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Ayurveda And All - June 2008 issue
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Stop Itching - Take Ayurvedic Help
Dr. Charminder Kaur
Itching is most often considered a minor problem and is thus ignored most of the times. But it can be a cause of stress and a reason for embarassment and could be a sign of some illness, making it important to be taken care of.
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AyurvedA and Skin Diseases
Ayurvedic Treatment for Eczema
Dr. Paritosh Tyagi
Modern treatments mainly consist of steroids and antihistamine treatments. These might be able to provide you with immediate relief but are not able to provide you with a permanent cure. Ayurvedic medicinal treatment has got certain options that might be able to provide you relief as well as cure to this stubborn skin disease.
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Ayurveda and Elderly
Failing Memory in Old Age

Dr. Ankita
Changes in diet and lifestyle are currently the only proven means of affecting the onset and progression of Alzheimer’s. The addition of Ayurveda offers a comprehensive system of effective interventions beginning with early detection and preventive treatment programs.
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AyurvedA and Skin Care
Care for Skin the Ayurvedic way

Dr. Preeti Dass
Simple ways can help your skin and hair in a good shape and keep you looking beautiful. This article presents simple home remedies you can prepare at home and use yourself.
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Laughter Therapy
Laughter is the Best Therapy
Dr. K. Y. Iyer
Laughter is rightly called the best medicine as it relieves not only one who laughs but all those around him. A healthy sense of humor helps you laugh at the worst situations and above all at yourself, a very positive sign to live a happy life.
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Music Therapy
Acoustic Activism
Dr. T V Sairam
Ecological soundscape is an essential field which is concerned with the minds of the people. As nature’s soft and sonorous sounds are always soothing exhibiting a dense beauty of its own to those who are prepared to listen to it in a trek or in a secluded nature spot, the man-made or machine-made sounds are harsh, metallic and irregularly painful both to the ears and to the mind of the people. Natural soundscapes therefore, need to be fiercely protected and preserved, without yielding to the onslaught of dredgers, earth-movers and city traffic noise.
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Letters >> Page 10
Home Remedies >> Page 38
Book Review >> Page 53

 

 

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