Pneumonia is one of those diseases that we all are familiar with but know very little about it. It is respiratory condition in which one or both the lungs gets affected by inflammation and infection. The cause of it could be anything from bacteria, virus to fungi. In most cases the infection is bacterial. The treatment also depends upon the cause of it. The inflammation caused in lungs makes the inhaling of oxygen and exhaling of carbon di oxide difficult. So pneumonia is a very serious condition as it hinders the body’s capacity to deliver oxygen to the organs and this could even lead to death. So a patient with pneumonia should be dealt with extra care and precautions.
SYMPTOMS OF PNEUMONIA
Symptoms of pneumonia are similar to those of cold or flu so it is usually goes unrecognized until it reaches later stage. So it is very important to know the very symptoms of pneumonia to save o
Croup is a situation in which the higher airways swells and gets irritating. The virus that causes the common cold is also liable for croup, and it mostly happen in the fall and early winter. It normally affects the kids who are 6 months to 3 years old but it can also affect older kids, so you have to be careful all the time. Croup typically occurs a few days after the start of a cold. Croup is infectious. As children grow older and their lungs and windpipes develop and they are less likely to get croup.
Streptococcal pharyngitis, also known as strep throat, is a contamination of the back of the throat including the tonsils by a bacteria. Strep throat is spread by respirational droplets from an infected person. It may be spread openly or by touching something that has droplets on it and then touching the mouth, nose, or eyes. Some people may carry the bacteria without symptoms. It may also be spread by skin infected with strep.
Diabetes also known as ‘Prameha’ and ‘Madhumeha’ in Ayurveda, is becoming a more and more common disease in the modern age of easy and relaxing life. Every now and then we come to know new patients of Diabetes. Sugar or glucose in our diet, provides energy for our body but if the sugar concentration in our blood increases very much then it is not good for our body and this is known as Diabetes. Insulin is a hormone produced by our body to keep the sugar level in control. Diabetes happens if the body is not capable of producing insulin or if the body becomes resistant to insulin. As we all know about the side-effects from the conventional allopathic drugs, a safe and easy alternative like Ayurveda becomes more important. Ayurveda have been treating Diabetes since the time of ‘Charka’ and ‘Shush rut’. The knowledge and effectiveness of the Ayurveda can be understood by the fact that Ayurveda has classified Diabetes into 20 categories and Ayurvedic Diabetes cure are also described in detail.
It is a universally accepted fact that good health plays an important role in human development, day to day life and every aspect of life you can think of. According to the concepts of Ayurveda, good health is based on the equilibrium of dosha (humor), agni (digestive fire), dhatu (seven body tissues: lymph, blood, muscle, adipose tissue, bone, bone marrow, semen), and mala (feces, urine, and other waste products). Furthermore, in Ayurveda there is clear-cut emphasis on maintaining physical, mental, and spiritual well-being as part of good health. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines good health as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely an absence of disease or infirmity, which is close to the definition of good health mentioned in Ayurvedic books like ‘Charak Samhita’ and others.
Ayurveda, Siddha, and Unani are the three important traditional systems practiced in India. Ayurveda is the oldest and the
Ayurvedic medicine is one of the oldest and effective medical systems in the world. It is believed that the Ayurveda originated in India about 3000 years ago.
The term Ayurveda is a combination of two Sanskrit words ayur that means life and veda that means science or knowledge. Many Ayurvedic practices predate even written records and were handed down by word of mouth.