Holistic Health

Enhancing Health Harmony with Nadi Tarangini: Health Care Meets Technology.

In a world where technological advancements are revolutionizing nearly every aspect of our lives, it’s no surprise that healthcare is also benefiting from these innovations.

The fusion of healthcare and technology has ushered in a new era of medical innovation and patient care. In today’s world, advancements in technology are not just reshaping the healthcare landscape but also enhancing the quality, accessibility, and efficiency of medical services. From electronic health records and telemedicine to wearable devices and artificial intelligence, the convergence of healthcare and technology is revolutionizing the way we diagnose, treat, and manage our health.

One of the most significant breakthroughs in modern healthcare is the adoption of AI and machine learning. These technologies are being used for diagnostics, predictive analytics, and personalized treatment plans. AI-powered algorithms can analyze medical images, identify patterns in patient data, and help in drug discovery, enabling faster and more accurate diagnoses and treatments.

Health Care Meets Technology

One such groundbreaking development is the integration of ancient wisdom with modern technology in the form of Nadi Tarangini. This fusion offers a unique approach to enhancing health harmony by combining traditional Ayurvedic pulse diagnosis with cutting-edge digital tools. Nadi Tarangini exemplifies how technology can complement and amplify the effectiveness of time-tested healthcare practices.

Nadi Tarangini, a term derived from “Nadi” meaning pulse, and “Tarangini” signifying waves or vibrations, brings together the knowledge of Ayurveda, a holistic system of medicine that originated in India over 5,000 years ago, and modern sensor technology. Ayurveda is founded on the principles of balance and harmony in the body, mind, and spirit, and it has long utilized pulse diagnosis as a key diagnostic tool. The pulse is believed to carry essential information about a person’s constitution, imbalances, and overall health.

Nadi Tarangini- Nadi Pariksha Device

Nadi Tarangini believes that quality healthcare is a fundamental human need. It is making a change in the realm of healthcare by rejuvenating Ancient Knowledge of Ayurveda with AI & machine learning, enabling preventive & holistic health interventions.

How Nadi Tarangini Works

Nadi Tarangini combines the traditional pulse diagnosis techniques of Ayurveda with state-of-the-art pulse wave analysis technology. Here’s how it works:

Pulse Analysis: A skilled Ayurvedic practitioner first takes the patient’s pulse by placing the three sensors of the device on the radial artery. This involves assessing the rate, rhythm, and quality of the pulse.

Sensor Technology: The pulse data is then transmitted to a specialized sensor device, which records and digitizes the pulse waveforms.

Digital Interpretation: Using complex algorithms and artificial intelligence, the digital system with 85% accuracy analyzes the pulse data to identify specific imbalances and disturbances within the body.

Diagnosis and Recommendations: The results are presented to the Ayurvedic practitioner in a user-friendly format which the NT reports, helping them make a more accurate diagnosis and provide tailored recommendations on lifestyle, nutrition, and exercise for the patient.

Nadi Tarangini provides a personalized health assessment that takes into account an individual’s unique constitution, making it highly effective in identifying potential health issues before they become critical. By tailoring recommendations to a person’s specific needs, the system can assist in both preventing and managing various health conditions. Unlike traditional diagnostic methods that often involve invasive procedures and painful tests, Nadi Tarangini offers a non-invasive and painless alternative. It is especially valuable for individuals who are averse to needles, scans, or other intrusive medical procedures.

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Nadi Tarangini recognizes that health is not just about the absence of disease but also the presence of harmony and balance within the body. It takes a holistic approach to health, considering the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of an individual, making it an excellent tool for overall wellness.

The integration of technology into healthcare is transforming the industry by improving patient outcomes, reducing costs, and increasing accessibility. As health care continues to meet technology, we are witnessing the transformation of an industry that touches all of our lives, providing greater accessibility, efficiency, and ultimately, better health and well-being for everyone. Embracing this fusion of health and technology is not just a trend; it’s a necessity for the future of healthcare.

“The healthcare industry is changing and evolving rapidly. People are more engaged towards self-care, not just physical but mental health too. Holistic well-being has taken a great liking since the pandemic and with technology being at the heart of everything, it has now opened a wide range of possibilities for people to invest in healthcare-related Start-Ups.”

This new era of healthcare has a bright future in India. Dr. Aniruddha Joshi, Founder and CEO, Atreya Innovations Pvt. Ltd.

Balancing Mental Wellness: The Ayurveda Approach with Nadi Tarangini

In a world that never seems to slow down, where the demands of daily life grow increasingly complex, it’s easy to overlook the importance of mental health. Yet, the state of our mental well-being plays a pivotal role in shaping the quality of our lives, our relationships, and our societies. As our lives become more interconnected and fast-paced, the prevalence of mental health issues continues to rise worldwide. Depression, anxiety, and other mental disorders affect millions of individuals and their families, often leading to tragic consequences if left untreated.

Modern society often glorifies the idea of ‘hustle’ and ‘workaholism.’ While ambition and dedication to one’s career are admirable qualities, they should not come at the expense of our mental health. The lines between work and personal life have become increasingly blurred, thanks to the proliferation of smartphones and remote work opportunities. As a result, many individuals find it challenging to disconnect from work, leading to chronic stress and burnout.

Ironically, excessive stress and an unhealthy work-life balance can also hinder professional performance.

Ironically, excessive stress and an unhealthy work-life balance can also hinder professional performance. When individuals are constantly overwhelmed, their creativity dwindles, their decision-making becomes impaired, and their overall productivity suffers. This not only affects the individual but can also detrimentally impact the organization.

In Ayurveda, health is described as a balance of mental, physical, and spiritual wellness.

We often hear news and stories about people succumbing to stress and mental health problems. As much as this news is disturbing, this news is also alarming. Alarming because it is high time we make mental health a priority. One factor that is at the peak is STRESS.

In Ayurveda, health is described as a balance of mental, physical, and spiritual wellness. Stress is defined as SAHAS; it is the natural reaction that is usually triggered by external unpleasant situations. It may be acute like sudden reactions to unexpected situations, or it may be chronic which is for a longer period. This stress is always responsible for dosha vitiation, disturbances in dhatus and ojakshaya, which again increases the body’s susceptibility towards various other disorders. It is a vicious cycle which impacts both physical health and mental health.

Ayurveda also describes three gunas of Mind named Satwa (Balance), Raja (Arrogance), and Tama (Indolence). Stress creates imbalances between these gunas causing further psychological conditions like depression, mental fatigue, anxiety, etc. Short bursts of stress can help us focus better and meet deadlines in mild crises, but long-term stress is always harmful. Now that we know what Stress means, what are the concrete solutions for early detection of individual specific stress levels and their response pattern in a particular situation?

Nadi Tarangini can be useful for managing stress-related reactions

Many active platforms are helping people with a lot of psychological problems and trying their best to avoid such extreme decisions like suicide, but early and correct diagnosis related to mental condition and improving their responses to stressful condition is still lacking.
The above-mentioned problems of early analysis, monitoring, and diagnosing of this very complex stress level vs. individual-specific responses to the condition’s entity can be assessed with the help of Nadi Tarangini, a sensor-based pulse diagnostic tool based on Ayurveda.

Nadi Tarangini can be useful for managing stress-related reactions in the following ways-

  • Correct monitoring of mental health –

Nadi Pariksha provides an analysis of emotional quotient and metabolic quotient through which we can know the physical and mental state of the body. Early changes due to stress both in physical and psychological domains can be assessed with the help of Nadi Tarangini. Many chronic psychological disorders can be controlled with Satvavajay Chikitsa which includes a Satvik diet, proper exercise, lifestyle modifications, music therapy, yoga, and Pranayam. This can be provided with a very individual-specific approach by Nadi Tarangini.

  • Prakruti Parikshan for analyzing probable responses in stressful conditions –
By analyzing Prakruti, we can talk about probable responses to stress and ways to tackle them.

By analyzing Prakruti, we can talk about probable responses to stress and ways to tackle them. Vata Prakruti’s primary response will be anxiety, worry, and fear in stressful conditions. Pitta Prakruti’s primary response will be anger, frustration, and impatience. Kapha Prakruti’s primary response will be depression, lack of energy, and withdrawal. They may suppress their emotions and numb them with food.

By analyzing prakruti and their responses, we can make early diagnoses, provide lifestyle modifications, and guide them about ways to tackle them.

  • Understanding root causes –

By analyzing the impact of stress on the body, one can trace causative factors including work pressure, exam stress, personal problems, relationship problems, etc. Tracking these causes and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is very important at this stage and can be achieved by constant monitoring by Nadi Tarangini.

  • Research done by Nadi Tarangini in the manas Vyadhi –

The only way to diagnose Sharir or Manas Vyadhi is to correlate Prakruti and Vikruti. The Nadi Tarangini Research team did excellent work showing Nadi Pariksha’s observations in Manas Vyadhi. The observational study paper was selected and presented at the World Ayurveda Congress 2022.

By understanding Prakruti and Nadi vikruti, signs and symptoms of Manas vyadhi can be detected. It will help to treat and balance the inner health issues and mind. Identifying manas symptoms can also help to avoid suicidal attempts.

In essence, Nadi Tarangini is a beacon of hope in the realm of mental health. It provides early diagnosis, personalized guidance, and a deeper understanding of how stress impacts our bodies and minds. With Nadi Tarangini, we can decode the surrounding stressors and their effects on our well-being, ultimately paving the way for a healthier, happier, and more harmonious life. It’s time to embrace this revolutionary approach and make mental health a top priority in our rapidly changing world.

Dr. Gayatri Kulkarni – Mulye (MD Ayurveda),
Vaidya Tejaswini Bhale – Borse (Nadi Pariksha domain expertise)

World Health Day – Jivha Pariksha

“On the occasion of World Health Day, we must learn the importance of our health and work towards making it better. Happy World Health Day.” World Health Day is celebrated Every Year on 7 April.

Tongue Analysis

This is an Initiative by WHO to spread awareness about the importance of Good Health, whether it be Physical or Mental. This Day is celebrated Every Year since 1950. Let us use this opportunity to make a promise to ourselves that we will put our health first in all circumstances. This can be started from Tongue or Jivha Pariksha as it’s a roadmap to your gut health.

Tongue - A Mirror of your gut health

Do you feel a bitter, metallic taste on your tongue?
Have you experienced a white sticky coating on your tongue frequently?
These all observations related to the tongue are reflections of your metabolic health.
In Ayurveda, the appearance of the tongue is very important in the diagnosis of metabolic or gut health. The tongue is considered a reflection of gut health.

Gut Health

Ayurveda mentioned 8-fold diagnostic tools while taking a brief history for assessment of diseases. Jivha Pariksha is amongst them. Thorough observations of the tongue including its size, shape, color, and appearance are very important for knowing gut health.
According to Ayurveda, many diseases originate due to disturbances in gut health or metabolic health. The tongue always reflects these changes on its surface and its unique diagnostic tool.
A healthy tongue that is uniformly pink in color, neither too thick nor thin, and moist, without any coating reflects good gut health. It also shows differentiation according to individual-specific Prakruti. But slight variation in its appearance always shows underlying changes in metabolic health or gut health.

The following entities can be assessed by Tongue examination.

Agni / digestive fire – Coated white tongue always reflects poor gut health with low digestive fire. Poor appetite, constipation, and gases are associated complaints with this white coating. Coated tongue and recurrent mouth ulcers together explain poor digestion and constipation.

Agni Digestive Fire

Samata / niramata – accumulated aam or dietary toxins produced by poor digestion get reflected on the tongue with a whitish/ yellowish coating. A foul smell is always associated with it. Poor appetite and lethargy are associated symptoms.
Vitiated dosha – discoloration or patches on the tongue are reflections of vitiated doshas. Black spots or patches are due to vitiated Vata, the reddish-brown color associated with mouth ulcers shows pitta vitiation.

Hence tongue examination is very important which gives a proper idea of gut health. By mere observation of the tongue, many times simple dietary changes can give the best results in today’s health complaints. Also, it is a way of assessment of risks or probable underlying health problems.
So, it is the easiest way to assess your gut health daily. So, keep your eyes on your tongue too for better health.

Happy World Health Day

Dr. Gayatri Kulkarni – Mulye (MD Ayurved),
Vaidya Tejaswini Bhale – Borse (Ayurveda Physician),
Shruti Kulkarni (Clinical Nutritionist)

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Vasant rutu – Season of Detox and self-care

Nature is blessed with blooming of flowers, cold breeze in the nighttime and colorful trees around is the perfect picture of Vasant rutu or spring.
Sunny hot days and colder nights create fluctuations in the inner health causing health issues. It also brings many festivals and events in their months of Chaitra and Vaishakh.
Nature is the best healer and destructor too. On the same principle Ayurveda has described the food, exercise and sleep pattern which is called Rutucharya.
It emphasizes the importance of self-care, mindfulness, and a connection with nature. By following the Vasant Ritucharya, one can promote physical, mental, and emotional health, and also can prevent diseases. In the Vasant rutu, sweetness, Unctuousness in the body provokes which was accumulated in the previous rutu of Shishir. These are the properties of kapha dosha or water element. It shows heaviness, sluggishness and excess mucus secretions in the body.

As blooming of flowers is going on it causes allergies showing cold, cough, running nose or skin issues.
Everyone should follow a regime to detox and balance this kapha. This is the best time of the year to detox, rejuvenate and gain health.
Vamana is the detox process that comes under Panchakarma therapies and is the most suggested treatment in Vasant. Also, Nasya, karnapurana therapies help to detox the body.

Vasant Rutu Blooming flowers

Avoid afternoon sleep in Vasant as it provokes kapha but proper rest and nighttime sleep is needed to gain strength and vitality.
Digestive fire becomes weak and so food should be warm, easy to digest and with spices. Soups, green gram recipes, rice flour, cooked or tossed salads, leafy, fruit vegetables and rice recipes are recommended.
Strength of a person is fair in Vasant which suggests doing Yoga and exercises in the morning time.

In conclusion, Vasant Rutucharya offers a holistic approach staying healthy. By incorporating diet, exercise, rest, self-care practices and herbal therapies, one can detoxify, maintain balance and improve vitality during this time of rejuvenation. All should maintain balance and harmony in both the mind and body and promote overall health and well-being.

Author- Vaidya Tejaswini Sameer Bhale
Ayurveda Physician
Nadi Pariksha and Product domain expertise, Nadi Tarangini, Atreya Innovations Pvt Ltd

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Gudi Padwa through an eye of Ayurved

In Bhagavad Geeta, Shrikrishna mentioned the superiority of Vasant Rutu amongst all Rutu by the line ‘Rutunam Kusumakar’ | Vasant Rutu is the season of creation, diversity and happiness. The first day of this Rutu is celebrated in India as Gudi Padwa. i.e. Marathi New year’s day. Each festival, regardless of the region or the state where it is celebrated, has a beautiful seasonal, cultural, or mythological significance attached to it.

The festival of Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Yugadi in Karnataka, Ugadi in Telangana and also as Navreh by Kashmiri Pandits and Cheti Chand by Sindhis. It revolves around the celebration of spring in the agricultural calendar. The date signifies the end of one season and the beginning of another.

Gudi Padwa Celebration

The Celebration includes the tying of mangal toran made up of marigold flowers and Neem leaves, Gudi hoisting with bamboo stick with inverted silver or copper vessel along with saree and Neem, mango leaves toran on it, decoration with Toran, Rangoli and traditional sweets are part of this beautiful festival.

The main tradition that comes along with Gudi Padwa is eating Neem leaves chutney and wearing Gathi or Batasha har.

Mythological importance -

Chaitra Shukla Pratipada’ is celebrated as Gudi padwa and marks the beginning of the traditional Hindu year and the first day of the Chaitra month of the Hindu calendar. Apart from that, it is widely believed that Lord Brahma created the universe on this day and that was the beginning of ‘Satya yuga’.

Health importance -

It is a well-followed tradition of eating chat made up of Neem leaves, jaggery, hing, etc on the occasion of padwa. This season comes under Vasant Rutu. According to Ayurveda, it is the season of dominant Kapha dosha. This dominant Kapha is seen to be responsible for various allergic skin diseases, rashes, itching, etc. It is also responsible for increasing the load of respiratory tract diseases like asthma and cough. This load accompanied by seasonal changes decreases the immunity of the body.

The Neem leaves chutney is a magical remedy for all the above-said problems.

It maintains Kapha dosha balance and minimizes ill effects due to its vitiation. Neem can be used for internal care as well as for external care.

Neem helps to boost your immune system by maintaining Doshik balance. It possesses both anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties that help keep your skin clean, radiant, and healthy. Neem also has blood-purifying properties which are good for the skin.

Hence the tradition of eating Neem leaves chutney signifies lifestyle modifications according to seasonal change. and advise us of dietary changes According to the season.

Social importance -

Social health is a very essential domain of our community health. Festivals always spread positivity and happy vibes. Typically, in Maharashtra, wearing or gifting Gathicha haar to kids is a tradition. It is essential to maintain a cold body in a hot outside atmosphere and by this, we can start the new year on a sweet note.

It is believed that hoisting the Gudi outside of the home would ward off any negative energy, making room for good luck and well-being.

Overall, it is a festival of diversity and joy. So celebrate it to the fullest but don’t forget to add Neem leaves chutney to your festival menu. Including health-related tips as a tradition is the beauty of every Indian festival.

Stay healthy, stay happy and happy Gudi Padwa!!

Dr. Gayatri Kulkarni – Mulye (MD Ayurved),
Vaidya Tejaswini Bhale – Borse (Ayurveda Physician),
Shruti Kulkarni (Clinical Nutritionist)

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