Ayurveda – a part of alternate medicine
What is alternate medicine? Alternate medicine is a different branch of treatment that is not recognized as “conventional medical treatment.” In fact, “CAM” or “Complementary and Alternative Medicine” is quite popular in the US. According to a survey (conducted by National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, NCCAM) approximately 36% of adults are under some form of CAM therapy. Combined with meditative therapy, the percentage of CAM users in the US is approximately 53%.
Some of the “CAM” therapies, mentioned in the NIHIS (National Health Interview Survey) 2002, are as follows:
For further information on CAM, its use and effects you can browse through https://nccih.nih.gov/research/statistics/2007/camsurvey_fs1.htm
Ayurveda is an ancient healing method that has been in practice for many centuries. A natural therapy that heals the body and rejuvenates the mind, “Ayurveda” actually means “the science of life”. Ayurveda is a form of alternative medicine and provides complete healing. If you want to know more about ayurveda, we suggest you refer to, http://nccam.nih.gov/health/ayurveda/ .
Why should you choose ayurvedic treatment?
You might wonder if an Ayurvedic treatment might be the right option for you or whether you should opt for a conventional, modern treatment. Before you make a decision, consider the following benefits that an Ayurvedic treatment can offer:
- Unlike modern medicines, Ayurvedic medicines do not have any side effects.
- Ayurveda is a complete healing process. It not only cures you of your medical problem but also prevents it from recurring.
- It strengthens your body’s immunity system. Ayurveda aims at fortifying the natural defences of the human body.
- Ayurvedic treatments can be taken along with any other therapies or treatments that you may be undergoing.
- The treatment is less costly when compared to conventional treatment methods.
Ayurveda can treat conditions like nerve diseases, skin problems, arthritis, asthma, obesity and diabetes.