Monday, December 05, 2005

Ayurveda for a stress free arthritis treatment

Ayurveda provides a number of remedies for modern lifestyle disorders, says Dr Farida Khan.

Good health is nature’s gift to man, but man, being preoccupied with a mechanical lifestyle, has alienated himself from nature. Instead of taking full advantage of natural resources to acquire a sound health, he has developed a tendency of drifting away. In this gloomy situation, there exits a silver lining and that is ‘Ayurveda.’ Ayurveda is a unique, indispensable branch of medicine.

A complete naturalistic system that depends on the diagnosis of your body’s humors to achieve the right balance. Ayurveda provides rational means for the treatment of many internal diseases. Simultaneously it lays a great deal of emphasis upon the maintenance of positive health of an individual. It thus aims at both the preventive and cure of diseases, it also studies basic human nature and natural urges like hunger, thirst, sleep and sex and provides measures for a disciplined disease free life.

The human body according to Ayurveda is composed of three fundamental elements called Doshas, Dhatus and Malas. The doshas govern the physico-chemical and physiological activities of the body. The dhatus enter into the formation of a basic structure of a body cell, thereby performing some specific action.

The malas are substance which are party utilized in the body and party excreted in a modified from after serving their physiological functions. These three elements are said to be in a dynamic equilibrium with each other for the maintenance of health. Any imbalance of their relative preponderance in the body results in disease and delay.

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