Our modern-day pace of life is increasingly having a negative impact on our physical, mental, social and spiritual health which is manifesting itself in symptoms such as burn-out, stress and anxiety, loneliness, etc. Today we are suffering from the side effects of synthetic drugs and human lifestyle behaviours. We are also experiencing the hazardous and negative side effects of unwholesome foods coupled with bad eating habits and other adverse behaviours.
The human body is polluted with chemicals causing fluctuating stress and emotions. As a result, many diseases are manifesting in different modes. The geo-climatic environment, plants, animals and microbes have changed. We have experienced the negative effects of such changes, so we are now searching for nature-based healing for purification and balancing treatments.
In Ayurveda (Panchakarma) an age-old unique and special healing gift is the best way to detoxify by removing the basis of most ill health – toxic build-up. Ayurvedic treatments are systematically combined to eliminate toxins and harmful substances (Ama) from the body. Healthy people have zest, vitality, and performance in their daily life while those with chronic disorders struggle with daily life whilst trying to find relief from their complaints. According to Ayurveda “A person is deemed to be healthy if their physiology is in equilibrium: with their digestive system and metabolism working well, their tissues and excretory systems functioning normally and their soul, spirit and senses in a state of enduring, inner contentment”. Ayurveda’s understanding of health is comprehensive and dynamic in nature and explains health in its entirety as balanced between living beings and their environment. The interpretation of this term is that the “self” can be realised through a harmonious balance between body, mind and spirit. In Ayurveda, the relationship between environment and body has been described as the theory of microcosm and macrocosm involving five basic elements (Mahabhuta), three dynamic principles similar to humans (dosha), seven types of tissues (Dhatus), three types of wastes and many other unique concepts. These basic principles are still valid today.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) recognises Ayurveda as a holistic system of healthcare and can be used as a complete alternative to conventional medicine or alongside it as complementary medicine for good health and well-being. The fact that Ayurveda is far more than a mere wellness trend will be confirmed by anyone who has experienced the profound and long-lasting health benefits it can produce. These people are united by their experience: Ayurveda changes both body and soul, it imparts a feeling of effortlessness and provides renewed vigor for everyday life. Ayurveda can be the pivotal motivation towards recovery for many illnesses. It can help restore balance to your body and may reduce the need for many conventional medicines. The great thing about Ayurveda is that its treatments always yield side benefits, not side effects.
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