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    The Ayurvedic Way toward Health

    Ayurveda

    Worldwide interest in Ayurveda is rapidly growing, especially in the United States, Europe, and Japan.

    Ayurveda is an entire system of living aimed at achieving a state of well-being through lifestyle, diet, and remedy derived from herbs.

    It is the most comprehensive and complete systems of health that has ever been developed in India over 3,000 years.  It has been used by Indian doctors for their patients with success.


    Principles of Ayurvedic Traditional Practice

    The first principle of Ayurvedic healing is that the remedy must have no ill side effects.

    Ayurveda considers illness as an imbalance in doshas. The aim of Ayurveda is twofold:

    • to lead a healthy life full of vigor
    • to bring about healing from disease


    I. The Ayurvedic Way toward
    Healthy Blood Pressure


    The Root Causes of High Blood Pressure

    From Ayurvedic perspective, high blood pressure is viewed as a disturbance in "vata dosha."

    Too little Vata energy results in nerve loss, congestion, difficulty in breathing, constipation; as well as mental confusion, forgetfulness, negligence, and lack of concentration.

    Too much Vata energy results in headaches, dry coughs, sore throat, earaches, high blood pressure, muscle spasms, lower back pain, dry & wrinkled skin, aching joints, abdominal gas, diarrhea, menstrual cramps, premature ejaculation, as well as interrupted sleep, restlessness, tendency to do too much, and anxiety.

    Some people may also have frequent fluctuations in Vata, and may face both types of symptoms mentioned above.

    From Ayurvedic perspective, high blood pressure is actually related to imbalance in Vata, particularly high Vata.


    Vita problem Manifested in Hypertension.

    Disturbance in vata leads to problems in the following three categories:

    • metabolic and circulatory diseases
    • emotional irregularities
    • stress related illnesses


    They include more than one of the following, often in clusters: anxiety, sleep disturbance, pounding pulse, stiff neck, irritability, exhaustion, frustration, impatience, fatigue, sensitivity to light, headaches, tension, ear ringing, shortness of breath, and dizziness.


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