Constipation

Constipation

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Ayurvedic Name: Aanah | Responsible Dosha: Vata

Constipation is a condition in which a person experiences hard, dry, small in size, and difficulty in elimination of stool, it is also defined as having a bowel movement fewer than three times per week. Ayurveda says it is mainly caused by aggravation of Vata (air) though it can sometimes be caused by aggravation of pitta and kapha which leads to a low gastric fire (jathraagni).

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Anxiety & Depression

Anxiety & Depression

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Ayurvedic Name: Avsaada | Responsible Dosha: Pitta, Kapha, Vat & Tamsa Emotional Influence

Depression is a serious medical condition with a variety of symptoms including emotional & physical symptoms. Worry and anxiety are natural. But anxiety & worry may become so excessive and persistent that it can limit a person’s daily activities.

Major depressive disorder (depression) is not just a temporary mood, and it’s not a sign of personal weakness.

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Sinus

Sinus

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Ayurvedic Name: Pratishayaya or Peenas | Responsible Dosha: Vat dosha (Prana vata)

Sinusitis is the inflammation, of the mucous membranes lining, of one or more sinuses of the nose due to spread of the infection from the nose. As per the ayurvedic approach, Sinus problems are caused due to underlying imbalance in Prana Vata (the sub-dosha of vata that govern the head, brain and mind) and Shleshaka Kapha (sub-dosha that governs moisture and lubrication balance).

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Obesity

Obesity

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Ayurvedic Name: Medorog | Responsible Dosha: Pitta

Obesity in Ayurveda is known as Medorog and is defined excessive body fat accumulation in body. Medo roga specially found predominantly pitta body type constitution. The disturbed “Pitta-the digestive fire” is disturbed leading to improper digestion and assimilation of fats. Being overweight can put you at risk for hypertension, diabetes, arthritis, back pain, coronary heart disease, gall bladder disease, cancer and sleep problems.

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Sun Burn

Sun Burn

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Ayurvedic Name: Daah or Daagdh | Responsible Dosha: Pitta

Sunburn is the term for red, sometimes swollen and painful skin, caused by overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. Sunburn can vary from mild to severe, depending on skin type and amount of exposure to the sun. Sunburn is a serious risk factor for skin cancer and for sun damage (e.g. wrinkles and sun spots).

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Pigmentation

Pigmentation

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Responsible Dosha: Bhranjak Pitta

Skin pigmentation is irregular skin coloring which can be caused by changes in the skin melanin, vascular changes, or growth of foreign organisms on the skin. According to Ayurveda there are three basic body energy principal in our body (vata pitta and kapha). These 3 doshas divided in further 5 types to explains their role in our body. Pitta is composed of fire and water. There are five types of pitta & each responsible for a specific area of activity. Out of these five pitta one is known as bhranjak pitta present in the skin tissue, giving it color, temperature and aura. Environmental factor, life style and dietary habits imbalance the body pitta and aggravated pitta dosha creates skin related problems like pigmentation.
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Baldness & Thinning

Baldness & Thinning

Hair Loss Information:

  • An average scalp have 100,000 to 150,000 hairs.
  • It’s normal to shed 50 to 100 hairs per day.
  • Hair normal growing speed is 1/2 cm to 1 cm per month.
  • If a person has a good head of hair at the age of 40, without receding hair lines, he will have a good head of hair all his life.
  • However, if a person is to become shiny bald, except for the fringe area, the process usually starts at the age of 13-20. In rare cases, excess loss of scalp hair can start at the age of 15.

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Vigour and Vitality

Vigour and Vitality

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Responsible Factor: Dhaatu Khsya

Sexual vitality is a vital factor to lead pleasing sexual life. Some time people lose their sexual vitality due to change in lifestyle and emotional problem. In Ayurveda, there is a complete branch to explain the treatment for vigor and vitality is known as vaajikarna. Vaajikarana is the branch of Ayurveda dealing with the promotion of sexual health and the management of seminal disorders and male sexual disorders and their natural solutions. Ayurveda is the best natural way to treat sexual problems. Both physical and psychological disturbance can be responsible for the weakness.

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Scar Marks

Scar Marks

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Ayurvedic Name: Daag | Responsible Dosha: Pitta
Scar are the fibrous tissue form on the skin in order to repair broken tissue. when there is an injury the skin produces more cells in order to grow the punctured skin that is known as scar. Scars always occur when the outer layer of the skin, the epidermis is cut and the injury extends to the dermis. The resulting scar does not have good blood circulation, is sometimes uneven and is less elastic. In addition, major variations in color are possible.
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Alopecia Areata

Alopecia Areata

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Ayurvedic Name: Inderalupta | Responsible Dosha: Pitta & Vata

Ayurveda describes alopecia by use of terms such as “indralupt” “Khalitya” and “ruhya”. When there is a sudden loss of hair, it is considered as “indralupt”, while a long term hair loss is termed as “Khatilya”. It is believed that indralupt generally affects beard, while khatilya affects the scalp and when the entire body is affected, it is called “ruhya”.

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