For many of us, our first thought when we think about health and health management is allopathic medicine. Often times instead of focusing on treating the underlying cause of a health issue, we want immediate relief which is why we think this way. Although the term allopathic medicine refers to conventional medical practices, it is a term that tends to be avoided or even unrecognized in these medical circles. Actually, allopathic medicine and allopathic medical practices are referred in this manner by supporters of alternative medicine practices as well as homeopathic medicine practices.
Among the alternative medicine practices is Ayurveda. Ayurveda is a widely studied discipline in over 100 of the medical colleges in India. Previously, there was some concern from followers that were alarmed by the potential use of toxic metals use in Ayurveda; thus, the Government of India stepped in and requires that ayurvedic medicines and such identify their metallic content plainly and clearly on their labels. Unfortunately, it is difficult to enforce quality control of ayurvedic medicines.
However, Ayurveda is used to treat a vast variety of health problems. Ayurveda is often combined with Panchkarma therapies to remove toxic components from the body. It is used to treat both common and prolonged ailments. In the cosmetic realm, Ayurveda can be effective in addressing conditions like hair loss, graying of hair, dark circles under the eyes, blemishes, early on-set wrinkles and much more. When it comes to mental disorders, Ayurveda can work well for treating anxiety, depression, dementia, insomnia, stress and so on. For respiratory disorders, Ayurveda can be the savior when it comes to allergic conditions such as asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic sinusitis, rhinitis and others. Ayurveda is used to treat several different abdominal disorders including Anorexia, Constipation, Hyperacidity, Indigestion, Piles and many more. As embarrassing as some of the urinary disorders can be for us, Ayurveda can help treat them including Bed Wetting (medically known as enuresis), frequent urination (medically known as polyuria) and so on. Another area where we may feel a bit shy is skin problems; however, Ayurveda can spell relief from Eczema, Psoariasis as well as other skin problems. Ayurveda is successful in treating reproductive system disorders. This can be quite a personal area for us to seek treatment for, but Ayurveda can help treat infertility, menstrual disorders, male ejaculatory disorders and other reproductive system disorders too.
Along with lifestyle changes, Ayurveda can help in treating some other diseases and conditions as well. Ayurveda can help with obesity in pune. It can help treat diseases often associate with obesity such as diabetes. Bitter gourd is one of the best Ayurvedic remedies for diabetes. Daily a person should drink a minimum of one tablespoon of bitter gourd juice as it will bring down the blood sugar levels in your blood and urine. Alternatively, one tablespoon of Indian gooseberry juice can be combined with one cup of bitter gourd juice, fresh is recommended, and after daily consumption for two months this will facilitate the pancreas to produce and secrete insulin. Hypertension, more commonly known as high blood pressure, is yet another disease often associated with obesity. An Ayurvedic approach to high blood pressure can surely help. Ayurveda focuses on bringing imbalances of the doshas back in line. Often times, the treatment of high blood pressure is a combination of lifestyle changes such as proper nutrition and yoga and/or meditation along with the prescription of various herbs and minerals through Ayurveda.
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