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Balance Your Dosha Through Ayurveda

What Charaka Samhita Sutrasthana, says about TRIDOSHA in the 20th Chapter (Maharoga Adhyaya):

चत्वारोरोगाभवन्ति- आगन्तुवातपित्तश्लेष्मनिमित्ताः; तेषांचतुर्णामपिरोगाणांरोगत्वमेकविधंभवति, रुक्सामान्यात्; द्विविधापुनःप्रकृतिरेषाम्, आगन्तुनिजविभागात्; द्विविधंचैषामधिष्ठानं, मनःशरीरविशेषात्; विकाराःपुनरपरिसङ्ख्येयाः, प्रकृत्यधिष्ठानलिङ्गायतनविकल्पविशेषापरिसङ्ख्येयत्वात् ||३||

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Dangerous complications of Diabetes

Diabetes is Considered as Mother of All Diseases

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Diabetes – Jannani Sarva Roganaam

Diabetes is considered as mother of all diseases. It actually results in many other complications in the body. Kidney becomes defective. There are abnormalities in the kidney. There are heart problems. There are liver disorders. Weakness in the nervous system and also there is muscular pain. In 50% of the cases, joints pain starts due to diabetes only. Then there is general weakness. And, even the problem of male sterility may also develop due to diabetes.

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warrior Virabhadrasana

Story Behind The Warrior/Virabhadrasana Poses

Have you ever wondered, why Yoga has three “WARRIOR” Postures or  why “Virabhadrasana” is known as Warrior Pose??

The story behind the three Warriors or Virbhadarsna (I, II, III) poses is based on a love story of God Shiva and Goddess Sati ( Shakti).

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Breast-feeding and Sagging Myth

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This article is dedicated for the expectant mothers who may be reluctant to breastfeed because of this unfounded myth that doing so results the breast ptosis(Sagging).


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3 Different Ayurvedic Natural Ways To Reduce Overweight

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What is Obesity / Overweight and how to measure it ?
Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have a negative effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems. People are considered obese when their body mass index (BMI), a measurement obtained by dividing a person’s weight by the square of the person’s height, exceeds 30 kg/m2, with the range 25-30 kg/m2 defined as overweight. 
BMI is defined as the subject’s weight divided by the square of their height and is calculated as follows.