Patresia Adams

Originating in India, Ayurveda has reached every corner of the world with a large number of people enjoying the benefits of Ayurveda worldwide. The principles of Ayurveda are based on “tridoshas,” which mean vata, pitta and kapha. According to Ayurveda principles, the imbalance of any of these elements may results in diseases or ailments.

One can make a proper balance of these three elements by maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and correct knowledge of nutritional values and ayurvedic medicines, which have their roots in Indian herbs.

The word “Ayurveda” is a combination of two words – “Ayu” and “Veda”. Ayu denotes life, while Veda signifies science or knowledge. Therefore, we can say Ayurveda is the science of life. The principles of Ayurveda not only focus on healing someone but also on finding the major cause of illness and eradicating it permanently.

3 Main Benefits of Ayurveda

There are various benefits of Ayurveda, including psychological, physical and spiritual. Here we will discuss about these three benefits of Ayurveda in detail.

1. Ayurveda's Physical Benefits

There are numerous physical benefits of Ayurveda. The permanent healing mechanism of a disease is making Ayurveda very popular among a large number of people. Ayurveda has few to no side effects. Ayurvedic treatment has proved to be immensely useful for the treatment of chronic diseases like cancer, diabetes and heart ailments.

2. Ayuveda's Mental and Emotional Benefits

It is well known that a healthy body leads to a healthy mind. Feeling healthy physically gives a positive impact on the mind itself, which make a person look and feel happy. Various studies indicate that every kind of disease is the direct manifestation of a single mental condition.

3. Ayuveda's Spiritual Benefits

Spiritual teachings of Ayurveda describe that every human being possesses undetermined measures of creative potentiality, which needs to be analyzed and pushed further. Major parts of the spiritual benefits of Ayurveda consist of yoga and asana.

Editor's Note: The spiritual practice of yoga includes the ethical guidelines outlined in the Yoga Sutras as well as asana, the postures of yoga. These practices are designed to help people connect with their spirituality by soothing the mind/body system. By calming the "fluctuations of the mind," a traditional yoga practice helps open the door to higher states of consciousness. 

Patresia Adams is a healthcare consultant working with Divine Wellness. This interactive health and wellness portal offers live online yoga classes through High-definition video conferencing. Visit our website for more information on yoga exercises, holistic health, and the benefits of Ayurveda.

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