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Rheumatoid Arthritis is a variety of arthritis, which is an auto-immune chronic inflammatory condition of the joints affecting the synovial membrane, and over a period of time, leading to the destruction of the cartilage and bone and to the disfiguring of the joint, leading to dysfunction. The stiffness and pain in rheumatoid arthritis aggravate with rest. The best way of ayurvedic treatment for rheumatoid arthritis is given initially with dry heat, dry massage and internal medicines to correct digestion and improve mobility.
Rheumatoid arthritis or amavata is associated with excessive toxins and symptoms include the presence of swelling, the local rise in temperature, fever, heaviness and restricted movements. Our treatment consists of internal herbal medicines, external therapies, modulated diet, and lifestyle patterns. Yoga postures and certain exercises help in pain relief. Diet for arthritis is customized and suggested based on the body constitution.
Treatment with Ayurveda
According to ayurveda, rheumatoid arthritis can be compared as “Ama vata“. If rheumatoid arthritis gets aggravated, it becomes most difficult disease comparatively to others. The joints of hands, feet, ankles and elbow, low back, knee, and hip become inflamed and painful. The pain in the affected joints resembles the pain of a scorpion’s sting.
Procedures and Treatment Methods
Ayurveda Based Treatments
In Ayurveda, this condition can be correlated to Dushta pratishyaya, where the main dosha affected is Kapha. It get aggravated and vitiates the Prana Vata (a sub type of Vata), which is mainly present in the respiratory tract. The ayurvedic approach to sinusitis treatment is multifaceted and can involve a combination detoxification processes through panchakarma, oral medicines, dietary and life style modifications.
Ayurveda Approach and Benefits
Sinusitis are caused by the inflammation of sinuses. Main symptoms are headache, heaviness, tenderness over the affected regions, leading to sinusitis. This inflammatory condition of the sinuses is diagnosed as Dushta Prathishyayam in Ayurveda. Nasya an effective Panchakarma treatment removes the accumulated toxins from the head region and provides a long-term relief.
The treatment for sinusitis consists of internal herbal medicines and therapies like Nasyam (nasal drops) with specific medications which are intended to relieve infection. The treatments support the positive health of the respiratory system and thus prevent it from reoccurring to a great extent. Certain specific lifestyle and diet patterns will also be advised, which plays an important role in preventing it re-occurrence.
Spondylitis, sometimes referred to as spondyloarthritis, is a form of arthritis that commonly occurs in the spine, although it can affect other joints as well. As indicated by ayurveda, Spondylitis is caused because of disturbed vata causing an irregularity in vata dosha. Ayurveda offers excellent therapies for treating Spondylitis. The strength of ayurveda in the area of spine and joint treatments is globally appreciated. Since it addresses the root cause of the issue, the results are fantastic.
Ayurvedic treatment includes detoxification and elimination of toxins and the prescription of the correct eating routine, way of life and natural arrangements. Panchakarma strategies like kati vasti, sarvangadhara and patrapinda svedana is helpful for this infection. Herbs like dry ginger, guggul, turmeric, fenugreek, ashwagandha and giloy are successful in overseeing spondylitis.
Ayurveda for Spondylitis
According to ayurveda the Vata, the principle of movement is the predominant function with the skeleto-muscular system and the nervous system. Problems relating to these systems are predominantly caused by vitiated Vata. Vata vyadhis comes under a group of diseases which manifest by dhatu kshaya or margavarana and those are classified according to hetu, sthana and lakshana. Treatment in ayurveda is aimed at restoring the equilibrium through correction of the underlying functional in-equilibrium.
Ayurveda Based Treatments
In Ayurveda, this condition can be correlated to Dushta Pratishyaya, where the main dosha affected is Kapha. It get aggravated and vitiates the Prana Vata, a sub type of arthritis, which is mainly present in the respiratory tract. The ayurvedic approach to sinusitis treatment is multifaceted and can involve a combination detoxification processes through panchakarma, oral medicines, dietary and life style modifications.
Ayurveda Approach and Benefits
Psoriasis is a chronic, non-contagious disorder which affects the skin and joints, characterized by flaking, redness and inflammation of the skin. Once thought to be a skin disorder, psoriasis is now understood to be a condition originating in the immune system. Psoriasis typically looks like red or pink areas of thickened, raised, and dry skin. It classically affects areas over the elbows, knees, and scalp. Essentially any body area may be involved. It tends to be more common in areas of trauma, repeat rubbing, use, or abrasions.
Ayurveda believes that impurities in the blood associated with emotional factors are the cause of the disease. Psoriasis is believed to occur due to vitiation of all the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha) in varying degree, but predominantly Vata and Kapha according to the Ayurvedic concept. Ekakusta, kitibha and Sidma are some of the types of Kshudra and Maha Kustas (skin diseases) narrated in Ayurveda closely resemble the classical symptoms of psoriasis.
With the busy schedule that we all lead in this modern day and age there are certain ailments that become part of our life. These have been given the nomenclature of Lifestyle Diseases. Major lifestyle issues are obesity, diabetes, hormonal imbalance, High Cholesterol, Hypertension and the associated complications that arise from this are often seen in patients. Ayurveda in its base is founded upon the principles of prevention and cure. It provides elaborate descriptions on how to have balanced and proper Ahara (diet) and Vihara (lifestyle) to prevent the occurrence of diseases and to stay Swastha (healthy with mind and body).
Ayurveda is very effective in handling these complaints and particularly in managing the different problems that arise from the stress and chaos of modern day living. Diabetes mellitus is primarily associated with the Vata dosha. It results due to an aggravation of Vata, the biohumor associated with wind and dryness. Ayurvedic treatments for diabetes range from internal, herbal medications to purifying Panchakarma procedures such as Vamana, Virechana, Vasti etc., based on the severity of the condition. Along with treatments we advise to have daily yoga practices for patients.
Better living with Ayurvedic treatments and Yoga
Diabetes Mellitus is called Madhumeha in Ayurveda. Ayurveda offers various regimens for the management of lifestyle diseases, including: Dinacharya (daily regimen), Ritucharya (seasonal regimen), Panchakarma (five detoxification and bio-purification therapies) and Rasayana (rejuvenation) therapies.
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Ayurveda Based Treatments for infertility
Parenthood is a natural and beautiful culmination of marriage for couples. The incapability to conceive might come as a shock. It might even cause severe distress. In addition to medical causes, increasingly stressful and busy lifestyles have contributed to increasing infertility. Ayurvedic treatment for female hormonal imbalance has many advantages over other treatments. Since this treatment is properly safe, it might be given for long periods safely. It tends to help solve the problem without any new problem or side effect.
Ayurveda Approach and Benefits
Vrushya chikitsa one among the eight clinical branches of Ayurveda deals with treatment for various conditions which can lead to infertility and impotence. Even though the sperm production or ovulation is normal, there are some conditions where the implantation of the zygote does not take place. Ayurveda addresses the management of various gynecological disorders (yoni vyapad) and also ante-natal, pre-natal, and post natal health care (prasuti tantra) which explains the various causes, symptoms and management of the female reproductive system.
Sreedhary offers an effective treatment methodology for various women infertility problems based on the classical ayurvedic methods. The cure comprises of detoxification, rejuvenation, administration of rasayanas (Herbal Medicines) and vajikara dravyas (virilificatory recipes or aphrodisiacs) internally. This is combined with yoga, pranayama, and meditation sessions, which not only helps in conception but also in producing healthy offspring. Ayurveda treats the body and health as a whole instead of treating an individual illness. The objective of ayurvedic treatment for infertility in female is to make sure the complete transformation of food into nutrients.