Tridosha santulan And Wellness

Wellness in Ayurveda

Our body comprises three doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha), seven dhatus (Ras, Rakta, Mansa, Meda, Asthi, Majja, Shukra), three malas (Purish, Swed, Mutra), and Agni (digestive power and metabolism). Doshas govern physiological functions, affecting surrounding dhatus, which are anatomical structures supporting the body. Malas are waste products that need elimination, and Agni is crucial for energy and dosha, dhatu, and mala production.

The body’s unique Prakruti, with predominant doshas, makes it susceptible to specific diseases. For instance, Vata Prakruti tends to cause joint pains, while Pitta Prakruti leans towards acidity, impacting the mind as well. Maintaining a balance in doshas is crucial both qualitatively and quantitatively.

Each dosha has distinct properties – Vaat (dry, cold), Pitta (wet, hot), Kapha (wet, cold). Imbalances are caused by dietary choices, but the body naturally maintains equilibrium, preventing diseases. Dosha dominance varies with seasons – Vaat in the rainy season, Pitta in summer, and Kapha in winter. Adapting the diet accordingly helps maintain balance.

To lead a longer and healthier life, certain unifying principles are essential. Incorporating Ayurvedic practices into daily life, such as early wake-up, self-massage, exercise, and seasonal adjustments to the diet, can be achieved without disrupting routine schedules. Panchakarma therapies, fasting, Rasayan Kalpas, and mental health practices like Asanas, Pranayama, and Meditation contribute to overall well-being.

In Arogya Mandir – Shri Siddhanath Ayurvedic Hospital, Miraj, patients are thoroughly examined through non-invasive Ayurvedic diagnostic tools, enabling precise identification of the disease’s pathogenesis. The therapies offered are characterized by silent, clean therapy rooms, trained therapists, a positive environment, appropriate selection of massage oils, free Prakruti and Dhatu Sarata examinations, authentic procedures, and the use of herbal medicines. Special rooms with facilities are available for indoor patients.

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    • Ayurveda can be adapted to suit individuals of various constitutions, but it’s advisable to consult with a qualified practitioner for personalized recommendations.
    • The timeline for experiencing the benefits of Ayurvedic practices varies from person to person. Consistency in following recommendations is key.
    • Ayurveda can complement conventional medicine, but it’s essential to inform healthcare providers about any Ayurvedic treatments being pursued.
    • Pregnant individuals should consult with an Ayurvedic practitioner who specializes in prenatal care to ensure the safety and appropriateness of any therapies.
    • No, Tridosha Santulan emphasizes personalized wellness plans tailored to an individual’s unique doshic constitution.