Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Ayurvedic treatment: New ray of hope for paralysis patients

Ayurvedic treatments for paralysis are even cited on the early Indian scriptures. There are numerous ashrams along with treatment centres that offer these treatments to the paralytic patients. Ayurvedic treatments involve loads of patience and commitment to it. The ayurvedic treatment is time consuming but is acknowledged to cure the paralysis lastingly.
Combined with the Ayurvedic treatments for paralysis in Delhi, patients need to lead a disciplined lifestyle together with regular exercises and diet control. The diet comprises balanced proportions of fresh food and fruits. In ayurveda, the paralysis is triggered by an inequality of pitta and dosha. Thus the life and the food should be in proper balance to lead a healthy and fit lifestyle.
Ayurvedic treatments for paralysis differ according to the patient's health condition and the medical history. In view of that internal or external or sometimes both styles of treatment are recommended to cure paralysis.
Internal treatment
Oral intake of herbal decoctions made from herbs is to clean the clogged passage in the brain. According to the dosha, the decoction offered to the patient may be different. Moreover herbal tablets are given to balance the dosha. Herbal creams are given with herbal drink to ease hypertension and cleanse the blood vessels. An exceptional preparation with honey plus water is given to avoid blood clot development.
External treatment
External ayurvedic treatments for paralysis in Delhi focus on use of heat and oil on the effected body parts. This can be given if the individual does not have heart disease. It contains shiroabhyanga which is extraordinary application of oil on the head and the body as well, shirodara treatment, sarvvangadara treatment which is done by spreading tiny steam heated cotton bags of herbs and rubbed moderately on the parts that pain. To end with the pindasweda treatment which is slight oil use with milk rice therapeutic packs made of cheese cloth. This aids in restoring the blood vessels and muscle parts of the patients and help them recover fast.