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Is osteoarthritis a part of aging, and is there a way to reduce risks, even after age 50?

3 Doctors Answered
The best way is to keep the bone & joints healthy. For keeping the same, you don't need excess calcium & vitamin d supplements. You need to the following things: 1) take tikta ghritam regularly 2) massage the body daily 3) exercise daily you do these things & you will not get osteoarthritis.
Yes there is risk of osteoarthritis after age of 45. Take plenty of water and keep your body hydrated. Avoid oil,ghee and full cream milk. Daily 30 minutes walk or exercise is must. You may take homoeopathic medicines along with it which will nourish your bones and joints and will keep them healthy...
Yes its a part of aging - but the progression can be reduced with new medicines available now a days.
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