AYURVEDA

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Ayurveda - A Complete Science Of Life: 

Ayurveda - A Complete Science Of Life Sunaina Dhawan Qualifications Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (B.A.M.S.) Master in Alternative Medicine (Yoga & Acupressure) Panchkarma Therapist Email: sunainadhawan_23@yahoo.com Phone: 706-413-3833 Username Password Forgot your password? Disclaimer: All information provided in this presentation is provided for information and educational purposes only; statements contained here are reported in an effort to preserve traditional cultural lore and information. Nothing here should be construed as an attempt to diagnose, prescribe, or recommend treatment for any disease or condition. Please consult your physician for medical advice regarding any medical condition and do not use any of the historical information on this presentation without your physicians approval.

ORIGIN OF AYURVEDA: 

ORIGIN OF AYURVEDA Texts written in India between 3,500 and 5,000 years ago The oldest healing science in existence, from which all other systems emerged

AYURVEDA: 

AYURVEDA Ayurveda = Ayu + Veda Ayu is life Veda is knowledge or science Ayurveda THE SCIENCE OF LIFE

AYURVEDA – A Way Of Life: 

AYURVEDA – A Way Of Life Ayurveda is a science dealing not only with treatment of some diseases but is a complete way of life

PRINCIPLES OF AYURVEDA: 

PRINCIPLES OF AYURVEDA DOSHAS DHATUS - Tissues MALAS - Waste products

DOSHAS: 

DOSHAS VATA (Air & Space ) PITTA (Fire & Water) KAPHA (Water & Earth)

VATA - The Air: 

VATA - The Air Vata is dry, light, cold, mobile, active, clear, astringent, and it is dispersing. Vata season is autumn Time of day is afternoon and early morning

VATA -Types & Their Functions: 

VATA -Types & Their Functions Prana Vata : Governs the senses, creative thinking, reasoning, enthusiasm, Udana Vata : Governs quality of voice, memory, movements of thought Samana Vata : Governs movement of food through digestive tract Apana Vata : Elimination of wastes, sexual function, menstrual cycle Vyana Vata : Governs blood flow, heart rhythm, perspiration, sense of touch

Useful Tips To Balance Vata Dosha : 

Useful Tips To Balance Vata Dosha Abhyanga (ayurvedic massage) Stay warm in cold and windy weather Consume warm and cooked foods (less raw foods) Go to bed early and have lot of rest and sleep. Favor oily and heavy food with sweet, sour, and salty tastes.

DON'Ts For Vata Dosha : 

DON'Ts For Vata Dosha Avoid light, dry, cold, pungent, bitter and astringent foods Avoid raw foods, juices, fasting Avoid stimulants ,smoking ,alcohol Refrain from excessive aerobic activity

PITTA - The Fire: 

PITTA - The Fire Pitta has hot, sharp, light, liquid, sour, oily and spreading qualities. Strong smell, like a fleshy odor Liking for sour or bitter taste.

Pitta -Types & Their Functions : 

Pitta -Types & Their Functions Alochaka Pitta : Controls functioning of the eyes Bhrajaka Pitta : Responsible for healthy glow of the skin Sadhaka Pitta : Controls desire, drive, decisiveness, spirituality Pachaka Pitta : Responsible for digestion, assimilation, metabolism for healthy nutrients and tissues Ranjaka Pitta : Responsible for healthy, toxin-free blood

Useful Tips To Balance Pitta Dosha : 

Useful Tips To Balance Pitta Dosha Keep cool Favor cool, heavy, dry, sweet, bitter and astringent foods Keep activities in moderation Keep regular mealtimes, especially at noon

DON'Ts For Pitta Dosha : 

DON'Ts For Pitta Dosha Avoid sesame and mustard oils, fish, buttermilk, mutton, acidic fruits, alcohol, meat and fatty, oily foods. Restrict pungent, sour, salty, warm, oily and light foods Avoid over work Avoid fasting

KAPHA -The Water: 

KAPHA -The Water Heavy, slow, cool, oily, liquid, dense, thick, static and cloudy qualities.

Kapha - Types & Their Functions: 

Kapha - Types & Their Functions Tarpaka Kapha : Responsible for moisture for nose, mouth, eyes and brain Bhodaka Kapha : Governs Sense of taste, which is essential for good digestion Kledaka Kapha : Controls moisture of the stomach and intestinal mucosal lining Avalambaka Kapha : Protects the heart, strong muscles, healthy lungs Sleshaka Kapha : Lubricates the joints,Keeps skin soft and supple.

Useful Tips To Balance Kapha Dosha: 

Useful Tips To Balance Kapha Dosha Do regular exercise, Begin with Sooryanamaskara to warm up your body, which should be followed by a Vigorous activity Prefer warm temperatures, Stay warm and dry in cold, damp weather Use Fresh fruits, vegetables and legumes Favor pungent, bitter, astringent, light, dry and warm foods

DON'Ts For Kapha Dosha: 

DON'Ts For Kapha Dosha Reduce heavy, oily, cold, sweet, sour and salty foods Avoid heavy meals. Sleep promotes Kapha hence avoid excessive sleep, All frozen desserts are to be avoided.

DHATUS - Tissues: 

DHATUS - Tissues RASA (Plasma) RAKTA (Blood) MAS (Muscle tissue) MED (Adipose tissue) ASTHI (Bone) MAJJA (Bone marrow tissue) SHUKRA (Reproductive fluid)

MALAS – Waste Products: 

MALAS – Waste Products Purisa (Faeces) Mutra (Urine) Sweda (Sweat)

PHARMACOLOGY OF AYURVEDA: 

PHARMACOLOGY OF AYURVEDA The materia medica of the Ayurveda, composed of the five basic elements Taste (rasa) Potency (virya) Taste of the digestion product (vipaka) Properties (guna) Specific properties (prabhava)

PATHOLOGY OF AYURVEDA: 

PATHOLOGY OF AYURVEDA Under normal conditions, the doshas, dhatus and malas correspond to certain standards. Every disease is related to an imbalance of the doshas. Other coherent factors can be: The disturbance of the biological factors (agnis) The formation and accumulation of undigested nutrients(ama), Obstruction of the body channels (shrotorodha) Disturbed assimilation in the tissues.

THERAPIES: 

THERAPIES Taste: Herbal medicines given according to there taste (rasa) Touch: Massage (abhyañga), yoga, and exercise Smell: Aromatherapy

THERAPIES: 

THERAPIES Sight: Color therapy Hearing: Music therapy, mantra meditation, chanting. Spiritual: Include meditation, living ethically and working in a career that one loves or is purposeful.

UNIQUENESS OF AYURVEDA: 

UNIQUENESS OF AYURVEDA This spiritual science offers numerous unique benefits: It looks at people as individuals, not as a generic group It heals from the root-cause of an illness, not merely treating the symptoms. Natural therapies & Inexpensive No side effects and therapies are effective

THANK YOU: 

THANK YOU