Treat Your Skin With Ayurveda
A clear, glowing & lustrous skin boosts up the personality of an individual. Healthy skin is an indication of a healthy body. According to Ayurveda, the root cause of all skin problems is the unhealthy eating habits & unhealthy lifestyle of an individual. Healthy skin is a reflection of a healthy gut. Skin diseases cannot be treated by concentrating only on the external signs and symptoms, but can only be treated by uprooting its actual cause. As Ayurveda works on the principles of working on the root cause of the problems, we get many good results as far as skin diseases are concerned.
Root Cause of Skin Problems
Ayurveda believes that the actual cause of skin disease is unhealthy eating habits and an unhealthy lifestyle. Unhealthy eating habits like eating oily food, fried food, unctuous food, not eating according to your digestion, overeating, improper time of eating, a lot of fasting, alcohol, smoking, etc. An unhealthy lifestyle can cause indigestion, constipation, diarrhoea, etc. All these reasons are enough for a skin condition to happen. These unhealthy routines lead to the accumulation of toxins in the body. These toxins circulate in our body & attack the weaker parts of the body producing signs of skin problems. These toxins can also cause the toxicity of the blood.
Stress and anxiety are other reasons for unhealthy skin. Stress, Anxiety, Insomnia create toxicity and imbalance of the mind.
Ayurveda has proved results in many skin problems such as:
– Seborrheic Dermatitis
Balancing and detoxifying the mind and body, can help treat skin diseases. Eating a healthy diet, adopting a healthy lifestyle by including exercise, yoga & meditation can help one to overcome the signs of skin disease. A consult with an Ayurvedic doctor can help you know your imbalances and toxicity levels. An Ayurvedic doctor can help you, design a wellness plan according to your imbalance, which will include herbs to balance your doshas (Vata, Pitta, Kapha), a detox plan to remove toxins from the body and mind, diet plan according to your digestion and tips for a healthy lifestyle.
About The Author
Dr. Rajneesh Kour
Dr. Rajneesh kour is a registered Ayurvedic medical practitioner from Jammu & Kashmir (India), holding a Bachelor degree of Ayurvedic medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S) from Jammu University. She is also registered under AAA (Australasian Association of Ayurveda) and has been working in Australia from the past 4 years.
She has gone through extensive panchkarma training from Government Ayurvedic Hospital. She has experience and knowledge in Ayurvedic medicine & treatments of general health, women care and mental health….