Which procedure of examination is followed when you visit to an Ayurvedic Doctor or Practitioner?
Visiting an Ayurveda Doctor in Ludhiana can really help your mind and body to heal because Ayurveda aims to maintain an ideal balance in all spheres of your life.
There is a way of treating a patient in Ayurveda.
Initially, the practitioner observes general physical health by taking a glance at the patient and observing
- Body movements
- Body contour
- Color of the skin
- Personal Hygiene
Communication with the patient gives the practitioner an ideal view of
- Whether the daily schedule maintained by the patient is healthy or is needy of a change
- What diet is the patient taking?
- Is nutritional intake appropriate?
- Reaching to Mental State of the patient
By asking all the possible questions, the practitioner has now entered the mental zone of the patient. Now the practitioner is halfway through. At this point, the practitioner decides whether he wants to physically examine the patient or the patient is mentally unwell.
- Bodily Examination
The patient is physically examined at this stage. For instance: some patients might have trouble in their knees, eyes, ears, or skin, etc. To examine that, a practitioner does a physical inspection.
A practitioner’s method of treatment varies depending upon which kind of imbalance is devastating the patient’s health.
- Mental Imbalance
When you are focusing on yoga postures, you focus on the practice. When your concentration is properly on Yog (Meditation), and your mind gradually wipes out the stress and troubles.
(ii) Sound Therapy
Mantras are very compliant to the patients of all medical conditions and issues.
(iii) Dietary Changes
Ayurveda suggests the intake of Simple but healthy food. A food that has sweet, sour, salty, Pungent, Bitter, and astringent in correct proportions is generally suitable for people suffering from mental imbalance.
- Physical Imbalance
(i) Herbal Medicines
This ancient practice is the treasure of Ayurvedic medicine, which considers every aspect of herbs essential as their taste, active potency, and post-digestive effect. Ayurvedic herbs should only be intaken when prescribed by qualified practitioners.
(ii) Balancing Diet and Nutrition Intake
Trained Ayurvedic Practitioners suggest the appropriate nutrition intake which includes carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, sodium, and phosphorus.
Following methods are beneficial anyway
- Ayurvedic Massage
An Ayurvedic massage is carried out with chosen warm essential oils following the instructions of Ayurveda. Massaging heals the internal and external body.
Panchkarma is basically a rejuvenating and decontaminating process for the body. It focuses on the cleansing of Vatta, Pitta, and Kapha which are the possible combinations of Ether, air, fire, Water, and Earth, the five elements of cosmic consciousness manifested in the human body.