For Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson’s disease is a condition where a part of the brain deteriorates, which affects muscle control, balance, and movement.
There’s a way to manage the shivers, stiffness, and unstable posture in a natural, safe, and holistic way -Through Ayurveda
Management Of Parkinson’s Disease
Ayurvedic treatment for Parkinson’s disease includes one or more courses of carefully
selected herbs, panchakarma therapy, a proper diet, and a healthy lifestyle.
The herbal medicines have Phyto levodopa, which maintains dopamine levels and exclusively works on tremors. The herbal nerve tonics relieve rigidity and nourish the nervous system.
Panchakarma therapy nurtures the nerve cells and decreases the tremors in the body. When this is done along with medicine and diet, the quality of life improves
Diet and lifestyle
The diet is modified to improve digestion that directly contributes to the efficacy of the medicines and treatments given. The diet is Vata pacifying in nature.
This incorporates the theories of mindfulness with wellness principles, yoga, meditation, and acceptance to reduce stress, and initiate positive changes in health, attitudes, and behaviors.
Parkinson’s disease affects the chemicals in our brain. It leads to mood disorders like depression, anxiety, and lack of motivation, or drive.
Mindful Healing incorporates the theories of mindfulness with wellness principles, yoga, meditation, and acceptance to reduce stress, and initiate positive changes in health, attitudes, and behaviors.
Ayurvedic Treatment Center for Parkinson's
You can meet your Ayurveda doctor directly in one of our Ayurvedic center.
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