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In Ayurveda, anxiety is referred to as “Chittodvega” or “Chittavikara.” While specific shlokas (verses) mentioning anxiety may not be available in classical Ayurvedic texts, Ayurveda provides a comprehensive understanding of its causes, types, symptoms, and treatment approaches. Let’s explore these aspects based on Ayurvedic principles: 1. Nidana (Causes) of Chittodvega: Ayurveda identifies various factors that …

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Aruchi, in Ayurveda, refers to the condition of loss of appetite or tastelessness. Definition of Aruchi from Ayurvedic Classical Texts: The Charaka Samhita describes Aruchi as follows: अरुचौ सुखदुःखेषु क्षुत्तृष्णे व्याधिषु स्थिते। वैषम्यं कलुषं चैव तत्र स्थानं प्रचक्षते॥ (चरक संहिता, सूत्रस्थान १५.३१) This verse explains that Aruchi is a condition where there is a lack …

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Thyroid Disorders

Effective Thyroid Treatment: A Comprehensive Guide to Restoring Hormonal Balance Introduction: When it comes to thyroid health, finding the right treatment is crucial for restoring hormonal balance and overall well-being. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore various thyroid treatment options, including both conventional medicine and alternative approaches. Whether you are dealing with hypothyroidism or …

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World Thyroid Day

About World Thyroid Day and why we celebrate it? World Thyroid Day is observed annually on May 25th to raise awareness about thyroid-related conditions and promote understanding of the importance of thyroid health. It aims to educate the public and healthcare professionals about thyroid disorders, their impact on individuals, and the available treatments. This day …

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Angina Pectoris

हृदयशूल (Hridaya Shoola) is the Ayurvedic term for “angina pectoris” or chest pain. In Ayurveda, Hridaya refers to the heart, and Shoola means pain or colic. Hridaya Shoola specifically refers to the pain or discomfort experienced in the region of the heart. 1. Nidana (causes) of Hridaya Shoola: The causes of Hridaya Shoola are described …

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