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Dr. Prabhat Kumar Bal - Ayurveda, 24 Parganas

Dr. Prabhat Kumar Bal

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Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)

Ayurveda, 24 Parganas

21 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Prabhat Kumar Bal 86% (10 ratings) Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS) Ayurveda, 24 Parganas
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Experienced Senior Ayurveda consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the health wellness and ayurveda industry. Skilled in ayurveda medicines,Therapy, Wellness Coaching. Holistic Health. Strong operations professionally trained from Arya Vaidyasala ,Kottakal, kerala.

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Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS) - KATS Ayurveda College & Hospital - 1997
Past Experience
Ayurveda physician at The Arya Vaidya Pharmacy Ltd
Asst Physician at Triveni Ayurveda Nurshing Home
Ayurveda physician at Apollo Tejas Ayurveda center
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Ayurveda physician at Lever -Ayush
Senior Ayurveda physician at Nature cure Research Institute
Ayurveda consulatant at Sidhi Multyspeciality Ayurveda hospital
Senior Ayurveda physician at The Arya Vaidya Pharmacy Ltd
Senior Ayurveda physician & RMO at Sanjeeva ayurveda wellness center
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Hair Fall - Rescue It With Ayurveda!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, 24 Parganas
Hair Fall - Rescue It With Ayurveda!

You would surely want your hair to be lustrous, voluminous and shiny. Healthy hair indicates healthy skin as well. A number of factors influence the health of your hair; from your diet to the amount of water you drink to the number of hours you sleep at night.

According to Ayurveda, hair loss is caused because of pitta dosha. Pitta governs our metabolism and digestion. A balanced pitta leads to a healthy body and mind. It controls our general well being. Once you identify the reasons of pitta dosha, it becomes easier to correct it. Typically, bad eating habits, anxiety, and stress cause pitta dosha, which in turn lead to hair loss. Excessive consumption of tea, coffee, alcohol, meat, fried and spicy food imbalances the pitta.

Ayurveda is an age old holistic system of medicine. The Ayurvedic remedies for healthy hair are entirely natural and do not cause any side effect. The various Ayurvedic tenets for healthy hair are:

  1. Diet: Following a healthy diet is important for healthy hair. Include plenty of vegetables and fruits in your diet. This provides the necessary vitamins and minerals for the hair to remain healthy and nourished. Include foods that are rich in vitamin B complex such as almonds and eggs.

  2. Water Intake: You need to keep yourself hydrated by drinking sufficient volume of water (about 2-3 liters) in a day. Drinking plenty of water helps keep your body free from all sorts of toxins.

  3. Salt Intake: Avoid unnecessary use of salt. If possible use less salt and sour (vinegar) at least in summers. 

  4. Exercise: Regular cardiovascular exercise can help improving circulation in the body, including the scalp. Improved blood circulation in the scalp means an improved supply of nutrients to the hair follicles. A steady supply of nutrients to the hair follicles helps in keeping the hair healthy.

  5. ‘NO’ to Smoke: Smoking causes the blood vessels in the body to constrict, thereby, hampering blood circulation. Impaired circulation of blood means insufficient supply of blood to the hair follicles, a factor that makes them weak and brittle.

  6. Herbal Oils: Application of herbal oils such as rosemary and Aloe Vera keeps your hair healthy. The oils penetrate your hair follicles and provide the hair with necessary nutrients.

  7. Good Sleep: Sleep is a very important part of good health. You need enough sleep to let your body relax. After a hectic routine, even your body needs rest. It is during sleep that most of the tissues are regenerated and rejuvenated. You need a minimum of 8 hours of sleep every day. This is important for staying healthy and fit. Hair growth is also promoted if you get enough sleep.

  8. Most importantly Hygiene: Maintain good hygiene at every point in time. You need to wash your hair regularly to prevent accumulation of dead cells. For this, use a mild herbal shampoo to keep your hair clean. Do not over shampoo as it can dry your hair and cause frizzy hair.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Yoga For All Age Groups - What Should You Know?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, 24 Parganas
Yoga For All Age Groups - What Should You Know?

Yoga is the healing system par excellence. It can help all of us stay healthy without medicines and surgeries. It is also the go-to modality for spiritual and mental peace. The selection of yoga asanas for different age groups is extremely critical in yoga. How asanas are done, at what time and for how long are some of the basics that matter a lot too.

Here are a few easy-to-do asanas for three different age groups:
Age: 9-19
Before the age of seven, children should not do yoga. This is because their heart’s capacity to pump blood is limited and it may not be able to handle the heightened load during practice.

1. Virabhadrasana: This asana strengthens the muscles of the legs and makes leg and back muscles flexible. It tones the abdominal organs too. It helps children be active and fit.
Method:

  1. Stand straight with your legs wide apart.
  2. Turn your right foot out by 90 degrees.
  3. And turn left foot in by 15 degrees.
  4. Lift both arms sideways to shoulder height with your palms facing upwards.
  5. Now breathe out and bend your right knee.
  6. Turn your head to your right. Push your hips down and hold the posture.
  7. Breathe in while you come up.


2. Naukasana: This asana works on the muscular, digestive, circulatory, nervous and hormonal systems, and gets rid of belly fat.
Method:

  1. Lie down flat on a mat on your back.
  2. Breathe in and hold the breath.
  3. Raise your arms, shoulders, head and trunk off the ground.
  4. Balance body on buttocks and keep the spine straight.
  5. Keep arms in the same line as your toes with palms facing downwards.

Age- 20-34
1. Sukhasana: This asana is excellent to calm and soothe. It eliminates anxiety.
Method:
Sit with your legs stretched in front.
Bend your knees and fold your legs towards your middle.
Cross your legs and keep the arches of the foot on the thighs.
Sit with your hips in a neutral position.

2. Trikonasana: This is a very good pose for the spine and pelvis. It cures a backache and is good for digestion.
Method:

  1. Stand erect, inhale and step to the right with left heel turned inward.
  2. Exhale and reach out over your foot with your right hand, bending to the right.
  3. Feel the stretch.
  4. Raise the left hand vertically upwards.
  5. Turn your head to look up towards the left thumb.

Age- 35 and above
1. Vajrasana: It improves blood supply to upper torso and head and builds stamina. Excellent for digestion and can be done on a full stomach.
Method:

  1. Stand on your knees with the lower legs stretched backwards, with toes crossing.
  2. Now lower your body to sit on your heels with buttocks resting on them.
  3. Keep your hands on knees and head straight.
  4. Breathe in deep and concentrate on the breath.

2. Halasana: Cervical spondylosis, back pain and shoulder stiffness can all be cured through this asana. It is very useful for menopausal women too.
Method:

  1. Lie on your back with knees bent and legs together.
  2. Place your hands underneath the back supporting it.
  3. Exhale and swing your knees and thighs over your torso.
  4. Raise your hips and abdomen to support the position.
  5. Straighten your legs parallel to the ground.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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The blood result of my wife about Vitamin D is 16. She feel dizzy and fatigued. Doctor suggested a medicine and informed to take fish, milk,egg etc. Water drinking insufficient ia cause or any other cause. All other blood results are normal.

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, 24 Parganas
The blood result of my wife about Vitamin D is 16. She feel dizzy and fatigued. Doctor suggested a medicine and infor...
Hi, Vit d level 16 is not very low. As you mention all other test are normal she may require adequate rest.
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