Āyurvēda is a clinically time-tested and comprehensive system of healthcare. It is a 5,000-year old system of Natural Healthcare that has its origins in the Vedic culture of India. More than a mere system of treating illness, Ayurveda is a science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge). This timeless practical knowledge promotes the preservation of wellness, prevention of ailments and management of disorders in a natural way to maintain or re-establish dynamic integration between our body, mind, intellect, consciousness and the environment.


"It is a science which defines an ethical way of life. It differentiates the good from the bad and espouses well-being."
- Charak, Father of Ayurvedic Medicine.

 

The two principle objectives of Ayurveda are:

'Swasthasya swasthya rakshanam (स्वस्थस्य स्वास्थ्यरक्षणं)’ – To prolong life and promote perfect health (add years to life and life to years ).

‘Aturasya vikar prashamanamcha (अतुरस्य विकार प्रशमनाम्चा)’ – To completely eradicate the disease and dysfunction of the body.

 

How does science of Ayurveda work?

The integrity of Ayurveda is that it personalizes the healing process. It perceives each and every person as a unique individual, with a unique body-mind constitution (genetic composition) and a Unique set of life circumstances, all of which must be considered in determining either natural healing approaches or recommendations for daily living. The principle of Ayurvedic science is predominantly based on the 'Tridosha theory' and the 'Pancha Mahabhuta Theory'. These theories explain that the body is primarily composed of the five elements of the universe and all diseases occur due to the imbalance of the three vital forces (Doshas) of the body that are responsible for maintaining the equilibrium of health.
Ayurveda works upon mitigating this imbalance by channelizing nature's energy and resource after analyzing the body constitution and advises the apt line of treatment. 

 

Committed to optimum individualized care, Dr. Manika’s Ayurvedic Wellness Assessment parameters address wellness concerns from a physical, emotional, and spiritual perspective, and comprise of:

 

  1. Genetic Constitution assessment (Prakruti)
  2. Vitiations assessment (Dosha)
  3. Digestion & metabolism assessment (Agni)
  4. Strength & immunity assessment (Bala)
  5. Psychological assessment (Mann)
  6. Nutrition assessment (Ahaar)
  7. Lifestyle assessment (Vihaar)

 

On the basis of Ayurvedic Wellness Assessment, an integrative personalized recommendation will be given which includes Vitalizing Herbs, Ayurvedic Functional Foods, and Lifestyle Modification, aiming towards Preservation of wellness, Prevention of Ailments, Managing disorders and restoring harmony between 8 Dimensions of Wellness efficiently.

 

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