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When it comes to Ayurvedic Treatment, Kerala is the ideal place by people across the world because of its holistic approach and a uthentic therapies. Ayurveda, the ancient system of medicine that dates back to more than two millennia and has millions of followers and practitioners across the world is believed to have been passed from Gods. Dhanwantri or Divodasa was the name of the sage who was given the knowledge of Ayurveda, who, in turn, passed the same to the other practitioners. This ancient system of medicine is still being practised across the globe and has different regional elements to it, for example, Indian, Greek, Chinese, and lots more. India was the place of origin of Ayurveda, and, currently, has many distinct regional aspects across the various States. Of all the places, the Himalayan belt and Kerala have still retained the original and unabridged essence of Ayurveda intact for generations. Ayurvedic treatment packages in Kerala include rejuvenation packages, destress programmes, relaxation packages, detoxification, etc. Before we dive deep into the various regional forms of Ayurveda and what makes them so popular, let us move ahead to learn a bit more about the system of medicine.

Ayurveda – A brief overview:

As per Ayurveda, there are three Doshas or body dispositions, namely –Vata, Pitta and Kapha. When all three of them are balanced, the body stays in a healthy condition. Aggravation or alleviation of any one or more of these Doshas leads to diseases. Further, in Ayurveda, all the diseases are linked to the food we consume and our digestive system, and almost all of the diseases originate in the stomach or Jathar. If you eat stale food; highly spicy food; deep-fried and too greasy food and foods that are opposing in nature together, your body Doshas get disturbed or imbalanced leading to various diseases. This is why Ayurvedic treatment packages and therapies in Kerala play a high importance on lifestyle and diet for complete recovery.

Further, in Ayurveda, if you eat foods that aggravate or alleviate your body disposition, your health will falter. For example, a person with Kapha disposition should refrain from eating cold foods in general, and especially in the winter season. This will lead to cold, cough, fever, body aches, stomach-ache and runny nose etc. Similarly, a person with Pitta disposition should eat bland and natural or whole foods. Eating spicy, processed or fried foods will lead to acidity, heartburn, digestive disorders and may have adverse effects on kidneys and liver.

So, all in all, as per Ayurveda, all diseases start with the food you eat and the kind of lifestyle you have. In fact, the reputed practitioners also believe that your thought process, sleep patterns, entertainment preferences and your behaviour also have a strong influence and impact on your health.

Having grasped the basic overview of Ayurveda, let us move ahead and find out some more interesting facts.

Ayurveda – Interesting Facts:
  • Consuming opposing natural foods such as milk and sour or salty foods; fish and milk; and cold and hot foods together leads to diseases such as allergies, eczema and diabetes.
  • Ayurveda recognizes 20 types of diabetes or Madhumeha.
  • As per Ayurveda, sleeping for more than 20 minutes during the day causes serious harm to the internal body functions.
  • Eating only when you are extremely hungry and stop eating before filling the stomach completely will keep your digestive system strong and body free of obesity.
  • You should not take a bath with extremely hot water even in winters to avoid your body losing sebum or the protective layer of fat.
  • Sudden loss of hair and mental concentration; change in the colour of nails and skin; and sudden change in diet patterns are the common symptoms of underlying diseases.

At our Hospital, we provide mind and body healing and detoxification Panchakarma procedures that are customized as per individual condition to treat, recover and rejuvenate the body’s vital systems without any side effects. To know more about Panchakarma treatment plans and treatment cost, book an appointment now.

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