Wednesday, August 8, 2007

How to lead a healthy life

Why do diseases occur? Why are human beings a prey to innumerable number of diseases? Why is the incidence of disease more pronounced in the present day? Ayurveda leads you on to the very root cause of diseases.

Ayurveda considers all forms of diseases to be the end result of imbalance in the functioning of the body systems.

The human body, according to Ayurveda, consists of three basic elements called the Tridoshas. These are Vatta, Pitta and Kapha and these three elements need to function harmoniously if an individual is to maintain good health. A perfect equilibrium of the tridoshas would signal the ideal health of an individual.

However, due to a variety of causes, this equilibrium is disturbed. The tridoshas do not function harmoniously any more and disease sets in. These imbalances are a result of life style, food, stress, toxins or over work. Ayurveda views the cause of the disease lepamas the result of living out of harmony with the environment. As and when an individual is in a position to regain that perfect balance and harmony in the body constitution, his health will return to normalcy.

Ayurveda is the only system of medicine that provides a precise format to remedy these imbalances. It treats the very root cause of the disease and not the symptoms. Ayurveda treatments also offer regimen to maintain a perfect health in future. Ayurveda seeks to develop an individual possessing a perfect balance of body, mind and soul living in perfect harmony with his environment.


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