Author: planetayurveda

Ayurvedic Approach towards Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

The Ayurvedic approach towards attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) explains ADHD as a mental disorder caused by imbalances in doshas. Ayurveda classifies mental illness under Kaumarabhria such as Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder, and Autism. Ayurvedic approach to treat Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is to enhance the dhi, dhriti and smriti resulting into increased mental coordination. Moreover, ADHD is a pediatric disease but also have reported in adults. Taking consideration of Ayurvedic approach the use of herbs for the treatment of mental illness are safe, effectively balance the vitiated doshas, promotes health habits and  strengthen immunity. It is generally observed in the children but may be reported in adults if it is not diagnosed well. The symptoms of ADHD are: Made impulsive decisions Inattention Compulsive behaviors Hyperactivity Intense mood swings Bipolar disorder Thus, ADHD is a neurobehavioral developmental disorder observed in children characterized by hyper activeness, impulsiveness and inattention. Ayurvedic Approach Improving mental performance by herbal therapy is highly effective in improving total reaction time without any adverse effect. The Ayurvedic approach relies on the mechanism to regulate the mental performances which involves; Tikta rasa directing medha (intellect) Ushna, Tikshna and Laghu Guna direct on vegetarian food Ushna Virya and Tikshna Guna increases grasping power and perception Smaran retrieves Pitta Sara Guna improves prerana (motivation) Tridosha Shamaka pacifies Vata and regularize the function of mana (heart) and improves...

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Home Remedies for Anxiety Disorder

The disorders, which are categorized by the nervousness and fear are anxiety disorders. They are mental disorders. In this disorder, the patient takes tension about the future aspects and these aspects affect the present situations. There are many types of anxiety disorders like panic disorder, separation phobia, social stress disorder are some of the types of anxiety disorders. The patient suffers from the problem of increasing heartbeat and unsteadiness during this mental disease.  Different types of anxiety disorders have different features but all the features are related to the root or the source situation that is anxiety. Causes of...

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How to Control Anxiety Naturally

An Anxiety Disorder is diagnosed when feelings of stress and anxiety become excessive and start to negatively impact your health and lifestyle. Anxiety is basically your body physically acting on emotional stressors. You may experience symptoms like headaches, sweating, high blood pressure, and tension. It is possible to control anxiety naturally with the help of yoga, Ayurveda, home remedies, herbal remedies, and a balanced diet, etc.  Causes of Anxiety: Hereditary Stress Side effects of medication Alcohol intake Acute illness Stimulant Over breathing Tension Hormonal imbalance Symptoms: Worry and tension Aggression Irritability Muscle strain Headache Excessive sweating Lack of Concentration Fatigue Dryness...

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How to deal with migraine and cure naturally

Migraine is a chronic neurological disease. In this disease there is recurrent of headaches . Here headache affects one half of the head. migraines are effect by environmental and genetic factors. There is severe pain in head which frequently attack after some duration of time .A migraine is occurring suddenly. It is basically occur when person is mentally depressed and under high tension. In this head and neck muscle are greatly affect due high tension. It creates high pressure on arteries and reduces the blood flow. Then when ever person relaxes suddenly then constricted muscles expand due to this...

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