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Ayurveda And All - October 2013 issue
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Ayurvedic Concepts
Updating Dinacharya and Ritucharya in Current Lifestyle
Dr. Sreedevi S, Dr. R. N. Tripathy, Dr. S. P.Otta
Ayurveda advocated swastha vritha, by laying down due emphasizes on certain rule - do’s and don’ts – dinacharya (daily routine including ratri charya) – right from, arising from bed in the morning up to falling asleep at night These must be properly co-ordinated with the changing seasons meant by ritu charya (seasonal regiment).
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Ayurvedic Therapies
Role of Shiroabhyang and its Benefits
Dr. Shweta D. Parwe, Dr. Milind A. Nisargandha
Shiroabhyang is an Ayurvedic therapy where oil is applied to the head. When oil is applied to the head it gets absorbed in the scalp & reaches to the roots of the hairs. This nourishes, lubricates & strengthens the Hair roots & skin of the scalp, preventing hair loss & premature graying. It helps to improve circulation to the head relaxing the muscles & nerve fibers. This helps to refresh both the mind & the body.
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Is there any Alternate Solution for Osteoporosis?
Dr. Yogitha Bali
Osteoporosis, the common bone disease is a global health problem increasing at an alarming rate. It’s a crippling disease that can spoil the pleasures of retirement and lead to an uncomfortable, inactive old age. Early detection and treatment can reduce the risk of osteoporosis related fractures. However, it is not possible to completely cure osteoporosis; therefore prevention is always a better option. A few changes in your daily routine can considerably bring down the risk of osteoporosis at any point of life.
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Factors Essential for Healthy Implantation
Dr. Gaurav R. Sawarkar, . Yogeshwari V. Suple
There are lots of reasons for infertility, but the people are unacquainted about the basic science behind conception and healthy implantation. The attempt of this review article is simply intended for the awareness of people towards factors essential for healthy implantation.
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Music Therapy
Emotional Secrets in Musical Constructs
T V. Sairam
Emotion plays an important role in our music appreciation. It is the emotion in music which makes it attractive and habit-forming for the listeners. The emotion in music is also known to heal its listeners from their various mental problems and deficiencies for centuries. Right from the days of Plato, music is known for its healing role, though only of late – from the world war aftermaths, music has turned into an exclusive discipline called ‘music therapy’. For the purpose of this article, we would analyse the sadness in a musical structure.
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Ayurvedic Therapies
Agni Karma (Heat Therapy)
Dr. SatyaPrakash Gauttam, Dr. Sachin Singh, Dr.PashupatiNath
Agnikarma is an Ayurvedic therapy wherein heat is used to cure many conditions especially conditions which cause pain such as headache. Read all about this therapy and how it cures such ailments.
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Indian Wild Liquorice/Gunja
Vikrant Arya Swati Sharma
Abrus has been used for centuries by the Hindus, who employ the seeds as an external application in skin affections, ulcers, and to excite artificial inflammation in fistulae. Sanskrit authors mention both the white and red seeds, and describe the root as an emetic. Indian wild liquourice has been used for many other medicinal benefits.
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Ghrit Kumari : A Miracle Plant
Dr. Ranjip Kumar Dass, Dr. Mukesh Dubey, Dr. Vishnu Gautam
Aloe Vera is really quite an incredible plant. It is a succulent plant and part of the lily family (Liliaceae), the same family that garlic and onions belong to. Different parts of the plant are used for different effects on the body and Aloe Vera has both internal and external applications. Read about the various uses of aloe vera or Ghrit Kumari.
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Ayurvedic Regime for Weight Loss
Dr. charminder Kaur
Obesity is one of the common lifestyle disorders in today’s world. The developed countries are showing a sharp rise in the number of people suffering from this modern disease. Developing countries are also not far behind. Obesity not only causes physical ailments but many psychological disorders also. Obesity should be corrected in time by making lifestyle changes and changes in diet. Ayurveda recommends some simple measures for losing weight.
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