Due to our current lifestyle and the circumstances beyond our control i.e. food quality, pollution, etc., toxins and free radicals keep accumulating in the body. Also, the constant metabolic activities keep producing toxins and free radicals and this leads to wear.
Apart from its various traditional benefits, Ayurveda helps in addressing the risks of modern diseases like Diabetes, Hypertension, High Cholesterol, etc. These are often referred to as "lifestyle diseases" or "diseases of civilisation".
Being a very important part of the Society as well as family, women health is very important in all aspects of life. Though lot is talked about the women health, but actually, there is only a limited percentage of women who take their health seriously.
Ayurveda is India’s traditional system of medicine which is based on living a balanced life in harmony with the changing cycles of nature. In Ayurveda, there are three factors that rule how healthful your diet is: What, when and how you eat.
Ayurveda helps you maintain the art that you create over time. It's considered as one of the oldest sciences of health and medicine. Health includes cosmetic aspects as well. The concept of beauty and cosmetics is as old as mankind and civilisation which is made evident by the ancient depictions of the Ajanta and Ellora caves.
Old Age Care
The Ayurveda system of medicine deals with all old age problems starting from constipation, exhaustion, sleeplessness, diminishing sensory faculties, wrinkled skin to diabetes, cardiac problems.The treatment suggested to an elderly patient depends on the sequential diagnosis performed by an Ayurveda doctor.