get regular exercise.

  • Eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia nervosa can cause you to lose bone mass, so keep up a healthy diet.

  • Obtain enough vitamin D and calcium from your diet or from supplements.

    Management ofOsteopenia


Exercise for strong bones.

Walking, hiking, and dancing are all excellent options for weight-bearing exercises.

a healthy diet and consistent exercise

HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF OSTEOPENIA

Osteopenia is improved by using homeopathic medications under a doctor’s guidance.

Osteopenia can be treated with homeopathy in some cases by:

Calcarea carbonica, Symphytum, Phosphorus, and Silicea

Phosphorus, for example, and calendula phosphorica

Alternatively, follow a doctor’s instructions.

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