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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Memory Loss

Memory Loss

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Ayurvedic Name: Smriti Naash | Responsible Dosha: Vata

Memory loss in Ayurveda is known as Smriti Naasha. which is caused by vitiated vata dosha in body. The abode of intellect, which is the carrier of the three types of gunas- satvik, rajasik, tamasik, gets disturbed and their balance is lost.Human brain is the most sophisticated organs nature has made and interesting aspects of the brain is power to retain information, known as memory. Our memory is facilitated by brain chemicals called neurotransmitters. When these brain chemicals are low or out of balance, memory issues can ensue. Memory is perhaps the most vital of the aspects that differentiates human beings from other animals.

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Anti-Ageing

Anti-ageing

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Ayurvedic Name: Jara | Responsible Dosha: Vata

Ayurveda considers childhood to be the Kapha stage of life. Adulthood is Pitta time, and old age is the Vata stage of life. Ageing of the skin is due to the aggravation of vata dosha, which naturally increases with age. Old age is a slow and continuous process of physical deterioration in strength, in energy and in initiative and cannot meet the requirements of an active life. According to ayurveda anti aging means primarily maintaining a healthy body into old age and slowing down the processes of aging, wear and tear, and degeneration. The aim of Ayurveda anti-aging is to aspire to a healthy aging process, to keep both body and mind functioning at optimal capacity. Factors due to which skin get aged divided in to internal and external factors. Internal factors include doshas imbalance due to improper dietary habits and routine life style. External factors include the lifestyle and environment of the individual like smoking, exposure to sun, exposure to cold, poor diet, too much stress, lack of exercise etc.
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Acne

Acne

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Ayurvedic Name: Yuvan Pidika | Responsible Dosha: Vat & Kapha

Acne is a common skin disease characterized by pimples on the face, chest and back. It occurs when the pores of the skin become clogged with oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria.

Acne is a common skin disease characterized by pimples on the face, chest, and back. It occurs when the pores of the skin become clogged with oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria. Acne is a message from your body telling you that something is wrong inside.
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Joint Pains

Joint Pains

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Ayurvedic Name: Sandhigat Vata| Responsible Dosha: Vata

According to Ayurveda joint pain is known as Sandhigata vata. With increase in age vata dosha is predominant in human body that is why with aging disease caused by vata dosha increases in body. Joint pain is a common symptom with many possible causes. Joint Pain and Arthritis are the one of the most devastating conditions faced by individuals, particularly elderly women today. When there is pure Vata dosha involvement (a pain without swelling or discoloration) then the massage with medicated ayurvedic oil is quite useful & supplement is helpful in balancing bodily humors “vata”, which is responsible dosha for Sandhigata vata.
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Nuts, the Power Food

Nuts, the Power Food

“Nature has offered us wonderful small packaging of minerals and vitamins along with their disease fighting ability in the form of nuts. Ayurveda recommends a balanced intake of all six tastes – sweet, sour, salt, bitter, pungent and astrigent — to provide well-being and reduce cravings. Nuts in general are high in calories, but moderation is the key.
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Ayurvedic Workout

Ayurvedic Workout

“In Ayurveda, the first requirement for health, fitness and longevity is that the body’s life force or “prana” must flow effortlessly into every cell of the body. This is accomplished primarily via the breath. It is with the proper use of the breath during exercise that will bring harmony between the mind and body and create a measurable experience of calm and rejuvenation into each workout. Most of us do not realize that our body responds to exercise as an emergency. The fight-or-flight nervous system gets maxed out even during moderate exercise. This emergency response during each workout not only produces stress-fighting degenerative hormones but it is likely the key factor in Chronic Aversion To Exercise.
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