A Healthcare Perspective - Ayurveda And Modern Medicine

17th February 2020 // By Dhyan Praveshika Team // HomeArticles

A goal of humanity is to conquer illness and disease, a defect that ails us from being our very best in our day to day activities. With a variety of illnesses and diseases from viral infections to genetic or hereditary diseases as well as psychological diseases, our physical and mental capabilities to perform at our very best is contested, while some prove to be harmless and pass by naturally over time, others can be fatal.

With each day, our bodies grow older and slowly start to age, while the symptoms of ageing is a natural order of nature, it's something we try to delay as we all like to feel strong and youthful. To remedy such problems, we keep to a strict and healthy lifestyle such as a natural and organic diet, regular exercise, yoga, and more, we may even cut down on unhealthy habits such as the drinking of alcoholic beverages or smoking of tobacco.

It is a long philosophical belief that as humans, we lived a much healthier lifestyle centuries ago, as we kept to physically engaging activities and only ate naturally grown and organic substances such as fruits and vegetables, a simple plant-based diet. Other such beneficial healthcare elements such as the study and use of natural medicine, made from different plants kept a healthy balance and immunity.

Practitioners of the ayurvedic lifestyle believe that ayurvedic medicine is naturally the most efficient way to counter medical issues such as illnesses or diseases, as the properties of each ingredient are beneficial to our bodies chemistry, and physicality. Ayurvedic ingredients are known to prevent medical problems such as Arthritis, heart problems, blood pressure, cancerous growth and more while simultaneously keeping our skin and hair healthy and youthful.

Nowadays, doctors and scientists strive to achieve breakthroughs in medicine by continuously trying to come up with cures for new bacterial or viral illnesses. The developments of modern medicine, while being incredibly beneficial, is believed to also have certain side effects, while not serious, it can still prove to be problematic.

With a collaboration between ancient medicine and modern science, new drugs are created using natural and healthy ingredients such as Turmeric, Neem, Ginger, Cumin, Ashwagandha, Boswellia, Triphala and many other natural or chemical ingredients, thus bridging the gap between ancient and modern medicine.

By this collaboration in medical science, illnesses such as stomach infections, colds, coughs, and fevers can be treated quickly and boosting immunity while keeping healthy against such problems in the future.

Dhyan Praveshika Team