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I am little prone to junk food. N no addiction of alcohol or cigarette. But m havn low sperm count. please help.
I am 18 year old. Whenever I erect my penis for masturbation. It erects & bends towards left side. Why is this so? Is it normal? Whats the treatment.
I am 46 years old, suffering from neck ache since 3 months and my blood pressure is 140/95. I am not taking any medicines to BP or neck ache. Please suggest me to solve above issues.
Hello Doctor, My age is 32 years. I have cervical spondylitis. I also have fatty liver. From past 3 days I am having muscle pain just below my front side shoulder. No medicines are working I took combiflam tolpidol flexura d nothing is working. The pain is passing down close to my chest. I do not what is the exact issue. Will ultrasound or scan show exact issue. The more I take medicines so I feel discomfort on my right side chest where liver is present. Why is this happening? I also have High Bp problem. Why are medicines not effecting me? Please help.
My husband (33 yrs) his urine was light red (very light) color once. After it is normal. He doubted there is any blood leakage in urine. Is it very big issue. What should I do? For this. Please tell me the solution.
What steps to be taken in order to avoid heart attack disease kindly suggest some precautions to be taken.
The pitta dosha can be balanced by consuming fresh and whole foods, both raw and cooked. These foods are energising, cooling, dry, and have high carbohydrate content. They can effectively deal with pitta by fighting inflammation, absorb excess oil and liquid, and reduce internal heat. Pitta is basically liquid that is light, hot, sharp, oily and tends to spread fast. In light of this, the diet should comprise food that is dense, cool, dry and mild. Due to pitta’s substantive nature, a proper diet can help to strike the right balance.
Here is an overview of achieving a pitta balance to get rid of digestive problems:
- Cold food: Surprising as it may sound, food with a low temperature helps in balancing the pitta dosha compared to its hot counterparts. Raw foods tend to have a decreased temperature compared to the cooked ones. Having a good mix of raw fruits and vegetable is, therefore, part of a good a diet. Stay away from all types of caffeine and alcohol while following a pitta diet.
- Dense, nourishing and grounding food: Although heavy food might sound ideal to tackle light weight pitta, Ayurveda is the view that heavy food does more harm than good. Food that fits the bill includes root vegetables, cooking oils, grains, milk, and seeds. Since these foods tend to be sweet, it is necessary to ensure that a portion size is kept in mind and one must not overindulge in order to refrain from putting on weight. Food that should be slashed from the regular diet includes processed fast foods, pastries, heavy snacks that comprise chemicals and preservatives, and sweet beverages.
- Dry food instead of liquid: Between a semi-liquid and solid meal, the latter should be chosen since it helps in fighting pitta better. Some of the ideal food that fits the bill include pasta, potatoes, beans, oats, millet, corn and other leafy green vegetables. While cooking it is advised that a good quality ghee or oil is used. Some food stuff that needs to be totally slashed from the existing diet includes nuts, cheese, cream, olives eggs and nuts. Mild food:
In terms of food flavours, it makes sense to choose flavours that are gentler and milder in taste such as the ones found in apples, soft cheese, cucumbers and lime juice over sharp flavours such as vinegar, pineapple, old cheese, and pickles. Simultaneously stimulants such as hard alcohol, nicotine, drugs etc. should be completely eschewed in order to avoid indigestion. This is especially true during night-time when the level of indigestion is more due to reduced mobility of the body. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult an ayurveda.