Ayurveda And All - July 2016 issue

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Yoga, A Scientific Saga
Dr. K.V. Narasimha Raju, Dr. B. Swapna
Yoga is mind-body technique which involves relaxation, meditation and a set of physical exercises performed in sync with breathing. Being holistic, it is the best means for achieving physical, mental, social and spiritual well being of the practitioners. This article is intended to portray the scientific rationality and establishments of the practices of Yoga.
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Grahani Roga – An Ayurvedic Case Study
Dr. Lakshmi Anoop
The role of Ayurveda is being discussed in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome with a presentation of a case treated with Ayurveda.
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Ayurveda for Anxiety
Review on Concept of Chinta in Ayurveda
S Deepika, N R Navoday Raju, KulkarniPratibha
Chinta (Anxiety) is defined as excessive thinking about particular matter. To establish new facts in relation to this condition from treatment point of view, search was needed. Hence in this article, an attempt has been made to fulfill the above mentioned area and establish new concepts in relation to Chinta
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Music Therapy
T.V. Sairam
Music therapy is fast emerging – both in the East and the West - not only as a hospital or health intervention, but also as a self-prescription for preventing stress and tension in every day life of people from all walks of life and from all age groups.
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A Bird Eye View on Kaphavruta Vyana; A Case Report
Dr. Satej T.Banne, Dr. Hemant Toshikhane,
Dr. Hetal Amin
Many scattered references about Avarana are available in classics apart from vata vyadhi chapter. Either vruddhi or kshaya of certain dosha, dhatu can produce Avarana.2 This article illustrates the Ayurvedic cure of Avarana with a small case study.
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Soft Drinks and Diseases
Dr. Chinmay G. Diware
Soft drinks are the beverage of choice for millions of people all over the world, but sugary drinks increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic conditions.
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Ayurvedic Diet
Concept of Ahara {Diet} in Ayurveda. A Review
Dr. Abhishek Magotra, Dr. Nitin Gupta, Dr. Sheetal

Ayurveda the diet which nourishes both the mental and physical built is called “balanced diet”. The food articles which replenish the bodily dhatus and help in eliminating the disturbance of their equilibrium are to be regarded as wholesome. Apart from quantity of food.Ayurvedic dietetics survives for hundred years in a disease free state..
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Get Rid of Acne
Dr. Ritu Kinra
Acne is a common occurence at puberty due to the hyper-activity of sebaceous glands. It is a self-limiting disease, however a careful, proper and continued management greatly reduces the effect of acne and subsequent scarring.
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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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Home Remedies

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