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Ayurveda has been around for 5000 years as the indigenous science of medicine and treatment in the Indian subcontinent. Over millennia, ayurveda has treated hundreds and thousands of patients for joint disorders, notably arthritis gout and rheumatism (also described as Amavata in ayurveda). Rheumatoid arthritis treatment ayurveda is quite effective, particularly under treatment is begun at an early stage instead of waiting for the disease to deteriorate to the advanced stage. The treatment provided in ayurveda is effective because it acts on the doctrine of basic and fundamental physiological functions and energies which has a far-reaching and holistic outcome instead of symptomatic chemical-based treatments.
The herbs and minerals used in remedies and medicines prescribed in ayurveda have been around for centuries, gradually fine tuned and improve with observations, perspectives and new experimentations that have enhanced the efficacy of the treatment provided by ayurveda. Another important factor that makes Ayurvedic treatment for rheumatoid arthritis is the fact that every patient is considered to be an individual, and therefore the treatment is completely personalised, instead of being a single pack based remedy that is applicable for all. Ayurveda therapies have percolated down centuries from one doctor to the next, with a few classical treaties serving as the base of reference. In the last few decades, with a resurgence of the need for natural and herbal solutions for health problems, Ayurvedic principles have been subjected to experimental validation, especially in the West and equally in India, which has proven the safety as well as efficacy of Ayurvedic treatments.
Rheumatoid Arthritis- Understanding the modern medicine perspective
Rheumatoid arthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition of the joint that may lead to immobility because of extreme inflammation of the joints. This joint disorder is commonly observed in the middle and low income group, particularly residing in the developed parts of the world, and more among women than in men. And approximately 35 to 40% of the affected population, rheumatoid arthritis has also been connected with anaemia, kidney disorders, inflammation of the lungs, cardiovascular complications and eye problems. People with rheumatoid arthritis have an elevated risk of cardiovascular problems.
Amavata - Taking a closer look at the Ayurvedic perspective
There are two distinct explanations, as well as diagnostic guidelines described in two very important Ayurvedic classics-Madhav Nighanta & Ashtanga Hridaya. However, both of these draw from the larger compendium known as Charak Samhita. What ayurveda describes as a root cause of this problem is a disturbance in the equilibrium of the fundamental energy because of weak and the Egyptian, and thereby formation of toxins, which accumulate in the crevices of the joints. Ayurveda describes the reason behind this health problems as faulty diet and lifestyle systems which results in weakening of the session, as well as complications caused by the presence of toxins which are formed as a result of the body's inability to eliminate said toxins.
The diagnosis of this disorder depends on the Ayurvedic doctors consultation with the patient during which several parameters are assessed with the help of touch, observations and questions that are meant to evaluate the physical condition of the patient, thereby arrive at the root cause of the problem. Based on this consultation, the Ayurvedic physician will design a personalised route of treatment that will include herbal medicines, as well as diet and lifestyle regimen which complements overall action of the herbal mineral medicines prescribed.
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