The health of the urinary system from Ayurveda's point of view
The urinary system - consists of the kidneys, the urethra (the tubes that connect the kidneys and the bladder), the bladder, and the urethra (the tube that connects the bladder to the outside of the body). ).
Urinary organs work to remove waste from the body, regulate blood volume and blood pressure, control electrolyte and metabolite levels, and regulate blood pH.
Urine contains by-products of the body's metabolism - salts, toxins, and water.
Problems in the urinary system can be caused by aging, illness, congenital disorders, or injury.
What will you get during an Ayurvedic session with our doctor?
In Ayurveda, urine is an indicator of what is going on in the body.
According to Ayurveda, an imbalance of 3 Dosha the state of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha dosha, are responsible for health, and the normal functioning of the urinary tract. Ayurvedic treatments for urinary tract diseases use methods such as rinsing the infection, detoxification, clearing the urinary tract obstruction, and administering drugs that tone the kidneys and normalize the function of the Apana Vayu (vata).
Panchakarma is one of the holistic methods for removing and purifying the root causes of toxins and diseases. An experienced Ayurvedic doctor will develop a program tailored to your needs.
Ayurvedic recommendations for health of the urinary system:
Hot spices are strictly avoided,
Drink water as much as possible
Fresh lemon juice, fresh coconut water – very advisable,
Use cinnamon and Cardamom as a healing spice,
Never hold back the urge to urinate - this holds up the toxins in the body
wear cotton underwear and clothing that is not too tight,
Do exercises to strengthen the pelvic muscles
The urinary tract and their excretory organs symbolize the ability to get rid of what can "poison" our lives. Fear of the future, fear of one's material condition. One must stop feeling like a victim and follow the purity of one's thoughts and intentions.
Which parts of the body are affected by urinary system disorders:
Pelvis, legs, abdomen, prostate, genitals, urinary tract, kidney, bladder