Occasionally, we suffer digestive symptoms such as upset stomach, gas, heartburn, nausea, constipation, or diarrhoea in our daily lives. Digestive issues have become a common occurrence in our lives. We rarely seek aid for such a common occurrence. Many factors might induce stomach discomfort, including an unhealthy lifestyle, poor nutrition, food intolerance, or even an infection. These digestive issues can be treated in a variety of ways.
In Ayurveda, Agnimandya refers to a diminished digestive fire that is unable to turn rasa (nutrients) into life-sustaining Ojas. In addition to being a contributing factor in a variety of disorders, poor digestion is a health issue in and of itself. Jiva Ayurveda's treatment of digestive problems is effective because it first diagnoses the main reason, then treats it with 100 percent personalised medicines, as well as particular diet and lifestyle recommendations, to complete your therapy.
When the valve between the oesophagus and the stomach gets weak, reflux or GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) arises. This valve normally opens to allow food in and then closes tightly. The valve remains open in GERD, enabling stomach acids to flow back up into the oesophagus, resulting in heartburn and other symptoms.
The liquid content of the stomach regurgitates (backs up or refluxes) into the oesophagus as a result of this disorder. You might have GERD if you have heartburn more than twice a week and it doesn't go away with over-the-counter antacids.
Thousands of Acid Reflux patients have found long-term relief from Ayurvedic treatment through home remedies for acidity. Minor dietary and lifestyle changes prescribed by the doctor, as well as some natural acidity home treatments, can be highly successful in the early stages. Consult a Jiva doctor today to learn more.
The word 'anaemia' is derived from the Greek word'mia,' which signifies blood. Anaemia refers to a decrease in the body's haemoglobin level and is defined as a lack of blood. Adult girls have a normal haemoglobin level of 12 to 16 g/dl, while adult males have a normal level of 14 to 18 g/dl. Anaemia occurs when the haemoglobin level goes below the minimal threshold. Anaemia treatment in Ayurveda begins with determining the fundamental cause of each patient.
Ayurvedic treatment for anaemia includes Ayurvedic home remedies, herbal medicines, as well as dietary and lifestyle suggestions based on the patient's health situation.
Because the underlying root cause of anaemia differs from patient to patient, it's critical to address the underlying reason rather than relying solely on Ayurvedic home remedies for therapy.
Anorexia is a condition in which a person loses the desire to eat even when they are hungry. In Ayurveda, this ailment is called as aruchi. Sedentary behaviour, stress, and poor dietary habits can all contribute to this illness. This is a situation in which a person has no desire to eat due to gastrointestinal or psychological factors. In other circumstances, the patient's mouth develops a terrible taste and he or she refuses to swallow the food.
It should be noted that anorexia (simple loss of appetite) is not the same as anorexia nervosa (commonly known as anorexia), a serious psychological and physiological disorder that affects mostly women and causes them to develop an aversion to food, a distorted body image, and a fear of becoming obese. Anorexia nervosa is characterised by significant, even life-threatening weight loss. Anorexia (abnormally low appetite) is usually just transient and does not progress to anorexia nervosa.Because this is a psychologically based health concern, Ayurvedic treatment goes beyond herbal medicine and home remedies to extensive psychological counselling by a qualified practitioner.
Better healing is mostly dependent on receiving early anaemia therapy and not mistaking any herbal home remedy for correct root cause treatment.
Patients with Chronic Weariness Syndrome experience terrible fatigue, muscle aches, and significant short-term memory or attention problems, among other symptoms.
The specific cause of CFS, as well as associated psychological and biological aspects, remains unknown. CFS can develop as a result of a traumatic incident or a viral infection. It could also be the result of alterations in nervous system function or the presence of stress hormones comparable to those identified in people with depression and anxiety disorders.
Gastritis is an inflammation of the stomach's mucous lining. Chronic Gastritis causes patients to feel uneasy and uncomfortable for the majority of the day, as well as a continual feeling of weakness.
Excessive consumption of alcohol, smoke, caffeine, sour, spicy, acidic foods, and white flour products are the main causes of chronic Gastritis. Stress, rage, and heat exposure all contribute to the worsening of this illness.
Based on a full consultation with the doctor, Ayurvedic medicine for stomach problems comprises totally individualised herbal medicines, food and lifestyle recommendations, and specific home remedies.
Colitis is a type of inflammatory bowel disease that lasts for a long time. The lining of the large intestine becomes irritated when inflammation rises from the rectum, leading to the creation of open sores. Inflammation of the colon causes pain, which can lead to Ulcerative Colitis and other consequences. Colitis, both ulcerative and non-ulcerative, is most frequent in people aged 15 to 40, but it can strike anyone at any age.
Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that causes ulcers to produce persistent inflammation in the GI tract. Crohn's Disease has no cure, according to research, and the symptoms commonly recur throughout life. High inflammatory levels cause ulcers in the gut lining, which can lead to digestive system issues. Ayurvedic treatment includes a variety of lifestyle, nutrition, and stress-relieving recommendations to identify and minimise the disease's and symptoms' sources.
From time to time, we all battle with being overtired or overworked. Fatigue is a frequent ailment that manifests as a sensation of exhaustion, tiredness, or a lack of vitality. Stress, medicine, overwork, and mental and physical illness or disease can all cause it. It could be one of the indications of a more serious psychological or physical condition in severe circumstances. As a result, it's critical to recognise the problem early on and treat the underlying reason.
Ayurvedic tiredness treatment is a comprehensive strategy that includes herbal medicines, diet programmes, lifestyle suggestions, and a variety of home remedies that are tailored to the patient's specific health issues.
Flatulence occurs when there is too much air or gas in the stomach or intestines, causing the organs to inflate. It may be a common disease (eight out of ten people have it), but passing fowl-smelling gas with or without noise is considered impolite. Some people repress this inclination, however Ayurveda advises against it because it can lead to a variety of ailments.
Gallstones are known as Pittashmari in Ayurveda. Gallstone development is the most prevalent biliary tract problem. In modern medicine, the production of gallstones is referred to as cholelithiasis. Gallstones affect both men and women, but they are significantly more common in middle-aged women. Gallstones are formed primarily as a result of bile flow blockage and congestion. Gallstone formation is obviously influenced by a variety of factors such as eating habits, body weight, and genetic susceptibility. Gallstones are most commonly associated with cholecystitis, or inflammation of the gall bladder wall.
Jaundice is a disorder that causes a yellow tinge to the skin and the whites of the eyes. It is not considered a sickness by modern medicine, but rather a sign of liver problems such as liver infection, gallstones, and cirrhosis of the liver. Jaundice is called as Kamala in Ayurveda. Thousands of patients have benefited from personalised, root-cause Jaundice treatment. Ayurvedic treatment for jaundice is based on a personalised holistic approach that incorporates herbal medicines, diet and lifestyle regimens, as well as customised home remedies as determined by the consulting doctor.
Cirrhosis is a condition in which normal liver tissues are replaced by fibrous structures. Cirrhosis of the liver is a stage that the liver achieves after being exposed to specific causative elements for an extended period of time. Cirrhosis of the liver can progress to ascites, which is a buildup of fluid in the abdomen. Swelling, nausea, exhaustion, easy bruising, itchy skin, jaundice, weight loss, and other symptoms of liver cirrhosis are prevalent.
Cirrhosis of the liver is frequently related to the Ayurvedic remedy Kumbhakaamla. Ojas (immunity) decreases as a result of liver cirrhosis, making him or her more susceptible to diseases. The treatment for liver cirrhosis aims to improve the patient's liver functions as well as his or her immunity (Ojas).
There are numerous known causes of Liver Cirrhosis, including alcohol abuse, virus, and autoimmune illness, in addition to Hepatitis B. Ayurvedic medicine for fatty liver, liver cirrhosis food and lifestyle regimens are all part of the Ayurvedic treatment.
This is a blood condition in which red blood cells do not have a normal form and instead take on the shape of a sickle. The name "sickle cell anaemia" comes from this (SCA). RBCs become inflexible as a result of this disease and are unable to execute their regular duties. In such people, this can lead to a variety of life-threatening consequences.
Ano-rectal problems can affect persons of all ages, ranging from newborns to the elderly. The most frequent ano-rectal problems are piles, fissures, and fistulas. During defecation, piles is characterised by bleeding and prolapsing of the rectum. Fissures are tears in the anal tract that occur when hard stool is passed. In the anal system, a fistula is a pus-filled cavity. Digestion is a primary problem in all ano-rectal illnesses, as is sluggish digestion. Excessive sexual activity, physical strain, eating non-vegetarian foods, and drinking alcohol are all common causes. With individualised medicines, nutrition, and lifestyle recommendations, Ayurvedic treatment for piles issue produces positive effects.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a prevalent digestive illness that affects millions of individuals worldwide. It has been connected to stress and concern in scientific studies, but the specific aetiology of the disease is still unknown. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) treatment in Ayurveda focuses on both the digestive and mental systems in order to provide long-term relief as well as medicine for IBS. IBS is frequently caused by stress and anxiety, infectious diarrhoea, excessive consumption of alcohol, caffeine, or carbonated beverages, and chronic lactose and/or gluten sensitivity.IBS can also be caused by a decrease in Ojas or when a person's natural biorhythm is disrupted owing to certain lifestyle factors. Before beginning Ayurvedic Irritable Bowel Syndrome treatments, Jiva doctor studies all of these factors and also gives the best IBS drugs in India.
Hyperacidity simply refers to an excess in stomach acid. The stomach produces Hydrochloric Acid, a digestive liquid that helps digestion by breaking down food particles into their smallest form. Hyperacidity is a condition that occurs when the stomach has an excessive amount of hydrochloric acid. Home treatments for acidity can be quite successful, especially if the patient seeks help sooner rather than using drugs to relieve symptoms. Acidity treatment, even in severe cases, can be quite effective when combined with the right medications and according to the suggested diet and lifestyle guidelines.
Constipation, also known as Vibandh in Ayurveda, is the inability to completely empty the intestines or pass excessively hard stools. This widespread issue is caused by a faulty lifestyle and poor food habits. Although constipation is often dismissed as a minor issue, it can progress to more serious complications such as fissures, fistulas, piles, a loss of appetite, and indigestion if left untreated.
Ulcerative Colitis (PittajGrahani) is an inflammatory bowel illness that causes ulcers and inflammation of the colon and rectum's inner lining. Inflammation normally starts in the rectum and then spreads throughout the colon. This condition can strike anyone at any age, but it is most common in those between the ages of 15 and 40. Ulcerative Colitis appears to run in families in some cases. Inflammation is caused by autoimmune causes, dietary allergies, collagen abnormalities, hereditary factors, and infection in Ulcerative Colitis patients. This condition, according to Ayurveda, is caused by all things that cause Pitta to become imbalanced.
Eating while watching TV or walking, extreme heat or sun exposure, excessive alcohol and smoking, excessive mental activity, skipping meals, spicy, sour, stale, and diseased foods, and so on are all examples.
Ulcerative Colitis can be effectively treated with Ayurvedic medicine. It's a combination of specialised herbal medicines, food and lifestyle regimens, and home remedies for Ulcerative Colitis that gets to the base of the problem.
Coeliac disease is an autoimmune illness in which the mucosa of the small intestine becomes aberrant. Gluten, which is present in wheat, barley, oats, and rye, aggravates this illness. Coeliac disease is more common in children under the age of three. However, it is possible that it will appear for the first time in adulthood. Diarrhea, weight loss, and anaemia are the most common symptoms. Finger clubbing, eczema, amenorrhea, and infertility are some of the other symptoms. It's worth noting, though, that clubbing can be caused by cystic fibrosis or malabsorption. Clubbing can also be a sign of heart disease or a lack of oxygen in the blood.