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World Diabetes Day 2020

Management of Diabetes Mellitus through Ayurveda and Yoga Type 2 Diabetes is a leading health issue globally. Diabetes has been known since the first century B.C.E. In 1425, the word diabetes was first recorded and in 1675, the Greek word mellitus, meaning “like honey,” was added, to reflect the sweet smell and taste of the patient’s urine. Much […]

Alzheimer Management

Alzheimer Management with Ayurveda & Yoga Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a progressive loss of cognitive function associated with the presence of senile plaques in the hippocampal area of the brain. The disease is most commonly appears among middle-aged and older adults in the form of dementing illness. Typical symptoms appear after age 60. Although the […]


Psoriasis is an auto immune, non-infectious disorder that cassesplaques, which are itchy or sore patches of thick,red,dry skin.The word “Psora” is a greek word meaning “Itch”.Psoriasis affects any part of the body.   Psoriasis  has a genetic pre-disposition,can develop at any age though often occurs between 15 and 35 years of age.Itchiness is the most […]

Yoga for Common Ailments

The best gift you can give yourself is staying fit, flexible and younger. This gift is known as ‘Yoga’. If you practice yoga regularly it can help you remain free from many illnesses. Yoga is a holistic approach and works on the body, mind and spirit simultaneously. Yoga is not only a preventive methodology but […]

Ideal Lifestyle measures for healthy living – an Ayurvedic approach

A daily routine is necessary to bring radical change in your body, mind, and consciousness. Routine helps imbibe discipline and therefore improves your physical and psychological balance. It regularizes the biological clock, aids digestion, absorption, assimilation, generates self-esteem, discipline, peace, happiness, and longevity. ‘The Science of Life’- Ayurveda, describes the most important principles of Dinacharya (daily regimen), Ritucharya (seasonal regimen) and Sadvritta (moral code of conduct), […]


Keep your immunity Boosted- to- Stay fit and healthy!! Modern lifestyle is plagued with innumerable diseases and hence maintaining good immunity becomes highly essential to fight any disease. Presently, the world is in a medical turmoil due to the emergence of COVID-19. This has compelled each individual to think about boosting once immunity, not only […]

Yoga for Women Health

Yoga is a spiritual science of self realisation . The goal of yoga is to calm the mind , ensure better coordination of mind and body so that we live a healthy life and experience spiritual growth. Today’s woman does much more than her role of a homemaker, a mother or a daughter. She has adapted beyond four walls into that outer world...

Mukhalepam – Natural Facial

According to Ayurveda, our face and body reflect the true state of our emotional and physical well-being. A facial is essentially a multi-step skin treatment that is one of the best ways to take care of your skin. A facial cleanses, exfoliates, and nourishes the skin, promoting a clear, well-hydrated complexion and can help your skin look younger.

World health Day

Health is paramount to achieve our goals in life. It is possible to handle and tackle every task when the person has good health. The science of Ayurveda exists from thousands of years and is based on the principle of ‘Swastasya swastya rakshanam aturasya vikara prashamanam’ which means maintaining the health of a healthy and...

Women’s Day

Ayurveda and Yoga- Windfall for Women Health These healing systems offer a unique approach and offers 3 main ways to maintain balanced health in women. Preventive Ayurveda & Yoga: Ayurveda offers disease prevention through understanding of life style through Dinacharya (daily routine) Rutucharya...

Skin Care

Lepa According to Ayurveda healthy skin is a result of overall health condition of individuals and numerous skin care treatments are advised to be pursued at every stage of life.. FIND Your Skin Type ? The first step towards taking care of the skin would be to find out your skin type. As per Ayurveda...

World Diabetes Day

Dr. Kashinath Dixit From Central Manchester University Hospitals, UK Lifestyle modification in the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus – Are ancient Indian methods relevant even today ? Type 2 diabetes mellitus which is the most common form of diabetes, which is a chronic progressive condition resulting from impaired secretion and action of […]
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