Heartburn is a health problem that is very common among us today. It will occur when the undigested food will re-enter the stomach from the intestine or into the oesophagus from the stomach. It will lead to a burning sensation in the chest, bitter taste in mouth or throat, feeling of watering in mouth, shortness of breath or cough, and discomfort in the upper part of the abdomen, etc. Modern science the symptoms as covered under GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease). In Ayurveda, it is covered under “AMLAPITTA”. If heartburn is not treated at the right time it will lead to ulcer formation in the stomach or intestine.
Dysfunction of the lower oesophageal sphincter and abundant secretion of digestive enzymes are the main reason for the hurt burn.

Heartburns can be caused by diseases like gall bladder stones, piles, etc.

1. Alcohol
2. Smoking
3. Caffeine and chocolate
4. Medications such as aspirin or ibuprofen
5. Stress
6. Lying down immediately after eating
7. Steam-boiled food items
8. Steam-boiled food items
9. Cold, sour, salty food items
In pregnancy the progesterone hormone can cause the lower oesophageal sphincter to relax, that will lead to heartburn. It typically hits somewhere in the second or third trimester.

Lifestyle changes that can help relieve heartburn during pregnancy are similar to those women who are pregnant, for example,

1. Raise the head of the bed
2. Lie on the left side at night
3. Avoid trigger foods that aggravate heartburn symptoms
4. Eat frequent small meals
5. Avoid lying down after eating

Ayurveda brings back the doshas to balance. The therapy includes yoga practice, detoxification procedures, a healthy diet, and lifestyle practices.

Symptoms of heartburn are similar to post-cardiac disturbances. heartburn can be mistaken for heart disease and heart disease as heartburn. Diagnosis should be made by expert examination.
1. Immediate relief after chewing coriander
2. Water that prepared by using crushed coriander and was placed in a glass of water at night and drink in the morning by adding some amount of sugar
3. Intake of powdered asafoetida with honey
4. Drink 8-10 glasses of water daily
5. Drinking boiled water with cumin and dry ginger
6. Drink one glass of cold milk with banana powder (1 tsp)
7. Intake of one teaspoon drone pushpi (leucas aspera) along with sugar
8. Intake of Hareethaki (Terminalia chebula) powder (1 tsp) and dry grapes (1tsp) along with a double quantity of sugar
The outbreak of coronavirus provides an opportunity to revisit the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda for the prevention of disease through improved immunity and combined it with western science for a holistic healthy life.
Coronavirus cannot be transmitted through a mosquito bite.

There is no evidence that companion animals/pets such as dogs, cats can be infected with the corona virus, but it is always a good idea to wash hands with soap and water after contact with pets.

Mask effective at capturing droplets, which is the main transmission route of coronavirus,

Common symptoms are respiratory symptoms with fever, fatigue, cough, and very rapid or laboured breathing. Severe symptoms may include pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, renal failure, and death.

Avoid close contact with sick people with fever and respiratory symptoms

Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or alcohol-based hand wash.

While coughing and sneezing cover the mouth and nose with flexed elbow or tissue and throw the tissue into a closed bin immediately after use.

if you have a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing seek medical care early and share your previous travel history with your health care provider.

Avoid spitting in public.

Avoid close contact with sick people with fever and respiratory symptoms

Trikatu (pippali, maricha, and shunti) powder 5gm and tulsi 3- 5 leaves (boiled in 1 litre water until it reduces to half a litre and keeps it in a bottle)

Agastya hareethaki 5gm, twice a day with warm water

Samshamanavati 500 mg twice a day

Prathimarshanasya: instill 2 drops of anutaila/ tilataila in each nostril daily in the morning.

Ayurveda brings back the doshas to balance. The therapy includes yoga practice, detoxification procedure, a healthy diet, and lifestyle practices.

Menstruation is a very natural physical process. Menstrual problems are numerous and it affects a good percentage of women in their teens and middle age. Most commonly affected are pre-menstrual syndrome, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, oligomenorrhea, AUB, DUB and post-menopausal syndrome, menstrual cramps, etc.

Due to the changing lifestyle, hormonal changes, and lack of exercise, some people feel uncomfortable before menstruation. Pain and numbness in the breast are also associated with fatigue, depression, and suicidal tendencies.

Excessive bleeding during menstruation can lead to anemia and fatigue. Uterine tumors, hormonal dysfunction, and contraceptives deposited inside the uterus can cause severe bleeding.

Other physical ailments, such as malnutrition, anemia, and hormonal disorders can reduce the amount of menstruation.

Diabetes, thyroid, ovarian disorders, and removal of the uterus can lead to menopause, which causes many changes, both mental and physical. Problems are more frequent in those who face home and workplace pressures. With the decrease in hormone protection, many people suffer from heart disease, paralysis, burnout, depression, and anger. Fractures occur when the bones become thinner.

Menstruation should be seen as quite normal at first. And we must abandon the wrong lifestyle and adopt a lifestyle that emphasizes diet and exercise. Ayurveda describes a Vata-pacifying diet and lifestyle during the menstrual period.

Eat light, warm mushy foods cooked in warm spices and plenty of ghee, and avoid fatty, spicy, and sour foods and caffeine. Amid a busy life, you need to find some respite even if you are not getting enough rest. It should also be remembered that in the days of menstruation, the old men had given women rest under the cover of 'uncleanness'.

Hydrate the body and also accompany with healthy oil, such as ghee, flaxseed oil, etc.

Pranayama and yoga along with the abundance of indigenous food, fruits, fruit juices, green leafy vegetables, banana pods, carrots, legumes, beans, garlic, plums, sesame seeds, and small grains should be included in the diet. Fenugreek, cumin, fennel, and sweet potatoes are natural estrogen repositories. These, of course, should be included in the diet. Ash gourd juice is effective in treating depression during menopause. However, you should also avoid fast food, alcohol, chola, dry fish, and raisins.

Many of the old-fashioned kitchen jobs (such as grinding, watering, bowing, etc.) provided adequate exercise for women. Now that the situation has changed, it is time to exercise, along with walking and jogging. it is advisable to practice sooryanamaskaram and pavanamukthasanam, shalabhasanam, etc... Gardening, vegetable cultivation, and prayer are all things that arouse the mind.

Home remedies can temporarily combat menstrual problems to some extent.

Using sesame tincture along with dry ginger powder and ghee to relieve menstrual pain.

Old age is an inevitable physical change, just like childhood and youth. Most people go through aging with multiple illnesses at the same time. Aging is the time when health care and emotional support are most needed. The care and security provided by the family are diminishing today because their willingness to change their work and living conditions elderly is more likely to be alone in their homes along with other health problems. This loneliness is a major problem facing the elderly around the world.

Some elderly ones overcome the challenges and rejoice in old age. Living environment, physical and mental health, frequent interactions with the community, nutrition, exercise, and avoiding smoking, drinking are all important factors that contribute to the success of aging. Many physical and mental illnesses and stresses are common in old age. And the seriousness of the situation increases for those who are in financial difficulties. Widowhood and financial hardship are factors that contribute to the morale of older people. Such problems can only be resolved through good family conditions and fellowship.

Diseases are more common in old age than in youngsters. The symptoms of diseases are not always persisting on a particular part but are also seen in a weak spot on the body. In addition, a variety of illnesses can coexist. Old age has a lot to do with health. In middle age, those who managed life-threatening diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol are less likely to have problems with aging.

In addition to lifestyle disorders, the elderly ones are mainly concerned with problems such as falls, memory loss, vision and hearing problems, depression, anxiety, psychosis, arthritis, malnutrition, and difficulty chewing. Many of the lifestyle disorders that are not completely curable can cause complications in aging. Efforts to ensure healthy aging should begin before middle age. Fear of falling and falling is one of the health problems that are common in old age. There are many reasons for falling ie, Blurring of vision, weakness of the thigh muscles, arthritis, hypertension, paralysis, Parkinson's disease, etc.

Special care should be taken as stairs, smooth floors, and light can lead to falling. Because of the fear of fall in old ones, there is a lack of walk and exercise which can lead to weakening the muscles. Decreased vision and hearing impairment can isolate the elderly from others; this often leads to depression and loneliness.

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