Ayurvedic therapy originated 5000 years ago in India. It is the physical and spiritual form. Ayurveda treatments is very effective in curing various diseases to keep the body fit and well. Medications are available in the form of powder, tablets and medicated oils, which are prepared from natural herbs, plants and minerals. The three classical texts-Charaka Samihta, Ashtanga Vagbhatta Hridayam and Sushruta Samhita provides ample information on Ayurveda clinics and surgical treatments, also is involved in the management of various diseases and ailments.
Yoga and meditation is a traditional way to treat physical and mental ailments. It is practised to achieve spiritual realization and peace and gives relief from the tiring and stressful life. Yoga and meditation is useful for rejuvenating the mind and soul of fitness.
A synchronized massage is applied to the body to improve the physical consistency. The body is cooled with a herbal steam bath to eliminate impurities and keep the body fit and well. Not only that treatment is also very effective in improving vision, reducing high blood pressure and provides deep sleep.
Powder and herbal massage oil applied to the body to reduce fat, which can damage the heart, liver and kidneys. The Ayurvedic treatment also includes controlled to reduce body fat in excess diet. The whole treatment is very useful in reducing the obesity that causes the mobility of the joints and strengthens muscles.
Hair is always one of the most qualifying elements of our body. Healthy hair is a sign of a healthy body and adds a lot to the personality of a person. Almost all men experience hair loss some or the other time in their life. Known as alopecia in medical language, hair loss is usually the sign of a basic disease and can be very painful. Using Ayurvedic treatment is proven very effective in preventing hair loss and giving hair is beautiful and healthy.
In Ayurveda, the hair is considered a tissue that uses the same nutrients as the bones and forms as a byproduct of the bone tissue. Hair types have been classified according to three basic body types-Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
Ayurveda has some tips for controlling and managing obesity.
Regulate your eating habits. Eat a lot of whole grains, fresh fruit and vegetables, avoid oily and greasy elements. Eat only when you are hungry. Also, don’t eat (snack) between meals.
Have an active lifestyle. Spending too much time in indoors can lead to obesity. Going into the soil farmland, sports, swimming pool or outdoors. Being physically active-it’s good for your body and your mind.
The practice of Yoga. Yoga is not an exercise program, but a recommended Ayurvedic lifestyle. Yoga can make changes in your life in general, strengthen your body, mind and helps you stay focused on what you need. His efforts to get away from obesity can also be your goal.
Varicose veins is a painful condition. It is very common among older people, especially women. Modern medicine has some invasive techniques for the treatment of this condition. None of the treatments are effective. Doctors recommend surgical removal of veins, laser surgery, catheter procedures, etc. They recommend these procedures, even when they know that the procedure is not a permanent solution for the condition.