Why Ayurveda and Naturopathy

Every patient guide treatment system aims to provide relief and cure from diseases, but not all medical systems aim to prevent disease and provide overall health.
Each system has its own approach and limitations. Nevertheless, Ayurveda and Naturopathy with their holistic approach and natural methods aim at prevention and management and help in rooting out the disease. It works toward providing a permanent cure.
Although it is more than 10,000 years old in medical science, Ayurveda and Naturopathy are very logical and clear in their approach. This ancient science underscores the need to live in harmony with nature and aims to boost the immunity of the body, thus preventing and fighting all kinds of diseases. DAD Ayurveda and Naturopathy treatment involve a coordinated effort between the doctor and the patient for the prevention, management, and treatment of diseases.

Why should you go for Ayurveda treatment?

Ayurveda and Naturopathy are witnessing a great resurgence across the world with thousands of people looking for holistic, sustainable, safe, and effective treatments. Being the birthplace of Ayurveda and Naturopathy, India has much to offer to the world for treating a variety of ailments – even those termed incurable by modern science. There are many benefits of going for Ayurveda treatment, some of them are mentioned below.

works at the root cause

Ayurveda and Naturopathy treatment is not just a system that only provides relief from symptoms. Its aim is to restore health by eliminating the underlying causes of the disease. So, you must have heard a lot about detoxification, cleansing, strengthening, and rejuvenation in Ayurveda and Naturopathy. It is a simple science based on a common-sense approach, which is rare in today’s world.

For example, when a patient complains of headache, burning in the eyes, acidity, and fungal infection on the skin, then these are four different problems for him. But to an Ayurveda practitioner, they all indicate impairment of Pitta Dosha. In such a case, the patient cannot fully recover until the impaired pitta Dosha is brought under control, which will help in curing and curing all four problems.

Ayurveda and naturopathy have always aimed at attacking the root cause of disease – the aim is not to suppress any particular symptom but to restore harmony and balance. It seeks to accomplish this by eliminating impaired Doshas (Vata, pitta, and Kapha), digestion and toxins, strengthening the digestive fire, and rejuvenating Dhatu (tissues). Thus, detoxification and cleansing are an integral part of Ayurveda and Naturopathy. This cleansing is done not only through medicines or Dasha-karma treatments but also through a well-planned diet and the right lifestyle.

Safe and Natural

Ayurveda and Naturopathy is a science that does not believe in suppressing the symptoms to provide relief. It focuses on curing a disease without causing a new disease. Unlike allopathic medicines, the side effects do not cause fatal or irreversible damage to the human body. Side effects are rare in Ayurveda and Naturopathy. Even if it does, it could be due to your body’s intolerance to certain types of herbs and minerals, or if you are not following the dietary and lifestyle advice as directed.

Ayurveda and naturopathy work by triggering your natural healing mechanisms and harnessing nature’s gifts (herbs, oils, minerals, fruits, spices, etc.) to create a natural balance in the body. It not only works on a particular disease but also aims to restore and maintain overall health and wellness.

Authentic Unique Treatment

Unlike many other health systems, Ayurveda and Naturopathy look at a person as a whole. It does not cure any disease by just giving a few pills or capsules, but lays great emphasis on diet, lifestyle, mental and spiritual attitude, and conduct of the individual. Ayurveda and naturopathy proceed from a one-size-fits-all approach to deciding a line of treatments. Rather, it takes into account several factors such as,

  • The state of the person’s doshas (Vata / Pitta / Kapha)
  • State of metal (tissue) (blood/muscle etc.)
  • Status of stool or stool (feces/urine)
  • Position of Mahabhutas or elements (fire/water etc.).
  • The position of the sources or body ducts
  • state of mind
  • Behavioral cues
  • Primary and Secondary Characteristics
  • And many more!

Loss of doshas, Dhatus, and other factors may vary among patients even if they have the same disease. Since the aim of Ayurveda and Naturopathy is to balance imbalanced factors and restore impaired factors, Ayurveda treatment varies from patient to patient and is adapted to individual individuals. Not only the form of medicines, even the recommended lifestyle, diet regimen, type of exercise, nature of tonic, and timing of taking the medicine may also differ from patient to patient.

Works At All Levels

Ayurveda and Naturopathy consider man to be an amalgamation of body, mind, and spirit. Therefore, the patient’s attitude, attitude, and conduct are often responsible for causing him/her health problems. The fact that a negative attitude or negative thoughts can affect mental, as well as physical health, was well known to Ayurveda and naturopathy even thousands of years ago. 
Also, it was well known that excessive indulgence or deprivation of sex, overeating or excessive fasting, lack of activity, and excessive exertion were all harmful to the body and caused distaste and disease. Therefore, practicing yoga, meditating, and paying attention to one’s conduct is an integral part of Ayurveda treatment.

Helps to lead a healthy diet and healthy life

Until a few decades ago, modern science never paid attention to the role of diet and lifestyle in disease manifestation and management. On the other hand, this ancient science has been doing this for thousands of years. As such, the Ayurveda system has reached expertise in the role of food and lifestyle in diseases.Patient

For example, it is a fact that excessive consumption of sweets can raise your blood sugar level, while spicy food can lead to ulcers or acidity. Sleeping late and sleeping late in the morning can disturb metabolism and cause metabolic disorders. Ayurveda and Naturopathy recognized these facts long ago and created easy and practical guidelines and rules for food and lifestyle. 
When a person taking Ayurveda treatment follows a planned diet and lifestyle and sees how it is affecting his health positively, it motivates him more to follow a healthy diet and lifestyle. Thus, directing him towards healthy, fruitful, and long life.