Author: Gayatri Mulye

Health constitution in 2023

India is celebrating 74th republic day this year. With adopting and implementing concrete laws and constitutions, India is growing very significantly.
In the case of the health sector, we have to deeply rethink the constitution related to healthcare systems especially post pandemic. The pandemic has exposed the deep vulnerabilities of India’s healthcare system.
Right to Health is a part and parcel of Right to Life and therefore right to health is a fundamental right guaranteed to every citizen, but India’s low expenditure on public health is creating big loopholes in healthcare systems. Also, the Right to health is concerned with various factors such as housing, food, water, sanitation, and environment.
As per articulated in the 1946 Constitution of the World Health Organization (WHO), whose preamble defines health as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. The preamble further states that the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without any discrimination. But we are struggling with many co factors which indirectly affect the healthcare system badly.

We can redesign the health constitution 2023 in such a way that it will reduce burden on curative care. As we know, every constitution has some fundamental values on which it is built and developed to attain maximum benefits to people. Ayurved, can be helpful in similar ways to redefine core base values of the healthcare constitution of India.

Ayurved is the science of life, or it is the way of a healthy life. It not only briefs about various treatments but exclusively focuses on a healthy lifestyle which is a unique approach.
Early lifestyle modifications, early diagnosis and adopting Dinacharya and Ritucharya will be extremely beneficial in reducing outburst of many communicable, seasonal diseases. It is also beneficial to reduce the burden of lifestyle disorders like diabetes, hypertension etc which is India’s big emerging problem.
By adapting this preventive care by every single person will be an ideal base for health constitution 2023.
Along with focusing on new treatment, new infrastructure and low-cost medical availability, we all have to incorporate a “defence” or preventive care as part of our health system mentioned by Ayurved.

Renowned platforms like Nadi Tarangini will play a major role in understanding the base of the health constitution in 2023 which is needed.
Let’s pledge to adopt the Golden triangle of preventive health care mentioned by Ayurved. Let’s be part of the health constitution by maintaining good Quality Of Life by adapting Ayurved. Automatically this preventive care will reduce the burden on the curative health sector.

1. Awareness – Awareness about good preventive care for every system is very essential. Awareness about diseases, causative factors, medium of spread, vaccines etc should be provided through education, camps, seminars etc.
2. Early diagnosis – To avoid the burden of lifestyle disorders, non communicable disorders like cardiac disorders, cancer etc. Screening in a specific age group is very essential. It’s everyone’s responsibility to go for regular screening and take preventive care.
3. Adopting healthy lifestyle modifications – India is diabetes capital. Many lifestyle disorders are burdening our healthcare system. To cope up with it, let’s adopt the good lifestyle mentioned by Ayurved. Dinacharya, Ritucharya and lifestyle modifications including individual specific diet, exercise will help to reduce the upcoming burden.

Let’s redefine best goals related to individual health by adapting Ayurved. This will be the most essential approach in the health constitution 2023.


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Knowledge Of Nadi Pariksha

Based on Ayurveda, Nadi reflects the wellbeing of the individual and reflects the vital flow of energy. Energy flowing through Nadi helps Vaidya’s and doctors in pretending energy patterns. Early morning is the right time for Pulse analysis.


What is Nadi Parkisha?

Nadi Pariksha is a science of performing a diagnosis of the human body, mind, and depth at the sub-conscious level. A person’s pulses reflect the feeling, energy, and wellness status

How Nadi decides Energy & Agni?

According to Ayurveda, fire or Agni holds high value in life. It is the vital factor that determines the overall fitness and causes impairments in the body. Also, it is the fundamental factor that produces illness and decides the status of resistance. Based on the fire present in an individual, it becomes easy to tackle health issues and dynamics in the resistance system.

  • Agni and its impacts
  • Based on Agni tattva, calendar, days and Tithi’s.

What is diet and yoga?

Well-defined breathing exercises, the delicate meditation process, and yoga postures encourage mental relaxation and improve well-being. Well planned diet, along with supplementary exercises, improves mental and physical strength. Ancient yoga postures strengthen the body, improves oxygen level, and helps an individual in regulating cholesterol levels.

Is it work as a medicine?

Dietary modifications and yoga enhance wellness by reducing stress and mental pressure. It helps individuals maintain the overall energy level by balancing the mind, spirit, and body.

Why did we come into play?

Considering today’s fast-paced world and technology advances, we want to support you in reaching your wellness goals smoothly. By combining ancient and modern science known to man, we are paving the new fitness methods. Our research has played a crucial role in developing energy products suitable for personal wellness. We have designed a digital system by considering a patient’s strength status suffering from diabetes, cardiac, and fertility challenges.

Apart from this, our product works well; even the individual has hypertension, mental disorder, and arthritis.

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The Three Company

Ayurveda is a ‘wholistic’ science. Atleast that’s what you must have heard or read somewhere, before reading this post. But have you ever given it a thought? As to what exactly does it mean by wholistic? What difference does it make? Is it really that important or is it just a glamorous word in a medical field?


The subject ( or in layman’s language a patient ) has remained always of tertiary importance for modern science. The centre of attraction was and is – the disease and not the ‘diseased’. This omission substantially narrowed down the lens of observation. This disease centric approach viz. objective (and indeed an important aspect) cuts down the equally important – subjective approach i.e. \ body centric which in simple words means observing not just a disease but a person suffering from the same.

Ayurveda contemplates….It eyes both the aspects equally. Because understanding a sufferer, is as equally important as understanding the suffering. That’s what wholistic is all about!

The fundamentals on which this all rests are the 3 pillers – dosha (vital and ultimate elements), dhatu (various bodily tissues holding the body) and mala (excretory products).

Major among these, are 3 doshas owing their unquestionable significance to authoritative management of whole body through remaining two i.e. 7 dhatus and 3 malas.

They are the ultimate, presidential and inescapable entities of human stratums.

They have presiding effect on every material – immaterial, anatomical – physiological, physical – psychological features of our bodies. Their working area is extended from head to toe, leaving nothing out of their order.

If this is so, how do they do it?

We are an integral part of Mother Nature. Everything we need for living is resourced from it. We arise from it, we live with it and unite with it after death. This observation made the ancient physicians to think on the similitude between human body and nature. And in the process of understanding, they reduced the energies of nature to threefold – air, fire and coldness which represent motion, conversion/change and uniting/associating forces respectively in outside world. These three express themselves in the inner environment of human body as – Vata, Pitta and Kapha.

Every metabolic function happening in a living body is a part and parcel of doshic system.
Let’s try to comprehend…
Every movement – be it your respiration, pumping of your heart, food carriage through digestive track, excretion, functions of your senses & mind and every motion occurring in your body is governed by Vata. Along with these, speaking, hearing, tactile sensation, keeping digestion at optimum level, joint movements, maintaining freshness & enthusiasm are all exercised by Vata.

Though our body is a miniature expression of a nature, there are differences. You can’t just go in open and eat whatever you like and expect your body to grow. Change is mandatory. Pitta, embodying the functions of fire from outer environment, is responsible for change in a form of anything entering a body from outside so as to get adapted and assimilated to our inner environment. It is responsible for digestion, vision, skin color & its glow, temperature regulation of body and many others.

Kapha on other hand is an associating force, responsible for uniting and connecting different tissues and cells and is directly responsible for growth. Understanding various tastes, unobstructed joint movements by providing those with cushions in between, strength, virility are maintained by Kapha.

Same features of motion, change and association can be attributed at the level of psyche. A controlled motion of thoughts without bewildering speed by vata, analytical thinking of perceived thoughts by pitta and stability and calmness under any circumstances by kapha maintains psychological health as subtly as nature of mind.

The quantitative and qualitative balance of these three is critical for health. If one of them goes off balance, illness comes in. Their equivalence is given so much importance by Ayurvedic texts and physicians that their harmony is virtually considered as health and disharmony as illness.

Remember,
Wherever there is motion there is vata,
Wherever there is change there is pitta and
Wherever there is association there is kapha.

This is the most subtle yet clinically and practically expounding principle of Ayurvedic system of health, going beyond boundaries of country, cast and creed.
And understanding them is the first step taken towards healthy and happy life…

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Sorbet Chill & Lime : The Devil’s Kiss

Ingredients:

140 grams Coconut (Palm) Sugar
210 grams Castor Sugar
100 ml water
2 limes, juiced (1/4 cup) plus the zest finely chopped
5 lemons juiced (1 cup) plus the zest of 2 finely chopped
1 red chilli deseeded and finely chopped

Steps:

1. Add the Coconut Sugar, Castor Sugar and water to a saucepan. Heat slowly over low-medium heat until the sugar dissolves.
2. Remove from the heat before it boils
3. Once cooled add the remaining ingredients
4. Pour into a plastic container and put into the freezer
5. Remove 3 x every few hours and mix well with a hand held beater

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CORONA VIRUS: PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE!

The Covid19 outbreak caused by the corona virus has spread like wildfire across the globe and managed to put the entire world under lockdown. The past few months have been filled with nothing but news of this unprecedented crisis. The emphasis has constantly been on safety, precaution and prevention to flatten the rising curve of infected cases and fatalities. Let’s understand how we can avoid contamination at a personal level and protect ourselves by improving our hygiene, health and immunity.

What is Corona Virus

The corona virus disease (COVID-19) is a highly infectious disease caused by a novel virus that had not been previously identified in humans.

How Does Corona virus spread?

The new corona virus is transmitted through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze, or through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose.

What are the symptoms of Corona virus?

The corona virus causes flu-like symptoms such as a dry cough, shortness of breath and fever.

Who are at high risk for Corona virus?

The following people at risk have to take utmost care and the correct precautionary measures to prevent infection:

  • Pregnant women
  • Children
  • The elderly
  • People with chronic health issues such as diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease
  • Cancer patients

How can we stay safe and prevent further spread?

Here at the 5 preventive measures you need to follow to stay safe and healthy at home:

Maintain Personal Hygiene

It’s important to wash your hands frequently with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds. Sanitize your hands after coming in contact with commonly touched surfaces like a countertop or doorknob. Do not touch your face, eyes, nose or mouth as these are the first entry-points for the virus. Keep your nails clean and cut. Avoid handshakes or hugs with outsiders. A Namaskar is the most hygienic, contactless gesture to greet your loved ones.

Eat Fresh, Healthy, Home-Cooked Meals

Enjoy freshly prepared, home-cooked meals. Eat a healthy, balanced diet that includes lots of green and colourful vegetables and fruits, whole grains, nuts and seeds, and protein. Do not consume raw salads and opt for lightly steamed vegetable salads instead. Have clear soups or rich soups with beetroot, carrot, pumpkin and herbs. Stay hydrated with lots of fluids such as coconut water, kokum, lemonade or turmeric milk. Add immunity-boosting and healing spices and herbs like mint, coriander, pepper, clove, cinnamon, turmeric and black salt to your preparations.

Exercise & Practise Deep Breathing

Stay active, dance, run, take up yoga, meditate and practise breathing exercises (pranayam) to strengthen your immune system, improve your physical fitness, boost your blood circulation and de-stress your mind. Stay positive and do not panic or overthink.

Keep Your Home & Surroundings Clean

You may have heard the adage, ‘cleanliness is next to godliness’. A clean home is a reflection of great health and wealth. Keep your home, surroundings, society, community and country beautiful and clean.

Boost Your Immunity Naturally

According to the ancient science of Ayurveda, the best way to prevent any disease is by building one’s immunity! Some of the Ayurvedic medicinal preparations to boost your immune system naturally are Mahasudarshan kadha, Suvarna kalpa, Pippali kalp, Chyavanprash, Tribhuvan Kirti rasa and Laxmi Vilas rasa. Follow the dosage as per your age and the vaidya’s advice only.
It’s easy to lead a healthy and happy life, even in times of the covid19 pandemic, with a prevention-oriented, personalised wellness approach. MiBoSo is the first-of-its-kind preventive and curative wellness platform for your mind, body and soul. The app brings you the power of Ayurveda and modern technology for personalised consultation from vaidyas, nutritionists and yoga coaches in the comfort of your home. You can get a guided daily routine focusing on your diet, exercise, stress management, Ayurvedic medicines and sleep schedule to boost your immunity and keep your mind and body healthy and fit.

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