Symptoms and Causes of Osteoporosis



Osteoporosis is called as thinning of bones or porous bones.  It is a silent illness and does not show any symptoms in the initial stage.  Slowly over 8-10 years, bones get degenerated and finally cause Osteoporosis.  The weak and brittle bones increase the risk of sudden unexpected fractures.  Chronic pain and a decreased ability to carry out everyday activities may occur following a broken bone.  

In the female, Estrogen is essential for healthy bones.  But falls in estrogen level during menopausal age can cause a rapid decrease in bone density and develop Osteoporosis.

Why Osteoporosis occurs?

As per Ayurveda, all the food we eat converts into different tissues because Dhatu Agni (tissue metabolism), modern science, calls it metabolism.  

Calcium and vitamin D converts into bone tissue with the help of Asthi Dhatu Agni.  When this Asthi Dhatu Agni or metabolism does not function very well in spite of taking lots of calcium and vitamins, bones are degenerating, and Osteoporosis happens.

Besides, excess air (Vata) in or body causes lots of degeneration.  As you know,  in the Autumn season, when there is a lot of wind in the atmosphere, everything dries up.   Similarly, when too much air (Vata) is there in our body, and this air, when trapped in the bones, it starts drying the bones.   Lack of nourishment to the bones (i.e., calcium, Vit D, and phosphorous deficiency) and Bone Tissues' depletion results in crepitation of knee joints, hip joints or backbones, reduced flexibility. Finally, cause Osteoporosis.

How Osteoporosis affects the body?

The depleted bones and joints create severe pain, and your joint flexibility reduces. You feel difficulty standing and sitting.  Walking or climbing for even a few minutes makes excruciating pain in the knee joints or back joints.   Your movement becomes restricted with severe pain.  Even simple jerks or physical exercise can damage your bones or the increased possibility of sudden injuries or fractures of the backbone, hips, knee joints due to bone degeneration.  

What are the types of Osteoporosis?

Type I Osteoporosis

Type I Osteoporosis typically develops in women between the ages of 50 and 70  during the menopausal stage. The decreased levels of estrogens lead to an increase in bone loss structure.  When the strength in the bone diminishes, it leads primarily to the wrist and spinal fractures.


Type II Osteoporosis

Type II osteoporosis is also known as senile Osteoporosis. This condition usually occurs after 70 and is twice as common in women as in men. Like type I Osteoporosis, type II osteoporosis causes the trabecular bone to thin. Type II is known to lead to hip fractures.


How to Diagnose Osteoporosis

  • A Physical Examination by measuring your height to check whether any reduction in the height. The bones of the spine are often the first ones affected by the condition.
  • Blood or urine tests- to analyze if you have any other health condition causing bone loss.
  • DEXA scan to measure the bone density and bone loss in Osteoporosis

Ayushakti can diagnose Osteoporosis or any health conditions through the ancient proven siddhaveda method known as Pulse reading.  Pulse reading is a subtle body language to understand what is happening in your body, mind, and emotions.

How to prevent Osteoporosis?

  1. The first and essential thing to prevent Osteoporosis is, checking bone density periodically once a year after your age of 40-50.  It will indicate if any osteoporosis is developing and you can prevent it.


  1.  From the age of 35 or 40, our bones begin to wear out, especially in females.  So prevention for any bone problem should start from the age of 35.  The bioavailability of artificial calcium supplements is only 40-50%.  So you must consume a minimum of 1000 mg. of natural calcium through your daily diet.  Or take natural calcium from an organic source like Algi or seashell. 


  1.  Keeping the weight under control is crucial if you wish to have strong bones. Even 4-5 kgs. Of extra weight can block calcium absorption in your body.


Can Osteoporosis be reversed?

For both men and women, modern medications may reduce the risk of fractures and improve bone density.   The common side effects of such medication include Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain. There can be blood clots or heart problems in the long run.  A natural treatment approach is always a better option in treating Osteoporosis.

What is the best treatment for Osteoporosis?

Ayushakti’s Ayurvedic treatment is the best option to reverse Osteoporosis naturally. Ayushakti’s “Arthrox” treatment focuses on increasing the metabolism, nourishing the bones constantly, and balancing the excess air (Vata) in the body.

What is Arthrox treatment?

Arthrox treatment is a combination of customized diet and lifestyle suggestions, herbal supplements, kitchen remedies, and detox therapies. Arthrox ensures more in-depth and long-lasting health for bones and joints.

A healthy diet to improve bone density naturally.

For Osteoporosis and Osteoarthritis, a natural calcium-rich diet is crucial to keep up the bone density optimum.  It can also help prevent further degeneration. 


If your Vit D is low 


Expose yourself to sun rays early in the morning, about 7.00 am to till 8.30 am or at least half an hour between 7 and 8.30 am.  It is the only natural source to improve Vitamin D in your body.  You can also get Vitamin D from egg and fish. But there is no vitamin D in vegetarian foods. So if you are vegetarian and unable to take the sunlight, you need to take Vitamin D supplements regularly.


Proven ancient home remedy to improve bones and joints strength

Nature has many herbs and spices proven to keep the bones and joints healthy at any age.  One has to adopt such herbs in their life by 35 or 40 to prevent bone degeneration or joint pain.  

Best DIY tips for strong bones and joints at any age 

 Effective herbal supplements support the joint functions remarkably.

Ayushakti’s herbal supplements are proven effective in improving joint health for the long term and prevent degenerations.  The herbs in these supplements are scientifically proven to act as joint support without any side effects.


Herbal supplement



Painmukti Sandhical tablet

Two tablets each two times a day

Natural Calcium supplement.  Provide 600 mg. of natural calcium to the bones.

Painmukti M.J. tablet

Two tablets each two times a day

Analgesic. Relieves pain and strengthen the joints by improving the metabolism and balancing the air movements

Sukesha tablet

Two tablets each two times a day

Nourishing bones and increasing bone density

Ancient authentic detox cleansing therapies for deeper bone nourishment

Arthrox detox programs help remove the blocks in the bone tissues and improve Metabolism (Dhatu Agni).   Thus, allowing your own body to start again absorbing calcium to the bones.  Specific oil dhara and internal oilation therapies deeply lubricate and continually nourish the joints; thus, bone density improves remarkably.  Further continuing the diet and Rasayana herbs prevents further degeneration, produce bone tissues again, improving bone density with longer-lasting strong bones and joints.

Ayushakti has treated 62525 plus people suffering from Osteoporosis and Osteoarthritis and helped restore strong bones and joints, and avoided surgeries.  


Powerful stories of restoring strong bones & joints

Five years old Osteoporosis got 60% remarkable relief in 4 weeks

Sixty-seven years old Kalyani had a fall five years back. She was asked to get an X-ray done and was diagnosed with Osteoporosis and decided to get an Ayushakti Arthrox treatment. Since then, she's getting treated at Ayushakti doctors team. With Ayushakti’s Arthrox treatment, she got tremendous 60% relief in pain, and she is sure with time, she will be free from pain.


Broken vertebra due to Osteoporosis got reversed completely, and No complaints of Osteoporosis even after 15 years.


Naturopath Ellinor from Germany was suffering from Osteoporosis with severe pain due to the broken vertebra.  She was unable to walk or sit due to excruciating pain.  Then