Category Archives: Pain management

  • Nasya – 2 drops of health…

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    Hair fall, premature greying of hair, headache, neck pain, stress and stress related insomnia or insufficient sleep, decreased immunity, are the most common complaints faced by many of us in day to day life. Although these complaints are disturbing- they are not much taken care of, the reason being quite simple – it doesnot hamper our daily routine. On a second thought, is it really wise to neglect these small problems? Continuous use of headphones, computer and mobile screens are over exerting our sense organs, leading to irritability, headache,vision impairment. Repeated episodes of insufficient or disturbed sleep may as well cause restlessness, fatigue, indigestion and other digestive disorders, raised blood pressure,etc. We have lost to the routines,and it is not easy to alter this hectic lifestyle, but we can surely try improvising our lifestyle with a small addition, which will not only help reduce these problems but gradually strengthen our senses… Yes -  NASYA- 2 drops of health. Nasya -  Nasya is one among the five karmas (Panchakarma), it is a procedure in which medicinal drops are
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  • Sciatica

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    Sciatica or Gridhrasi is a severe painful condition affecting the posterior aspect of one or both the lower limbs. The pain radiates along the path of sciatic nerve which has its origin at the back of the pelvis from the lumbosacral vertebrae. This excruciating pain originates in lower back, hip, thigh, calf muscles and ends up in the toe. The pain is the result of either compression of the nerve due to any reason like stenosis of spinal canal, accidental injury, fall, degenerative changes in the intervertebral disc, slipped disc – in which the disc buldge – exerts pressure on the nerve root involving sciatic nerve OR inflammation of muscles of the supporting tissues of the sciatic nerves of the leg. At times  the pregnancy bump also exerts the pressure on the spine resulting in compression of the sciatic nerve and exaggerated pain in the lower limb. The pain may express in various ways like a simple tingling in the leg , burning or numbness in the leg to throbbing and excruciating pain during few
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  • Arthritis And Ayurveda

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    Our body is a machine, joined with various types of joints, like hinge joints at elbows and knees, ball and socket joint at shoulders and hip joint,etc. These joint are classified differently on the basis of its structure, function and anatomy. Irrespective of all these details, we know that any machine needs maintenance, to keep it working. so does our body; but do we really take care of this God gifted machine? or just toil it as per our convenience. Here, in this article we’ll take a brief insight of Joint disorders and how to keep them in best of their health. For a joint to be strong, it is not only the joint which needs to be taken care of, but also the bones involved in the joint, the surrounding muscles, cartilages, and the lubricant (synovial fluid) which facilitates the movement of the joint. Ayurveda explains that any joint disorder or pain in joints is the result of aggravated vata dosha. Joint disorder involving inflammation of one or more joints together is termed as Arthritis
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  • Health Tips

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    The chilly winter, not only brings with it manageable cold and cough, but also painful throat, and tonsillitis. Salt water gargles doesn’t always prove helpful. Add 1 tsp of Yashtimadhu (glycerrhiza glabra) and pinch of turmeric to cup of water, boil the mixture, strain and add ½ tsp of salt. Gargling with this medicated water relieves throat pain and inflammation. These gargles also remove the congested cough in the throat.

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  • Pain management in Ayurveda

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    Pain can be described as any physical suffering or discomfort         caused by illness or injury. No matter however mild the pain is anywhere in the body it lands you in a state of discomfort and affects your day to day activities. Pain can present in various ways as throbbing pain in toothache, eye ache or a colic pain which comes in spasm as in renal calculi, gnawing pain in abdominal discomfort, muscular pain as in sprain, sports injury, joint pain due to swelling and many more; and our answer to this is a pain killer which on frequent usage also kills our resistance power. Ayurveda explains the origin of pain is due to vitiated Vata dosha, once vata dosha is treated efficiently the pain subsides automatically. Many people have a false belief that Ayurveda is no good in times of acute pain, Ayurvedic medicines should only be consumed in chronic illnesses and it always gives very slow results but the thing is they are unaware of the wonder management. Here are the various ways to kill
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