“Ayurveda – “science of life” is a complete therapeutic system developed over 5000 Years ago in India which aim to maintain physical, emotional and spiritual balance.”
Now a day’s modern lifestyle in whole world making it relevant to our contemporary needs. It transports us from our stressful and hectic lifestyle, from the pollution in our environment and brings our attention back to our bodies, mind and neglected part of health. Ayurveda is to promote health, increase immunity and resistance and to cure Disease.
The two main aims of Ayurveda are maintenance of this equilibrium and its repair in case of any imbalance and derangement.Ayurveda gives equal importance to mental health.Suhitam ayurveda is an organization established in ever beautiful Himachal Pradesh, India.
Ayurvedic consultation is not just talking about symptoms of health, but is more about to understand the balance and imbalance of physiological and psychological nature of human body.
In Ayurveda, there is always individualistic approach. Ayurvedic consultation make it clear to individual understanding the level of three physical Bioenergies (Vata, Pita, Kapha) and mental-energies (Satva, Rajas, Tamas) along with Panchatatva (Five elements), Sapta dhatu (Seven tissues), Srotas (Body channels), Agni (Digestive Fire) of body which plays key role in balancing the good health.
So, with the help of Ayurvedic diagnostic skills like Nadi Pariksha (Pulse Diagnosis), Prakruti Pariksha (Body Constitution), Nidanam (Causation factors), Trividha Pariksha and Dashavida Pariksha. An Ayurvedic physician (Vaidya) is able to find out the site of imbalance in body & mind and could diagnose the root cause of the disease.
Ayurveda strongly believes in balancing the different aspects of health through nature, by advising herbal medicines, yoga, meditation and Panchakarma therapies.