Ayurveda is the oldest medicine system of health care in the world that has been first established in India.
Ayurveda is the best standard of living and covers all aspects of health from nutrition and surgery.
The tradition of ayurveda has been established 5000 years ago. Ayurveda is mainly based on scientific principles of diagnosis and treatment. It greatly differs from conventional medicine.
Prevention is the main aim of ayurveda. Because of ayurveda, the old ancient’s texts tell that a human being should be able to live up to 100 years and that all of these years should be lived in good health, both physically and mentally.
Ayurveda does not accept the concept of getting old equals a failing health and a poor quality of life.
There is an emphasis which tries to achieve a positive and equal balance between mind and body. All the ayurvedic practitioners will often struggle to find health issues which are in their early stages.
Ayurveda helps to deal with those diseases before they get more serious. As a whole, ayurveda seeks to take a preventative position when it comes to diseases, both physical and mental.
According to ayurveda human body is made up of five elements. An excess of one or more of these could imbalance your body and it leads to illness. According to ayurveda your whole body is considered as a mutually responding system.
Originally, ayurveda came up with three bio-energies or “doshas” which are effectively combinations of these five elements.
For instance “pitta” comes from fire and little water, and “vata” which comes from combination of ether and air. All the three doshas comes in perfect harmony and in balance with each other.
Benefits of ayurveda:
The benefits of ayurveda include physical, mental and spiritual aspects of a person. Ayurveda is mainly focused on balancing the “doshas” so as to restore your health.
Most importantly, a discriminating diet according to your dosha type and well regulated life helps strengthen your natural immune system. Ayurveda is beneficial to your health.
Ayurveda can be used to treat the chronic diseases like:
- Neurological disorders
- Heart ailments
- Tumor growths
Ayurveda helps in maintaining balance within the body. It quickens the process of internal cleansing. The impurities found in the tissues of your body can be released without compromising or disturbing the quality and the functions of the other organs and tissues in other parts of the body.
The most important affect of ayurveda is on your mental health. When your mind gets stressed the stress hormone cortisone is released by adrenal glands.
Cortison hormone affects the total volume of your brain’s hippocampus, which regulates your memory. Stress affects all your decision making activities in every field of life.
Ayurveda stresses on four principles. It regulates food habits, activities, sleeping habits and sexual habits to maintain the balance and equanimity of the mind.
The lifestyle, treatment methods and diet schedules in ayurveda are carefully planned to heal your body as well as to enrich the mind and the soul.