Hosting the practices of Ayurveda, India is the most preferred location for holistic health tourism. The Ayurveda Tourism industry is growing fast and strong with four conceptual practices – Ayurveda Massages, Ayurveda Spas, Ayurveda Medicines and Diets, and Yoga.
The eight subdivisions in Ayurveda serve the clinical practices of medicine. Being a comprehensive health care system, Ayurveda through its clinical sub-specialties, incorporates every element of health solutions. This directly speaks for health promotions, disease prevention, curations, and health preservative solutions.
During Karkidakam, human health is at a low, and the immunity of body is very much reduced. So the body becomes more susceptible to diseases. At this point, various Ayurveda practices can be done to facilitate energy and to improve health. These ayurvedic practices done at the time of Karkidakam is known as Karkidaka Chikitsa.
Migraines are not typical headaches. The base of migraine usually comes along the excessive stimulation of brain and blood vessels. Medications do not cure the problem as it only gives relief to the existing stage of pain. Now many are turning to ayurvedic therapies to treat migraines so the pain management becomes an easy task. Natural therapies along with relaxation techniques can be useful for managing pain in the case of migraine. With suitable lifestyle altering and ayurvedic therapies, one can find the key in treating migraines.
For all the ‘doshas’ (problems) and overall well-being of mind and body during the monsoons, Ayurveda recommends ‘Panchakarma’ treatments. This healing method is used to clean the body of toxic materials created by diseases and poor nutrition. It strengthens the immune system and enhances the digestive fire.
Known as the ultimate mind and body healing experience, Panchakarma is an Ayurvedic treatment which provides a full body detoxification and rejuvenation to restore balance and well-being.