Ayurmitram

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Ayurveda?
"Ayurveda" is made up of two words-Ayuh and Veda. Ayuh means life and Veda means knowledge or science. Thus "Ayurveda' in totality means ‘Science of life'. It incorporates all aspects of life whether physical, psychological, spiritual or social. What is beneficial and what is harmful to life, what is happy life and what is sorrowful life; all these four questions and life span allied issues are elaborately and emphatically discussed in Ayurveda. It believes the existence of soul before birth and after death too.

 

Why should I go for Ayurveda, instead of other system of medicine?
In other system of medicines they treat the disease only, but in Ayurvedic system of medicine being a holistic approach to mankind, it not only treats the disease but treats the patients mentally as well as physically. It is a natural therapy hence it has no side effect or any complications, whereas other system of medicine has lots of side effects and several complications.

 

What are the modes of Ayuvedic treatment?
There exists eight divisions of Ayurvedic therapeutics, namely Kayachikitsa (Internal medicine), Shalya (Surgery), Shalkya (Otorhinolaryngology and Opthalmology), Kaumr Bhritya (Paediatrics, Gynaecology and Obstetrics) Agad tantra (Toxicology), Rasayana (Gerentorology), Vajikaran (Aphrodisiacs) and Bhoot Vidya (Psychiatry).

 

Are Ayurvedic medicines free of side effects?
Yes. Ayurvedic medicines are natural and safe ,they have no side effects. Since they are prepared form herbs & minerals after proper processing according to classical ayurvedic methods of manufacturing.

 

What is pulse examination in Ayurveda?
In Ayurveda, a disease is diagnosed with the help of three fingers which denotes the specific aggravation of Doshas. Ayurvedic experts are more capable in diagnosing a disease with the help of pulse examination.

 

I am residing in U.S.A . Is your product and services available here?
Yes. We are offering our services online and can get our professional medical assistance in USA, London or Japan or from anywhere in the world. You can make the payment against our payment advise note through wire transfer or any other conventional transfer modes.

 

Is ayurveda recognised by WHO??
About 20 years back, W.H.O. adopted Traditional Medicine programme in conjunction with the goal of health for all with the adoption of primary health care approach. W.H.O. has an open mind on Traditional Medicine. However, it endorses only that therapy which has solid scientific evidence with no toxicity. In view of this Ayurveda is duly recognised by W.H.O.

 

What is Yoga?
Yoga originated thousand of years ago in India as a technique to help people achieve spiritual enlightenment. Today, people practice yoga to improve their physical, mental and spiritual well - being. Most forms of yoga involve physical postures, breathing exercises and meditation.

 

How safe it is?
Practicing yoga is generally safe, but take it easy in your first few classes, there's no reason to push beyond your limits. Also, if you have back, knee, or other physical problems, get the go-ahead from your doctor first, since some poses can aggravate injuries. And tell your teacher beforehand about any limitation or concerns you have, so he or she can help you with alternate or modified poses.

 

What are the benefits of yoga?
Yoga strengthens and tones muscle, improves balance and flexibility and increases blood flow and vitality. It's also a great way to reduce stress. Researchers at Harvard Medical School found yoga lowers chemicals in the blood stream associated with anxiety and triggers other physiological relaxation responses, such as reducing muscle tension and lowering heart rate.

 

Does it matter that I'm not very flexible?
Not at all, a good instructor can adapt the poses to fit any level of student. Over time, your flexibility will improve.

 

How often do I need to practice yoga?
Practicing two to three times a week for 45 minutes to an hour is good goal to work towards. Another alternative is to practice 15 minutes every day. The more you practice, then you feel more benefit.