What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is the first form of medicine in India with its roots in the Indian subcontinent. It is known as one of the oldest holistic healing systems in the world and was developed over 3000 years ago in India. 

What spectrum of health problems are addressed?

Ayurveda is the branch of medicine that is considered the first in India and one of the world’s oldest and holistic treatment system that is based on trust that both wellness and health depends on the balance between body, mind and spirit. It involves the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the whole body through practices like meditation, yoga, massage, changes in the diet and consumption of herbal medicines.      

Which are the most common treatment?

Some of the common treatments of Ayurveda therapy include – 

Asthma , Eczema , Arthritis , Mobility and flexibility issues  , Strength and stamina issues  , Rheumatoid arthritis , Digestive problems , High cholesterol levels , High blood pressure , Stress , Anxiety.

For whom is Ayurveda more beneficial?

Gender –

Ayurveda is known to reduce anxiety and hence proves beneficial for women who are more inclined towards suffering from stress and anxiety. Men, suffering from stress and other disorders benefit from Ayurveda too. 

Age –

It is beneficial for patients of all age categories and the cure is known to suit all most every disorder. 

Inherited traits –

Genetically transmitted disorder can be reduced and even cured with Ayurveda treatments.  

Lifestyle –

Ayurveda tends to bring in changes in the lifestyle to support the treatment and prevention of the concerned disorder and also to ensure a healthy living.    

Pre-existing disorders –

Pre-existing disorders can be treated with Ayurvedic medicines, yoga and meditation. 

Ayurveda and COVID-19

As per Times of India report, there has been evidence of Ayurvedic medicines reducing the chances of COVID-19, however, nothing has been confirmed yet. 


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