Ayurveda – Science of Life
Ayurveda is a holistic system of healing that originated in India thousands of years ago.
Ayurveda is a system that helps maintain person’s health by using the inherent principles of nature to bring the individual backs into equilibrium with their true self.
Ayurveda recognizes that each person is unique and offers an individual approach to health.
According to definition ayurveda perceives health as not only absence of disease. Health is considered in four dimensions: Mind, Body, Senses and the Soul.
Nowadays, this wisdom becomes more and more popular because of its simplicity and effectiveness.
Why is your unique health?
Each person has a unique constitution and any deviating from their proper balance may lead to diseases.
There is no one effective remedy for all.
Early signs of imbalance we can perceive from our body or mind help us to notice that we are out of balance.
In this case we should make some corrections in our diet, daily habits or take some ayurvedic treatments or herbs to avoid more serious diseases in the future.
See yourself from an ayurvedic perspective
Ayurveda presents the concept of five elements, which discribes the entire physical world – including mankind.
Comprehension the nature of the five elements is the key to understand Ayurveda and man connection with nature. These concept shouldn’t be taken literally, but rather as energy patters taken into account distinctive features.
Five elements: space, air, fire, water and earth.
Think about of characteristics of each of these elements.
Principle of Ayurveda
These five elements are combined in various proportions to create the so-called doshas i.e. the biological energies which define psychophysical constitution.
There are three basic types of constitution – vata, pitta, kapha.
combination of space and air
combination of fire and water
combination of water and earth
This is one of the most important Ayurveda concept.
All aspects such as: diet, diagnostics, prevention, treatment or physical activity referring to doshas respectively.
An imbalance in doshas can lead to many disorders and diseases.
Maintenance of health
Ayurveda focuses on a specific diet, daily routine, seasonal routine, exercises and relaxation techniques. Following recommendations enables a healthy person to stay healthy and live longer.
Treatment of diseases
Ayurveda describes various diseases, their causes, diagnosis, remedies and therapies aimed at healing and preventing recurrence of the disease.