Strees Management

Stress is termed as a mental or emotionally disruptive condition that occurs in response to some adverse external or internal influence.

It ultimately affects the physical health of an individual and manifests itself in the form of increased heart rate, a rise in blood pressure, muscular tension, irritability, anger, fear or depression.

Ayurveda considers stress to be linked to the presence of a substance in our metabolism called Ojhas. It is the essence of the immune system and is the major factor in providing the mind with both stability and contentment. Ojhas is produced within the body itself when food is consumed and proper digestion takes place.

Diagnosis Ė The Ayurveda Way

All treatments in Ayurveda are prescribed only after a careful diagnosis of the patientís body constitution, family history, sex, age, stage of the disease etc.

The first consultation with an Ayurveda doctor, including the diagnosis will last for more than an hour. The basic step in the diagnosis will be to find the personís body humour (Dosha) ĖVata, Pita or Kapha because it is the imbalance of these body humours that create every disease.

The dominance of dosha in a person is found by asking several questions on his behaviour, food habits, sleeping patterns, personal details like age, height & weight, place of life, profession, health problems and medical reports etc. Ayurveda diagnosis comprises of clinical and laboratory tests also. The doctor can decide if an Ayurveda treatment is helpful on providing these details.

Pulse, tongue, nail, and eye examinations are important diagnosis methods used to reveal a personís body humour and its imbalance. This will help the doctor in treating the disease. Pulse diagnosis in Ayurveda is not just counting the beats. It also reveals the health status of the entire body constitution, including the dosha imbalance and the health of the various body organs.

In tongue diagnosis, the doctor checks the general appearance, colour and coating of the tongue. In Ayurveda, as different areas of the tongue correspond to different organs of the body, the Ayurvedic practitioner can determine which organs of the body are out of balance by having a detailed tongue examination.

Nail examination is done to check the type, colour and shape of the personís nail. Imbalances of doshas are easily detected on close examination.

In the eye diagnosis, the colour, size and even the shape of the eyes are important in determining the dosha dominance of a person. His mental status,nervousness, anxiety, confidence level etc can also be learned through eye diagnosis.

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Treatment Methods for Stress Management

After the diagnosis, the doctor sets out to treat the patient in a very systematic manner. This would include a set of appropriate Panchakarma treatments and Rasayana therapies .

The Panchakarma Treatments are meant to flush out the toxins, They are classified as pre-purification, main purification and post purification phases and include various types of therapies like oil massages, fermented liquid massages, medicinal enemas, herbal purification methods.

The Rasayana Therapies are meant to nourish the body, to bring the doshas back to balance and to regenerate the body.These comprise diet regulations, daily regimens, intake of oral medicines and ayurveda tonics, yoga and a stress free life. After the treatment the ayurveda doctors will advise you how to lead a healthy life. The beneifts and results of the treatment are shown only after the Rasyana Treatment is over and docotrs advise is strictly followed. The results will manifest itself normally after 3 to 4 weeks as the body takes time to regenerate itself.

Panchakarma for Stressmanagement

Pre-purification therapies are the first ones applied to loosen the toxins, open up the circulation channels and get the body ready for discarding these wastes. These methods are highly relaxing for the body and mind.

The following pre-purification methods are usually adopted in the treatment of Stress Management

Sirodhara Luke warm herbal oil is poured in a continuous stream onto the forehead, while receiving a gentle massage on the fore head. The uninterrupted flow of warm oil stimulates and activates the brain cells and nervous system and gives good relief to nervous disorders.

Snehapanam is oleation therapy and consists of oral intake of medicated ghee in empty stomach. Common ingredients such as malabar nut, wild snake gourd, sweet flag,sandalwood,neem,amaltas,asparagus,ginger,mustard,gooseberry etc.are used.

Thailadhara means continuous showering and massaging of the whole body with warm medicated oil for active perspiration. The oil is a blend of such highly effective herbs as sida, deodar, white leadwort, malabar nut, nutmeg, liquorice and sesame oil, castor oil and milk.

Lepam is the application of a specially prepared paste made of rich medicinal herbs, on the body or on specific parts of the body. Dry ginger, sweet flag, vitex, sesame etc are some of the herbs commonly used in the paste.

In Njavarakizhi the whole body or any specific part of it is made to perspire by applying herb filled boluses on the body. Sida, winter cherry and asparagus are some of the medicinal herbs used in njavarakizhi. The treatment may last from one hour to one and a half hours.

Udvarthanam is body massage with herbal powder lasting for nearly thirty minutes. The most commonly used powder is thriphala, a mixture of gooseberry, belerica and myrobalan .

Ksheeradhara is continuous pouring of herbal milk in rhythmic ways over the fore head or over the entire body for about 30 to 40 minutes. Medicinal herbs and spices such as gooseberry, nut grass tuber, winter cherry, bala, sandalwood etc are used in this medicated milk.

Siropichu is done by placing cotton pad soaked in medicated oil on the head vertex for nearly an hour. Generally, sida and asparagus are the medicinal herbs used.

Main Purification Therapies for Stress Management

Main purification therapies This is the phase of elimination of toxins that were loosened at the pre purification treatment stage. These therapies are highly potential methods and are usually overseen by doctors. The commonly adopted Panchakarma treatments for Stress Management are: Nasyam, Virechanam, and Vasthi.

Nasyam involves the pouring of herbal oil into the nostrils. This opens up the head channels and enables the herb extracts to act directly on the central nervous system. Treatment lasts for twenty to thirty minutes. The commonly used herbal oil is a mixture of sesame oil and herbs such as sida plants, bael and vitex.

Virechanam is the purgation using oral intake of safe herbal medicines. This eliminates poisonous wastes through the anal route. Generally, the herbs used are turpith, embellia fruits, dry ginger, cardamom, long pepper, cinnamon etc.

Vasthi is enema therapy; the ace colon cleaning Panchakarma treatment. Special medicines are introduced through the anal route for the evacuation of accumulated toxins and metabolic wastes. Commonly used ingredients are dill seeds, honey, rock salt, herbal pastes, oils and decoctions.

Rasayana Therapies for Stress Management

These are body nourishing therapies to rejuvenate the body and mind after the Panchakarma treatments. They keep the enzymes in the tissue cells in their normal functioning condition, restore and balance the body functions and maintain the overall health and well being of an individual for much longer periods after the Panchakarma course. Rasayana treatments for Stress Management consist of oral medicines and diet regulation.

Oral medicines for Stress Management

Herbal medicines form an important part of any ayurvedic treatment. Oral medicines for Stress Management will be extracts of pure medicinal herbs, leaves, spices etc. These are prepared specifically to restore the lost balance and to provide the needed inputs to cure Stress Management. Kashayam and Arishtam - herbal decoctions and fermentations Lehyams Ė semi solid formulation are commonly prescribed.

Neem, ginger, amaltas, nutmeg, liquorices, gooseberry, bael etc are some of the medicinal herbs used in the preparation of kashayams, lehyams and arishtams for the use of Stress Management patients.

The type and quantity of the medicines to be taken are decided by the doctor after a detailed consultation and examination. The patientís body type, age etc are also important factors to be considered

Diet Regulation for Stress Management

Diet regulation will be suggested for patients suffering from Stress Management. Proper diet is a brilliant means of controlling and curing Stress Management. Ayurveda diet provides adequate nutrition as well as rest for the needed organs.

Stress Management patients are advised to stick to a pure, natural and wholesome diet, low in fat and cholesterol. They should strictly avoid alcohol, salt, sweets, tobacco etc. A diet of natural foods and germinated wheat are recommended. Raw root vegetables, whole wheat bread, cheese, butter, honey, and raw milk are recommended. Juice of fresh fruits and vegetables should be consumed in large quantities.

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Life Style for Stress Management

Yoga and Meditation are proven and effective way to develop and maintain perfect harmony and balance in our body systems. It provides us with immunity against all diseases. It alters brain wave activities reflecting in increased relaxation and a better focused mind. It is known to reduce fatigue in Stress Management patients. The commonly suggested yoga postures for stress Management patients are Shavasana (corpse pose) and Hala Asana (Plough pose). Yoga Nidra is also highly recommended as it makes the mind calm and tension free.

Life style: Stress Management patients are recommended to avoid tension and worry in their daily lives. Developing a sense of humour, establishing meaningful relationships with others, enjoying the beauties of nature, keeping pets, spending more time with family and taking part in recreational activities will effectively reduce stress in individuals.

It is advised to take at least one or two weeks of rest after the Panchakarma experience. At this time the body is weak after a purification process and needs time to get back to normalcy. Avoid strenuous exercise, late nights, too much television, and other stimulating experiences Following a healthy life style with sufficient rest and avoiding over indulgence in all our activities will help maintain the ojhas in perfect condition in an individual

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