With fast paced lives, urbanization’s, and technological advances, many disorders are now understood in a different way, evaluated on different levels. The art of treating the body as a whole is fast disappearing and specialization is taking deep roots. Add to this quick gratification to suit modern styles, different aspects of diet, nutrition ; various therapy modes can be too intimidating and confusing. Of all health problems, women disorders are more complicated as each women has to go through various hormonal upheavals each cycle which is influenced by her social and physical life. Ayurved as a science has deep rooted philosophy in understanding each life form with respect to its evolution and social and material changes it adapts itself too in various era and providing solutions for a better quality of life. It is said that “One cannot preserve the body, but utilize it to the full” and thats what Ayurved aims to achieve. This blog gives an open perspective to various women disorders from a whole body analysis, about how pathologies work in response to social and material lives, what options are available to better them and what one needs to do on core levels to get complete control. The blog along with health articles also discusses certain core issues regarding myths, beliefs related to women and ancient traditions especially related to India and their applications for better life.
I hope reading these article may help you gain various insights into complexities of human body and how we abuse it for our preconceived gains and notions. I wish through this blog I may be able to serve and help as many women towards good health choices and a vision oriented lifestyle which imparts happiness, fun, creative satisfaction and peace
NLAM and AYURVED EDUCATION
For women more interested in Ayurved and its medicines , I would like to inform about National Library of Ayurveda Medicine [NLAM], a first of its kind online database of Ayurveda which gives analytical and statistical information on Ayurveda medicines and as of now has information about 1300 classical formulations with references to over 700 plants and 60 treatises in an effort to standardize Ayurveda and create consumer awareness.
NLAM further provide FREE online Ayurveda courses through NLAM Education in a unique and rich audio-visual format for enthusiasts. One can also watch all NLAM videos about Ayurved at the NLAM Youtube channel
Readers please take note, the aim pof this blog is to educate women about health issues, available options and correct approach towards solving them. Remedies mentioned in articles are for general use and one must use them with discretion. Though being safe, if one benefits from it it is always advisable to seek supervised help if one wishes to continue with the protocol
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