The modern world has become increasingly efficient and allows one to lead a happy and comfortable life by providing all the luxury and comforts. Never has it ever been so easy to find solutions to any problem, big or small, compared to our world today. The Internet has also made our lives easier and well connected.

All good things come with a price, and the consequence of living in the modern world is the deteriorating health of rich and poor, old and young alike. Living in times like ours is undoubtedly very stressful, and stress manifests in various ways affecting our bodies and minds, making each one of us restless and in need of more care and attention.

Diseases like diabetes, heart ailments, mental disorders, and weight problems are becoming more and more common these days. Most of these issues can be treated or controlled by the use of modern medicines. Treatment of diabetes in Ayurveda and treatment of heart ailments using ancient techniques are still more helpful and have a high recovery rate among their patients.


Among various ancient practices that have been used in the Indian tradition, Ayurveda is one of the most readily available and requires no prior practice but only access to herbs, plants and kitchen products.

Ancient Indians studied and used various products and their combinations to cure minor ailments and diseases. These products and medicines were all plant-based and completely natural. Apart from that, they also studied some rituals like shat kriya and pranayama to balance their overall health and well being.

Ayurveda also uses various forms of yoga, meditations, massages and incorporates cleanliness and relaxing baths in everyday life to create a sense of well being and health in an individual. These practices are powerful techniques that can bring about some major changes in the health and recovery of patients suffering from even severe medical conditions.

Professional Ayurvedic practitioners would often talk about doshas when speaking of an illness in Ayurvedic terms. They believe that our bodies are the well-balanced system of various elemental energies Vata, Kapha and Pitta. When these elements are balanced, a human life thrives in health and well being. Minor disbalance in these elements can manifest into diseases and chronic ailments as well.

Some diseases may also be caused due to disbalance in more than one of these elements. All Ayurvedic practitioners aim towards balancing these elements in the body, which in turn helps to dissolve all symptoms of a disease and help one to recover.


Due to an increase in the number of people suffering from diabetes, heart conditions, obesity, etc., around the world; Ayurvedic practices are also being used in foreign countries. Indian practices like yoga and meditation have become a part of the daily lives of millions of people around the world, and Ayurvedic techniques have proven to be beneficial without having side effects, unlike western medicine.

  1. DIABETES: Treatment of diabetes in Ayurveda includes consuming amla or Indian gooseberry, cinnamon or Triphala powder in small quantities every day. These plant products have a high percentage of antioxidants, and they help to keep the blood sugar in control and also prevent one from developing diabetes in the long run.
  2. PCOD AND PCOS: Another prevalent disease among the females these days is the polycystic ovarian disease. If left untreated, it may result in infertility. Hormonal disbalance and an unhealthy lifestyle is the main cause behind women developing PCOS these days from a young age.

Ayurvedic treatment of this disease includes practising the butterfly pose every day and consuming turmeric, cinnamon and ashwagandha to maintain a healthy hormonal balance in the body.

3. OBESITY: Millions of people around the world are borderline overweight or obese. Not only does it make people feel less confident about their personalities, but excess weight can also cause damage to the heart or kidneys over time.

Managing the body weight through ayurvedic techniques requires one to consult a professional and recognise their dosha. Depending on their dosha, they may be suggested to consume a proper and balanced diet to manage their calorie intake.

Apart from that, one may consume Guggul, Triphala or Kalonji to get rid of the stored fats in their bodies

4  HAIR LOSS: To manage hair fall or other problems related to hair, one may use Amla, Bhringraj, Shikakai and Reetha in their daily routines by preparing hair masks at home and applying it to the scalp. They not only promote healthy hair growth but also improve the overall quality of hair by reducing damage.


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