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  • Slide 1 - Shri Dhanwantaraye Namaha
  • Slide 2 - INTRODUCTION TO AYURVEDA By, DR. V. RAJENDRA M D (Ayu) M. S (Counseling & Psychotherapy)Asst. Professor,GAMC, Mysore.
  • Slide 3 - Ayurveda Aims Maintenance of health Treatment of the diseased
  • Slide 4 - Definition of Health according to Ayurveda Health can be defined as a state of an individual in which his doshas , dhatus, agni & malas are in equilibrium, at the same time his manas, atma, sensory faculty are in a state of well being and optimum efficiency.
  • Slide 5 - Components of Ayu Hitayu Ahitayu Sukhayu Dukhayu
  • Slide 6 - History of Ayurveda As per the mythology Lord Brahma is considered to be the founder of Ayurveda which was propagated to the people on earth by sage Bharadwaja. As per the preaching of sage Bharadwaja various seers wrote their own treatises based on their fields of interest which in turn lead to the emergence of 8 branches of Ayurveda.
  • Slide 7 - Maintenance Of Health The entire practice of maintaining health is raised on the pillars of three essential concepts. These are: Diet Sleep Sexual Practices & Other Behavioural patterns
  • Slide 8 - Source material of Ayurveda Bruhatrayis Charaka Samhita Sushruta Samhita Ashtanga Hrudaya Laghutrayis Sharangadhara samhita Madhava nidana Bhavaprakasha
  • Slide 9 - BRANCHES OF AYURVEDA Kayachikitsa Bala roga Graha roga Shalya tantra Shalakya tantra Visha chikitsa Jara chikitsa Vajeekarana chikitsa
  • Slide 10 - Facts & Myths People believe that Ayurvedic medicines do not have side effects, the fact is that even Ayurvedic medicines cause adverse effects when they are not used properly because treatment in Ayurveda is based upon the individualistic approach. Ayurvedic medicines take longer time to heal! Response to a drug depends on chronicity of disease, age, selection of drug & many other factors. If properly treated the patient will definitely respond instantaneously.
  • Slide 11 - Health preservation / promotion methods Dinacharya The fundamental rules of personal and social hygiene are to be followed regularly, building up the immunity against most of the ailments in order to enhance the quality of life and increase longevity, is a task achievable even in the present lifestyle.
  • Slide 12 - Dinacharya Right from waking up in the morning till sleeping at night, all the daily routines have been given utmost importance in Ayurveda.
  • Slide 13 - Waking Up Hours Brahmi muhurta. A healthy person should get up approximately two hours before sunrise. Before coming out of sleep one should observe that digestion of food taken on previous night should be complete which can be elicited by following signs
  • Slide 14 - Jeerna Ahara Lakshanas Udgara shuddhi Utsaha Yathochita Vegot sarga Laghuta Ksut Pipasa
  • Slide 15 - Vyayama/ Exercises Regular light exercises help the body to shape up, increase muscle strength, improve appetite and maintains health. It gives the body the ability to withstand exertion, fatigue, and changes in the climate such as fluctuations in temperature. Exercise is most beneficial in winter and spring. It is best when done to the extent of half the exercising capacity. When sweat appears on the forehead and armpits, respiration speeds up and one starts breathing through the mouth, the exercise should be stopped.
  • Slide 16 - Abhyanga Daily Abhyanga to whole body after exercise is indicated for maintaining proper hygiene and functioning of tactile sensation. It should be done with Luke warm oil in a direction away from heart . Excess pressure while massaging is to be avoided. Bath is indicated after half an hour of Abhyanga.
  • Slide 17 - Rest and Sleep To carry out various tasks with full strength and vitality, one should get enough amount of sleep every day. Before going to bed one should meditate, and critically examine one's own conduct. Usually six to eight hours of sleep give sufficient rest to the body and mind.
  • Slide 18 - Scientific Laws of Personal Hygiene Regular trimming of nails, beard and hair; Daily cleansing of nostrils, eyes, ears and feet; Use of perfumes and garlands made of fragrant flowers; Putting on clean clothes; Use of umbrella and shoes to protect from heat and dust; Covering the mouth while sneezing, laughing or yawning; Avoid seeing the sun directly; Avoid sleeping under a tree at night, etc.
  • Slide 19 - Ethical regimen In order to live a healthy and active life, a sound mind in the sound body is very essential. Therefore, to maintain the healthy status of the mind, Ayurveda prescribes a code of social as well as personal conduct, known as "Sadvritta".
  • Slide 20 - Rutu charya (Seasonal Regimens) Specific regimen has been mentioned for the 6 seasons (shishira, vasanta, greeshma, varsha, sharad. Hemanta)
  • Slide 21 - Seasonal Regimens Vamana In Vasanta Rutu Virechana In Sharat Rutu Basti In Varsha Rutu Karnapoorana Akshi tarpana Shirodhara, Shiropichu etc ….. & many more.
  • Slide 22 - Importance of food As per Ayurveda, food affects the mind also by causing either an increase or decrease in the three qualities of mind, i.e., Satva guna, Rajo guna and Tamo guna. The food recipes can be classified as Satvika, Rajasika or Tamasika depending upon the effects.
  • Slide 23 - Application In Today's Scenario In today's present scenario it has become really important for each one of us to maintain a good health. With so much of pollution in the environment, food adulteration, untimely working hours and unhealthy lifestyle it has become mandatory for everyone to look after his /her own health. That's why the Dinacharya is to be followed in accordance with the present context.
  • Slide 24 - Application In Today's Scenario Waking up in the morning is always good for health. But if you are working late nights, then you should set your biological clock accordingly. Six to eight hours sleep is a must. Drinking a glass of Luke-warm water helps to flush out all toxins accumulated overnight in the body.
  • Slide 25 - Application In Today's Scenario As we say 'cleanliness is next to godliness' in this case cleanliness is also very important factor to maintain good health because personal hygiene is really important. Clean teeth and mouth. Brushing of teeth should be repeated after every meal. Cleaning of tongue freshens up the mouth and also stimulates the secretions of digestive enzymes. Proper cleaning of nose, ears and washing eyes with warm water held in mouth for moments is advised. Keep your hair trimmed, nails filed and wear clear, clean clothes .
  • Slide 26 - Application In Today's Scenario A regular self-massage with herbal oil is necessary for every person. It makes the skin supple, enhances blood circulation, encourages quicker removal of the wastes and relaxes the body. Along with food, hygiene, sleep exercise and meditation is also very important. Regular light exercises help the body to shape up, increase muscle strength, improve appetite and maintain health.
  • Slide 27 - Application In Today's Scenario Yoga, swimming, walking and even laughing are excellent options. Your dressing is also important so always wear clean, airy and light clothes of natural fibers like cotton, wool, linens, or silk. Similarly breakfast, lunch and dinner should be done on time to maintain the regularity.
  • Slide 28 - Vega dharana/udeerana For living a normal healthy life , it is necessary that the natural urges has to be passed in time without suppressing them. Non suppressible urges are urine, faeces, semen, flatus, vomit, sneeze, yawn, belching, tears, hunger and thirst. If they are suppressed they cause various diseases. Suppressible urges are lobha, shoka, bhaya, krodha, irshya, lajja and atiraga.
  • Slide 29 - PANCHAKARMAS Panchakarmas are the five purificatory procedures which include: Vamana Virechana Vasti Nasya Raktamokshana
  • Slide 30 - Panchakarmas as per seasons Vamana In Vasanta Rutu Virechana In Sharat Rutu Basti In Varsha Rutu Karnapoorana Akshi tarpana Shirodhara, Shiropichu etc ….. & many more.
  • Slide 31 - Importance of food Diet plays a vital role in the maintenance of good health and in the prevention and cure of diseases. In ancient Indian scriptures, food has been compared with the God, (Annam Brahmam) since it is the main factor, which sustains and nourishes life. In Shrimad Bhagvad Geeta, Lord Krishna has compared himself with the digestive fire, which assimilates and digests all the four types of food in order to maintain the life.
  • Slide 32 - Diet Diet is given maximum importance in healthy as well as in diseased status. It is said in ancient Indian literature that if dietetics is followed, medicine is not needed and if dietetics is not observed, even medicines are not useful.
  • Slide 33 - Assessment of prakruti Bodily constitution is of three types Vata prakruti Pitta prakruti Kapha prakruti
  • Slide 34 - Specific recommendation of diet and activities Each individual is recommended to follow specific diet & activities based on his prakruti. For example individual having Kapha prakruti should involve more in physical activities like exercise whereas a person of vaata constitution is not supposed to do so.
  • Slide 35 - Thank You

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