Ayurveda’s lifestyle recommendations are organic, safe, and healthy. These teachings about incorporating a healthier way of life stem from a healing system that was created thousands of years ago. Having been existing for a long time, Ayurveda’s practices have remained true to its fundamentals and have not undergone drastic changes because of its efficacy, effectiveness, and safety. Switching to an Ayurvedic lifestyle is a 180 degree turn to organic, all-natural means and dincharya (daily routine) of strengthening the body in forestalling diseases.
According to Ayurvedic principles, every individual is composed of their own unique blend of Doshas: Vata, Pitta, Kapha, and living a completely healthy life revolves around balancing these three. If one or two is aggravated and loses its way, the body will turn vulnerable to diseases, which Ayurveda is preventing. At the heart of this lifestyle is pacifying these three by understanding the nature of the Doshas, identifying the Prakriti (constitution) and Vikriti (imbalances).
Here are some of the causes that imbalances Doshas.
In most cases, cervical spondylosis poses no symptoms. But if one or more symptoms occur, it typically gives you neck pains and stiffness. Here are the other symptoms you can look for:
Vata, when imbalanced, will cause digestive and circulation problems like insomnia, constipation, and dehydration, dry and rough skin, pains and general body-ache, astringent taste in mouth.
Pitta, on the other hand, can initiate, hyper acidity, hormonal imbalance, migraines, hot flashes, bad breath/body odour, sore throat, rashes, and fever
Kapha gives you depression, mucoid diarrhea, pre-diabetes, cold/cough/runny nose, hay fever, cold sweats, stress, anxiety, and obesity.
You can pacify the Doshas by committing to an Ayurvedic lifestyle that includes routines like going to bed before 10pm and waking up at 6, eating main meals at noon, doing vigorous exercises, and having a time out from cellphones and laptops to rest your eyes.
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As spine-chilling as the term sounds, non-operative neck pain treatments are predominantly effective and can actually cure it. You can use hot or cold compress to relieve sore muscles or an assistance of a therapist who will guide you for proper stretching techniques to strengthen neck muscles. Other cervical spondylosis treatments include Ayurvedic therapies like Abhyangam, Podikzhi, Pizhichil, and Nasyam that use natural oils and herbs that can save someone’s neck.
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