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Ayurveda And All - April 2010 issue

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Keep Looking Gorgeous with Beautiful Hair
Dr. Paritosh Tyagi
In an individual the condition of the hair is a reflection of the complete constitution of him. If the person is not healthy then the health of the hair will be deplorable. Here are some tips to take care of your hair to keep them looking beautiful.
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Ayurveda and Seasons
Ritucharya for Healthy Seasonal Transition
Dr. Sathya N. Dornala & Dr. J. Snehalatha
In Ayurveda the traditional system of healing practiced in India over the past 5,000 years, ritucharya or seasonal regimens are considered as one of the foundations for maintaining good health. It has long been recognised that our individual constitutions are affected by changes in nature throughout the yearly cycle.
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Ayurveda common Diseases
The Painful Mouth Ulcers
Dr. Ankita
Mouth ulcers are open sores inside the oral cavity which can be very painful. Read about mouth ulcers and what can you do about them to treat them.
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Music Therapy
Music and Emotions
T. V. Sairam
Certain ragas or their passages woven in certain particular rhythmic patterns and tempo do convey a definite emotional appeal for a keen listener. Here, the author examines those ragas, which convey certain feelings. he also makes an attempt to identify those elements in ragas which impinge upon our moods.
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Ayurveda and Anxiety
Anxious or Panicky! – Here is the Solution
Dr. Preeti Dass
Anxiety disorders are more common than any other class of psychiatric disorder. However, they often are not recognized and consequently not treated. Left untreated, chronic, maladaptive anxiety can contribute to or interfere with treatment of some physical disorders.
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Ayurveda and Our Feet
For Beautiful Feet
Dr. S. K. Goswami
Cracked heels are painful, unattractive and very upsetting. Here is a compilation of the most common causes of cracked heels and the best known remedies to treat it.
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Apple -The Wonder Fruit
Samridhi Aggarwal
The old saying “to eat an apple going to bed, will make the doctor beg his bread” has been justified by its many health-rich properties. Read all about this wonder fruit.
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Letters >> Page 7
Home Remedies >> Page 29
Library >> Page 40



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