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Category Archives: Dementia

Alchemy of the 5 elements in you

Balance of the 5 elements is a concept that is central to most ancient forms of medicine and meditation. All functions of the body are governed by these 5 elements and Ayurvedic and Chinese Doctors have advanced ways of reading your pulse so that they can figure out the distribution of energy amongst these 5 […]

Today’s Heros are

Now that interest in natures medicines is growing again we are seeing how single herbs and their derivatives are now heros that everyone speaks about. As an ayurvedic Doctor,  who has devoted his entire life to natures medicines,  this is news I ought to welcome. I truly do, but I also find certain aspects of […]

Anti-Aging Diet

What is Anti-aging? Contrary to the famous line, Beauty is not skin deep. Experts have long said that it is time to forget expensive creams & procedures. Eating healthy is the key to younger beautiful looking skin.We provide you foods to include & avoid in your diet that can serve as a perfect antidote for […]

The Foods that Cheer You Up!

Natural anti-depressants: the food that cheers you up! Depression can completely destroy your well-being. In my estimation, it can bring about significant negative outcomes than all the improper food that you are exposed to. Doctors normally prescribe antidepressants as the conventional mode of treatment. However, it’s imperative to comprehend that these therapies do nothing to […]

Muscle-Cramps

Many a times we wake up from sleep due to severe pain in the legs. This is due to a muscle cramp. We do not realize the cause and go back to sleep once the pain subsides. But, the soreness stays for the next few days. What is a muscle cramp? What causes the muscle […]

Dementia

Dementia or loss of memory is something we all dread and hope that it never happens to us. But then that is something we don’t have much control over. It can strike any one of us as we age. It usually starts with difficulty in concentrating and clouding of thoughts. There are gaps in memory […]