AYURVEDA FOR WOMEN’S BETTER HEALTHY LIFE

International woman’s day is observed on March 8th and the theme for this year is ‘balance for better’. Women and men share many similar health issues, but women have their own unique health problems, which deserve special consideration.

Ayurveda offers many treatments and solutions for all kind of problems that are unique to women like menopause, PMS, painful periods, excessive bleeding, problems related to breast feeding and other special health needs. Ayurveda has been giving attention to the problems that affect women in every stage of their lives.

 

In Ayurveda Woman’s life cycle is classified into four.

  • Kanya: upto 12 years
  • Bala : 12-16 years
  • Rajaswala: 16-50 years
  • Vridha : above 50 years

Balance for better healthy life-  Ayurvedic health care for various women’s problems

  • Menstrual problems: The herbal treatments for menstrual disorders is specially designed to alleviate problems like missed periods, Excessive bleeding, foul menstrual discharge, painful menstruation, leucorrhoea, PMS etc. Ayurveda medicines are effective in balancing hormones, balance the doshas, rejuvenating and strengthening the reproductive system.
  • Pregnancy care: pregnancy care prescribes diet, lifestyle and medicines to be followed during pregnancy and lactation after child birth as these have a direct effect on mother and child.  Ayurveda has formulated rasayanas, tonics, healthcare supplements for prenatal, post natal and neonatal care and to ensure reproductive health.
  • Beauty care: Women are most concerned about the physical beauty as part of the wellness life style. But beauty therapy does not mean the techniques to make anybody physically perfect. It is the curing, rejuvenating therapy helps for complete transformation of body and mind to the most auspicious level. Ayurveda is a complete solution for all kind of problems related to your skin, hair etc.
  • General care:
    • Get up at the same time every day, preferable before 6 am.
    • Consume more fresh vegetables and fruits. Include sufficient ghee or oil in diet.
    • Drink 2-3 liter of water per day.
    • Eat light and nutritious breakfast and dinner.
    • Avoid prolonged standing and excessive physical activities.
    • Avoid sleeping during day time and have enough sleep during night (7-8 hours).
    • Reduce packed foods, spicy excessive sour, salty and refrigerated food items.
    • Practice a few minutes of energizing yoga or pranayama and mild exercises daily.
    • Favor activities like walking, jogging, aerobic exercises, swimming etc.

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