B.A. Sanskrit, BAMS, M.A. Sanskrit, MS -Gynaecology Ayurveda
Ayurvedic Doctor, Thane
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Some forms of Ayurvedic treatment may not involve the use of medications.
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Ayurveda is not limited to just medications that patients must consume. Meditation and dietary changes are also recommended as parts of Ayurvedic remedy. Yoga is a crucial part of Ayurveda and it can cure a host of issues in the body. Incorporating certain leaves, roots as well as other natural products in your diet can also help treat certain conditions without the need of medications.
Ayurveda does not look to cure the symptoms of a disease.
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Ayurveda is not concerned with the symptoms of the disease you are suffering from. Instead, the medications look to resolve the underlying cause for the condition. For instance, instead of simply trying to resolve the high blood pressure in a hypertension patient, ayurvedic remedy looks to enhance the blood circulation in the body. Furthermore, it bolsters the immune system of the patient.
When did Ayurveda originate?
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It is believed that Ayurveda originated orally around 6,000 BC. Some evidence suggests that this form of remedy was in use even during the Indus Valley Civilization. However, the first recorded instance of its use was found in the Vedas. It is one of the only alternative forms of treatment that was developed in the ancient times but is still in use today.
Which of the following is known to increase with regular meditation?
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Meditation helps you keep your mind stress-free. While you meditate, you are at peace and can reflect on your decisions. This helps you figure out the best options for your future.
What are the side-effects of Ayurvedic medication?
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Ayurvedic medications are free from side-effects as they are made from natural ingredients. The goal of ayurvedic medicines is to strengthen the body from within and as a consequence, the symptoms disappear over time.