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Mentally Preparing Yourself for Surgery

Mentally Preparing Yourself for Surgery

Thanks to modern medicine, surgeons can help us overcome some of the nastiest diseases and conditions that humans can ever face. Whether it’s injuries sustained after a car crash or something deeper in your body such as a failing organ or even damage to your skull, it’s possible that a surgical procedure could treat you and help you return to a normal life again. However, undergoing surgery is an incredibly tough procedure that requires you to have a strong mind and body in order to come out unscathed.

After all, surgical procedures aren’t guaranteed. There’s a small chance that they can fail or even cause more problems in the future. So to help you mentally prepare yourself for surgery, we’ve put together some handy tips and motivational advice.

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Learn as much as possible about the procedure through trusted sources

There are probably lots of different articles talking about things that brain surgery can include or the risk factors of replacing an organ. However, a lot of these sources aren’t based on factual information and could be sensational just to draw in clicks or even get you to buy specific products from them to help soothe your anxiety. Instead of trusting these websites, speak to your doctor instead and get to know your surgeon. They are the best sources of information if you want to learn more about your procedure.

Prepare some questions that you want to ask and don’t be scared of being blunt

Everyone is going to have questions for their surgeon and in many cases, it’s going to include asking questions like “what’s the success rate?” or “what are the complications?”. A surgeon’s job is to treat you and provide you with the best possible chances of surviving, but they’re also not afraid to be frank with you. However, do understand that they’re not going to have all of the information you’re looking for. They’re not going to look at or remember the exact number of people they’ve failed to treat or how many people suffer side effects from a procedure.

Establish a good relationship with your surgeon before the operation

Building trust in your doctor can be difficult, especially if you haven’t known them for a long time. It’s even harder when you have to meet with a new surgeon. If you have faith in the people treating you, then you’re going to feel much more at ease when the day comes to have your procedure. It’s difficult to get to know your surgeon, but take any opportunity you can to speak to them, get friendly and learn to trust them.

We understand that surgical procedures can be daunting, especially if your life is in the balance. Thankfully, this anxiety can be calmed by putting complete faith in your surgeon, getting to know them and understanding the procedure. Instead of focusing on the bad things that could happen, it’s good to take an objective look at the procedure and the risk factors so you can better decide what the right course of action is and also calm your nerves.

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Diet And Exercise Are Great… But Are You Neglecting These 5 Other Aspects Of Your Health?

Diet And Exercise Are Great… But Are You Neglecting These 5 Other Aspects Of Your Health?

Your health matters now more than ever! WIth doctors and medical centers doing all they can to help those affected by the coronavirus, we’re all learning to be more autonomous when it comes to managing our health. The good news is that we’re all finding inventive ways to work out without gyms and getting creative in the kitchen, cooking from scratch more and enjoying more fresh wholefoods. 

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Still, while diet and exercise are important, there’s more to your health than these twin pillars. If you’re not also taking care of the following, your overall health and wellbeing may suffer…

Mental wellbeing and stress management

The nationwide lockdown is likely to start to take a toll on our mental health, causing us to feel stressed and irritable. This condition is called cabin fever and while it’s perfectly natural, it can be ruinous to your relationships with others in your home. 

Dental health

You won’t have a visit to your dentist on the cards for the next few months. But this is all the more reason to double down on your dental health. And, sorry, but brushing twice a day just isn’t enough for most of us. You should be flossing and using mouthwash after brushing to keep your mouth free of the food residue and bacteria that can damage teeth and gums. 

Digestive health

Good digestive health is about more than just staving off indigestion, bloating and cramps. Your digestive health can have a surprising impact on your overall health. The tiny ecosystem of flora and microorganisms within your gut are often referred to as the second brain which can influence our mood and overall wellbeing. 

Eating more wholefoods, taking smaller bites, chewing thoroughly and getting enough sleep (more on that later) are crucial to gut health. 

Genital health and hygiene

Why are we so loath to talk about our downstairs buts with anyone other than our doctors? For all kinds of reasons, we need to make sure that we pay attention to our genitals. We need to make sure they’re clean and dry to stave off yeast infections and UTIs. If you experience pain or discomfort during sex and / or incontinece or constipation, you may be among the 1 in 3 women with a pelvic floor disorder. The good folks at Pelvic Floor Pro can give you the support you need. Even while under lockdown. 

Sleep

Of course, it’s unlikely that anyone reading this will be deliberately missing out on sleep. Still, it’s safe to say that many of us won’t be getting enough. At a time when we may know that loved ones are suffering and it seems like our bank accounts are leaking money, a good night’s sleep can be hard to come by.

Still, that doesn’t mean you can’t help yourself. Try to limit your exposure to artificial light (including blue light from screens). Try and get some exercise every day, even if it’s just a brisk walk. Be aware of your caffeine intake, especially in the afternoons / evenings. Take a hot bath around an hour before bedtime to lower your core temperature, and try keeping a diffuser with ylang ylang, jasmine or lavender essential oils by your bed.   

Keep all of the above in mind, and you’ll ensure a holistic approach to your health while under lockdown.

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My Nose Has Never Been So Itchy

My Nose Has Never Been So Itchy

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While under the self-quarantine and social distancing affects of COVID-19, we all find ourselves highly acute of certain bodily habits. I can hear a person sneeze from a mile away. And there’s a very distinct difference in the sound of someone covering their mouth when they cough and when they don’t!

It’s not paranoid; it’s awareness

Paranoia is defined as being panicked over something that is unlikely to happen. Awareness is when you realize there is a potential for something to happen and you take action on prevention.

So, why is my nose itching?

Particles in the air touch our noses multiple times a day, every day. From dust to a stray hair, we have never thought twice about brushing it away. However, since we have been told repeatedly not to touch our face, we are now fully aware of when we actually want to.

Is it safe to touch my nose?

Yes. But with the pandemic in full rise, it’s best to wash your hands before you touch your nose and, here’s the important part, AFTER. This has always been the case. Yet, it’s so obvious now with the coronavirus and it’s ability to be so contiguous. For example: COVID-19 could be on your hands. You touch your nose and within hours or days, it could enter your system. Another example: The virus is in your nose. You touch your nose then, touch a surface. The surface now has COVID-19 on it which has the ability to survive for days just waiting for someone to touch it.

So, Washing hands before and after can help reduce this problem.

Reduce chances of catching a virus through your nose

Yep, you read that correctly. The most likely reason for a virus getting in your bloodstream is that the nostrils are dry. This allows the virus to rest within the canal, to eventually, seep through the dermis and enter the bloodstream. An easy prevention is to keep your nostrils moisturized. Saline solution kits and refills for the nose are a good routine to help keep your nose clean and moisturized. If a virus enters a clean moisturized nose, mucus has a change to potentially cover the virus, which you will eventually expel through blowing your nose or coughing out.

The ears, nose and throat are all connected so well to help prevent catching bacterial, fungal and viral infections. But remember, we need to help the system out by washing those hands before and after, as well as cleaning the kit after use.

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Boost Your Immunity

Boost Your Immunity

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As the world braces after hearing The WHO declare a global pandemic, most search for ways to maintain health. How is it that some people that are infected with COVID-19 are barely showing symptoms while others are aren’t so lucky?

Lord only knows…

The infected number is climbing at alarming rates as the death toll continues to rise. Clean hands, closures and social distancing is helping slow the cases. But human nature tells us, ‘We need to do more’. The major organizations request that people stop buying masks. However, people are looking for ways to feel proactive. To keep fears and anxiety at bay, there are some helpful suggestions, finally, being sent our way.

We Know… Wash your hands

Yes, it’s surprising this is number one on every preventative list. It’s amazing how many folks can forget this on a regular basis. Many, many years ago, it was discovered that rinsing hands, alone, doesn’t have the same impact as adding soap into the mix. Nowadays, timing is everything. For as long as I can remember, I have sung my ABC’s while washing my hands. As a child, it was considered adorable. Yet, as a teen, my friends would tease. And as an adult, well… lets just say, I sing it in my head, along with a head bob every now and again.

Recently, people have created new versions of 20 second washing by using show openings and classic hits. However, according to a poll, what is the song that people are singing in their heads while scrubbing down their paws? The census appears to be ‘Happy birthday’. Good choice. Just remember to sing it twice!

Supplements

Supplements are always a tough suggestion when dealing with any illness. Their mere presence can cause backlash, especially since most aren’t FDA approved. Plus, as a nutritionist, I can honestly say, ‘I don’t know your personal history’ to safely recommend a one size fits all cure-all. (Btw, there is no, one size cure-all, as far as I know.) When the SARs outbreak happened, many took to natural viral fighters like, turmeric. Really? Yes, but listen… Supplements like turmeric are amazing as long as they are right for you, personally. Curcuminoids that are found in turmeric supplements are bad-asses that can kill many things in vitro (in a test tube). Yet, the way it works on your specific body could be different. Always talk to your doctor before starting a supplement or vitamin. They will know you best and what interactions to look out for.

Exercise

We all know exercise is good for us. But, seriously… there seems to be a connection to COVID-19 patients who exercise daily with things like, stretching or yoga and their lack of symptoms. So, why not add a bit of exercise into your daily. It’s good for your heart and your immune system.

Healthy diet

This is a given for any immune system. Eat fresh. Eat a variety. Green and leafy veggies have plenty of chlorophyll to toughen up your immunity. Veggies with lots of color tend to have lots of nutrients. Buying caned or frozen will still give you a good deal of nutrition. Look for foods that are packed with vitamins. Vitamins in the B family are always important to keep the cognitive aspects in check. New studies have shown intakes of Vitamin D have had effects on blocking and/or shortening viruses. And who could forget, Vitamin C. Look for some vitamins that might have the combo you need like Vitamin C + D chews. Eat several small meals a day, so you can get more variety. Also, it might be more beneficial to ration your meals if you find yourself in quarantine.

Rest

Getting a good amount of sleep is important for any immune system. However, getting extra sleep is important to fight off germs and viruses. Don’t neglect your body. If you feel tired, take a nap. Taking several periods of rest through out the day can cause a surge of healthy cells to do their job and fight off the bad guys trying to take up residence in your system.

Reduce Anxiety

Shortness of breath can also be a symptom of stress. This pandemic is unnerving for most individuals. Follow the guidelines of your country, city, town. The rules laid out to stay home or keep away from crowds are there to protect you and others. Don’t lie, we have all been self-serving at one point or another, but this is about the bigger picture.

Feeling overwhelmed? Try deep breathing exercises: Inhale deeply through your nose and exhale very slowly from your mouth. Repeat several times. Try a pressure point for relief. Pressing your tongue to the roof of your mouth and holding it there for several seconds can ward off a panic attack.

Stay calm; stay kind. Make plans with neighbors if any one of you should get sick. Remember, pets can catch this! Keep your pets away from your tissues and bodily fluids and wash your hands thoroughly after dealing with theirs. Check on the family and the elderly with a phone call. Cover your mouth when you cough, yawn or sneeze, by using the crook of your elbow. Wash hands for at least twenty seconds. Don’t like to count? Try singing a song. Don’t fight with your fellow man over toilet paper or any other store item.

And God bless us, every one!

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Soothing Self Care Ideas To Try After a Rough Day

Soothing Self Care Ideas To Try After a Rough Day

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When you have had a terrible day all you want to do is sit on the sofa, eat chips and watch your favourite movie. Drowning your sorrows in the most unhealthy way possible seems to be your only solution at the moment, but are there better ways of dealing with things? Whether you’re trying to cope after an accident or you’re struggling with your relationship, self care will always be the winning answer. It doesn’t take much time or money to invest in a solid self care routine and this will always cheer you up after a rough day.

Expressing Gratitude

After a terrible day, the last thing you want to do is write down a list of things you’re grateful for. However, this can really ground you and make you assess what’s really important to you. If you’ve been involved in a car accident, you may find looking at the crash report reassuring. Although the details might be difficult to read, it will help you to see the positives out of the situation. It may also help you to gain the closure you need in order to move on and be positive again. Expressing gratitude is so simple, yet so effective so make sure you give it a try for yourself.

Time With Friends

Spending some much needed time with those you love can really impact your mood for the better. They will be able to life you up when you’re at your lowest and they will always see the best in you. There is no better tonic than meeting up with your best friend for a cocktail and a chat!

Time on Your Own

You should never be afraid of spending time on your own, especially when you’re going through a difficult time. There are so many positives to being alone, because you can focus on what you really want to do. Make sure you don’t spiral into overthinking mode as this could become unhealthy in the long run. 

Movement and Eating Well

No matter how old or young you are, eating well will always make you feel better. The first thing you want to do when you’ve had a bad day is reach for a family size chocolate bar and lounge around on the sofa. Although this might seem appealing, it is so important to treat your body well. Moving gently and eating well with benefit your physical and mental health, so give this a go next time you’re feeling low.

With all of these things in mind, you will always be able to pick yourself up after a rough day. There are going to be times when you just want to give up completely and stay in your pyjamas all day. Although this is sometimes a good choice, you don’t want this to become a habit. Opt for healthier ways of treating yourself and you will soon be able to make a quick recovery from your bad day.

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How to Stay Safe While Whitening Your Skin

How to Stay Safe While Whitening Your Skin

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Even if all dark-skinned people are being encouraged to love their natural skin color and be proud of it, some of us still prefer a lighter skin tone, which isn’t a bad thing to desire – after all, to each their own. In Asia, fair skin is widely promoted as a beauty standard, so whitening products are big everywhere and some people even go to extreme lengths and pay hefty amounts of money just to have their skin lightened.

But health concerns have been raised as the skin whitening trend continues. Risks of cancer and other skin conditions are brought to light after some whitening methods are introduced, such as skin bleaching. Doctors also enumerated ingredients that should be avoided in order to stay cancer-free while having your skin whitened.

That said, let’s talk about how to stay safe while whitening your skin.

How Skin Whitening Works

Our skin has special cells called melanocytes, which is responsible for producing pigment, a.k.a melanin. If you have dark skin, it means your melanocytes produce more melanin compared to those of people with fair skin. In skin whitening or bleaching, this function of the melanocytes is blocked, reducing the amount of melanin they normally do, so that you’d have lighter skin in turn.

Safe Ingredients

If you wish to lighten your skin, only stick to products that use vitamin C, vitamin A, or vitamin B3 to reduce melanin production. These vitamins are safe blockers and you can find them in over-the-counter skin whitening toners and other topical products. Herb ingredients such as licorice and emblica, as well as fruit acids such as glycolic acid, are also safe for the skin and health.

Unsafe Ingredients

If you’re not careful when you shop, you may end up purchasing affordable but harmful products that increase your risk of developing cancer and other skin conditions. Every time you look for whitening products, always read their ingredients list, and avoid anything with the following:

  • Hydroquinone

Only 2% or less hydroquinone content is considered safe. Anything above is toxic to the body, so it’s best to stay away from this ingredient.

  • Mercury

Applying anything with mercury on your skin is one of the worst things you can do to your body. It’s a toxic metal that can cause kidney failure and problems to the nervous system.

  • Steroids

Steroids thin your blood vessels and reduce blood flow, making your skin look paler and thus fairer. With prolonged use, complications may occur in blood pressure levels, blood sugar, and even in mental health.

  • BHT or BHA

Butylated Hydroxytoluene andButylated Hydroxyanisole are proven to cause cancer in animals as per tests. If that’s the case, it’s best to steer clear of these ingredients.

  • Dioxane

This is unregulated in most countries because of its toxicity, so stay away from dioxane as well.

  • Fragrances

If you have sensitive skin, fragrances may give you allergic reactions such as irritation, itchiness, or inflammation, so it may be better to avoid them.

DIY Skin Whitening

If you’re super health-conscious but would still love to whiten your skin, you can try a DIY bleach formula. It only consists of pure lemon juice and hydrogen peroxide, but be extra careful when using them, because they may get in your eye and irritate it. If you have dark spots you wish to eliminate, safe home remedies include apple cider vinegar, aloe vera, and green tea extract, so opt for any of those.

Remember that all skin colors are beautiful, so even if you wish to lighten yours, keep in mind that your darker skin still makes you beautiful and it also deserves your love and praise. Treat your skin with care by using only products that are proven safe and effective.

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Getting A More Restful Sleep

Getting A More Restful Sleep

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Sleeping is supposed to be one of the greatest blessings of God. It relaxes our mind and body. It brings back our lost energy and activeness. It helps us to improve our metabolic system and overall body functioning. Yes, it is also necessary for all organs of human beings. In simple words, life without sleeping is like a stomach without food. If one is facing a lack of sleep or any other sleeping problem, then it must be taken very seriously.

Sleeping is of paramount importance for all people living in this world. It is assumed that a minimum eight hours of sleep is highly necessary for keeping your health intact. You will never be able to carry out your day to day work if you are unable to sleep well. All organs require some rest on a daily basis. Needless to mention that natural herbal sleep aids are the best supplement for getting some rest. Yes, you can use these pills which have been produced from the finest quality of natural herbs and they are absolutely free from all kinds of side effects. This is a great way to get to sleep if you are struggling to. However, if there is an underlying problem, do not bury your head in the sand. If you’re experiencing itchy skin, for example, masking the problem with herbal sleeping tablets is not going to help. You need priority STD testing and a trip to your doctor in this case. 

The reason for the natural alternative to sleeping pills is that they do not contain any dangerous chemicals. These supplements would not make you habitual of taking sleeping pills. These pills are made  to provide you enough peace of mind and the urge to go to sleep. It goes without saying that sleeping is very necessary for your health. It has been researched that if a person is not sleeping 8 hours in a day , he or she would never be able to use his mind proactively. Not only this, lack of sleeping ability also affects your sexual desires. They are burnt with every passing day. It is perceived that common issues that arise from insomnia are a stressful mind, lack of fulfillment, obscure dreaming, as well as issues with sex, love, financial and many other social problems. During the course of a problematic situation, most people do not sleep well. They keep thinking things over in their mind, which is why a sleeping aid can be so beneficial. 

It goes without saying that lack of sleep could cause you lack of energy, concentration , alertness of mind, and activeness. It has an impact on so many areas in your life. Therefore, if you do need some sort of sleeping aid, it is critical that you choose something that is natural and that is going to work with your body, instead of causing potential negative side effects.

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The Small Health Problems That You Should Not Ignore

The Small Health Problems That You Should Not Ignore

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Your body is a piece of precision engineering. Everything has evolved to have a purpose, and it is a marvelous feat of nature. But so often things start to go wrong with our bodies and we ignore the first signs of these problems. Sometimes it is because our daily lives somehow seem more important than an ache or pain here or there. You might just think that something is probably actually nothing at all, and do your best to put it to the back of your mind, even if it does keep you awake at night with worry.  But being too busy, too embarrassed, or too dismissive to pay attention to these little signs that our bodies give us could cause us real problems later on down the line. 

Getting problems checked out as early as possible will help to rule out any significant issues. If there is something happening to your body that is symptomatic of a major problem, having a trained professional exam will mean that you can get treated sooner rather than later if it does turn out to be something significant. 

Here are some areas of your health that you should pay attention to. 

Aches and Pains

An ache or pain anywhere on your body could mean so many different things. It might be the result of a bruise or a twist, and it will very likely heal on its own. However, some problems cannot be so easily explained. They could be symptomatic of a long-term problem. Visiting a specialist such as opa ortho will mean that you will be able to get your aches and pains treated. 

Back Problems

The back is an important part of our bodies. With the spine running up the center of the back, important messages from our nerves to our brain get relayed. There are also several large muscles that need taking care of on your back. Problems in some areas of your back may cause you problems walking and they may give you severe headaches. Having muscles massaged by a professional sports therapist or your spine adjusted by a chiropractor will help prevent long-term damage that could cause immense pain and problems with your mobility. 

Dental Concerns

Nobody enjoys going to the dentist. But when you have a mild toothache or a growing sensitivity to sweet or cold foods, then this is a sign that you have a problem with your teeth that needs addressing. If you leave this kind of issue, then you will end up in immense pain. You might get infections and you will almost certainly end up with the kind of tooth decay that will result in you need to get an extraction or a root canal carried out. 

For the sake of a routine check-up, or getting a small filling, you will be putting the health of your teeth and the look of your smile at risk. Making the appointment is easily the lesser of two evils.

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Don’t Be Tempted By Fad Diets: They’re Not Worth It

Don’t Be Tempted By Fad Diets: They’re Not Worth It

With the new year now in full swing, many of you will have embarked on a new diet in an attempt to change your figure, lose weight, and get healthy. 

But while dramatically changing your eating patterns might seem like a good idea right now, you could come to regret it in the future, especially if you’re on the wrong program. 

Traditional diets where you restrict what you eat to lose weight have a problem: they’re unsustainable. The vast majority of people cannot willingly restrict calories or whole food groups for long periods of time. Eventually, their biology wins, and they give up, often winding up binging on all the foods they’re not supposed to have. 

Fad diets are also potentially dangerous for another reason: they don’t provide all the nutrients you need. If you miss out on all carbs, for instance, you’re forgoing essential food groups like fruits, beans, and grains. Eventually, you end up feeling depleted and wishing that you were back on “normal food.”

As the following infographic shows, however, you don’t have to go down the route of fad diets to lose weight and get healthy. All you need is to change your lifestyle and get started with a proven plan. 

While the benefits of many fad diets remain dubious, some work for most people most of the time. The most famous is, of course, the Mediterranean diet, but there are others, including the DASH diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension). If you’re interested in this subject, read on to find out more. 


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Courses in Ayurveda: The Benefits

Courses in Ayurveda: The Benefits

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Courses in Ayurveda are made differently. Whatever course you choose depends on what you are looking for. Ayurvedic knowledge is vast and can cover many different aspects of our lives. However, when most people look for education in the principles and practices, they are likely looking at ways to improve the health of themselves and others around them.

It is possible to bring Ayurveda into your life without going on Ayurveda courses through diets and reading books. But while this may improve your understanding of what Ayurvedic medicine is, it will not teach you how to be an Ayurvedic practitioner. This is why training courses are so important if you want to truly understand and practice this traditional form of medicine. The benefits that come from discovering this knowledge can be life changing. It can bring about a clarity that covers all aspects of your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being. This isn’t just during certain times of your life; it’s a way of being that seeks to help solidify this balance in your life throughout all times of the day, throughout the seasons, and throughout the years. Not only do Ayurvedic courses cover the different herbs to be used, as well as offering optimal diets to be followed in order to promote good health, but these therapies can also offer benefits to those with chronic conditions. Meditation and yoga are also terrific Ayurvedic remedies that are used to bring about health benefits to millions of people every day.

What Conditions Can It Help?

Diploma in Ayurvedic medicine is what a lot of people seek when dealing with medical conditions that are having a detrimental effect on their quality of life. Advanced courses in Ayurveda have had a positive effect on sufferers of cancer and other conditions. You can read what is cancer for more information before exploring Ayurveda. But what conditions can benefit from an Ayurvedic approach to treatment?

Ayurveda stems from creating a balance in a person’s life. This is achieved through a combination of a balanced diet, schedule, and good sleep patterns. When there are issues, this is seen to be as a result of some sort of imbalance. Ayurvedic medicine and practices allow practitioners to identify, with the help of the patient, where the problem lies. Efforts are then made to correct this imbalance in order to restore clarity and equilibrium. Whilst Ayurvedic medicine and practices have been employed in India for thousands of years, Ayurveda has been enjoying a resurgence worldwide and is just as popular as it has ever been.

A 2015 report found that Ayurvedic medical and herbal treatment could improve and help to treat a number of hormonal, digestive, autoimmune and inflammatory conditions. These include the likes of dementia, Alzheimer’s, cancer, depression, Parkinson’s, asthma, premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and many other conditions. Improvements have also been seen in sufferers of IBS, acne and chronic fatigue syndrome when advanced herbal medicine and practices are combined with other Vedic practices such as meditation. For those who are curious about understanding Ayurvedic medicine, an Ayurveda diploma course offers a detailed introduction to this field.

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