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Āyurveda Definition of Health
समदोषः समाग्निश्च समधातुमलक्रियः।
प्रसन्नात्मेन्द्रियमनाः स्वस्थ इति अभिधीयते।।
सुश्रुत सूत्रस्थानः 15∕48
Samadoshaḥ samāgniśa samadhātumalakriyaḥ |
Prasannātmendriyamanaḥ swasthaiti abhidhīyate ||
An individual who maintains a balanced state of the body, blissful condition of soul, satisfied senses and a happy state of mind is swastha or a healthy person.
Sushruta Samhita, Chapter 15, verse 48
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Ayurveda is an ancient Indian medical system which has survived since the beginning of antiquity when man discovered that nature had a solution to his problems by the first herb he used to treat himself. The core question that comes in the mind is how a system survive so long ? Does it not need to update itself? The answer lies in the fact that Ayurvedic principles are universal in nature. They follow the law of nature.
Ayurvedic medicine is a holistic approach to health that focuses on illness prevention and lifestyle changes to bring balance to the body. It is useful relieving stress and pain, increasing energy and strength, and reducing symptoms of asthma, diabetes and heart ailments. Very few rigorous, controlled studies have been carried out on Ayurveda practices.
The principle of good health in Ayurveda is in the balance of the bodily elements which lead to health. Imbalance of the same leads to diseases. The ultimate goal of Ayurveda is to restore the imbalanced bodily elements and bring them back to normalcy. The far you avoid the principles of Ayurveda by improper food habits, contraindicated lifestyle, untimely sleep, leads to an imbalance in the bodily state which tend to accumulate over a period of time and year. Thus the best thing is to follow Ayurveda since birth and follow a life of harmony.
To treat this imbalance Ayurveda uses various ways to restore harmony which can be the use of simple herbs or combination of herbs, in severe accumulation a detox by panchakarma followed by a set of dietetic rules and restrictions for the balance. Ayurveda written references can be traced back to Rig Veda where various drugs are described like soma – the elixir drug. Before the Vedic period, Ayurveda used to exist as an oral tradition. It was organised and documented by ancient greats like Charaka, Sushruta and Vagbhata. The greatness of Charaka Samhita lies in the fact that it was translated into 50 languages worldwide and became the source of medicine in Arab, Greek, Persia and Mesopotamia.