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2018-06-22T07:06:36
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Hypothyroidism : Hypothyroidism is a clinical condition which results due to inadequate production of thyroid hormones for prolonged periods or resistance of the peripheral (body) tissues to the effects of thyroid hormones. According to Ayurveda, Thyroid gland is primarily under activity of Agni ( Bio-Digestive fire) of our body. Agni at cellular level is inhibited by multiple reasons leading to diminished metabolism in the body leading to Hypothyroidism. As multiple systems are involved in the impairment related organs also show diminished functions in this condition. A subdued Kapha under the influence of vitiated vata is primarily responsible for impaired body functions. Common Symptoms :  Fatigue  Weakness  Weight gain or increased difficulty losing weight  Coarse, dry hair  Dry, rough pale skin  Hair loss  Cold intolerance (you can't tolerate cold temperatures like those around you)  Muscle cramps and frequent muscle aches  Constipation  Depression  Irritability  Memory loss  Abnormal menstrual cycles  Decreased libido Treatment: Ayurveda provides a holistic approach in treating Hypothyroidism. Ayurveda aims at detoxifying the body at the tissue level in the form of Shodhana which is done through Panchakarma. Following Panchakarma procedures are carried out in Hypothyroid Patients. 1. Vaman: A therapeutically induced vomiting capable to clear all blocked body channel which is primarily indicated for diseases especially in the Ear-Nose-Throat (ENT) region. The subdued Kapha dosha is responsible for slowing down of the metabolic activity in the body. Vaman removes the excess Kapha from the body thereby clearing the obstructed hormonal axis. Also Thyroid gland is located in the neck, which is the prime site for Kapha dosha. 2. Virechan: In this loose motions are induced to clear all the blocked channels. However Virechan is more helpful in fluffiness of the body which is developed by the vitiated Vata and Kapha. 3. Nasya: Nasya is instillation of specifically prepared herbal oils in the nostrils in specific quantities. It helps clear the excess kapha accumulated along the hypothalamus pituitary Thyroid axis as it is mentioned in Ayurveda – “Nasa (Nose) is the entrance for head”. Any disease related to upper part of chest can be effectively managed with the help of Nasya. External therapies like Shirodhara, Takradhara, Udwartanam, Shiro Lepam, are also carried out according to the symptoms of Patient. Along with the detoxification procedures internal medicines are also given to rectify the vitiated Vata and Kapha. The medicines are in the form of Herbal Decoctions (KADHA), tablets, and some tried and tested churnaas (fine powders). Dietary advice to regulate the bodily doshas is also an essential part of treatment. Request you to consult the ayurveda physician for an in-depth body (Prakriti) analysis and precautions to be undertaken.
2018-06-16T07:42:10
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Suvarnaprashan or Swarnaprashan as it is also known is the act of consuming a noble metal(gold) as per Ayurveda. It is one of the essential sixteen rituals or "Sodashk Sanskaar" as mentioned in the ancient text undertaken to nourish/improve the physical and mental development of children. Gold Ash mixed with a combination of Honey and Cow ghee are fortified along with other herbs like brahmi, sankhpushpi etc to form a unique combination that essentially supports nourishment. As per kashyap Samhita ( Classical Ayurveda Text on Pediatrics) the prime benefits of swarnaprashan are as folls: 1) To Boost immunity system. 2) To Enhance memory power. 3) To Improve digestion. 4) To Improve overall physical and mental health. Importance of Pushya Nakshatra in Swarnraprashan : Pushya Nakshatra is one of the 27 Nakshatras as indicated in astrology. During this phase the star realign themselves to a shape of the COW UDDER (which is associated with nourishment).Hence the name "Pushya". The classical Text also refer that the human body is most receptive to any external nourishment stimulus on this very auspicious time. Hence while commencing or recommending Swarnaprashan to any kids its best to begin on the advised day and then continue to administer the same as per the Ayurveda physicians recommendation. Swarnaprashan can be administered to any child from a newborn to the age of sixteen. Dosage and frequency is best to be discussed with your Ayurveda Physician.
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