The Mental Wounds

Ayurveda is considered as the oldest medicinal practice in the world. It has its roots well over 5000 years ago and has been described extensively in the Indian Vedic culture. Ayurveda is resurfacing again thanks to the availability of more information regarding its inevitable benefits. The term Ayurveda itself comes from Ayur and Veda which together means the knowledge of life. It is believed that Tibetan medicine and traditional Chinese medicine both have its unarguable roots in Ayurveda. But it is often misunderstood that Ayurveda can only heal the physical wounds but studies have shown that Ayurveda and yoga, in particular, can assist one from:

•          Frequent Feeling Of Anxiousness

•          Loss Of Interest In Activities

•          Social Withdrawal

•          Family Conflict

•          Difficulty Sleeping

•          Feeling Of Worthlessness

•          Poor Performance And Concentration

All these ailments come as a result of mental stress which can be cured to a very good extent by making use of an ayurvedic diet and lifestyle.

Most of the Ayurvedic treatments in Kerala revolves around educating the short and long term effects of these fundamental issues. The Ayurvedic resorts in Kerala, the Ayurveda training courses in Kerala have also adopted the same. The Yoga Center in Kannur has even adopted the Panchakarma Therapy in Kerala.