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Pranayama

(Prana, breath, "ayama", to restrain or stop)

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Nadi Pulse Diagonsis

Netra Tharpana

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SIRODHARA WITH AYURVEDIC OIL MASSAGE

Thaila Dhara with an oil massage is a complete
relaxation programme for the body and mind together.

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UDWARTHANAM

PIZHICHIL

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ABHYANGAM (THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE)

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THERAPIES

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    Mud Therapy

    Mud is associated with Earth – one of the five elements of nature. Mud has immense healing properties. It has an incredible property of holding moisture for a long time, which provides cooling effect on the body. Its black colour absorbs all the colours of sun and transmits them on the body. In Mud Therapy clean mud is used which is taken from 3 to 4 ft. depth from the surface of the ground with no contamination. It can be applied on whole body or specific part of the body basis the requirement.

    Benefits:
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    1.Improves the body metabolism
    2.Dilutes and absorbs the toxic substances of body and ultimately eliminates them from body.
    3.Nourishes the skin. Helps in improving the complexion of the skin by getting rid of spots and patches
    4.Improves blood circulation and relaxes the muscles
    5.Helps relieve inflammations, swellings and reduces pain
    6.Helps bring down blood pressure
    7.Is anti-inflammatory, anti-aging

     

    Diseases Cured:

    1. Psoriasis
    2. Digestive disorders
    3. Acidity
    4. Sleeplessness
    5. Anxiety/Hypertension
    6. Diabetes
    7. Headache, backache, muscle aches
    8. Migraine
    9. Inflammations
    10. Other allergic conditions of the skin
    11. It reduces the irritation of eyes hence useful in the case of conjunctivitis, itching of the eyes, allergic conditions, hemorrhage in the eyeball.

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    Hydrotherapy

    Hydrotherapy is an ancient form of treatment where water is used in different forms to relieve physical and mental ailments and to recharge body vitality. Water has extraordinary healing properties at different temperatures. Internal applications includes intake of water, enema, sniffing of water. External applications includes bath, packs, compress, sprays etc.

    Benefits:

    1. Helps maintain hydration of the body
    2. Helps in proper secretion of body fluids and maintenance of Ph
    3. Aids digestion and prevents constipation
    4. Improves skin condition and nourishes it
    5. Helps in detoxification
    6. Being a universal solvent, its use helps in the elimination of uric acid, urea, salts, excessive sugar, and many other blood and food chemicals that are waste products.

    There are numerous treatments in Hydrotherapy. Several important ones and their benefits include the following:
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    Pranayama

    (“Suspending Breath”): Prāna, breath, “āyāma”, to restrain or stop. Also interpreted as control of the life force.

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    Chromotherapy

    Chromotherapy (or Colour Therapy or Surya Kiran Chikitsa) is a drugless method of treating the diseases by using different colors from sunlight. It can be used for any problem – physical, mental, emotional or spiritual. It is equally relevant for specific problems as well as an overall relaxation therapy.

    According to the basic principles of Chromotherapy, human body is composed of different colors and lack of any color in our body gives rise to disease. A person is said to be in a state of health as long as the colors of the spectrum are in a harmonious state in his body.

    The rays of the sun contain all the essential elements needed to reestablish and maintain the health of the human body.Seven colours of Sun rays have different therapeutic effects. These colours are-Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange and Red. For being healthy and in treatment of different diseases, these colours work effectively.

    Colour can be introduced in a person through coloured food, solarised (exposed to sun rays) liquids and solids. Colours used in meditation rooms, coloured lights emit certail waives which changes the level of consciousness.

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    Fasting

    I saw a few die of hunger; of eating a hundred thousand – Benjamin Franklin

    Fasting is different from starvation. It is a highly constructive and beneficial technique that results in the elimination of toxic waste from the body, thereby restoring good health. It is the best form of medication in Naturopathy and works every time without fail.

    Generally we all eat much more than what is required by our bodies, thereby burdening our internal systems with a lot of additional effort around processing that food. The body is left with minimal energy to spare to attend to its regenerative and recuperative function. Factors like polluted environment, stress, adulterated food, lack of exercise etc further increase the toxin accumulation. This leads to a deterioration of our bodily functions over time. Fasting provides a much needed rest to the digestive and physiological functions of the human body. The energy saved is used by the body to cleanse and regenerate the body and mind.

    During an illness, the body uses up all its energy reserves to fight against the disease. We automatically feel a loss of appetite as the system does not want to waste its energy in digesting and processing the food. We do not need any particular nourishment that time. The appetite becomes dormant. If we eat during this time our recovery is delayed.This is similar to what happens when we fast. The body instead burns the toxic elements present and uses up the existing body reserves to derive the energy required for its day-to-day functioning. The eliminative capability of the human body also gets accelerated during a fast, thereby resulting in a faster removal of disease-causing toxins from the system.

    Contrary to common belief fasting does not lead to any loss in energy and vitality of the patient. Instead the physical strength, energy levels and mental alertness of the patients are significantly increased during the process. Rest is advised during fasting. However, this is not because the patients feel weak, but rather because the physician wants to conserve all his body energy to fight the disease and not waste it on unnecessary body functions. Keeping regular one day fasts in a week can keep us fit and healthy if we don’t stuff ourselves with food like we do these days. However, extended fasting for the purposes of treating diseases should always be done under the supervision of a trained Naturopathic physician.