Ayurveda for Arthritis
We provide ayurveda treatment for arthritis. Arthritis is a condition in which both inflammating and degenerating lessons of a joint or joints takes places. Arthritis is generally characterized by pain and restriction of movement at a joint, arising spontaneously; in superficial joints these features are usually accompanied by obvious swelling or thickening. If a joint is not swollen and if it there are four common types of arthritis, and several less common or rare varieties of which five will be considered here. 1) pyogenic arthritis; 20 rheumatoid arthritis and juvenile chronic 3) tuberculous arthritis; and 4) osteoarthritis. Other types of arthritis that will be 5) gouty arthritis; 6) haemophilic arthritis; 7) neuropathic arthritis (Charcot’s osteoarthropathy); 8) the arthritis of rheumatic fever ; and 9) ankylosing spondylitis.
Ayurveda for Psoriasis
Psoriasis is a chronic non-infectious, inflammatory disease of the skin, characterized by well-defined erythematous plaques bearing large, adherent silvery scales. The cause remains unknown. There is often a genetic predisposition and the disease is sometimes triggered by an outside factor.
Ayurveda for Osteo Arthritis (Knee Joint Pain)
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative wear- and-tear process occurring in joints that are impaired by congenital defect. Age, vascular insufficiency, or previous disease or injury. It is by far the commonest variety of arthritis.
It is caused by wear and tear. If a joint were never put under stress it would never become osteoarthritic. Hence the relatively lightly stressed joints of the upper limb are in general, less prone to osteoarthritis than the heavily stressed joints of the lower limb. Nearly always, however there is a predisposing cause that accelerates the wear-and -tear process. Alost any abnormal ity of a joint may be responsible indirectly for the development of osteoarthritis- often many years later. The main predisposing factors are : 1) congenital ill-development; 2) irregularity of joint surfaces from previous fracture; 3) internal derangements, such as a loose body or a torn meniscus; 4) previous disease leaving a damaged articular cartilage 5) mal-alignment of a joint from any cause 6) obesity and overweight. Age alone is not the cause of osteoarthritis through it may be associated with an impaired capacity for tissue repair after injury and this may be an indirect causative factor.
Ayurveda for Cervical Spondylosis (Neck Pain)
Cervical spondylosis is a common degenerative condition of the cervical spine that most likely is caused by age-related changes in the intervertebral disks. Clinically, several syndromes, both overlapping and distinct, are seen: neck and shoulder pain, suboccipital pain and headache, radicular symptoms, and cervical spondylotic myelopathy (CSM). As disk degeneration occurs, mechanical stresses result in osteophytic bars, which form along the ventral aspect of the spinal canal.
Ayurveda for Lumbar Spondylosis (Low Backache)
Lumbar spondylosis describes bony overgrowths (osteophytes), predominantly those at the anterior, lateral, and, less commonly, posterior aspects of the superior and inferior margins of vertebral centra (bodies). This dynamic process increases with, and is perhaps an inevitable concomitant of age.
Ayurveda for Obesity Management
Excess weight gain usually starts when individuals are aged between 20 and 40 with maximum body weight being achieved in middle age. Weight tends to stabilize when the increased metabolic demands of the body balance the energy intake. Once weight has been gained, it is very unusual to lose it spontaneously before the age of 65. If there is significant unexpected weight loss, a careful search should d be made for underlying illness.
Ayurveda for Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple sclerosis is a disease that strikes only the central nervous system, which consists of the brain and spinal cord. These organs control the movements and the functions of the entire body. As the brain sends and receives signals, the spinal cord funnels them in and out to and from different parts of he body through a network of nerves.
The nerves are surrounded by insulating matter called myelin – a soft, white, fatty substance that forms a protective sheath for the nerves. The myelin sheath which develops in the first ten years of life insulates the nerve fibers and helps conduct signals through the body.