Category Archives: Suvarna prashan

  • ADHD in children – An Ayurvedic perspective

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

            Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) manifests in childhood with symptoms of hyperactivity, impulsivity, and/or inattention. In addition, there are other secondary symptoms associated with ADHD such as insomnia, learning disabilities, and delayed language development. The symptoms affect cognitive, academic, behavioural, emotional and social functioning. ADHD is found to be more common in boys than girls. It often continues into adolescence and adulthood. If left untreated, it leaves millions of children and adults incapacitated causing a lifetime of frustrated dreams and emotional pain. The most commonly prescribed modern medications are central nervous system stimulants combined with counselling and cognitive behavioural interventions. The role of dopamine and nor-epinephrine regulation in patients with ADHD is considered the most important in treatment. The symptoms associated with ADHD cease only for the time these medications are active within the body. When the medication wears off, the symptoms return. A patient taking these medications needs to continue taking them throughout his/her life. There are many potential side effects of stimulants, including: decreased appetite, poor growth, dizziness, insomnia/
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  • Suvarna Prashan Sanskar (Ayurveda Immunization for children)

    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde

    Dear Readers, This is to inform all our readers and patients that in recent past we have noticed that somebody is misusing Ayurvedalive brand in Mumbai region for SuvarnaPrashan medicine. Kindly note, we are operating only in Pune on the name of Seven Ayurveda Care – Karve Road and Chinchwad Center. We are nowhere associated with any organization or any person providing door to door service for Survana Prashan registration in any other area or by any other name. Suvarna prashan sanskar is one of the 16 essential rituals described in ayurveda for children. Definition : The process in which Suvarna bhasma (purified ash of gold) is administered with fortified ghee prepared with herbal extracts, and honey in liquid or semisolid form. Whom to administer : Suvarna prashan can be given to age group of      0-16yrs. Time of administration : suvarna prashan can be done daily early in the morning, or atleast on every Pushya nakshatra- an auspicious day- which happens to come after every 27 days, given on this day it bestows excellent benefits. Benefits
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    Posted on by Dr. Shweta Labde


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