AVVVS: Supporting health with Ayurveda
Your relationship with yourself is one of the most significant partnerships in your life. Your general mental health and welfare can be affected by the way you treat yourself, communicate with yourself, and even keep the commitments you’ve made to yourself. Prioritizing your physical and mental requirements is crucial; this process starts with goals. Sometimes being alone can seem intimidating, but it’s crucial to start fostering that time for independence and self-growth. Ayurveda is a comprehensive branch of medicine that originated in India and was developed over 5000 years ago by great health scientists known as sages. Ayurveda, which is in harmony with Nature and is based on the principle of totality, individuality, and wholesomeness, uses the wealth of flora and fauna to maintain the health of the healthy and treat disease in those who are ill, including not only humans but also plants and animals. Even today, the Ayurvedic techniques and concepts that the ancient sages Charaka, Sushruta, and Vagbhata recorded on palm leaf manuscripts are relevant. Ayurveda is actually more significant now than ever before because of the rise in epidemics and lifestyle ailments around the world.
Kerala boasts a temperate temperature and a wealth of herbs in the woods of the Sahyadri Mountains because to its combination of hilly terrain and coastal plains. The population of Kerala favours a healthy lifestyle, which has facilitated the rise of illustrious Ayurvedic doctors and families in the state. Kerala became the centre of Ayurveda due to a combination of factors including knowledge, demand, climate, and drug availability. Ayurveda treatment starts with an internal purification process, followed by a special diet, herbal remedies, massage therapy, yoga, and meditation and it can have positive effects when used as a complementary therapy in combination with standard, conventional medical care. It’s crucial to concentrate on changing that inner dialogue. If you are continuously critiquing yourself or concentrating on your perceived defects, it is difficult to appreciate yourself.Ayurveda offers a beautiful perspective on life, Self-care is the act of recognizing your physical, mental, spiritual, or emotional needs and doing what’s necessary to restore your well-being. (Learn about the various types of self care here.) Without regular self-care, you’ll find yourself more vulnerable to illnesses and easily succumbing to stress, anxiety, and depression. Kerala, with its blend of hilly terrain and coastal plains boasts of a moderate climate and rich availability of herbs in the forests of the Sahyadri Mountains. Kerala population patronizes a healthy lifestyle paving way to the emergence of eminent Ayurveda physicians and families in the state. The knowledge, the demand, the climate and the medicine availability altogether made Kerala the epicenter of Ayurveda.