Bone and Joint Health. Calcium

How to Deal with Bone and Joint Pains?

Are you above 30? 40? 50?

Are Calcium and Vitamin D sufficient in your body?

Your teenage and 20s are over now. Fun is not over yet. We understand. But you must take care of your health. The earlier you do it, the better.

We observe that after people cross a certain age, they are surrounded by various chronic diseases.

You visit a doctor when you come across some symptoms. What doctors do is putting you on meds in the first place?

This definitely is a solution to the problem, but not treatment.

What would you list out as the root cause? Lifestyle.

There are 80-90-year-olds playing gymnastics and athletics. While, you as a 30-year-old are crying in the corner holding your joints. Makes sense?

So, here we target one dimension for you. Bone and Joint Pains.

How to Avoid Bone and Joint Pains?

Three Friends

Calcium, Magnesium and Vitamin D. These three go hand in hand.

You sit in the sun. There you get the Vitamin D.

You require having calcium to ensure the absorption of Vitamin D in your body. Calcium is easy. But, be careful with it. Drink milk. Do you need supplements? Buy some slaked lime (Chuna in hindi). Drop a pea sized serving in water. Consume after some time.

To avoid the drawbacks of Vitamin D, you need magnesium. Grains, pulses, fruits and vegetables can do this for you.


Stretch your muscles. Do yoga. Join a gym. Lift weights. Go for a walk daily. Cycle. Massage the pain points with lukewarm oils.

We cannot stress this enough. There are even better fun ways out there. Dance.

Therapies Out There

There are many therapies out there which have the potential of even saving surgeries.

Chiropractors and Physiotherapists are the underrated doctors when it comes to muscles, nerves, and bones. There are many more therapies like cupping therapy, saunas, acupressure, acupuncture etc.

What if symptoms persist?

If the symptoms persist, we recommend that you do not ignore them. Get the right therapist or practitioner can save you.

What do you think, we missed here?

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