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Ayurveda And All - February 2009 issue
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Calming Heart Palpitations with Herbs, Foods and Herbal Remedies
Dr. Charminder Kaur
Heart palpitations can happen to anyone, anywhere, anytime. They can be uncomfortable and even scary, but are not always an indication of an unhealthy heart. Find out what causes palpitations and which herbal medicines can control them.
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Ayurveda and Children
Common Children’s Digestive Problems
Dr. S. K. Tyagi
Digestive and liver disorders can have significant effects on the health of a child. Long-term problems with the digestive system and liver can deplete important nutrients, causing malnutrition that affects a child’s physical and mental growth and development. Let us consider the four most common digestive problems that affect children with their Ayurvedic mmanagment.
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Music Therapy
What is Music Therapy?
Dr. T. V. Sairam
Applied usually by a qualified or recognized practitioner or at times by the patients themselves, music therapy is the prescribed clinical use of music with or without a therapeutic goal, which aims at stimulating an over-all positive changes mainly in four areas of human functioning viz., cognitive, physical, psychological and social.
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Ayurveda and anxiety
Relax and Stop Worrying
Dr. Ankita
Ayurveda is a perfect holistic system where various rasaynas and rejuvenation therapies can produce a profound effect on human body and thus help a person cope with the day to day stresses of life, minus the anxiety.
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Ayurveda and Weight Loss
The Weight Loss Approach Ayurvedic Way
Dr. Supriya
Obesity is not just a cosmetic consideration; it is a dire health dilemma directly harmful to one’s health. A weight loss programmer should seek to restore health and help the body avoid regaining the lost weight. Seeking the right way becomes an urging matter since we are losing an all important battle with obesity at the social level.
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Herbs
Commiphora Mukul: Caretaker of Heart
Dr. S. K. Jha
Commiphora mukul or guggul is a widely used herb in Indian medicine. There are ample references to Guggul and its medicinal properties in ‘Sushruta Samahita’, the classical ancient treatise on Ayurvedic medicine, which describes the use of Guggul for a wide variety of conditions.
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