Women’s Day

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 (seasonal regimen) and Rajaswala Charya(regimen during cycles). (https://www.researchgate.net/publication/313354443_Rajaswala_Paricharya_an_Ayurvedic_Management_to_Prevent_Menstrual_Disorders)

Yoga based Asana’s, Pranayama and Relaxation techniques provide  measures for healthy women to prevent menstrual disorders by bringing in better psycho -biological well being.

Curative Ayurveda & Yoga: Disease specific Ayurveda diet and routine are advised along with medications for women health problems (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3215317)

Yoga practices aid balance in neuro endocrinal axis and therefore help in management (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24298457)

Pregnancy and Ayurveda-Yoga: The care in this blessed phase is compared with ‘Poornamiva taila paatram’. The care given is equated to the care needed to avoid spillage of oil which is filled up to the brim of a vessel. This is an important crossroad and a pregnant woman is so open to positive change at this time. Yoga postures help expecting mothers to be physically and psychologically fit and prepares them for child birth (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25036466)

The speciality clinic on women and child health at Vhg centers enables women to not only restore health for various menstrual disorders but also prevent them.

“Stay Positive, Stay healthy”

‘Complementing Tradition with Science’

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