An AYUSH (Ayurveda-Yoga-Unani-Siddha-Homeopathy) practitioner focuses on a treatment or medicine to heal the illness, the AYUSH practitioner concentrates on the techniques that will strengthen the healthy elements inherent in every body, which will in turn help the individual to recover. This tenet is called svabhavoparamavada, and it refers to the AYUSH ideal of helping the body call upon its own energy to heal. Treatments and medicines are a vital part of this process, but act only to support the body's self-reparation, rather than cause it.
WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSULT AYUSH PRACTITIONER?
If you are looking for your overall well being, then an AYUSH specialists can help you. AYUSH specialists can be beneficial to a person’s overall well being, as the approach focuses on healing the mind, body and spirit. Treatment methods such as massage therapy, biofeedback, meditation and visual imagery help a person to relax and reduce stress.
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF AYUSH PRACTITIONER?
AYUSH therapies are less damaging to the body in the long run. Conventional medicines or antibiotics cannot distinguish between the beneficial bacteria and the virus and bacteria that can cause damage as a result eradicate the beneficial bacteria from the body. AYUSH therapies are structured to destroy the damage causing bacteria and viruses.
COMMON PROBLEMS YOU SHOULD SEE AYUSH PRACTITIONER FOR
You should see an AYUSH specialist if your would like to reduce stress naturally with meditation, yoga, herbal treatments and breathing exercises, want to reduce weight the natural way without any side effects, correct your hormonal imbalances resuting in health menstural cycle/pregnancy, reduce inflammation to regualte the heart system and digestive tract, cure insomnia, reduce bloating and maintaining overall balance.
DID YOU KNOW?
Ayurveda is more prevalent in the states of Kerala, Maharashtra, Himachal Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarkhand, Goa and Orissa. The practice of Unani System could be seen in some parts of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Jammu & Kashmir, Bihar, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Rajasthan. Homoeopathy is widely practiced in Uttar Pradesh, Kerala, West Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Gujarat and the North Eastern States and the Siddha system is practiced in the areas of Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Kerala. In September 2009 Sowa Rigpa system of medicine was also recognized as a traditional system of medicine. Sowa Rigpa, commonly known as ‘Amchi’ is one of the oldest surviving system of medicine in the world, popular in the Himalayan region of India. In India this system is practiced in Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Darjeeling (West Bengal), Lahoul and Spiti (Himachal Pradesh) and Ladakh region of Jammu & Kashmir.