AYURVEDA is derived from the Sanskrit wordAyuh - life Veda- science or knowledge. Thus, Ayurveda is the science of life.It is one of the most ancient medical sciences in India. It is based on the laws of nature. One can find references of Ayurveda scattered in all four Vedas, but more in Atharvaveda.
Ayurveda opines that every disease is related to the mind. The four goals of human life- Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha can be attained through a healthy body & a powerful positive mind.
According to Ayurvedic philosophy, doshas make up a person's constitution. The trinity includes vata (air), pitta (fire) and kapha (earth). Everyone is born in a state of balance, or prakriti. During the ageing process, factors such as anxiety, improper diet, or poor sleep habits cause disharmony among the doshas. Over the years, doshic imbalances begin to block the movement of free-flowing energy in the body.
Eventually, the stagnation opens the door to physical and mental discomfort and disease.Ayurveda aims to protect the health of a healthy person & to treat the disease of a patient. It considers body, mind, & soul as a complete being.Ayurveda describes the whole way of life, it narrates how one should keep healthy by advising on smallest things of personal hygiene & social conduct. It includes kayachikitsa (internal medicine), panchakarma, snehana, swedana, rasayana & vajeekarna therapies.
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