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03 December

The liver is the largest glandular organ in the body and has more functions than any other human organ. A person’s entire blood supply passes through the liver several times a day. At any given time there is about a pint of blood in your liver. Ayurveda considers the liver as the seat of ‘Pitta’ activity. […]

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29 November

Ayurveda is the science of dynamic equilibrium. In fact, the entire science of Ayurveda revolves around different equilibriums within the body and without. Health is in balancing this equilibrium. Can anyone provide a simpler explanation of health? This is the beauty of Ayurveda. The unified theory of Western science is yet to find a comprehensive explanation, […]

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20 November

Author – Dr. Rashmi Ramachandran, IAIM Healthcare Deepavali or Diwali is a festival of lights filled with joy, fun, sweets and savouries. Binging on a whole lot of tasty and oily, spicy foods can upset the tummy during this festive time. By virtue of the season, Pitta is predominant both in the environment and body. […]

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16 November

For modern science water is just H2O. It is either potable or contaminated. But Ayurveda has a lot to say about water, and its effect on health. The qualities of water, based on its source, time of collection and so on, are explained in great detail. The purest water, according to Ayurveda, is rain water […]

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06 November

COUGH – A VIEW IN AYURVEDA Cough is a reflex mechanism that constitutes of sudden expulsion of air which helps in eliminating foreign particles from the breathing passages and lungs. Common triggers are- viruses (irritate the lungs), allergies (lung tissues overreact), irritants like cold air, cigarette smoke, strong perfumes, etc, Acid reflux, postnasal drip. A […]

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29 October

DIABETES MELLITUS (DM) in general is a chronic metabolic disorder in which the body is unable to make proper use of glucose which results in hyperglycemia (increase in blood sugar level) and glycosuria (increase in sugar levels in urine). In particular, Type I DM is characterized by loss of insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas leading […]

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24 October

Dr. Tehreem Khan suggests that yoghurt/curd Is not recommended during Winters & Monsoons as it produces Kapha, Blocks Sinuses, Makes You Prone To Cough, Cold and Allergies.Yoghurt is considered a “super food” and there are many who love having it “daily”. Yoghurt is consumed for one or more of the following reasons- 🗹 Considered as […]

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24 October

Mental disorders are explained in great detail in Ayurveda classics. The mind or manas of each individual is unique. According to Ayurveda, the person should dwell in an atmosphere of pleasantness appropriate to one’s mental constitution. Ayurveda recognizes three main mental constitutions or manasika prakruti– the saatvika, raajsika and taamasika. Any disturbance in the normal […]

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24 October

High Cholesterol is a very common health problem among men and women especially among people who do not have enough physical work. After the age of 45, it is especially advisable to check the level of cholesterol in the blood. A high level of cholesterol can narrow blood vessels in particular, coronary arteries which supply […]

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