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  1. AYURVEDA FOR ASTHMA

    AYURVEDA FOR ASTHMA

    • In today’s modern lifestyle with increasing pollution, crowd and stress
      the incidences of asthma is increasing rapidly. According to a survey
      approx. 15% of Indians are suffering from asthma. So we need to be
      extra careful to stop ourselves and our family to catch asthma.
    • Asthma is a disease which is caused by the inflammation of the
      respiratory passage in lungs that leaves little space for air to move which
      in turn causes shortness of breath and attacks of breathlessness which are
      the most common symptoms of asthma.
    • CAUSES OF ASTHMA
       GENETICS – if someone in your family have asthma then you are
      more likely to have it.
       SMOKING – Active or passive smoking can also cause asthma
       FOOD ALLERGY – some people have allergies to some food
      products that can cause asthma.
       Infections on the air passage or chest can also cause asthma.
       Excessive contact with dust and smoke.
       Excessive stress of
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  2. AYURVEDA FOR HEALTHY LIFE

                                                                                     

    • AYURVEDA FOR HEALTHY LIFE
    • It is a universally accepted fact that good health plays an important role in human development, day to day life and every aspect of life you can think of. According to the concepts of Ayurveda, good health is based on the equilibrium of dosha (humor), agni (digestive fire), dhatu (seven body tissues: lymph, blood, muscle, adipose tissue, bone, bone marrow, semen), and mala (feces, urine, and other waste products).
    • Furthermore, in Ayurveda there is clear-cut emphasis on maintaining physical, mental, and spiritual well-being as part of good health. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines good
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  3. AYURVEDA FOR JOINTS PAIN AND DRY SKIN

    • AYURVEDA FOR JOINTS PAIN AND DRY SKIN Joints connects two bones.
    • They provide support and help when you move. Any harm to the joints from disease or injury can affect your movement and cause a lot of pain. Joints pain may be caused by various types of injuries or conditions which affects the ligament, tendons or muscles surrounding the joint and may be even bones and cartilage in the joints. Joint pain can also be caused by arthritis, or in some rare cases it may also be cancer of joint.
    • Knee pain was the most common complaint, followed by shoulder and hip pain, but joint pain can affect any part of your body, from your ankles and feet to your shoulders and hands. As you get older, painful joints become increasingly more common. Skin is one of the most important part of the body and it is always directly in contact with the atmosphere so we need to take special care of it. Dry Skin is one of the problems which is very common between all age groups and especially in winter.
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  4. AYURVEDA FOR PNEUMONIA

    • AYURVEDA FOR PNEUMONIA Pneumonia is one of those diseases that we all are familiar with but know very little about it. It is respiratory condition in which one or both the lungs gets affected by inflammation and infection. The cause of it could be anything from bacteria, virus to fungi. In most cases the infection is bacterial.
    • The treatment also depends upon the cause of it. The inflammation caused in lungs makes the inhaling of oxygen and exhaling of carbon di oxide difficult. So pneumonia is a very serious condition as it hinders the body’s capacity to deliver oxygen to the organs and this could even lead to death. So a patient with pneumonia should be dealt with extra care and precautions. SYMPTOMS OF PNEUMONIA Symptoms of pneumonia are similar to those of cold or flu so it is usually goes unrecognized until it reaches later stage. So it is very important to know the very symptoms of pneumonia to save oneself from it.
    • Here I am listing some symptoms that indicates p
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  5. AYURVEDIC MEDICINE for CROUP

    • AYURVEDIC MEDICINE for CROUP, and STREP THROAT Croup is a situation in which the higher airways swells and gets irritating. The virus that causes the common cold is also liable for croup, and it mostly happen in the fall and early winter. It normally affects the kids who are 6 months to 3 years old but it can also affect older kids, so you have to be careful all the time. Croup typically occurs a few days after the start of a cold. Croup is infectious.
    • As children grow older and their lungs and windpipes develop and they are less likely to get croup. Streptococcal pharyngitis, also known as strep throat, is a contamination of the back of the throat including the tonsils by a bacteria. Strep throat is spread by respirational droplets from an infected person. It may be spread openly or by touching something that has droplets on it and then touching the mouth, nose, or eyes. Some people may carry the bacteria without symptoms. It may also be spread by skin infected with strep. SYMPTOMS
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  6. AYURVEDIC MEDICINE for CROUP (Duplicated)

    AYURVEDIC MEDICINE for CROUP, and STREP THROAT Croup is a situation in which the higher airways swells and gets irritating. The virus that causes the common cold is also liable for croup, and it mostly happen in the fall and early winter. It normally affects the kids who are 6 months to 3 years old but it can also affect older kids, so you have to be careful all the time. Croup typically occurs a few days after the start of a cold. Croup is infectious.
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