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Tag: Ayurmegha

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30 November

Waking Up at Brahma Muhurtha Did you know that Ayurveda has always advocated the maintenance of health by prevention of ailments? Swasthavritta is a branch of Ayurveda that speaks about the maintenance of the health of an individual. Ayurveda describes a daily regimen called Dinacharya which is to be followed by a healthy individual in […]

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26 November

Mad Tummy How do you know that your Tummy is mad at you? The feeling of fullness, bloating, burning sensation in the chest and throat, sour and bitter belching, nausea, vomiting, and other stomach discomforts are ways of your stomach showing that it is mad at you. What does it mean? This means that the […]

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23 November

Seasons and Food Is there any relation between food and season? Yes, there is. With the changing seasons type of foods, you eat should be changed. Here are a few tips with which we can avoid certain seasonal discomforts and diseases. WINTER –  – Food should be heavy, excess in quantity, unctuous, sweet, sour, and […]

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19 November

Prameha According to Ayurveda, Diabetes is known as Prameha. Causes of Prameha: – Aasyashuka – Eating at a person’s will. – Swapna Sukha – Addiction to the pleasure of sedentary habits and sleep. – Dadhi – Excess intake of curds. – Gramya Udaka Aanupa Rasa – Soup of meat of domesticated and aquatic animals and […]

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16 November

Constantly Exhausted? Are you feeling exhausted all the time? Your blood cells and Haemoglobin level might be the reason. As per WHO it is estimated that over one-third of all the women in reproductive age are anaemic and 40% of pregnant women suffer from low blood levels. Anaemia is a condition resulting from a decreased […]

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12 November

Music and Mind Science all but confirms that humans are hard-wired to respond to music. Studies also suggest that someday music may even help patients heal from Parkinson’s Disease or a Stroke. Music has been part of Indian culture from time immemorial. It is said to have originated from Samaveda.  The notion that there is […]

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09 November

Women and Bone Health Almost 46 million women in India are affected by Osteoporosis. Women have a lower peak bone mass, which is compounded by the hormonal changes that occur at the time of Menopause. Women tend to have smaller, thinner bones than men. Estrogen, a hormone in women that protects bones, decreases sharply when […]

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02 November

Gut Health About 70% of the population, nowadays, is suffering from digestive issues and Ayurveda believes that almost all of the diseases are directly or indirectly related to disturbed digestion and once your metabolism is disturbed, the immune system of the body slows down, inviting many diseases in our body. Many people come to us […]

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26 October

Can Menopause Strike Early? Menopause is a stage in life when a woman can no longer become pregnant. The average woman goes through natural menopause in her early 50s. Premature menopause happens to women before age 40 and early menopause happens before age 45. The symptoms for these conditions are similar to natural menopause and […]

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22 October

Do You Know Your Body Type? Ayurveda believes that each and everything on this planet constitutes five elements and so does our body. The five elements are space, air, fire, water, and earth. These five elements combine together to form the three body types/doshas i.e. Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. VATA Vata is a combination of […]

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