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  • Yoga
    Yoga is one of the six systems of Indian ancient medicinal Philosophy. The word "Yoga" originates from the Sanskrit root "Yuj" which means union. On the spiritual plane it means the union of the Individual self with the Universal self. Yogic science does not tell you what to do and what not to do; but it teaches you how to be. Yoga is not only a science but an art of living which works on all aspects of an individual and is a complete system of culture and education for the body, mind, emotion and intellect. The practice of Yoga helps anyone to gain good health, mental peace, emotional equanimity and intellectual clarity with a healthy body, clean mind and pure emotion. The practitioner can learn to perfect/excel in his chosen career. Maharishi Patanjali is regarded as "The Father of Yoga". Patanjali identified all the teachings in the Vedas about mind and presented them in a precise and organized form called "Yoga"
  • Meditation
    What happens in your brain when you meditate? This is where things get really interesting. Using modern technology like fMRI scans, scientists have developed a more thorough understanding of what's taking place in our brains when we meditate, kind of similar to how scientists have previously looked at measuring creativity in our brains. The overall difference is that our brains stop processing information as actively as they normally would. We start to show a decrease in beta waves, which indicate that our brains are processing information. ​ Brain waves Your brain is made up of billions of brain cells called neurons, which use electricity to communicate with each other. The combination of millions of neurons sending signals at once produces an enormous amount of electrical activity in the brain, which can be detected using sensitive medical equipment (such as an EEG), measuring electricity levels over areas of the scalp
  • HydroTherapy
    Hydrotherapy helps in cleansing and healing the body through enema, different baths, and compresses at different temperatures; hot, cold, neutral or alternate. In general, hot relaxes and cold tones up. Drinking water is also good for us. It is an essential nutrient; it improves circulation, muscle tone, and helps in eliminating toxins from the body. Natural sources of water like a clean stream also contain pranas. (जल तत्त्व)
  • Diet and Nutrition
    Natural Nutrition in the form of whole grains and sprouts, seeds and nuts, vegetables and fruits, and small quantities of unrefined natural oils, nourishes the body properly. Nutrition depends on the food that we take, whether in solid, liquid or gaseous form. Oxygen and water are the topmost essential nutrients for human body. We have all heard of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, minerals and vitamins. All of them have different functions and all are needed in specific proportions (as a building needs specific and quality materials in certain proportions for it to be strong and lasting, so does our body). Why natural nutrition? It is for two reasons; one, natural products have these nutrients sufficiently; two, our system is such that natural nutrients are absorbed easily and happily by the system. When we take synthetic nutrients, our system reads them as chemicals and is therefore, reluctant to accept them. Once the foods have been refined or processed, they lose most of the nutrients. Thus we only appease our hunger without supplying what is actually needed by the body; the body remains hungry for what it needs. Deficiencies caused by improper eating habits are one of the major causes of disease as the systems are not able to function properly, thus leading to a diseased state. (पृथिवी तत्त्व)
  • Magnotherapy
    Magneto therapy is based on the theory that since all living beings exist in earth's magnetic field (the reason why a compass always rests in north- south direction) it has a specific influence on the human body. The human body also has its own magnetic field, an electromagnetic energy field. In case of any disorder/complaint in the body, this energy field gets disturbed. The purpose of magneto therapy is to correct this and restore it to its normal condition which has a direct impact on the physical health. Also, we know that our blood contains iron, and blood is everywhere in the body in blood vessels and capillaries; one can only guess that blood circulation might get affected as there is iron content in blood, increasing blood circulation to the area where a magnet is applied; or it could be that due to the presence of the magnet, there is an ion exchange in blood causing increased blood flow leading to more oxygen to the area which is helpful in the healing process. Whatever the reason, magneto therapy has shown positive results as a supportive therapy along with nature cure, especially in chronic diseases to relieve pain and to accelerate the process of tissue healing. Depending on the condition, sometimes electric magnets are also used to intensify the effect.
  • Acupuncture
    Acupressure and acupuncture recognize the presence of life-force in the body flowing in invisible (subtle) channels in the body called as meridians. The term they use for life-force is chi or ki (we call it prana, and call the meridians as nadis). Similar to our understanding, obstruction in the flow of life-force is the cause of disease/discomfort according to them also. Acupressure and acupuncture are techniques to restore unobstructed flow of life force in meridians in the body and regain health. The basic difference between the two is that in acupressure only pressure is applied to certain points in the body, in acupuncture needles are inserted at certain points. Usually one needs many sessions for it to be effective. Combined with nature cure where cleansing of the body is also happening simultaneously, it becomes much more effective and beneficial. Not only does it produce results in the body, it works on the mind as well. It is helpful in treating anxiety, insomnia, stress etc as it helps relieve the nerves and mind besides physical ailments connected to different organs.
  • Massage Therapy
    Massage is an important treatment. It is a sort of passive exercise. As in exercise, here too, the blood circulation increases, the stagnant venous blood is pushed out of blood vessels and capillaries in tissues. They receive fresh, pure blood that is full of nutrients and oxygen, so the tissues are rejuvenated, the cells become healthier. Cells are like the bricks in a building; healthy cells mean healthy organs and healthy body. Muscles become stronger and more active. The health of skin also improves as friction increases blood supply to it. During massage, endorphins are released by the brain, central nervous system and the pituitary gland; these are natural pain killers, stress busters and have a soothing effect on nerves and brain. That is why, after a massage the body and mind both become relaxed and refreshed. It is especially good for bed ridden patients who cannot take any other form of exercise. Patients with hypertension should avoid vigorous massage; a light massage with movements away from the heart can be taken though.
  • Fasting Therapy
    1. Fasting is an important tool in Nature Cure. In fact, it is nature's own tool; nature wants us to abstain from food during diseased condition. It is very apparent in case of all animals and small babies who refuse to eat when unwell. Loss of appetite is like a sign-board saying, closed for repairs. But grownups force their kids to eat and they lose the natural instinct to fast when unwell. How does it work? 2. When we deprive food from outside, the workload of all organs is reduced- the internal organs are rested and work much better after the fast; excretory organs like liver, lungs, kidneys, and skin being rested, expel the overload of accumulated waste more efficiently; rest to digestive tract, assimilative and protective organs greatly improves digestion of food and assimilation of nutrients. 3. Then how does the body survive? Our bodies contain enough stores in the form of protein, fat, sugar, minerals and vitamins in different places like liver, glands, bones, bone marrow, blood, lymph.
  • Chromo Therapy
    Air bath invigorates the entire system. Air is essential to our life, not only for breathing in oxygen but also for improving the functioning of our skin which is one large organ of excretion, besides being a covering for the whole body, and an instrument for touch. Lots of toxins are excreted through the skin along with sweat. The air, especially morning, fresh air, also contains life force or प्राण; when we breathe in fresh air or when we exposed our bare body to fresh and clean air, we also absorb a lot of life force through nostrils and pores in the skin, which strengthens the life force within. (वायु तत्त्व) Sun bath or exposure to sunlight plays an important role in maintaining good health or recovering from a chronic disease. Dr Babbit put it beautifully, saying that sunlight is the principal curative agent in nature's laboratory and where light cannot enter, disease does. We all know about how sunlight is a natural source for vitamin D to our body, but it helps us in many more ways. It contains all the colours of the rainbow; all colours have different, stimulating and beneficial effects on the human system and mind; eg blue is cooling, soothing, sedative, alleviates pain, reduces bleeding and inflammation, heals burns, brings down high temperature and blood pressure etc, and sunlight also contains pranas. (अग्नि तत्त्व)
  • Phsiotherapy
    Physiotherapy is a way of treating disease, injury or deformity by physical methods without using medicines. In some cases massage is beneficial, sometimes mechanical force is used; certain movements are repeated or certain manipulations are done to improve the condition. These may be preceded or followed by hot fomentation or cold applications depending upon the condition. Certain exercises are prescribed for long term effects, all without the use of harmful drugs. These days, use of infra red radiation to relax and heal, ultra sonic therapy to heal internal injury, IFT, vibration, and traction etc (all being non-invasive techniques) has also been included. Sometimes after healing of a fracture hot wax treatment is given to relax the tissues before taking exercise to regain movement.
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