Ayurveda offers a holistic approach to the management of skin diseases, focusing on restoring the balance of the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) and treating the root cause of the problem. At Shashvat Ayurveda Clinic, the management of skin diseases begins with a thorough examination and diagnosis of the patient’s condition. Based on the diagnosis, a customized treatment plan is created that may include a combination of Ayurvedic therapies, herbal remedies, dietary modifications, and lifestyle changes. Some of the common Ayurvedic therapies used in the management of skin diseases at Shashvat Ayurveda Clinic include: Panchakarma: This is a detoxification therapy that involves a series of five therapeutic procedures to eliminate toxins from the body and restore the balance of the doshas. Ayurvedic herbal remedies: Various herbal formulations are used to address specific skin conditions
Diet and lifestyle modifications: The patient’s diet and lifestyle habits are evaluated, and modifications are recommended to support the healing process. For example, avoiding spicy and oily foods, getting adequate sleep, and practicing stress-reducing techniques like yoga and meditation. External therapies: Various external therapies like Abhyanga (Ayurvedic oil massage), Ubtan (herbal paste application), and Nasya (nasal administration of herbal oils) may be recommended depending on the individual’s condition. Some of the common skin diseases and their management
1.Psoriasis: Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune condition characterized by red, scaly patches on the skin. At Shashvat Ayurveda Clinic, the management of psoriasis may involve Panchakarma therapies, herbal remedies, dietary modifications, and lifestyle changes
2.Eczema: Eczema is a common skin condition that causes inflammation and itching. Ayurvedic management of eczema at Shashvat Ayurveda Clinic may include the use of herbal remedies, Panchakarma therapies like Virechana, and external therapies like Abhyanga and Nasya.
3.Allergy: Allergy is an immune system response to a substance that the body perceives as harmful. Ayurvedic management of allergies at Shashvat Ayurveda Clinic may involve herbal remedies, Panchakarma therapies like Virechan,Nasya , Vamana, and dietary modifications to boost the immune system.
4.Urticaria: Urticaria, also known as hives, is a skin condition characterized by red, itchy welts on the skin. At Shashvat Ayurveda Clinic, the management of urticaria may involve the use of herbal remedies Panchakarma therapies like Vamana, and external therapies like Abhyanga and Ubtan.
The management of skin diseases at Shashvat Ayurveda Clinic is individualized, and the treatment plan is created based on the patient’s condition, symptoms, and overall health. The goal of Ayurvedic management is to address the root cause of the problem, restore the balance of the doshas, and promote overall health and well-being.