Health to Happiness Through Ayurvedic Self Care -Welcome 2016...

Dear Friends,Merry Christmas to all,as we are in the last week of year 2015,in this year we discussed a lot on various health issues and it's solution through Ayurveda...even we discussed a lot on Diet Care,Life Style Care,Stress Management through Ayurveda,and lot more hope you all liked the we are moving towards the fresh new year 2016 and let us discuss some thing very helpful to you all and that is the aspect of Self care Through remain Healthy and Happy in coming Year...Merry Christmas Before starting the blog we must know what is self Care?The short and sweet meaning of Self Care is to take care of myself today...Self care includes any intentional actions you take to care for your physical, mental and emotional health...because according to Ayurveda we believes that the first aim of Ayurveda is...Swasthasya Swasthya Rakshanam...Means to keep Healthy person Healthy... and Aturasya Vikar Prashamanam Cha...Means to cure the ailments of the person who get ill... Why Self Care ?
While our body is a miracle of self-regulation, we are much more likely to enjoy health and happiness when we nurture it with love and attention, tuning into what we really need and making choices that nourish our physical, emotional, and spiritual well being.
If we take care of ourselves first then we can take care of others even better...
Lord Budhha said...“Your body is precious. It is your vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care.”If we have been blessed with general good health, we may tend to take our body for granted, not paying attention to what a miracle it is that we can see the colors of the landscape, hold the hand of a loved one, savor a delicious meal, listen to our favorite music, and breathe in the scent of freshly mowed grass.Now what is definition of Health According to Ayurveda?As we discussed the definition of Health According to Ayurveda in our previous blog is below...
“Samadosha, samagnischa samadhatumala kriyaha
prasanna atmenindriya manaha swasthya ityabhidheeyate"
Acharya Susruta has described the features of a healthy person in the above quote. It follows that the doshas must be in equilibrium, the digestive fire must be in a balanced state and the tissues (dhatus) and malas (wastes) must work in a normal state. The sensory and motor organs and mind, atma must be also in a pleasant state. Such a person is called a healthy person or Swastha...
A person who always eats wholesome food,Enjoy a regular life style,remain unattached to the objects of the senses,gives and forgives,loves truth,and serves others lives without disease.
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Now for self Care we need to follow below mentioned:
1.Dinacharya…Means Day Life...
Daily routine is Dinacharya in Ayurveda. The term ‘Din’ means day and ‘Acharya’ denotes routine, the word ‘carya’ coming from the root ‘car’, which means ‘to move, to follow or to walk’. Hence Dina-carya is the path we follow to the beat of nature’s heart leading us to joy and enlightenment. This is why a teacher or master is known as ‘acarya’, or one who flows with nature’s rhythm.
We will discuss the Dinacharya in coming blog...
2.Ritucharya(Seasonal Life)
This include Your Diet and Life style according to season...
3.Diet according to your constitution
4.Stress Management Through Ayurveda Panchakarma,Yoga and Meditation
5.The Rasayan Herbs to maintain your Oja(Immunity)...
We will discuss all 1 by 1 in coming blogs in New year...
Wish You all a Very Healthy and Happy New Year 2016...
Happy New Year
Hope you all will like above post and i welcomes your feedback and comments…Have a pleasant week end ahead… Dr.Gaurang JoshiDr.Bhavna Joshi /img/208/Image Twitter @drgaurangjoshi
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  • Shirodhara Massage

    Atharva Ayurveda that offer shirodhara are careful to create a comfortable and tranquil environment with atmospheric background music and a soft treatment table.
    Lying on your back, your body will be cocooned in warmed towels and your head will be positioned under the oil ‘fountain’ – a metal bottle with a slow-flowing spout from which the oils will stream gently onto the forehead.

  • Abhyanga Massage

    Abhyanga, the Ayurvedic form of massage, functions as both a strengthening and reducing therapy. There are four main reasons for giving or receiving an Abhyanga:
      • The eliminate excess water and fat deposits
      • To purify the blood and tissues of toxins
      • To strengthen and rejuvenate
      • To maintain strength and balance

  • Panchakarma

    Panchakarma therapy is also used as a purification therapy to cleanse the body before starting a treatment. A diseased body can be compared to a soiled cloth which can not be colored as we desire. Hence to attain the maximum benefits , the body has to be purified or cleaned before starting the treatment.The cleared channels help medicines to penetrate the deeper tissues.

  • Research At Atharva Ayurved India

    Currently Doing Research Project Title “Clinical study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Polyherbal powder in patients with vitiligo.”with The Department Of Pharmaceuticals Sciences,Saurashtra University,Rajkot. Currently Doing One More Research Project Title “An open label study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Polyherbal formulations in patients with mild to moderate psoriasis”

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