Ayurveda is a holistic Indian treatment system that was developed more than thousands of years ago. Just like other treatment systems, Ayurveda aims at fighting against diseases and promote good health. A good percent of people have started to follow Ayurveda because of its impressive effectiveness. There is a deluded belief that Ayurveda is all about chanting, Yoga, massaging, etc. But it is actually more than that. Ayurveda aims at eradicating the root cause of the diseases. Ayurvedic treatments are based on the concept that there should be a balance in the emotions. As per the Ayurveda, nature is comprised of 5 elements such as Water, Earth, Fire, Space, and Air that is grouped into three body types (Dosha) – Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. It is said that the body is healthy if these doshas are perfectly balanced. Ayurveda, apart from curing diseases, has many benefits.
1. Helps in Weight Loss
Ayurveda focuses on treatment that includes a healthy diet and lifestyle. That way it helps a person to shred. Weight is not an obstacle is Ayurveda. Nor it aims at reducing body fat. But the path followed by Ayurveda helps to burn excess fat in the body. The ingredients of the foods used for the diet are capable of boosting the metabolism in the body and thus the body weight is reduced.
2. Gives glowing skin and hair
According to Ayurveda, the expensive clinical treatments can be avoided and the organic and natural ways help to make an impact on your hair and skin in a cost-efficient way. A healthy diet, exercise, and Ayurvedic medicines play a major role in giving glowing skin and hair. Diet in Ayurveda focuses more on high-antioxidant foods, herbs, teas, vegetables, protein, and healthy fats. Also, this does not do any harm to the body.
3. Reduce Stress
When life is hectic and there is no room for relaxation, Ayurveda helps one to reduce stress and anxiety. This is as the result of the regular practice of meditation, Yoga, Breathing exercises, massages and herbal treatments which allow the body to relax, detoxify and revitalize. Through the Yogas, one can become alert and focused. The breathing exercises help the body get purified and also helps to make one more aware.
4. Lower Inflammation
The inflammation arises form Lack of proper diet, wrong eating routines, less sleep, non-uniform sleep pattern. Inflammation is also the first sign of various diseases like neurological diseases, diabetes, arthritis, etc. Proper food habits can tackle the issue of inflammation. Proper meal and diet in Ayurveda, helps to strengthen the digestive system and the timely consumption of food can filter your blood. This way inflammation can be lowered.
5. Cleanse the Body
The Panchakarma is an Ayurvedic practice that eliminated bodily toxins. The body is cleansed with the help of oil massages, enema, Bloodletting, etc. This practice helps in eliminating the toxins that threaten bodily functions. Cumin, cardamom, fennel, and ginger are some widely used Herbal medicines in Ayurveda to cleanse the body.
6. Lower Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, and Illness
Atherosclerosis is a condition where the cholesterol and fats form in the inner lining of the arteries. This is said to be the root cause of seizures and strokes. The techniques of Ayurveda helps to reduce this. The medicines in Ayurveda is comprised of various vitamins minerals and proteins that can tackle the illness. The timely and appropriate dosage of medicine helps to fight immunity disorders. Also, the blood flow and circulation are increased to flush the toxins out of the body.

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Dr Rafeena Kidavintavida is one of the best ayurveda practitioner in Sydney, Australia.
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