What causes Nervous Problems?
The brain is the most vital part of the body as it is credited with guiding our actions, functioning of organs, thoughts, memory and speech.
Neurological disorders are a result of imbalance caused by an imbalanced vata and influence your brain, spine and central nervous system. The nervous disorders can influence either a single neuron or can affect the whole pathway.
Any structural and biochemical, or abnormal electrical activity in the brain, spinal cord or other nerves can lead to symptoms including paralysis, weakness of muscles, lack of coordination, loss of sensation, seizures, pain, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, erratic levels of consciousness and many others. In situations like this, it is highly imperative to treat it from the root.
What this program aims to achieve?
Ayurveda can prove to be a very curative approach in Neurological disorders as it helps in maintaining a healthy balance for the brain. Imbibing the fundamental principles of Ayurveda, Ayurvedic remedies are primarily focused upon studying the basic behaviour of the disease.
Given below is an overview of a typical Ayurveda and Yoga Nervous Disorder Treatment at an Ayurveda Retreat in India:
Customized Ayurveda treatments:
Through internal medicines and therapeutic ayurvedia such as Shirodhara, Sirovasti, Nasyam, Pizhichil and Pichu, equilibrium between the doshas is brought back.
The aim of the program is to treat the nervous disabilities by following strict and healthy diet chart and healing supplements. Yoga and meditation further help nervous system to revitalise and heal. The treatment differs for every patient depending on their problems.
Group Meditation / Group Chanting - There is no better way to manage imbalances leading to a disease, than meditation. Group Meditation / Chanting practiced at these Yoga Retreats help you explore your spiritual angle and develop holistic ways to re-align your doshas which may have caused any illnesses in the first place.
Connecting with Nature: Organic farm visit, guided walk etc as per the condition of the patient.