Say Goodbye to Joint Pain: The Power of Ayurvedic Pain Oil

Say Goodbye to Joint Pain: The Power of Ayurvedic Pain Oil

Ayurvedic Pain Oil and Pain Management

 Pain can be described as any physical or mental suffering or discomfort caused by illness or injury. However mild the pain could be anywhere in the body, it makes a person experience discomfort and it affects his or her day to day activities.

 Pain relief and pain management continues to be challenge despite vast advances in medical technologies. Today, more than ever, people across various age groups are looking for ways to minimize pain, manage pain or even get rid of pain instantly.

 Here’s where Ayurveda can play a significant role. Ayurvedic pain management has given a ray of hope to millions of patients across the world. Ayurveda with its rich history gets deep into the concept of pain and provides new direction for effective pain management. According to the cause, nature and duration of the pain, Ayurveda offers a wide range of Panchakarma therapies to manage and heal pain.

 According to the ancient texts, Ayurveda regards Vata as the main Dosha that causes and spreads pain in the human body. The pain one may experience in a particular part of the body is attributed to a particular fraction of Vayu. Likewise, one should also understand that generalized pain is linked to Vyana Vayu. The pain related to headache is linked to Prana Vayu and Vyana Vayu. The pain related to abdomen is linked to Saman and Apana Vayu. The pain relatd to the chest is linked to Vyana and Prana Vayu.

 What makes Ayurveda different from allopathic pain management solutions is, Ayurveda believes in effective and non-addictive methods. This is why, in Ayurvedic treatments of pain, herbal remedies, diet changes, regular exercise, de-stressing, detoxification, digestion improvement, and conformity to daily routine are prescribed and patients are advised to follow this stringent regimen.

 What causes arthritis pain and other body pain?

 The main cause as identified in Ayurveda is a person’s lifestyle, dietary habits, stress levels, polluted environment, sedentary life, irregular eating habits etc. All these affect an individual’s immunity drastically and gradually cause all sorts of pain, including arthritis related pain, and other chronic pain.

 

 

 

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