Manage chronic pain in 7 steps with Ayurveda
Life is the journey from a pain (birth) to a pain (death) and Pain is a body’s dear friend who walks alone and tells when something is wrong.
According to Ayurveda a holistic way of living, chronic pain is caused by Doshic (biomaterials) imbalances and is influenced by many factors like diet, digestion, toxin accumulation, stress, exercise levels and daily routine so if the imbalance is corrected and the body’s defense mechanisms are strengthened by herbal formulas, lifestyle changes, various detox programmes and unique diet planning, and then the body will resist any sort of chronic pain with a goal of eliminating it.
7 steps to treat chronic pain followed at “pure herbal ayurved clinic” are:
Ayurvedic herbalized oil massages helps in loosening impurities that are embedded in tissues and helps liquefy them for easy absorption into the circulation and eventual elimination of pain.
Ayurveda advises a easy to digest and a nourishing dietary approach that improves the digestion along with ayurvedic herbal formulas which helps in restoring balance to the specific functioning modes whose malfunctioning causes the chronic pain.
Incompletely digested foods create ama/toxins and impurities that are eventually absorbed, travel throughout the physiology, localize in tissues and disrupt their functioning leading to a chronic pain which is treated by a proper use of spices and cooking oils, by favouring digestion-enhancing foods, by reducing digestion-depressing foods.
Vata imbalance is an underlying cause of the painful condition and is reversed by specific diets, herbs, cleansing programs, meditation, yoga asanas and yoga breathing exercises.
Excessive mental, emotional and physical stress can worsen the symptoms of many chronic pain. Ayurveda may treat it by massage and heat treatments or by yoga asana postures.
One of the most important factors for maintaining healthy functioning is to have a lifestyle that does not disturb natural bodily rhythms. Ayurveda reviews and creates a daily schedule that will increase balance in your physiology and aid in healing your body.
Ayurveda advises proper stretching and flexibility exercises as it has a very positive effect on circulation, nervous system function, the body's healing response thereby treats many chronic pains.
Thus ayurveda manages the chronic pain by approaching it in the above integrated manner.
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