How the Ayurveda can help with Joint Pain
Joint pain is a very common problem with many possible causes, which could be a result of injury arthritis, or consequences of an unhealthy lifestyle. Bone problems are not limited to the elderly, today also young people and adolescents suffer from pain in the bones and joints
In Ayurveda, Vata dosha is responsible for bones and joints. Fact that bone joints consist of a lot of empty space - which is Vata by definition. The joints are deeply affected by the quality of the bone tissue, while in Ayurveda, the joints also have an important connection with the nerve tissue and the nervous system as a whole.
How the Ayurvedic session with our doctor can help you prevent joint and bone pain?
Ayurveda treatment and Ayurvedic doctor consultation regarding joint pain will be your full body checkup, first of all, Agni and ama operation - strong Agni, proper digestion and toxin excretion are essential for our overall health.
Therapy & treatment with Ayurveda is a step towards a long-term result - a healthy body and the joy of living using various Ayurvedic methods, herbal medication, Ayurvedic massage therapy, yoga - depends on each individual's disease problem and the recommendations of the Ayurvedic doctor.
Ayurvedic advice for joint & bone health:
- Physical activity every day - yoga, walks that help blood circulation and faster removal of toxins from the body, also practicing a series of gentle joint rotations daily helps to lubricate and protect the joints.
- Pranayama (yogic breathing exercises)—either indoors or out of doors.
- Balanced diet is extremely important for tissue and joint health
- Exposing your skin to sunlight for just 15 minutes a day can help maintain the strength of the bones by maintaining the levels of Vitamin D in your body.
Joint diseases indicate an individual's resilience - to accept change, to move to a different stage. Criticism of the government, criticism of life, criticism of other people, condemnation is hidden violence that in the physical body manifests itself as pain in the joints because a person is not flexible - is a state of "stagnation".
Which parts of the body are affected:
Knees, ankles, shoulders, hip joints, finger bones, whole human skeletal system
Joint Pain, Ankylosing spondylitis, Cervical Spondylosis, Osteoarthritis, Gout, Arthritis, Bursitis, Knee pain, Tendonitis, Plantar Fasciitis, Tennis elbow, Sprain and Strain, Spinal Disk Diseases, Stress fractures, Psoriatic Arthritis , Cervicals Spondilosis.