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Benefits of fasting – An Ayurveda view by Dr.Savitha Suri Posted Thu 06 Jan 2011 5:03am In medical terms, the word ‘fasting’ can be defined as “voluntary abstinence from consuming food for varying lengths of time.” Fasting is used as a therapy for several medical conditions. It is also a vital component of ritualistic and spiritual practices in many religions. Almost all medical systems in the world acknowledge the therapeutic ... Read on »
Keep Your Joints Healthy With Ayurveda - Part Three by DrSharada Posted Thu 25 Mar 2010 9:27am Rheumatoid arthritis is an extremely painful and debilitating condition that in the U.S. affects over one milllion adults and 1 in every 250 children.  Ayurveda classifies rheumatoid arthritis as Ama type of joint pain.  I'm excited to discuss this last segment in the series because this Ama type can be so difficult to treat in conventional med ... Read on »
Healing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Ayurveda by Dr Gowthaman Facebook Posted Sat 23 Mar 2013 8:25am Compression of Median nerve is what clinically termed as ‘Carpal tunnel syndrome’. The median nerve travels down the arm into the hand through a narrow path. At wrist this narrow path is compressed by various physical and physiological reasons end up in discomfort. The level of discomfort varies from simple dull ache to complete numbness of the h ... Read on »
Dealing with Sleep disturbances while working in shifts –An ayurveda view by Dr.Savitha Suri Posted Tue 23 Aug 2011 10:55am Our body functions like hormone release, body temperature, sleep-wake cycles, etc are caused due to Circadian rhythm which intern controlled by our biological clock. Circadian rhythms are responses of living beings for their surrounding environment, primarily to light and darkness. This rhythm follow a roughly 24 hours cycle and causes physical, ... Read on »
Magnificent Milk - An ayurveda view by Dr.Savitha Suri Posted Tue 02 Feb 2010 3:09am Milk contains nutrients like protein, fat, mineral matter, water and lactose. It is rich in calcium and vitamins. It is the natural food of all young mammals. Milk is a reservoir of nutrients and forms an important ingredient of a balanced diet. As it is rich in calcium it makes our bones and teeth strong. It helps to nourish the body with high qua ... Read on »
Causes of Erectile dysfunction- an ayurveda view by Dr.Savitha Suri Posted Mon 18 Mar 2013 3:29pm Acharya charaka explains the causes of erectile dysfunction or klaibya in chikitsa sthana. Imbalance and Vitiation of shukradhatu causes erectile dysfunction or Klaibya. When we go through texts of ayurveda , we can conclude that Shukra dhatu is a collective word which represents both testosterone and semen. Based on vitiation of shukra dhatu , t ... Read on »
Basilar joint arthritis symptoms - Basilar Joint Arthritis Over view by drseanyounai Posted Thu 15 Jul 2010 3:25am       The basilar joint is formed by a small bone in the wrist and the fist bone in the thumb. This joint allows the thumb to move in several directions for pinching and gripping. It is common to develop arthritis in the basilar thumb. Osteoarthritis and/or degenerative arthritis are conditions which develop from the natural wear and tea ... Read on »
Integrative Medicine Is Growing Despite Steven Salzberg’s Criticism by EyeDrD Posted Sat 10 Sep 2011 3:41pm I MEET BRIAN BERMAN, a physician of gentle and upbeat demeanor, outside the stately Greek columns that form the facade of one of the nation’s oldest medical-lecture halls, at the edge of the University of Maryland Medical Center in downtown Baltimore. The res ... Read on »
Natural Remedies for Erectile Dysfunction by Dr Gowthaman Facebook Posted Sun 11 Apr 2010 10:22am ED or erectile dysfunction is characterised by partial or total inability to maintain erection long enough to have sexual intercourse. It is not a disease it is just a disorder that can be cured with medicines and physical & psychological therapies. In Ayurveda this condition is known as ‘Linga shailitya’ (weakness of penis). It is charecteris ... Read on »
The Morality of Medicine: The Traditional View of Hippocrates, and a Newer View From Arthur C. Brooks by Jim Pinkerton Posted Mon 26 Oct 2009 11:06pm Arthur C. Brooks, the president of the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC, takes to the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal this morning to set forth his vision for healthcare, in a piece headlined, "Why Government Health Care Keeps Falling in the Polls/The health-care debate is part of a larger m ... Read on »