Charak Ayurveda offers you a wide range Ayurveda programs. We have some special and unique treatments programs for medical illnesses as Arthritis, Mental Tension and Migraine, Slip Disc, Rheumatic diseases, Joint Pains, Low Back Pains, Paralysis, Facial Paralysis , Spondylitis, Migraine, Sinusitis, Headache, Asthma, Muscular Dystrophy, Rejuvenation Therapies, Weight Reduction, Weight Gain, Neurological Disorders, Respiratory diseases related disease Cough, Common Cold, Sinusitis, Bronchial Asthma and Nasal Allergies, Stress Disorders, Gastric disorders related to Indigestion, Gas trouble, Hyperacidity, Constipation, Piles, etc. Gynecological problems like White discharge, Dysmenorrhoea, Menopausal problems, other bleeding disorders and vaginal infections, and many more services like Herbal Facial, Herbal Beauty Massage.
Students of CAM therapy believe that everything in the universe – dead or alive – is connected. If your mind, body, and spirit are in harmony with the universe, you have good health. When something disrupts this balance, you get sick. Among the things that can upset this balance are genetic or birth defects, injuries, climate and seasonal change, age, and your emotions.
Those who practice Ayurveda believe every person is made of five basic elements found in the universe: space, air, fire, water, and earth.
These combine in the human body to form three life forces or energies, called doshas. They control how your body works. They are Vata dosha (space and air); Pitta dosha (fire and water); and Kapha dosha (water and earth).
Everyone inherits a unique mix of the three doshas. But one is usually stronger than the others. Each one controls a different body function. It’s believed that your chances of getting sick -- and the health issues you develop -- are linked to the balance of your doshas.
An Ayurvedic practitioner will create a treatment plan specifically designed for you. He’ll take into account your unique physical and emotional makeup, your primary life force, and the balance between all three of these elements.
The goal of treatment is to cleanse your body of undigested food, which can stay in your body and lead to illness. The cleansing process—called “panchakarma”— is designed to reduce your symptoms and restore harmony and balance.
To achieve this, an Ayurvedic practitioner might rely on blood purification, massage, medical oils, herbs, and enemas or laxatives.
In Ayurveda, perfect health is defined as "a balance between body, mind, spirit, and social wellbeing." In fact, the twin concepts of balance and connectedness echo throughout Ayurvedic texts, thought, and practice. Like all holistic health systems, Ayurveda emphasizes the unshakable connections between the body, mind, and spirit. However, Ayurveda's connectedness extends far beyond the individual, reaching into the universal.
In essence, Ayurveda explains the laws of nature that cause health or disease. The first cause of illness is said to be the loss of faith in the Divine or experiencing a spiritual emptiness. From here illness develops due to internal conditions (e.g., foods and liquids) or external conditions (e.g., seasons, lifestyle). The main factors that cause poor health (also described as imbalance) are Poor digestion and Weak immune systems. When food is not properly digested it sits in the body. Nutrients are not absorbed and the food decays and forms toxins. These toxins cause most diseases in the body. Therefore, it is important to have good digestion.
Many of the undesirable side effects that can arise from Ayurvedic supplements are the result of improper use. Many Ayurvedic herbs are available over the counter, which can result in side effects in people who self-medicate without fully understanding the risks and recommendations. For example, the herbal jam chyavanprash is often used by Ayurvedic practitioners as a tonic for vitality and immune system support. Pharmacologists at the Seth GS Medical Hospital in Bombay, India, point out that one of chyavanprash’s main ingredients, the sweet fruit amla, can promote tooth decay; however, this can easily be avoided by brushing your teeth after consuming the jam. The most commonly reported side effects of Ayurvedic medicines and supplements are gastrointestinal upset and headaches.
According to a 2015 report published by University of Maryland Medical Center, Ayurvedic medicine can help treat inflammatory, hormonal, digestive and autoimmune conditions, including:
There are also a few drawbacks of these medicines. The first drawback that most people point out is that the effects these medicines have on people can vary from person to person. So there is no scientific basis that proves that a medicine is benefiting one and worsening the other's condition.
Ayurvedic medicines can hardly help in these situations and it has been seen that consumption of these medicines has worsened the condition of the patient.
Ayurvedic medicines have a slow and gradual effect on the body generally.
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