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Dandruff Dandruff can have several causes, including dry skin, seborrhoeic dermatitis, not cleaning/scrubbing often enough, shampooing too often, scalp psoriasis, eczema, sensitivity to hair care products, or a yeast-like fungus. Dry skin is the most common cause of flaking dandruff. Causes & Symptoms : Dandruff can have several causes, including dry skin, seborrhoeic dermatitis, not cleaning/scrubbing often enough, shampooing too often, scalp psoriasis, eczema, sensitivity to hair care products, or a yeast-like fungus. Dry skin is the most common cause of flaking dandruff. As the skin layers continually replaces itself, cells are pushed outward where they die and flake off. For most individuals, these flakes of skin are too small to be visible. However, certain conditions cause cell turnover to be unusually rapid, especially in the scalp. It is hypothesized that for people with dandruff, skin cells may mature and be shed in 2–7 days, as opposed to around a month in people without dandruff. The result is that dead skin cells are shed in large, oily clumps, which appear as white or grayish flakes on the scalp, skin and clothes. Ayurvedic Treatment : Dandruff comes under Kshudra Rogas in Ayurveda, which appears due to an imbalance of all three doshas . The primary doshas involved are Pitta and Vata. Pitta is an Ayurvedic dosha which symbolizes fire and Vata is dry and rough in nature. In an aggravated state, both doshas cause production of specific impurities, called ama, which are dry and heating in nature. These impurities accumulate in the deep tissues of scalp and contaminate them. Contamination of the deep tissues and aggravated Vata-Pitta Dosha cause itching and patches on scalp. Due to these factors, the scalp sheds larger than normal amounts of dead epidermal cells, which leads to the problem of dandruff. The Ayurvedic treatment is to generally pacify Pitta and Vata by using ayurvedic herbal medicines, as well as ayurvedic diet and lifestyle.
Skin Disease And Rainy Season This is starting of rainy season in india and in this season there increased chances of fungal infections like skin disesase due to moist weather and moist clothes, so everyone have to take care about there personal hygiene in this 4 months time. Try to keep all your clothes dry and free from moisture. Take care of your personal hygiene as well.
Varicose veins are gnarled, enlarged veins. Any vein may become varicose, but the veins most commonly affected are those in your legs and feet. That's because standing and walking upright increases the pressure in the veins of your lower body. For many people, varicose veins and spider veins — a common, mild variation of varicose veins — are simply a cosmetic concern. For other people, varicose veins can cause aching pain and discomfort. Sometimes varicose veins lead to more-serious problems. Varicose veins may also signal a higher risk of other circulatory problems. Treatment may involve self-care measures or procedures by your doctor to close or remove veins. According to ayurveda varicose veins are caused due to Rakta dhatu dusti, so raktamokshana is the main line of treatment in treating varicose veins by ayurveda, at our clinic we give panchakarma therapy along with medication for varicose veins, this can be completely cured by using ayurvedic treatments for varicose veins.
Netra Tarpan ( Eye Rejuvenation) The phrase Akshitarpana ( also called Netrabasti) is from Sanskrit where Akshi refers to eyes(Netra=eyes) and tarpana stands for nourishment (basti= retaining something inside). This procedure is popularly called as kriyakalpa for eye diseases in Ayurveda. Kriyakalpa literally means treatment. Akshitarpana is an eye care treatment and rejuvenation program in Ayurveda. This is ideally prescribed after a course of a body detox program preferably, Virechana (therapeutic purgation) and a course of Nasyam (nasal instillation of medicated drops).
Ayurveda and Hair Treatments Stress, worry, anxiety, and inadequate nutrition lead to hair loss and premature graying of hair. A certain amount of hair loss is considered normal, as old strands are replaced by new. When hair loss is excessive, care must be taken. Similarly, the graying of hair after a certain age is a normal phenomenon, but when this starts in the early years of life, one should look into for remedies. Causes of hair fall in ayurveda Increased intake of fried, sour, spicy, salty, and fermented foods, as well as tea and coffee, aggravate the Pitta Dosha (Ayurvedic humor representing Fire) in the body. This Pitta accumulates in the skin of the scalp, leading to hair falling out and graying prematurely. Factors like excessive anger and stress are also responsible. Excessive consumption of alcohol and meat also aggravate Pitta. Ayurvedic Hair loss and premature greying treatment. Hair loss is known as Khalitya in Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, hair is a byproduct of bone formation and the tissue responsible for building bones is also responsible for the growth of hair. Early hair loss is related to body type and the balance of the mind-body constitution (doshas). People who have excess Pitta in their body are likely to lose their hair early in life, or have prematurely thin or gray hair. Excess Pitta in the sebaceous gland, at the root of the hair, or folliculitis can lead to hair loss. Ayurvedic treatment of hair loss is aimed at pacification of Pitta through a customized diet and lifestyle regime, along with medication. A combination of diet, herbs, oil massage, meditation, aromatherapy, breathing and yoga can be beneficial in addressing the problem of hair loss and premature graying of hair.
Lichen planus and ayurveda This condition is considered as a variety of Kushta(skin disease) resulted from dooshi visha or accumulated toxins. Regular exposure to unwholesome food, activities, chemicals and other toxins gradually affect proper functioning of digestive fire or Agni. Result of impaired digestion is the production of Ama or partly digested food. This achieves toxic nature and accumulates in the body. Toxic Ama is absorbed and transported through subtle channels of body or Srothas.After getting accumulated in some part of the body it manifest in to symptoms when favorable factors are available. Toxins get covering by Kapha and thus it can resist from body mechanisms of digestion or excretion. In the case of lichen planus , Ama get deposited in the skin or mucous membrane .Gradually this affect Vatha, Pitha and Kapha components of skin and gradually manifest in to symptoms. Even though all the three Doshas involve in the pathogenesis, Pitha and Kapha dominate in Lichen planus. Due to the treatments or other factors, this disease may subside for some time. Practice of unwholesome food, activities etc will again trigger pathogenesis and finally resulting in the new episode of the disease. Ayurvedic management Treatment mainly aims purification of the body, achieving healthy digestive fire, cure of symptoms remaining and rejuvenation of body. 1. To detoxify the system by Sodhana or Panchakarma procedures. After assessing signs and symptoms, health and digestive power of the patient either Vamana (medicated vomiting) or Virechana (medicated purgation) or both may be given. Selection of formulation for both the procedures is made only after careful evaluation. Ayurveda suggest oral administration of medicated ghee or oil only in certain skin diseases before purification procedures .Sweating also is not required in most of the cases. 2. To correct functioning of Agni and thus to prevent further generation of Ama . Progress of the disease and the purification procedures weakens Agni or digestive fire. Gradual use of light to digest food along with medicines will be required to regain normal power of Agni. 3. To pacify the symptoms (Samana oushadhas or medicines of alleviation) Gargling (Kabala) or washing (dhara) with suitable herbal decoction is useful in appropriate conditions. Internal administration of herbal decoctions, pills, arishtas (preparations with self-generated alcohol), and medicines for external application are also used here. 4. Rasayana or Rejuvenating medicines After all treatment procedures, body tissues or dhatus require rejuvenation. Rejuvenating medicines specifically useful to skin is used here. These medicines provide strong immunity power to prevent further vitiation of Dosha and dhatus and maintain health.
Ayurveda and Hairs key to healthy hair and nails? According to Ayurveda, hair and nails are the by-product of bone metabolism, so your diet must nourish the bone tissue. At the same time, your diet must also purify the fat tissue, because healthy bone tissue depends on healthy fat tissue. Thus, taking care of the fat tissue, and simultaneously nourishing the bone, is the key to hair and nail health. People are often told to take lots of calcium to strengthen their nails and bones, but calcium will not help if the fat tissue is filled with ama, the toxic waste-product of incorrect digestion. Impurities in the fat tissue cause weakened bone production, and that is reflected in dull hair, weak nails and problem skin. Food that is recommend for strengthening hairs in ayurveda ? Eating more sweet, juicy fruits, cooked greens, and leafy green vegetables with a bitter taste will help. Seasoning the vegetables with equal parts of fenugreek,  cumin  turmeric and coriander, sauteed in ghee, will also help purify fat tissue and strengthen bone tissue. Adding fresh shredded coconut to your diet and always using healthy fats — such as olive oil or ghee — in cooking is also recommended. At the same time, it's important to avoid foods that are difficult to digest and create ama (digestive impurities). Stay away from excessive amounts of refined sugars; ice-cold drinks; cold foods straight from the refrigerator; leftovers; processed and packaged foods; unhealthy fats; and heavy, deep-fried foods. It's also important to follow the diet that provides balance for you as an individual.Exercising regularly with yogasanas will also help balance fat metabolism. Herbal products Avoid using harsh commercial shampoos and conditioners that contain DEA, sodium lauryl sulfate, or other such chemicals, as these can strip the luster it from your hair and cause deeper imbalances. It also helps to massage the hair with warm oil. If your hair is dry, massage your head at least twice a week; otherwise, once a week is enough. A warm-oil massage stimulates the scalp and helps moisturize the hair and scalp. The Healthy Hair and Nails  herbal formula helps balance the system internally to produce shiny hair and strong nails. The formula contains Eclipta Alba, Indian Tinospora and Phyllanthus Niruri, which are known as keshya herbs in ayurveda — they provide powerful nourishment for the hair. Organic Amla Berry  herbal tablets contain the Indian Gooseberry, which is famous in the ayurvedic literature for improving hair and nail strength. Finally, the Calcium Support Formula supports the metabolism of bone tissue and helps eliminate ama (impurities inside the body).
Infertility and Ayurveda Infertility primarily refers to the biological inability of a person to contribute to conception. In women, it may also refer to the state when she is not able to carry a pregnancy to its full term. Causes Female infertility is caused due to structural problems like blocked fallopian tubes, defect in cervical canal, uterine fibroids or polyps. Hormonal imbalance leading to ovulation problems too can cause infertility. In males infertility may have anatomical, psychological, hormonal or lifestyle related causes. The cause of infertility in approximately 20% of couples can't be determined using the currently available methods of investigation. From Ayurvedic perspectives, shukra dhatu can get affected by various physical, mental causes and even by serious diseases. Poor quality shukra dhatu can cause infertility in males & females. Symptoms Failure to reproduce Ayurvedic infertility Treatment According to Ayurveda, preparing for conception can be easily compared to the process of farming. Just like the health of a crop depends on the quality of soil, seed, timing of sowing, and amount of watering it gets, the health of a baby depends on the health of its parents. For a pregnancy to be healthy and successful, a couple needs to take care of the following four essential factors: Sperm/Ovum (Seeds) Uterus (Soil) Nourishment (Water) Time for Conception (Timing of Sowing) Reproductive health, in both men and women, depends on the health of the reproductive tissue or shukra dhatu. In women, shukra creates the ovum as part of the monthly cycle, and in men the semen is formed due to sexual stimulation. The shukra is created as part of a long chain of metabolic transformations. It starts with the digestion of food, then goes on to transformation of food to nutrient fluid, blood, muscle, fat, bone, bone marrow, and finally, to shukra tissue. Healthy shukra tissue, then, according to Ayurveda, depends on the health of all the other tissues in the body.
Herpes Simplex-In Ayurvedic View This belongs to pitta-Vata samsarga. Features releted with visarpa are seen here.the spreding pattern is attributed to vata associated with ushna vikalpa of is arlso involvement of krimi is is also an oupsargika roga. Disease Profile Dosha-Vata and Pitta Kleda is spread to different dhatus Anti viral drugs with pitta-raktahara properties are generally selected in this must be taken to prevent the sonitha kleda spreding to deeper tissues. Gambheera stages of impetigo will manifest with systemic complications. virechana and sometimes raktamokshana without causing vatakopa are the options.