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How Do You Improve Your Digestion Naturally?

How Do You Improve Your Digestion Naturally?

Due to an unhealthy lifestyle, most of us experience digestion problems like flatulence, constipation, diarrhea, and nausea. When these symptoms are encountered frequently, there is likelihood that it is due to poor digestion. Digestion Explained, According to Ayurveda In Ayurveda, the term “Agni” is used in regards to digestion of food and metabolic functions in the body. Agni converts food in the form of energy, which is responsible for all the vital functions of our body. Therefore, Ayurveda considers that Dehagni is the cause of life, complexion, strength, health, nourishment, lusture, oja, teja (energy) and prana (life energy). About the importance of Agni, Acharya Charak has mentioned that...

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How To Keep Your Joints Healthy?

How To Keep Your Joints Healthy?

Joint Pain According To Ayurveda: As per Ayurveda, degeneration of joints (primary reason for most of joint pain) is termed as Sandhigatavata. Sandhivata is first described by Acharya Charaka as Sandhigata Anila with symptoms of Shotha (swelling) which when aggravated, feels like a bag filled with air and Shula (pain) on Prasarana and Akunchana (pain on flexion and extension of the joints). As age advances, the influence of Vata Dosha progresses, resulting in the process of gradual degeneration of the body.  Sandhigatavata (osteoarthritis) is one of the consequences of this process, which is common in the elderly people. This is one of the major causes of chronic disability, affecting the quality of life. Prevalence...

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How To Manage Diabetes Effectively

How To Manage Diabetes Effectively

In Ayurveda, Diabetes is called prameha or madhumeha. Explaining the word, Madhu Meha, the name suggest madhu as in honey or sugar (madhur - sweet ) consumption leading to disease. Ayurveda has a different approach of looking at madhumeha or prameha. It is not only related with sugar consumption only but also associated with combination of other unhealthy habits namely: Sedentary lifestyle - sitting in one place or office for hours Curd- high consumption of curd  Sleeping all day- sleeping throughout day increases kapha in body leads to madhumeha as it is kapha vaat disease. Sugar and jaggery consumption on...

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All About Urinary Tract Infection - Causes, Symptoms, & Medication

All About Urinary Tract Infection - Causes, Symptoms, & Medication

UTI (urinary tract infection) is very common in especially in females, mostly after the age of 20. It occurs due to bacterial growth in the urinary tract. According to Ayurveda, after food has passed through the digestive tract, it is divided into two parts mala and mutra. Mala as in stool, the hard food part. The liquid part is called mutra. Here whatever food products are getting consumed by us, gets filtered and the division is made. If we are taking precautions with our food intake, then there is no need to worry. UTI is considered very common and it...

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