What are the ingredients in OsteoEze?
The OsteoEze range of supplements contains a combination of three main ingredients:
- Glucosamine Sulfate – glucosamine helps to maintain the elasticity and strength of joint cartilage – is in all OsteoEze supplements.
- Chondroitin – a key building block in the formation of cartilage, the connective tissue that cushions the joints when moving under load – is in OsteoEze Dual Action & Triple Action.
- MSM (dimethyl sulfone) – helps to support the body’s natural cartilage construction, which helps with managing joint pain and mobility – is in OsteoEzeTriple Action.
Is OsteoEze a natural supplement?
OsteoEze products are made using a combination of Glucosamine, Chondroitin and MSM (dimethyl sulfone); all of which are naturally occurring substances which in combination could help to reduce mild joint inflammation and rebuild cartilage associated with mild joint pain.
Which OsteoEze product is suitable for me?
There are different types of OsteoEze supplements for different kinds of people and different kinds of joint pain:
OsteoEze One-A-Day – suitable for those suffering from mild joint pain including mild osteoarthritis, it contains no animal products, so it is also suitable for vegans.
OsteoEze Dual Action – ideal for those experiencing joint stiffness who want to reduce their mild joint pain and increase their mobility.
OsteoEze Triple Action – specifically developed to relieve mild joint pain and inflammation associated with mild osteoarthritis and improve joint mobility and function.
Where do I store OsteoEze?
Like all medicines, OsteoEze supplements should be kept in a safe place out of the reach of children and pets, away from heat and direct light and where the temperature is below 30°C.
When will my OsteoEze expire?
The expiry date is located on the products’ label.
Where can I buy OsteoEze?
OsteoEze is available from leading pharmacies including Chemist Warehouse, Chempro Chemists, Chemsave, David Jones Pharmacy, Direct Chemist Outlet, Discount Chemist Outlet, ePharmacy, Penno’s Pharmacies, Pharmacy 4 Less and Your Discount Chemist.
Can I buy OsteoEze online?
OsteoEze is sold online via a network of pharmacy outlets. For a full list of retailers who stock the OsteoEze range, go to the OsteoEze website.
Do I need a prescription to buy OsteoEze?
OsteoEze is a joint health supplement and can be bought over the counter at your pharmacy without a prescription. However, you need to consult with your doctor or pharmacist about whether it is right for you, especially if you are already taking other medications.
Does OsteoEze have a vegan option?
OsteoEze One-A-Day is entirely vegan-friendly, unlike some other brands where the Glucosamine is sourced from shellfish. OsteoEze Dual Action and Triple Action supplements are not vegan friendly as they both contain Chondroitin, which is derived from animal products.
How many tablets are in one container of OsteoEze?
OsteoEze One-A-Day supplement contains 120 tablets, OsteoEze Dual Action contains 60 tablets and OsteoEze Triple Action contains 120 tablets.
How many tablets of OsteoEze do I take?
OsteoEze One-A-Day is 1 tablet a day, OsteoEze Dual Action is 2 tablets a day whilst OsteoEze Triple Action is 4 tablets a day.
Take OsteoEze only as directed or as advised by your doctor. .
Can I take OsteoEze with other medication?
Before taking OsteoEze, you should check with your doctor.
How do I take OsteoEze?
OsteoEze is in easy to swallow tablet form and should be taken orally with a glass of water.
What causes joint pain?
Joint pain can affect anyone at any stage of life and can be caused by a number of things including:
- Advanced age
- Arthritis or osteoarthritis
- Joint strain resulting from being overweight (especially in the knees)
- Joint strain resulting from repetitive load-bearing activity
- Misuse of anabolic steroids (as occurs with some athletes)
Is joint pain hereditary?
While not conclusively proven, it is widely believed that having a close relative with joint pain such as arthritis is likely to increase your own risk of developing the condition, with your genes making you more susceptible to environmental factors that can trigger it. This is often the case for those who develop it at an early age.
Why is my joint pain worse at night?
Joint pain can feel worse at night due to factors such as:
- Fewer distractions from daily life may cause you more time to focus on the pain.
- Slower breathing, which dilates your blood vessels and makes your nerves more sensitive to pain.
- Cooler temperatures, which cause the receptors in the body that feel hot and cold to feel a heightened perception of pain.
What foods make joint pain worse?
While there is no real evidence to support it, many people believe there is a link between their joint pain and certain foods. In particular, they single out meat, dairy products, vegetables such as potatoes and capsicum, and acidic fruits like oranges and lemons.
However, medical authorities believe avoiding these foods could do more harm than good and it is better to eat a healthy balanced diet of fruit, vegetables, pulses, nuts, some red meat and plenty of oily fish containing omega-3 fatty acids.
Seek advice from a doctor before changing your diet.
What are the best supplements for joint pain?
Glucosamine and Chondroitin have both shown promising results for improving pain in the short-term (less than six months) and while their long-term effectiveness remains clinically unproven, they are considered a treatment option for people with mild joint pain to try.
The OsteoEze supplement range contain a combination Glucosamine Sulfate, Chondroitin and MSM, and regular use is believed to help reduce joint stiffness and even gradually help rebuild the cushioning in joints over time.
What’s the difference between OsteoEze and Panadol Osteo?
Panadol Osteo contains paracetamol and is for temporary pain relief only. OsteoEze on the other hand, is a joint repair supplement that could help reduce your joint stiffness and even gradually help to rebuild the cushioning in your joints over time.
What are good exercises for joint pain?
Exercise is recommended for those with joint pain, as it increases your strength and flexibility, reduces your pain and helps to combat fatigue. But the type of exercise you choose will depend very much on your level of fitness.
Good exercises to try include yoga and stretching to improve your mobility, weights and resistance training to strengthen muscles and take the pressure off sore joints, cardio work to improve the health of your heart and lungs and low-impact exercise such as walking, swimming, dancing and cycling.