Ayurvedic Treatment for Sexual Disorders
Because of shame and humiliation, sexual issues go untreated. Because of the absence of adequate therapy, the problem grows even more difficult, frequently triggering marital troubles. Special Rasayanas and herbs used in Ayurveda can successfully cure sexual problems.
Klaibya (Erectile Dysfunction), Bandhatya (Infertility), Shukraghata (Premature Ejaculation), and Female Frigidity are some of the most prevalent sexual issues seen in today’s patients.By affecting the Shukra Dhatu, mental tension, stress, a lack of appropriate nourishment, and the presence of ama diminish potency, strength, and vitality. Furthermore, sexual issues can occur as a result of various medical illnesses or diseases, such as Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol, Obesity, Parkinson’s Disease, or as a result of pharmaceutical side effects.
AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is an infection caused by the HIV virus (Human Immunodeficiency Virus). Because the condition affects the immune system, people are more susceptible to infections and illnesses. HIV is present in an infected person’s bodily fluids, such as sperm, vaginal secretions, blood, and breast milk. Blood or sexual contact is used to spread the virus from one person to another. HIV may be spread through vaginal, oral, and anal intercourse, blood transfusions, and infected hypodermic needles, among other routes.
Impotency, often known as erectile dysfunction, is a sexual issue in men in which the erection cannot be sustained or is not robust enough for sexual intercourse. This ailment is called as Klaibya in Ayurveda and is divided into four kinds. Erectile Dysfunction therapy is sought by healthy guys for a variety of reasons, including stress, tiredness, and health issues. Ayurveda offers individualised Erectile Dysfunction therapy that includes a combination of medications, dietary changes, and lifestyle changes.
ED is essentially a condition of low vitality, according to Ayurveda. Klaibya or ED is usually caused by a vitiation of the vatadosha. Seven types of Klaibya are mentioned in Ayurvedic texts based on the cause, for example, Manasikklaibya is caused by psychological factors, Doshajklaibya is caused by physiological factors, Shukrakshayaj is caused by Shukradhatu deficiency, Vyadhij is caused by another disease such as diabetes, Aghataj is caused by surgical or accidental trauma, Shukranirodhaj is caused by suppression.
The term ‘frigidity’ refers to a lack of sexual desire and reaction over a long period of time. Despite the fact that this issue can affect both men and women, it is more commonly experienced by women.
Psychological, physiological, or pathological variables could all play a role. Guilt regarding sexual engagement, worry, fear, melancholy, stress, past sexual abuse, or partner conflict are all psychological variables. Menstrual cycles, pregnancy, lactation, the postnatal period, menopause, pelvic injuries, and birth control pills/hormones are all examples of physiology causes.
Oligospermia is a condition in which the sperm concentration in the sperm is low, which is a typical finding in male infertility. If a man’s ejaculate contains less than 20 million sperm per millilitre, he is considered to have this ailment.
Due to situations such as testicular damage and vasectomy, the natural flow of sperm is obstructed. Scarring caused by male reproductive system surgery, infection, or sexually transmitted illnesses. Varicoceles (Varicose veins surrounding the testes), hormonal problems, testicular illnesses, and obesity all cause a reduction in sperm production. Smoking, using drugs or alcohol, using certain prescriptions, being exposed to certain pollutants, malnutrition, and other factors all contribute to stress.Chlamydia and Gonorrhea are two sexually transmitted illnesses.
Premature ejaculation is ejaculation of the sperm with limited sexual arousal or before the man and his partner want. If this occurs on a regular basis, it can generate tension and issues in the relationship.
PE can be caused by momentary melancholy, stress, anxiety, sexual suppression in the past, or a lack of emotional intimacy between the couples. Physical disease, such as an enlarged prostate gland (prostatitis), diabetes, sexually transmitted infections, or cardiovascular disease, might potentially be the cause.
The sexual act brings our bodies’ lowest tissue levels together. This enables reproduction to take place. It can also allow infections to be transported directly to our deepest tissues, bypassing the immune system’s defences. The more sexual partners we have, the more susceptible we are to this disease.
Syphilis is an infectious, sexually transmitted illness with a sluggish progression. It can be bought or passed down through the generations. Syphilis is strikingly similar to firangarog, an illness mentioned by the Ayurvedic sage Acharya Bhavaprakash in his Ayurvedic compendium.