Understanding Inflammation: Your Guide to Ayurvedic Healing

Welcome to Vibrant Ayurveda’s guide on inflammation, a common condition that disrupts your body’s balance. It’s viewed as a vital force imbalance in Ayurveda and addressing it is crucial for overall well-being.

Explore our in-depth resources to gain a deeper understanding of inflammation and its impact on your body:

Inflammation Demystified

Acne or breakouts, including pimples, can be very frustrating especially if it is reoccurring and if it gets infected. Although this is more common in early adolescence and adulthood, for some people it can continue until late adulthood. General medical management and over-the-counter remedies include medication and topical treatments. However, oral medications and chemical treatments may not resolve the issue long term and some have risks and side effects. At our Ayurveda Wellness centres we see many frustrated patients with serious long term acne, seeking natural healing treatments. Our experienced team of Ayurvedic doctors and Ayurvedic practitioners can help find the cause of acne and identify how it can be managed and skin health restored by allowing the body to balance using natural healing processes.

Delve into the science behind inflammation. Understand the causes, symptoms, and the ways it affects various systems within your body. Our expert insights shed light on the underlying factors that contribute to chronic inflammation.

Ayurvedic Perspective

Fibromyalgia commonly presents as muscle pain, stiffness and tenderness throughout the body. The patient usually does not know the cause of the pain and has often tried many things to alleviate their symptoms. The ayurvedic approach to fibromyalgia is very specific and scientific. First, Ayurveda counts fibromyalgia as an imbalance not a disease. Imbalance means a disorder of energy within the body and mind. Ayurveda give hope to sufferers of fibromyalgia as it shows that the condition is treatable and manageable with ayurvedic treatment, diet and lifestyle.

Discover how Ayurveda views inflammation as a manifestation of imbalances in the doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha). Learn about personalised Ayurvedic approaches to pacify inflammation and restore harmony to your body, mind, and spirit.

Anti-Inflammatory Diet

One of the common causes of lower back pain in modern days is Sciatica. The sciatic nerve is the longest and largest spinal nerve in the human body, travelling from the buttocks into the legs. Sciatica is caused due to irritation to the sciatic nerve. It is a neuropathic pain, and can occur due to injury, compression or dysfunction of this nerve. Sciatica is characterized by a pain running from the lumbar (lower back) region to the back of the legs. Sciatica pains – felt in either one or both of the legs – are usually experienced after the age of thirty and can go on aggravating as the person ages. This pain is a chronic pain and is difficult to cure with conventional medicines. While the pain can subside when painkillers are taken, Ayurveda offers the holistic management of chronic diseases by treating the underlying cause of the disease.

Explore Ayurvedic dietary principles aimed at reducing inflammation. Learn about specific foods, herbs, and spices that possess potent anti-inflammatory properties, and how incorporating them into your diet can promote healing and balance.

Herbal Remedies

The urinary system, also known as the renal system or urinary tract, consists of the kidneys, ureters (the tubes that connect the kidneys and bladder), the bladder, and the urethra (the tube that connect the bladder to the outside of the body). The organs in the urinary system work together to eliminate waste from the body, regulate blood volume and blood pressure, control levels of electrolytes and metabolites, and regulate blood pH. Normally, urine contains the by-products of our body’s metabolism — salts, toxins and water. Urine is also an excellent indicator of things going on in the body, for example when there is an injury, infection or inflammation, the urine can contain blood, protein or white blood cells. Glucose in the urine may be an indication of diabetes. A functioning urinary tract is vital for our health and well-being. But when the urinary tract is not functioning well, we can suffer unpleasant symptoms.

Uncover the power of Ayurvedic herbs in combating inflammation naturally. We provide insights into time-tested herbal remedies that have been used for centuries to soothe inflammation and promote overall wellness.

Lifestyle Practices

Sinusitis is the condition of inflamed or swollen tissues lining the sinuses. Normally, sinuses are filled with air, but when sinuses become blocked and filled with fluid, germs (bacteria, viruses, and fungi) can grow and cause inflammation. When you have a congested nose or coloured discharge with headache, facial pain and/or swelling around the sinuses, you may have sinusitis. Sinusitis is known as pinas in Ayurveda. It can affect people of any age and sex. The common conditions that cause sinus blockage include the common cold, allergic rhinitis (swelling of the lining of the nose), nasal polyps (small growths in the lining of the nose), or a deviated septum (a shift in the nasal cavity).

Explore Ayurvedic lifestyle practices, including yoga, meditation, and stress management techniques, which can play a pivotal role in reducing inflammation. These practices not only address the physical symptoms but also nurture mental and emotional well-being.

Acne

Acne or breakouts, including pimples, can be very frustrating especially if it is reoccurring and if it gets infected. Although this is more common in early adolescence and adulthood, for some people it can continue until late adulthood. General medical management and over-the-counter remedies include medication and topical treatments. However, oral medications and chemical treatments may not resolve the issue long term and some have risks and side effects. At our Ayurveda Wellness centres we see many frustrated patients with serious long term acne, seeking natural healing treatments. Our experienced team of Ayurvedic doctors and Ayurvedic practitioners can help find the cause of acne and identify how it can be managed and skin health restored by allowing the body to balance using natural healing processes.

Prevention and Long-Term Wellness

Learn how Ayurveda emphasises prevention as a key aspect of maintaining optimal health. Discover holistic strategies and daily routines that can help prevent inflammation and support long-term well-being.

Sciatica

One of the common causes of lower back pain in modern days is Sciatica. The sciatic nerve is the longest and largest spinal nerve in the human body, travelling from the buttocks into the legs. Sciatica is caused due to irritation to the sciatic nerve. It is a neuropathic pain, and can occur due to injury, compression or dysfunction of this nerve. Sciatica is characterized by a pain running from the lumbar (lower back) region to the back of the legs. Sciatica pains – felt in either one or both of the legs – are usually experienced after the age of thirty and can go on aggravating as the person ages. This pain is a chronic pain and is difficult to cure with conventional medicines. While the pain can subside when painkillers are taken, Ayurveda offers the holistic management of chronic diseases by treating the underlying cause of the disease.

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia commonly presents as muscle pain, stiffness and tenderness throughout the body. The patient usually does not know the cause of the pain and has often tried many things to alleviate their symptoms. The ayurvedic approach to fibromyalgia is very specific and scientific. First, Ayurveda counts fibromyalgia as an imbalance not a disease. Imbalance means a disorder of energy within the body and mind. Ayurveda give hope to sufferers of fibromyalgia as it shows that the condition is treatable and manageable with ayurvedic treatment, diet and lifestyle.

Urinary Disorder

The urinary system, also known as the renal system or urinary tract, consists of the kidneys, ureters (the tubes that connect the kidneys and bladder), the bladder, and the urethra (the tube that connect the bladder to the outside of the body). The organs in the urinary system work together to eliminate waste from the body, regulate blood volume and blood pressure, control levels of electrolytes and metabolites, and regulate blood pH. Normally, urine contains the by-products of our body’s metabolism — salts, toxins and water. Urine is also an excellent indicator of things going on in the body, for example when there is an injury, infection or inflammation, the urine can contain blood, protein or white blood cells. Glucose in the urine may be an indication of diabetes. A functioning urinary tract is vital for our health and well-being. But when the urinary tract is not functioning well, we can suffer unpleasant symptoms.

Sinusitis

Sinusitis is the condition of inflamed or swollen tissues lining the sinuses. Normally, sinuses are filled with air, but when sinuses become blocked and filled with fluid, germs (bacteria, viruses, and fungi) can grow and cause inflammation. When you have a congested nose or coloured discharge with headache, facial pain and/or swelling around the sinuses, you may have sinusitis. Sinusitis is known as pinas in Ayurveda. It can affect people of any age and sex. The common conditions that cause sinus blockage include the common cold, allergic rhinitis (swelling of the lining of the nose), nasal polyps (small growths in the lining of the nose), or a deviated septum (a shift in the nasal cavity).

At Vibrant Ayurveda, we empower you to combat inflammation naturally. Our resources guide you towards a balanced, inflammation-free life, inspired by Ayurvedic wisdom.

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