Jai Ho Vijay Ho
Spiritual & PranYog Healing Centre Bhopal {MP} 462042
23 Oct 2020

कब्ज से मुक्ति – तुरंत असरकारक

कब्ज से मुक्ति – तुरंत असरकारक

प्राण योग ध्यान को सुनना शुरू कीजिये ,सीधे आसमान की तरफ मुँह करके लेट जाएँ हथेलियां आसमान की तरफ अधखुली हो , शरीर को शिथिल छोड़ दीजिये , आँखे बंद कीजिये , अब दाएं हाथ के अंगूठे से अपनी दांयी नाक के नथुने को बंद कीजिये , और बाएं नथुने से साँस खींचते हुए यह कल्पना कीजिये की प्राण ऊर्जा आपके मणिपुर चक्र { नाभि } में आ रही है , जो आपकी कब्ज सहित समस्त समस्याओं को ठीक करने जा रही है , साँस को रोककर रखिये , जब तक घबराहट न होने लगे , साँस को रोके रखिये , फिर दाएं नथुने से बाहर निकल दीजिये | अब बाएं नथुने को अनामिका अंगुली से बंद कीजिये , दायें नथुने से साँस खींचिए , और रोक कर रखिये , जब तक आपको घबराहट न होने लगे , अब बाएं से छोड़िये , आपको जिस तरफ से साँस लेना है, उसके विपरीत तरफ से छोड़ना है , और जिस तरफ से आपने साँस छोड़ी है, उसी तरफ से आपको लेनी है | ऐसा 9 बार करें , हर बार ज्यादा देर तक साँस रोकने का अभ्यास करें , फिर शरीर को शिथिल छोड़ दें , कब्ज मुक्ति प्राण योग ध्यान मैडिटेशन की ध्वनि को आपने मणिपुर चक्र { नाभि } पर महसूस करे | अब आँखे खोल लीजिये , यह ध्यान सुबह के समय 5 बजे से 7 बजे तक करने से बहुत अच्छे परिणाम मिलते है | और हा, अपनी प्रतिक्रिया , देना न भूलें , मुझे इंतजार रहेगा |

Sticky
09 Oct 2020

आकाश तत्त्व का संतुलन –

पञ्च तत्वों का रहस्यमयी संसार
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विशेष – आकाश तत्त्व की रोग प्रतिरोधक शक्ति शून्य होती है, फलस्वरूप ऐसे व्यक्ति कोरोना के चपेट में जल्दी आ रहे है, और आकाशतत्त्व का अंग फेफड़े है, इसलिए फेफड़ों के क्षतिग्रस्त {Damaged } होने की संभावना सर्वाधिक होती है |

आकाश तत्व के अंग – फेफड़े और बड़ी आँत
संवेदी अंग – सुगंध { नाक } , स्पर्श { त्वचा }
मौसम – शरद , पतझड़
दिन का समय – सुबह 3 बजे से सुबह 7 बजे तक |
महीने – सितम्बर , अक्टूबर
रंग – सफ़ेद , कत्था रंग , सिलेटी
स्वाद – कसैला { सेम , अनार } कड़वा
स्वभाव – उदासीन , रूखापन , शोक , चिड़चिड़ापन |
ध्वनि – रोने की आवाज { Weeping }
गन्ध – सड़ी वस्तुओं की तरह { Rotten }
आयु – 48 से 60 वर्ष
चक्र – स्वाधिष्ठान चक्र
ऊर्जा – शुष्क {ड्राई }
आकाश तत्व की बीमारियाँ

शारीरिक

  1. वायरस से संक्रमण
  2. गंजापन { बालों का गिरना , टूटना , झड़ना }
  3. . त्वचा रोग { एक्जिमा , सोराइसिस , फोड़े , फुंसिया , रूखापन , त्वचा का फटना }
  4. . नासिका रोग { साइनस , सर्दी , नाक से खून आना , एलर्जी ,
  5. सर्वाइकल
  6. लिगामेन्ट का टूटना
  7. न्यूरॉन समस्या
  8. ऑस्टिओ आर्थराइटिस
  9. डिस्क प्रोब्लेम
  10. श्वसन सम्बन्धी रोग
  11. शरीर का तापमान अधिक होना
  12. कफ बनना
  13. अस्थमा
  14. पीठ और कंधा दर्द
  15. सीने में दर्द
  16. कब्ज
  17. अपेन्डिक्स
  18. कोलाइटिस
  19. बबासीर
  20. पायरिया
  21. मसूढ़ों की समस्या
  22. सर दर्द
  23. पेट दर्द
  24. अँगुलियों में दर्द
  25. कमजोरी महसूस होना
  26. पैरों में कमजोरी महसूस होना

मानसिक समस्याऐं

  1. जीवन से मोह भंग होना
    2 . अवसाद का शिकार
    3 . टालने की प्रवृति
    4 . आलस्य
    5 . थकान
    6 .जल्दी भयभीत हो जाना

आकाश तत्त्व के गुण

शीतप्रधान
प्रतिरोधी शक्ति का अभाव { जल्दी संक्रमण का ख़तरा }
घेरने का गुण
हल्कापन
चिकनापन
मुलायम
सुगंध का अभाव
शरीर में फेफड़े , बडी आँत , त्वचा , बाल के रूप में उपस्थिति

आकाश तत्त्व का संतुलन –
महोदय / महोदया , आपका आकाश तत्त्व असंतुलित होने के कारण आपको सम्बंधित समस्या / समस्यायें हो रही है | इसे ठीक करने के लिए कृपया आपको निम्न लिखित उपायों का पालन करना अनिवार्य है |

1.प्राण योग प्राणायाम करें |
2.फेफड़ों की जीवनी शक्ति बढ़ाने के लिए प्राण शक्ति का प्रयोग करें |
3.सभी प्रकार के प्राणायाम करें |

4.प्रतिदिन सूर्योदय से पहले सोकर उठ जाये, और नंगी आँखों से ऊगते हुए सूर्य को देखें |
5 . प्रतिदिन सुबह 7 बजे से पहले अपने दैनिक क्रियाकलाप से मुक्त हो जायें |
6 . प्रतिदिन कम से कम 21 मिनिट्स प्राण योग ध्यान जरूर करें |
7.समय पर अपने शूक्ष्म शरीर की सफ़ाई करते रहे |
8. वायु और अग्नि तत्त्व की वृद्धि के प्रयास करें |
9 . आकाश मुद्रा का अभ्यास करे, |
7 . तर्जनी , { Index Finger } में अँगूठे की तरफ लाल रंग लगाये , दोनों हाथों की अँगुलियों , दोनों तरफ़ ,दिन में तीन बार रंग लगायें , रोग के पूरी तरह ठीक होने तक लगायें | { चित्र में दिए गये अनुसार }

योगी योगानंद { आध्यात्मिक गुरू , एवं प्राण योग के प्रणेता }

30 Sep 2020

Yoga for stress relief  

       Yoga for stress relief  

Yoga is a comfortable form of exercise that does not stress or strained the individual. One of its major factors is the treatment of depression or mental issue is with the help of Pranayama and meditation. However if you are under any form of medication from a medical practitioner, yoga must be performed in consultation with your doctor. Almost all forms of yogasana help in dealing with the root cause of depression by toning up the central nervous system, stimulating the back circulation in the body, promoting and boosting concentration in the mind and energizing the physical and mental self. Deep meditation techniques are highly advisable in order to combat depression and anxious feelings. A daily yoga session comprising 30 minutes of meditation and at least 25 minutes of yogasanas can help to boost the circulation of blood, which then shuns the feelings of lethargy and depression.                                    

Definition:

 Stress is the body’s reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional adjustment or response.

Causes

 Causes of work stress include:

  • Being unhappy in your job
  • Having a heavy workload or too much responsibility
  • Working long hours
  • Having poor management, unclear expectations of your work, or no say in the decision-making process
  • Working under dangerous conditions
  • Being insecure about your chance for advancement or risk of termination
  • Having to give speeches in front of colleagues
  • Facing discrimination or harassment at work, especially if your company isn’t supportive

Life stresses can also have a big impact. Examples of life stresses are:

  • The death of a loved one
  • Divorce
  • Loss of a job
  • Increase in financial obligations
  • Getting married
  • Moving to a new home
  • Chronic illness or injury
  • Emotional problems (depression, anxiety, anger, grief, guilt, low self-esteem)
  • Taking care of an elderly or sick family member
  • Traumatic event, such as a natural disaster, theft, rape, or violence against you or a loved one.

Symptoms

Emotional symptoms of stress include:

  • Becoming easily agitated, frustrated, and moody
  • Feeling overwhelmed, like you are losing control or need to take control
  • Having difficulty relaxing and quieting your mind
  • Feeling bad about yourself (low self-esteem), lonely, worthless, and depressed
  • Avoiding others

Physical symptoms of stress include:

  • Low energy
  • Headaches
  • Upset stomach, including diarrhea, constipation, and nausea
  • Aches, pains, and tense muscles
  • Chestpain and rapid heartbeat
  • Insomnia
  • Frequent colds and infections
  • Loss of sexual desire and/or ability
  • Nervousness and shaking, ringing in theear, cold or sweaty hands and feet
  • Dry mouth and difficulty swallowing
  • Clenched jaw and grinding teeth

Cognitive symptoms of stress include:

  • Constant worrying
  • Racing thoughts
  • Forgetfulness and disorganization
  • Inability to focus
  • Poor judgment
  • Being pessimistic or seeing only the negative side

Behavioral symptoms of stress include:

  • Changes in appetite — either not eating or eating too much
  • Procrastinating and avoiding responsibilities
  • Increased use of alcohol, drugs, or cigarettes
  • Exhibiting more nervous behaviors, such asnail bitting, fidgeting, and pacing.

What Are the Consequences of Long-Term Stress?

A little stress every now and then is not something to be concerned about. Ongoing, chronic stress, however, can cause or exacerbate many serious health problems, including:                           

Mental health problems, such as depression, anxiety, and personality disorders

Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease, high blood pressure, abnormal heart rhythms, heart attacks, and stroke

Obesity and other eating disorders

Menstrual problems

Sexual dysfunction, such as impotence and premature ejaculation in men and loss of sexual desire in both men and women

Skin and hair problems, such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema, and permanent hair loss

Gastrointestinal problems, such as GERD, gastritis, ulcerative colitis, and irritable colon.

Complications of stress

  • Chronic pain
  • Heart disease
  • High blood pressure
  • Allergies
  • Diabetes
  • Migraine
  • Asthma
  • Menstrual troubles
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Psoriasis
  • Sty
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Headache
  • Rosacea
  • Genital Herpes in Women
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Anxiety
  • Hair Loss
  • Panic Attacks
  • Mitral Valve Prolapse (MVP)
  • Alcoholism
  • Indigestion (Dyspepsia, Upset Stomach)
  • Depression
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Cluster Headaches
  • Drug Abuse
  • Sleep Paralysis
  • Abnormal Heart Rhythms (Heart Rhythm Disorders)
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome
  • Dissociative Identity Disorder
  • Head and Neck Cancer
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Grief: Loss of a Loved One
  • Teeth Grinding (Bruxism)
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Adult ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
  • Stiff-Person Syndrome
  • Narcolepsy
  • Insomnia
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome (CVS)
  • Dysthymia
  • Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens
  • Sleepwalking
  • Sexual Problems (Sex) in Women
  • Pregnancy Symptoms (Am I Pregnant?)
  • Mental Health
  • Phobias
  • Bullying

How to get rid of stress?

  1. Do morning walk regularly.
  2. Do Yoga, Meditation and Relaxation.
  3. Give weightage to laughter therapy.
  4. Take sound sleep.
  5. Try to develop a hobby in the form of sports, movie, entertainment, etc.
  6. Follow optimistic and discourage pessimistic views.
  7. Maintain a good rapport with your family.
  8. Give more Weightage to fibrous and healthy diet, avoid junk foods.
  9. Take more and More fruits and Juices
  10. Try to find yourself how to rejuvenate.

                                                       

Yogic cure:

         [1]Shatkarma                                       {Purificatory techniques}

{a} kunjal                                    {volitional stomach wash }

{b} sutra neti                             { Nose-wash by string }

{c} jala neti                                {Nose wash water}

{d} Kapal bhati                        {Lungs and brain wash by breathing}

 [2]Yogasanas:-                                                       {Posture}

{a} Paschimottanasana                           {Posteriar  stretch }

{b} Shavasana                                            {Corpse }

{c} Halasana                                               {Plough}

{d} Supta-vajrasana                                 {Lying adamantine}

{e} Shalbhasana                                        {Locust}

{f} Matsyendrasana                                 {Spinal twist}

{g} Bhujangasana                                     {Cobra}

{h} Shirsasana                                          {Head stand}

{i}  Dhanurasana                                      {Bow}

{j}  Ustrasana                                            {Camel}

{k} Padmasana                                         {Lotus}

{l}  Akarna dhanurasana                       {Strung bow}

{m} Sarvangasana                                  {Shoulder stand}

{n} Matsyasana                                      {Fish}

{o}  Pad-hastasana                                {Hand posture }

{p} Trikonasana                                     {Triple}

{q} Pawan-Muktasana                          {Wind relese Posture}

{r} Sinhasana                                           {Lion}

{s} Ardha Chakrasana

 [3] Pranayama                          {Body-mind energizing breathing practice}

{a} Kapalbhati                          {Lungs & brain wash by breathing}

{b} Anulome vilome               {Alternate nostrilar pranayama }

{c} Bhastrika                             {Bellows pranayama }

{d} Ujjayi                                    {Hissing pranayama

     [4] Bandhas:-                                   {Bands}

{a}Maha bandh

{b} Uddiyana  bandh                     {Abdominal lock}

{c} Moola  bandh                            {Anal lock}

[5]Mudra:-                                                       {Finger –posture}

{a}  Vayu Mudra

[6] Dhayan                                                                {Meditation}

     Om Chanting

 

 [7] Yogic diet:-

Your diet should also Sattvic (light and predominantly vegetarian), easily digestible, containing plenty of fruit and salads. You must also drink plenty of fluids by way of water, fruit and vegetable juices, all of which help cool the brain and nerves. Also have plenty of curd and buttermilk but avoid milk and milk products such as butter and cheeses. Similarly, stay away from spicy foods, fast / junk foods, confectionery products, cigarettes and alcohol; any and every sort of intoxication, in fact, even wines. Above all, you should keep a cool head at all times and stop worrying about what might not be.

Scientific Explanation:-                               

Stress relief through Yoga Asana-

Stretching muscles and ligaments
Stretching has beneficial effects on the body. Stretching muscles and ligaments results to increase in blood supply to the muscles, ligaments and relax them by alleviating tension and stress, pressure in the nerves of that area.

Stress relief through Deep breathing (pranayama)
During retaining the yoga posture breathes is slow and deep. This increases the oxygen and prana supply to the target organ or gland. It reduces stress and anxiety.

Stress relief through Concentration and meditation
During slowly and deeply breathing the attention is focused on the target organ or gland. This brings the mind into play, and greatly increases the circulation and prana supply to the organ or gland.
Regular Yoga practice daily helps to regulate the breath and relax the body by gently releasing tension from the large muscle groups, flushing all parts of the body and brain with fresh blood, oxygen, and other nutrients, and increasing feelings of well-being.

Overall asana, pranayama and meditation clear all depression and rejuvenate the life.

Home remedies:-

  • Add 1/3 cup ginger and 1/3 cup baking soda to a hot bath for relaxation.
  • Rub little brahmi oil or castor oil on the soles of your feet at bedtime.
  • Drink a tea made from sage leaves sweetened with honey.
  • Chew 10-12 leaves of basil (tulsi) leaves twice a day.

Yogi Yoganand

Sticky
30 Sep 2020

Rejuvenation Of Your Body, Mind & Soul Through Yoga Therapy—

Rejuvenation Of Your Body, Mind & Soul Through Yoga Therapy—

Yoga, the science of life, explains not only about the diseases and their management but also about prevention of diseases and ways to attain longer, younger, happier life etc. This particular subject can also be called as Rejuvenation therapy.

Benefits Of Rejuvenation:

The following are the likely benefits of rejuvenation therapy:

  • Long life
  • Good memory
  • Stress relief
  • Depression
  • Cure depression
  • Prompt intelligence
  • Health
  • Youthfulness
  • Complexion
  • Colour
  • Voice
  • Magnanimity
  • Increased strength of the body and sense organs
  • Perfection of speech
  • Vitality
  • Brilliance
  • Concentration
  • Improves Immunity
  • Endurance
  • Blood pressure normalize
  • Gastrointestinal function normalizes
  • Excretory function
  • Mind/Body neuro connection improves
  • Harmonal balance
  • Positive  attitude
  • Self-acceptance
  • Sex power

Yoga Therapy :-

       {1}  Sankalp shakti                                           {Positive affirmation}                                 

           

{2}Shatkarma                                                           {Purificatory techniques}

{a} Jalneti {Nose wash by water}

{b} Sankh- prakshalana {Mouth to anus gut wash}

    {3} Shukshma vyayam kriya                             {Micro Yogic Exercise}

{a} Shoulder rotation

{b} Spinal Roll or Rocking Exercise

{c} Neck Exercises

    {4} Yogasanas                                                                  {posture}

{a}  Sarvangasana { Shoulder stand}

{b}  Halasana { Plough Posture}

{c}  Mayurasana {peacock pose}

{d} Vajrasana { Adamantine}

{e} Shirsasana{Head stand}

{f}  Shavasana{Corpse}

{h} Matsyasana{Fish}

{i} Paschimottanasana {Posterior posture}

  {5} Pranayama                       {Body-mind energising breathing practices}

{a} Anulome –vilome { Alternate nostrilar }

  {6}Bandhas:-                                            {Bands}

{a} Uddiyana band {Abdominal lock}

   {7}Mudras:                                            {posture}

{a} Vipreetkarni mudra

{b} Ashwini mudra {Horse gesture}

   {8}Mudras:                                            {Finger –posture}

{a} Pran mudra

{b} Gyan mudra

  {9} Om mantra Chanting                                                        

 {10} Dhayan                                                        {Meditation}

{11}Yogic Music:

{12} Rejuvenation Foods:

Almond: This nut is the king of nuts and is highly nutritious. It provides all the essential elements that your body needs. It is an effective health-building food, for both the body as well as mind. It provides copper, iron, phosphorus and vitamin B1. These elements exert synergic action and help in formation of new blood cells and haemoglobin. These nutrients play a lead role in maintaining smooth physiological functions of the brain, nerves, bones, heart and liver. Almond preserves the vitality of the brain, strengthens the muscles and prolongs life. You can use almond in treating several diseases like anaemia, constipation, skin disorders and respiratory diseases. It restores sexual energy, which is lost due to nervous debility and brain weakness as well as strengthen sexual power. You can use almonds by soaking them in water and grind them in fine paste after removing the skin.

Amaranth: You can use amaranth, which is a green leafy vegetable to prevent deficiency of vitamins A, B1, B2 and C, calcium, iron and potassium. It provides you protection against several disorders like defective vision, respiratory infections, recurrent colds, retarded growth and sterility. Eating this vegetable regularly prevents premature ageing and disturbance of calcium and iron metabolism. As you grow old, calcium molecules are deposited in the bone tissue, which is influenced by improper molecular movements of iron in the tissues. When you eat amaranth regularly, you can prevent the haphazard movement of calcium and iron and thus avoid premature ageing.

Apple: Apple plays a crucial role in maintaining good health and in prevention and cure of many ailments. It is a highly nutritive food and contains minerals and vitamins in plenty. It plays a crucial role in the treatment of anaemia, constipation, diarrhea, dysentery, stomach disorders, headache, heart disease, high blood pressure, rheumatic problems, eye and dental disorders. The major components of apple are vitamin B1, phosphorus and potassium help in synthesizing glutamic acid, which controls the wear and tear of nerve cells. If you suffer from nervous disorders like extreme tiredness, lack of concentration, lack of memory, mental irritability and mental depression. It is a very effective nerve tonic and revives and renews the nerves. You can use it tone up a weak and rundown human system. It removes all the deficiencies of the vital organs and strengthens the body. It also tones up the body and the brain as it contains more phosphorus and iron than any other fruit or vegetable. When you eat it with milk regularly, it promotes health and youthfulness and helps build healthy and bright skin as well as a calming and relaxing effect.

Banana: Banana is a fruit containing great nutritive value. It has a rare combination of energy, tissue-building material, protein, vitamins and minerals. It is a rich source of calories with large percentage of solids and small percentage of water content than other fruits. You can get more than 100 calories from a large banana. You get instant energy from this fruit as well as recover from fatigue due to presence of sugar that can be assimilated easily. You can treat many disorders like intestinal disorders, dysentery, constipation, diarrhea, arthritis, gout, anaemia, allergies, kidney stones, tuberculosis and urinary disorders. Ancient physicians in India and Persia considered this fruit as the nature’s secret of perpetual youth. Even today, banana is associated with promoting healthy digestion and helps to create a feeling of youthfulness and promotes retention of calcium, phosphorus and nitrogen, leading building sound and renewed tissues. It is also a rich source of invert sugar which gives you youthful metabolism.

Cabbage: Cabbage is one of the best leafy vegetables and an excellent food item. It is an excellent muscle builder and cleanser. It contains high sulphur and chlorine content and a large percent of iodine. The combination of sulphur and chlorine cleanses the mucus membrane of the stomach and intestinal tract but only when you consume cabbage in the raw or juice form without the addition of salt. It helps in preventing and curing constipation, stomach ulcers, obesity and skin disorders. It contains many elements that enhance the immunity of your body. Some of these elements prevent the formation of the patches on the walls of your blood vessels and stones in gall bladder. It contains vitamin P and C which give strength to the blood vessels.

Curd: Curd or yoghurt is a lactic acid fermentation of milk. It is a highly versatile and health-promoting food and has a great therapeutic value. The bacteria that converts milk into curd prohibits the growth of the hostile bacteria in the intestinal tract and promote friendly bacteria needed for digestion. These good bacteria help in absorption of the minerals and help in synthesis of vitamins of B group. Curd helps in treating and preventing gastro-intestinal disorders, insomnia, hepatitis, jaundice and skin disorders. It prolongs your life. Taking sufficient curd in your daily diet will prevent premature ageing and decay.

Custard Apple: This is one of the most delicious of tropical fruits. It is cool and refreshing to the heart and has essential body-building elements. It has excellent medicinal properties. It is very useful in treatment of tuberculosis. It contains the qualities of rejuvenating drugs. It increases and maintains blood, sharpens memory, builds up radiant health and increases life span. Since this fruit has plenty of fat and proteins, it develops muscular strength and tones up the heart.  It aids brain and the nervous system. Eating the pulp of this fruit with honey or jaggery will work as a nutritive tonic for the old people.

Fenugreek: Fenugreek is an excellent leafy green vegetable which has many therapeutic properties. Eating it regularly will keep the body clean and healthy. Its leaves are fragrant, cooling and laxative. They play a vital role in blood formation and prevent anaemia as well as aid digestion and prevent flatulence and sluggish liver. Steam the leaves to preserve the vitamins contained in them. Seeds of the plant contain aromatic oil which is similar in composition to the cod-liver oil and gives the reputation of sex rejuvenator to the plant. It enhances the sperm count in semen. The seeds play an important role in treatment of pellagra and nervous disorders. They form an important part of treatment of diabetes. Drinking tea made from the seeds helps in reducing fever, cleansing stomach, bowels, kidneys and respiratory tract of excess mucus. Make the tea by steeping a teaspoon of seeds in a cup of boiling water. You can also consume them in the form of sprouts or powdered and added to foods and juices.

Garlic: Garlic is a major condiment and is highly respected for its health-building properties from ancient times. Garlic has been reputed to be good for the heart, food for the hair, a stimulant to the appetite and a strengthening food. It is excellent carminative and nerve tonic. Its volatile oil gives it a therapeutic value. Garlic can prevent and cure tuberculosis, pneumonia, diphtheria, thypus as well as respiratory infections like dry, hacking coughs, colds, asthma and bronchitis. It provides relief in dyspepsia, colic and flatulence. It kills round as well as thread worms. You can treat some types of dysentery and diarrhea. It has counter-irritant and rubefacient properties and can compress form for pleurisy and tuberculosis of the larynx. Using garlic even when you are healthy gives you strength, increases longevity and keeps you fit for work in the old age. Since it is natural and harmless aphrodisiac, you can use it as a tonic for loss of sexual power, sexual debility and impotency caused by overindulgence in sex and nervous exhaustion from dissipating habit. You will be highly benefited if you are an old man of high nervous tension and decreasing sexual tension.

Honey: Honey is reputed for unique nutritional and medicinal properties. Pollen in honey contains all the 22 amino acids, 28 minerals, 11 enzymes, 14 fatty acids and 11 carbohydrates. Honey is useful in treatments of several ailments like anaemia, pulmonary diseases, irritating cough, insomnia, oral problems, eye afflictions and stomach disorders. It is one of the richest source of heat and energy and hence invaluable in old age. You get energy from the carbohydrate foods and honey is the easily digestible carbohydrate. It enters into the blood stream directly because it contains dextrine and provides instantaneous energy. You will surely benefit by taking honey if you have weak digestion. It benefits all the organs in your body and hence is an excellent medicine for all types of diseases.

Indian Gooseberry: This fruit is the richest natural source of vitamin C and can be readily assimilated by the human system. It plays an important part in maintaining good health and longevity. Take a tablespoon of fresh gooseberry juice and honey together and use it as a medicine for the treatment of many ailments like respiratory disorders, diabetes, heart disease, eye disorders, rheumatism, scurvy, diarrhea and dysentery. Taking it daily in the morning will promote vigour in the body in the short time. It has many revitalizing effects. There is an element present in it which plays a crucial role in preventing ageing and in retaining strength in the old age. It improves your body’s resistance and provides protection against infection.  It strengthens the heart, hair and the glands in the body. It has been shown that regular use of this fruit will return your virility.

Lettuce: Lettuce is the king of salad plants. It is a live food and has rich vitamin content, especially antiscorbutic vitamin C. It is bulky, has low food value but high health value. It is the rich source of mineral salts with a lot of them being alkaline. This keeps your blood clean, mind alert and body in good health. Its many health-building properties make it invaluable in old age. It provides many essential values to your body. It affects your brain, nervous system and lungs. Its raw juice is cool and refreshing. It is a rich source of magnesium which vitalizes your muscular tissues, the nerves and the brain.

Milk: Milk has a special position in our daily life. Its major role is to maintenance of health and healing diseases. It is a complete food as it contains fat, protein, carbohydrates, all the known vitamins and minerals and the food ingredients necessary for sustaining life and maintaining health. The protein in the milk is of the highest biological standard and possesses all the amino acids needed for building your body and cell repairing. Milk is very valuable in the treatment of fevers, genitor-urinary disorders, jaundice, weak teeth, thinness and eye disorders. Milk has a reputation of increasing and maintaining strength, improving memory, removes exhaustion and promoting long life.

Onion: Onion is a pungent root of the garlic family as is the most potent of all natural foods. Since ancient times, people have used it for treatment of diseases like cough, cold, bronchitis, influenza, tuberculosis, anaemia, bleeding piles, dropsy, tooth and ear disorders. It stimulates the blood circulation in the mucous membranes and is a potent germ killer. Chew an onion for five minutes to destroy all the bacteria in the lining of the mouth. Onion is a therapeutic agent for treating high blood pressure and problems of the circulatory system. Boiling or frying the vegetable will reduce the possibility of heart attacks by raising your blood’s capacity to dissolve or prevent deadly internal clots. It is one of the most important aphrodisiac foods, next to garlic. It increases libido and strengthens the reproductive organs. Peel of the white variety of onion, crush and fry in pure butter and take it regularly with a tablespoon of honey on an empty stomach. This is an excellent aphrodisiac tonic onion emits a certain type of radiation called M-rays. It stimulates cell activity and rejuvenates the system.

Raisins: Raisins or dried grapes have high food value, due to their high sugar content. They contain eight times more sugar than grapes and the sugar is of superior quality. A large portion of this sugar is formed by glucose and fruit sugar. They produce instant heat and energy in the body. They are an excellent food in all types of debility and wasting diseases. It is valuable in acidosis, constipation, anaemia, thinness and febrile cases. You can use black raisins for restoring sexual vigour. Boil them with milk, after washing them thoroughly with tepid water. This will swell them up and sweeten them. Eat these raisins followed by milk. Start with 30 gms of raisins and 200 ml of milk, three times a day. Increase the quantity of raisins gradually to 50 grams each time.

Soyabean: This food is high in food value. It is a rich source of protein, vitamins, minerals and other food ingredients. The protein in this bean is complete as it contains all the essential amino acids and is of great biological value. The amino acid exists in proportions that make them most available and most valuable for human needs. It is the best of all vegetable proteins and ranks along with the protein of milk, egg and meat. But the amount of protein in soyabean is far higher. While the protein in the animal produce leaves acid ash, soyabean has plenty of alkaline salts and hence can be included in the corrective diet. Soyabean in the form of milk is very good in the old age. It is an excellent nerve tonic and is useful in nervous disorders like mental irritability, nervous tension, insomnia, forgetfulness and neuritis. The presence of high concentration of lecithin, vitamin B1, phosphorus and glutamic acid tones up the nervous system. Mix a cup of soyabean milk with a teaspoon of honey every night.

Sunflower seeds: Sunflower seeds are the most familiar of all edible seeds. They are highly concentrated at the core of the sunflowers. They are rich in protein, phosphorus and iron and a very good source of B-complex vitamins. They contain 50% fat and thus they form a highly satisfying food and prevent the let-down feeling of fatigue and weariness that accompanies old age. They contain large amount of linoleic acid which is the type of fat that lowers cholesterol deposits in the arterial walls. They protect the health of the brain, nerves, skin and digestive tract. They are useful in treatment of anaemia and respiratory diseases like bronchitis, tonsillitis, influenza and cough. You can sprinkle the seeds over cereals, salads, yoghurt and soups or mixed with vegetables.

Wheat: One of the most widely used cereals for making bread is wheat. It is a good source of energy. Each part of the grain provides us with elements needed by our body. Starch and gluten provide heat and energy; the inner bran gives us coats, phosphates and other mineral salts; roughage comes from the outer part; the germ gives vitamins B and E; and protein builds and repairs muscular tissue. The whole wheat including bran and wheat germ provides protection against diseases such as constipation, ischaemic heart disease, diverticular disease of the colon and thus prolongs life. You grow wheat grass which is grown by spreading the soaked wheat grains in earth-filled earthen pots. It is a wonder plant, which is an extremely rich source of chlorophyll, which can be a body cleanser, rebuilder and neutralizer of toxins. Many minerals too are present. Wheat juice gives your body the vital nutrients and extra energy. Drinking this juice regularly will flush out toxins from the body, maintain good health and prolong life. It is valuable in prevention and treatment of skin diseases, digestive system problems and circulatory disorders.

 

{13}Ayurvedic formula for revuvenation:-

                   

Name Of The Formulation Benefits And Useful Conditions
Chyavanaprasa Decreases the aging process, increases intelligence, cures cough, dyspnoea, fever, degenerative diseases, heart diseases, gout, urinary disorders,strengthens the reproductive system (women)
Triphala rasayana Cures all the diseases, increases intellect, lifespan, essence of life (ojas) and controls diabetes
Goksura Rasayana Increases body strength and the person becomes capable of doing any work, attains good appearance,long life and becomes sexually active
Bhallataka Rasayana Beneficial for incurable diabetes, worm infestations, skin diseases, leprosy, piles (haemorrhoids), obesity and diseases caused by all the three doshas
Lashuna Rasayana (Garlic) There is no disease in the world that cannot be cured by garlic rejuvenation therapy

 General Instructions :

Yoga posture will only take 20 minutes to complete and can be done by persons of all ages. Please review the deep breathing exercises and alternative nostril breathing and rhythmic breathing to supplement these postures.

  1. These posture , pranayama, om chanting,finger mudra specialize in brain and spinal rejuvenation, since this produces the maximum body and mind rejuvenation.
  2. These posture,pranayama, mudra,meditation,band,micro yoga exercise will produce a healthy central nervous system (brain and spine), healthy glands, healthy internal organs, healthy joints and healthy skin.
  3. If you suffer from high blood pressure ,dizziness or serious eye problems, you should not do the inverted postures (headstand, shoulder stand and reverse posture) until these conditions improve.
  4. A small proportion of people feel worse for up to two weeks after starting the postures. This is because the yoga postures cause die body to eliminate toxins. After this you will start to feel much better.It is common to feel muscle soreness after the first few sessions, too, because you are stretching muscles which haven’t been used before. Just do the postures gently with no strain. To minimize any soreness for the first two weeks, do the postures later in the day (before lunch or the evening meal) when joints are less stiff.
  5. Always do the postures in the sequence indicated.
  6. The best time to do the postures, once initial soreness is overcome, is in the early morning or in the early evening before the evening meal.

Never exercise on a full stomach. Wait at least three hours after eating a main meal, about one half hour after eating a light snack and about half an hour after drinking juices.

After finishing the postures, wait about a quarter of an hour before eating.

  1. Do the postures in the garden or in a room with the windows open.
  2. The postures should be done slowly with no strain. Breathe slowly and deeply with the abdomen only. When inhaling, push the abdomen out, and when exhaling allow the abdomen to return to its normal position.

Concentrate on the particular organs and glands which the asana affects. Keep your eyes closed.

After each posture or group of postures, rest for a short while.

Aim to do the postures six days a week. Don’t skip sessions; it is regularity which produces results. If you experience any pain or dizziness when doing a particular posture, stop doing it and try again in a few months time.

 Can yoga help in rejuvenation

Body  & Mind rejuvenation is associated with longevity of life and aids in purification of the body. It is a practice which helps the yogis to achieve mortality. It can also be considered as a practice of yoga which provides exercise to all the organs of the body in order to feel active and rejuvenated.

Yoga breath exercises helps to inhale and exhale in appropriate manner so as to regulate the metabolism in the body. The breathing exercises should be done several times a day to compensate with our improper breathing activities for whole day. The breathing practice of the people is highly affected due to the various kinds of hectic work people undertake which provides strain to the body.

The pranayama (Breath control) exercises of Yoga help in regulation of the breath and aid in proper exercise of the body. It helps to treat the body on the whole. Body rejuvenation therapy helps to treat not only the disease but whole body in order to enjoy great health. Body rejuvenation also manages the manner and the amount of energy consumed in the body and regulates if undue energy is depleted in the body in various forms. It helps to manage the amount of body fluids in the body and keeps the muscles fresh. It curbs the inflammation in any organ of the body and boosts the immunity. It repairs the cells affected due to constant wear and tear of the body and makes up for the losses in the energy levels of the body. It is the force which rules the life by balancing the functions of the nervous system.

Nadi shuddhi (purification of the food pipe) and the purification of the blood in the nerves work wonders for the overall health of the individual. It provides relief to the patients. It works by treating the inflammation and removal of toxins in the body which is the main cause for most of the diseases which leads to various complications in near future.

Body rejuvenation helps to manage both mind and body and helps one free oneself from the materialism of the world. Certain time should be devoted to it everyday in order to enjoy best of health and spirit. It aids in better functioning of the organs of the body and the wellness provided by Body rejuvenation is unmatched to any other medical treatment. If Body rejuvenation can be practiced it can lead one to enlightenment and attain spirituality. It can be termed as a master medicine for all the bodily ailments.

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By-  Yogi Yoganand ,                                    

30 Sep 2020

PIMPLES

                        PIMPLES

Acne  is an inflammation of the skin that causes blackheads, whiteheads, and red spots usually called “pimples”.

Causes

The cause of acne is not fully understood. Though stress can aggravate acne, it clearly does not cause it.

Hormones. Common acne in teenagers starts with an increase in hormone production. During puberty, both boys and girls produce high levels of androgens, the male sex hormones that include testosterone. Testosterone signals the body to make more sebum, the oil produced in the skin’s oil glands.

Bacteria. Excess sebum clogs the openings to hair follicles — especially those on the face, neck, chest, and back. Bacteria grow in these clogged follicles. This makes blackheads or whiteheads, also known as ”comedones,” form on the skin’s surface. Sometimes, this clogging causes the follicle wall to break under the pressure of this buildup. When this happens, sebum leaks into nearby tissues and forms a pustule or a papule — this is called inflammatory acne. Larger, tender pustules are called nodules.

Depending on the type of pill, oral contraceptives may trigger acne in some women but suppress it in others. Some injectable contraceptives and intrauterine birth control devices (IUD) may also cause acne. Steroids taken by some bodybuilders and other athletes can also lead to severe outbreaks.

Some Other Causes-

Things that irritate your skin can also cause acne. These include:

  • rubbing or friction from your clothes
  • contact with a dog’s tongue (e.g., after a friendly lick)
  • skin contact with certain sports equipment
  • certain cosmetics
  • skin exposure to extreme temperatures

Symptoms

Symptoms and Complications of Acne

Acne symptoms vary from person to person. They include:

  • blackheads (black spots the size of a pinhead) are open right on the surface of your skin (superficial) and don’t leave scars
  • whiteheads or pustules, the most common type of acne, are usually the first lesions people get – they don’t turn black because they’re not exposed to the air
  • deep pustules and cysts look irritated; they’re usually red and swollen with visible pus
  • deep acne can be more severe – it’s usually red, inflamed, filled with pus, and painful to touch

Deep acne often appears on the back and chest. It’s usually the most difficult type of acne to treat and may leave scarring. Deep acne includes pustules and cysts, both of which can appear on the skin’s surface. Some, however, are deep in the layers of the skin. If they burst, the pus that’s released will cause more lesions.

Acne is a common skin condition characterized by pimples, mostly on the face, upper chest, shoulders, and back. It occurs in adolescence around puberty when the body starts secreting the sex hormones. It is  caused by an interaction between hormones, skin oils and bacteria that result in inflammation of hair follicles leading to black heads or cysts that may go on to form  abscesses that are  pus-filled pockets.

Sebaceous glands, which secrete an oily substance called sebum, lie in   the middle layer of skin (dermis) and are attached to the hair follicles. The Sebum that provides the healthy protective coating and luster to the skin reaches the surface through the pores in the skin. The secretions by these glands as well as the sweat glands that produce the watery sweat are in dynamic balance. This responds to both environmental changes (outside) and mood changes (inside). Acne is caused by excessive production of sebum that commonly happens due to the hormonal changes of puberty. Our mind controls the function of these glands through the messages that reach the skin via the  nervous system and also through several chemical messengers of the immune system (called cytokines). The internal violence produced by the uncontrolled emotional surges that go with adolescence release abnormal amounts of these messengers  that suppress the immune system. This results in  a collection of dried sebum that blocks the free flow of the same and promotes overgrowth of the bacteria; Propioni bacterium acnes, which are normally present in the hair follicle. These bacteria break down the sebum into substances that irritate the skin. The resulting inflammation and infection produce the skin eruptions that are commonly known as acne pimples. If the infection worsens, an abscess may form, which may rupture into the skin, creating even more inflammation. The situation  becomes worse with depression and the anger that follows when the person starts worrying about the facial appearance . Several types of lesions can occur in acne. Whiteheads and red papules are non painful rashes that are elevated above the surface of the skin that heal quickly leaving no scar if they are not handled and squeezed. Blackheads occur when a pore is only partially blocked, allowing some of the trapped sebum to slowly drain to the surface. The black color is not caused by dirt; it is a reaction of the skin’s own pigment, melanin, reacting with the oxygen in the air. Pustules are painful rashes with  a red circle and a white or yellow centre. These are the once that can leave a scar when they heal.

Yoga can be of great help to people who suffer from problems of acne.

Yogic cure:-

                 [1] Shatkarma                                        {Purificatory techniques}

 

                             {a} Jalneti –                                   {Nose wash by water}

 

      [2]Yogasanas                                               {Posture}

{a} Pavanamuktasana                          {Wind  release}

{b}Trikonasana                                       {Tringle}

{c} Padahastasana

{d}Ardhachakrasana                                         {Half wheel}

{e}Vipareetkarani                                            {Reverse posture}

{f}Sarvangasana                                               {Shoulder stand}

{g}Matsyasana                                                 {Fish}

{h}Halasana                                                     {Plough}

{i}Sirshasana                                                   {Head stand}

{j}Surya namaskar                                           {Sun salute}

 [3] Pranayama                    {Body-mind energising breathing practices}

{a} Nadisuddhi

{b} Shitali

{c} Seetkari

{d} Bhramari

{e} OM meditation

 [4} Bandhas:-                                         {Bands}    

         {a}Mool bandha                            {Anal lock}       

 [5] Mudras:                                           {Finger-posture}

       {a} Varun mudra

      {b} Apan vayu mudra

 

  [6] Dhayan                                          {Meditation}

Diet:

It is important to avoid constipation by a healthy vegetarian Satvik diet. Reduce the use of heavy spices such as Chilli’s, onion and garlic and increase the use of healthy spices such as turmeric, Jira and coriander. Use  Tulsi tea and apply Neem leaf paste (Neem based creams) to the face. Avoid non-veg, fried  food, milk products and chocolate.

 [8] Fasting

Scientific explanation

Yoga can be of great help to people who suffer from problems of acne. It is important to avoid constipation by a healthy vegetarian Satvic diet. Reduce the use of heavy spices such as Chillis, onion and garlic and increase the use of healthy spices such as turmeric, Jira and coriander. Use  Tulsi tea and apply Neem leaf paste (Neem based creams) to the face. Avoid non-veg, fried  food, milk products and chocolate.  Cleansing techniques such as kapalabhati several times in the day and practice of Neti Dhouti once a week are very useful. One hour of daily session of yoga should include dynamic Suryanamaskaras(12rounds), Pavanamuktasana, standing forward bending postures(Trikonasana, Parivritta Triknasana, Prasarita Padahastasana, Ardhacakrasana) and inverted postures (Viparitakarani, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Halasana and Sirsasana) followed by ten minutes of deep relaxation in supine posture. These help in better circulation of blood to the upper part of the body and promotes free flow of the sebum and prevents the clogging of the pores.

Pranayama(Chandranuloma Viloma 12 rounds four times a day, Nadisuddhi 12 rounds four times a day, Shitali, Seetkari and Bhramari), OM meditation (including Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi components as described in our publication “yoga for positive health”) are essential components of the daily practice to help unwind the stresses and get better mastery over the violent surges of emotions. Understanding the concepts of karma yoga and bhakti yoga helps one to move towards a balanced functioning of the mind which reflects in healthy harmonious production of the chemicals that is at the root cause of acne.

Precautions:-

Some Prevention Tips For Acne, Pimples, Blemishes And Marks

  • Keep the face clean of dirt and grime by washing it regularly.
  • Protect the face and skin from the sun.
  • Do not touch the skin or face without reason and take care not to pinch or squeeze pimples, pustules etc.
  • Use oil free make up.
  • Keep the hair too oil free and shampoo daily if need be.
  • Go outdoors and enjoy fresh air.
  • Do regular exercise and go for regular walks.
  • Consume raw, green leafy vegetables and fruits and fresh fruit juices.
  • Drink lots of water to keep skin well hydrated and avoid accumulation of wastes.
  • Avoid junk foods, excessively spiced and oily foods.

It needs to be mentioned here that it is a myth that chocolates causes acne.

Further suggestion:-

There are a lot of lotions and medicines on the market to treat pimples but they can take time. Many natural methods are effective in treating pimples within a very short time period.

Here are the top 10 ways to get rid of pimples fast.

  1. Ice

Ice can be used to quickly get rid of pimples. It helps in improving blood circulation to the affected area, and in freezing the skin pores and removing dirt and oil accumulated on the skin. You can use ice cubes or crushed ice, whichever is convenient.

  1. Wrap the ice in a piece of cloth and hold it on the affected skin area for a few seconds.
  2. Wait a few minutes and repeat the process.

When used repeatedly on the pimples throughout the day, ice helps reduce inflammation or swelling and will immediately soothe your skin.

  1. Lemon

Another quick way to get rid of pimples is the use of lemon juice, which is rich in vitamin C. Lemon juice helps pimples dry up faster. Be sure to use fresh lemon juice and not bottled juice, which has preservatives. There are a couple of ways to apply this remedy.

  • Dip a clean cotton swab in fresh lemon juice and apply it to the pimples before going to bed.
  • You can also make a paste by mixing one tablespoon of lemon juice with one teaspoon of cinnamon powder and put it on the pimples overnight. In the morning, wash the skin well with lukewarm water. However, this particular remedy is not suitable for those with sensitive skin.
  1. Honey

Honey is a source of natural antibiotics that can speed up the healing process, as well as help prevent infections.

  1. Dip and clean cotton swab in honey, put it directly on the affected area and leave it on for half an hour.
  2. Wash the skin well with lukewarm water.

Another option is to mix honey and cinnamon together to make a paste and applying it over the pimples before going to bed. In the morning, there will be less inflammation or swelling. Wash the skin well with cold water.

  1. Toothpaste

The toothpaste that you use every morning to clean your teeth also can be used to treat pimples quickly. It is most effective when used following the ice remedy. You must use white toothpaste; avoid using gel toothpaste.

  1. Apply some white toothpaste over the affected skin area before going to bed.
  2. In the morning, wash your face with water and you will see a significant improvement in the swelling.

If you wish, you can repeat the process in the daytime also. Just make sure the toothpaste remains on the pimples for at least half an hour.

  1. Steam

Steaming is wonderful for your skin at any time, but particularly when you have pimples. The steam will open your pores and allow your skin to breathe. This helps get rid of oils, dirt and bacteria trapped in the pores that can cause infection or inflammation.

  1. Fill a large container with hot water and allow the steam to come in contact with your face for a few minutes.
  2. Rinse your face with lukewarm water and, after drying, apply an oil-free moisturizer.

This treatment will also give your complexion a lovely glow.

  1. Garlic

Garlic is an antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic and antioxidant agent that can help in the fast treatment of pimples. The sulfur in garlic also promotes quick healing of pimples.

  1. Cut a fresh garlic clove into two pieces.
  2. Rub the garlic on the pimples and leave it for five minutes before washing the skin with lukewarm water.
  3. Repeat the treatment several times a day.

Eating one raw garlic clove daily can also help purify your blood. But do not to eat too much raw garlic as it can upset the stomach.

  1. Baking Soda

Baking soda is a good option for all, but especially those with sensitive skin because it will not cause any kind of skin irritation.

  1. Make a thick paste by mixing one teaspoon of baking soda with some water or lemon juice.
  2. Wash your skin well, leaving it slightly damp. Apply the paste on the affected areas and allow it to dry for a few minutes. Never keep baking soda on your skin for longer than a few minutes as it can cause dryness.
  3. Wash your face with warm water and apply a moisturizer.
  4. Repeat the process twice a day for quick results.
  5. Peppermint

Peppermint is a powerful herb that can help eliminate pimples very fast. The calming, soothing effect of the menthol present in peppermint helps reduce the irritation and redness caused by pimples. Its antibacterial and antiviral properties also help kill bacteria that causes pimples.

  1. Crush some peppermint leaves to extract the juice.
  2. Apply the juice gently on your pimples and leave it for 10 minutes.
  3. Wash your skin with cold water.

If fresh peppermint leaves are not available, you can use peppermint oil, which contains a number of vitamins and essential fatty acids. Take two to three drops of peppermint oil and apply it on your pimples. Massage the oil for a few minutes and then rinse with water.

Yogi Yoganand

 

 

 

30 Sep 2020

Migraine

Migraine

Definition

only on one side of the head.

Some people who get migraines have warning symptoms, called an aura, before the actual headache begins. An aura is a group of symptoms, usually vision disturbances, that serve as a warning sign that a bad headache is coming. Most people, however, do not have such warning signs.

See also:

  • Migraine without aura (no warning symptoms)
  • Migraine with aura (visual disturbances before the headache starts)
  • Mixed tension migraine (features of both migraines and tension headache)

Alternative Names

Headache – migraine

Causes:-

A lot of people get migraines — about 11 out of 100. The headaches tend to start between the ages of 10 and 46 and may run in families. Migraines occur more often in women than men. Pregnancy may reduce the number of migraines attacks. At least 60 percent of women with a history of migraines have fewer such headaches during the last two trimesters of pregnancy.

Until the 1980s, scientists believed that migraines were due to changes in blood vessels within the brain. Today, most believe the attack actually begins in the brain itself, and involves various nerve pathways and chemicals in the brain.

A migraine attack can be triggered by stress, food, environmental changes, or some other factor. However, the exact chain of events remains unclear.

Migraine attacks may be triggered by:

  • Allergic reactions
  • Bright lights, loud noises, and certain odors or perfumes
  • Physical or emotional stress
  • Changes in sleep patterns
  • Smoking or exposure to smoke
  • Skipping meals
  • Alcohol
  • Menstrual cycle fluctuations, birth control pills
  • Tension headaches
  • Foods containing tyramine (red wine, aged cheese, smoked fish, chicken livers, figs, and some beans), monosodium glutamate (MSG), or nitrates (like bacon, hot dogs, and salami)
  • Other foods such as chocolate, nuts, peanut butter, avocado, banana, citrus, onions, dairy products, and fermented or pickled foods

Symptoms

Migraine headaches, which can be dull or severe, usually:

  • Feel throbbing, pounding, or pulsating
  • Are worse on one side of the head
  • Last 6 to 48 hours

Symptoms accompanying migraines include:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Sensitivity to light or sound
  • Loss of appetite
  • Fatigue
  • Numbness, tingling, or weakness

Warning signs (auras) that can precede a migraine include seeing stars or zigzag lines, tunnel vision, or a temporary blind spot.

Symptoms that may linger even after the migraine has gone away include:

  • Feeling mentally dull, like your thinking is not clear or sharp
  • Increased need for sleep
  • Neck pain

 Yogic cure:-

                          [1]Shatkarma                                      {purificatory techniques}

                               {a}  Kunjal                                         {Volitional stomach wash}

                               {b} Sutrneti                                       {Nose wash by string}

                               {c} Jalneti                                           {Nose wash by water}   

                               {d} Kapalbhati                                  {Lungs & brain wash by breathing}

                               {e} Shankhprakshalana                 {Mouth to anus gut wash}              

           [2] Yogasanas                                                  {posture}

{a} Trikonasana                                  {Triangle pose}

{b}  Tadasana                                       {Palm tree}

{c}  Padahastasana                             {Hand to feet pose}

{d}  Pachchimottasana                      {Posterior posture}                                                                                                                               

                              {e}  Vajrasana                                       {Adamantine}

                              {f}   Ardha matsyenrdrasans           {Half spinal twist}

                              {g}  Matsyasana                                   {Fish}         

                              {h}  Shavasana.                                    {Corpse}

 [3]Pranayama                        {body-mind energising breathing practices}

{a} Kapalbhati             {Lungs & brain wash by breathing}

{b} Ujjayi                       {Hissing pranayama}

{c} Sheetali                   {Beak-tongue pranayama}

{d} Bhastrika               {Bellow pranayama}

                             {e} Nadisodhan

                             {f} Bhramri                  {Humming bee pranayama} 

      [4]Bandhas:-                                                           {Bands}

{a} Tribandha                                            {Triple bandha}

        [5] Mudras:                                                          {Finger –posture}

{a} Mritsanjivini mudra

{b} Vipreetkarni mudra

      [6]   Dhayan                                                        {Meditation}

 {7}Yogic diet:

                           Irregularities of diet and excessive exertion must be avoided.

The diet should have low content of fats and oils.

Avoid hot, spicy foods, fermented foods, and sour or citrus fruits.

Exposure to heat or cold should be avoided.

   [8]   Fasting

 Home remedies:

  • Preventive method for certain individuals getting migraines at midday — Take a ripe banana, peel it, and chop banana into pieces, and add 1 teaspoon warm ghee, 1 teaspoon date sugar, and a pinch of cardamom. Take this early morning.
  • Put 5 drops of warm brahmi in each nostril. It will help to relieve the pain.
  • Inhale basil oil.
  • Apply the paste of fine lemon crusts on forehead.

Precautions:-

: Ushtrasana, Matsysana, Dhanurasana, Chakrasana, Sarvangasana, Halasana should be avoided.

Further suggestion:-

Shirshasana maybe practiced for one minute and Shavasana for five minutes daily.

Treatment with pranayama can be started only after an attack is over.

Pranayama should be preceded by three rounds of Kapalabhati. Six rounds of Shitali pranayama (without kumbhaka) may be practiced in the end.

Migraine is an ailment which does not have a complete cure. Meditation, acupuncture and Yoga can help a person get some relief. The best is to take some preventive steps and stop the attack at the initial stage.

Yogi Yoganand

29 Sep 2020

Menstrual Disorders

     Menstrual Disorders

 

Definition

Anything that interferes with the normal menstrual cycle, causing pain, unusually heavy or light bleeding, or missed periods

Comman  causes:-

causes –

Potential causes of menstrual Disorders-

Menstrual irregularities [ Disorders ] can be caused by a variety of underlying factors, such as a pelvic infection, or a disease, disorder or condition of the ovaries or uterus. Causes of menstrual irregularities include:

Extremely low levels of body fat, which can be caused by malnourishment, extreme physical training, or eating disorders

Endometriosis

Obesity

Ovulation

Perimenopause and menopause

Polycystic ovary syndrome

Pregnancy

Puberty

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)

Side effect of certain medications, such as birth control pills

Stress

Tumors (inappropriate hormone release or inhibition)

Uterine fibroids or uterine polyps

Uterine, vaginal, cervical or ovarian cancer.

Common Types-

Menstrual irregularities are common abnormalities of a woman’s menstrual cycle. Menstrual irregularities include a variety of conditions in which menstruation is irregular, heavy, painful, or does not occur at all.

Common types of menstrual irregularities include:

  • Amenorrhea (when a teenager does not get her period by age 16, or when a woman stops getting her period for at least three months and is not pregnant)
  • Dysmenorrhea (painful menstrual periods)
  • Menorrhagia (heavy menstrual periods)
  • Oligomenorrhea (menstrual bleeding occurring more than 35 days after the last menstrual period, that is, less than 10 periods a year)
  • Polymenorrhea (menstrual bleeding occurring less than 21 days after the last menstrual period, that is, more than 12 periods a year)
  • Spotting (light irregular vaginal bleeding or vaginal bleeding between periods)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yj8D6Bm_Zkk

 Symptoms:-

These are some of the common symptoms:-

1.Excessive bleeding per vaginam.

2.Debility

3.Headache

4.Body pain

5.Irritability

6.Irrational fear

7.Palpitation.

Yogic  cure :-

  [1]  Shatkarma                                                { Purificatory techniques }

{a} Kunjal                                            {Volitional stomach wash}

{b} Jalabasti{Rectal wash}

{c} Sankh-prakshalana {Mouth to anus gut wash}

Kapalbhati

 

[2]  Yogasanas                                                  { Posture }

{a} Siddhasana                                       { Perfect}

{b}  Padmasana                                      { Lotus}

{c}  Vajrasana{ Adamantine }

{e}  Gaumukhasana{ Cow head }

{f}  Shavasana { Corpse}

{g}  Bhujangasana                                 { Cobra}

{h}  Dhanurasana { Bow}

{i}  Garudasana                                      { Eagle}

{j}  Kati-chakrasana {Lumber Wheel}

{k} Yogasana { Yoga }

{l}   Halasana                                          {Plough}

{M} Kukkutasana                                  {Hen }

{n} Akarna-Danurasana { Bow}

{o} Mandukasana                                  {Frog}

{p} Matsyasana                                      {Fish}

{q} Chakrasana                                      {Wheel}

 

 [3]Pranayama                 {Body-mind energising breathing practices}

{a} Bhramari                   { Humming  tongue pranayama}

{b} Anulome-vilome    { Alternate nostrilar pranayama}

{c} Sheetali              {Beak tongue pranayama}

{d} Ujjayi                          {Hissing pranayama}

{e} Aagnisar

[4]Bandhas:-                                                {Bands}

{a}Tribandha                                 {Triple bandha}

{b}Uddiyanabandha                   {Abdominal lock}

{c}Moolbandha                            {Anal lock}

 

            [5]Mudras:                                                        {Finger –posture}

{a} Yoni mudra

{b}Ashwini mudra

{c}pran mudra

 

               [6]Dhayan                                                        {Meditation}

              

Scientific explanation:-

The treatment recommended by modern medicine for these ailments cannot be considered to be very satisfactory. In a certain number of cases, some relief is obtained after prolonged x- ray and harmon therapy. However yogic treatment which can directly influence the pituitary and the ovaries can deal with these ailments most effectively. disorders of the muscles and nerves connected with the reproductive system which result from ovarian malfunction can also be remedied through yoga therapy. Needless to say, this therapy improves general physical fitness remarkably.

Precautions:-

Avoid physical exertion during menstruation.

The flow has to stop completely before one can resume the practice of inversion. As soon as the flow stops, begin with the practice of inversion.

Further suggestion:-

The right diet relieves symptoms, support the endocrine system and promotes good health throughout the menopause. It assists the body to adjust itself to change and keeps the hormones more balanced.

  • Try to avoid stress.
  • Try to control your diet and avoid more spicy, oily, hot and junk food and especially chilly.
  • Try to take more green leafy vegetable like Palak, Bathua, Methi, Sarso as they are rich in iron content especially the anaemic patients, Fruits like Banana, Anar, Papaya are also very good. Cereals and Black Chana are good to take.
  • Stabilize blood sugar levels: It is necessary to enable remaining hormones to the fully utilized. Large gaps between meals are not good for health. When Glucose levels fall to low, the adrenal glands release adrenalin and the pancreas releases glucagon’s to increase blood sugar. At this stage, people often seek a quick boost in the form of a sweet snacks. The surge in blood sugar requires the pancreas to produce insulin and puts further strain on the adrenals.

Yogi Yogendra

 

Yoga Exercises for Menstrual Disorders – Irregular Periods Problems, Diet Tips in English

 

 

Yoga & natural remedies for Menstrual Disorder

 

Nutritional Management During Menstrual Disorders, Diet, Tips for Healthy

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How to Relieve Menstrual Cramps & PMS | Reflexology

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29 Sep 2020

 Cure hypotension through Yoga Therapy  {Low blood pressure}

 Cure hypotension through Yoga Therapy  {Low blood pressure}

Definition:-

  In medical terminology, hypotension stands for erratically low blood pressure and blood pressure yoga remedies often seek to find solution to this neglected disease. It is often described more as a physiologic state than an ailment. It is often linked with shock, though they may not always be related. This is the reverse condition of hypertension. The consequences of hypotension can be severe and most blood pressure yoga remedies are focused on this ailment.

Alternative name:-

Low blood pressure, also called hypotension, is blood pressure that is low enough. That the flow of blood to the organs of the body is inadequate and symptoms and sings  Of  low blood flow develop.

Comman causes:-

The symptoms of low blood pressure include light- headedness, dizziness, and fainting

Symptoms:-

  • The main symptom of hypotension is dizziness and blood pressure yoga remedies seek to address this.
  • If the blood pressure drops seriously, seizures and fainting may occur.
  • Irregular heartbeat, shortness of breath and chest pain is the other signs of hypotension.
  • Some victims also suffer from temporary loss of vision and the aim of blood pressure yoga remedies is to fight these symptoms.

Yogic cure:-

[1] Shatkarma                              {Purificatory techniques}

{a} Kunjal                            {Volitional stomach  wash }

{b} Sutra neti                       { Nose wash by string }

{c} Jalaneti                          { Nose wash by water }

{d} Kapal-bhati                    { Lungs & brain –wash by breathing }

 [2] Yogasana                                  {Posture}

{a} Siddhasana                      { Perfect }

{b} Paschimottanasana         { Posterior stretch}

{c} Sarvangasana                  { Shoulder stand}

{d} Shirsasana                       { Head stand }

{e} Shavasana                       { Corpse}

{f}  Halasana                          {Plough}

{g} Surya namaskar               {Sun salute}

{h} Virasana                           {Hero’s pose}

{i} Shashankasana                 {Moon pose}

{j} Karn Pidasana

  [3] Pranayama            {Body-mind energising breathing practices}

{a} Bhastrika           {Bellow pranayama}

{b} Anulome vilome

{c} Kapalbhati         {Lungs and brain wash by breathing}

 [4] Bandhas:-                                      {Bands}

{a} Mool bandha {Anal lock}

{b} Jalandhara bandha                         {Chin lock}

[5] Mudras:                                     {Finger –posture}

{a} Apan mudra

{b} Vayu mudra

{c} Mritsanjivimi mudra

[6] Dhayan                                                        {Meditation}

 Diet – 

Diet For Low Blood Pressure

Eating right has always been seen as a sure cure for certain ailments and a way to keep certain illnesses and health problems away. When the patient has problems with low blood pressure, he/she should consider these dietary tips to help keep the body fit and healthy:

  • To treat low blood, a fresh fruit diet is suggested.
  • The patient is only allowed to eat all fresh fruit meals every five hours for five days straight. The next stage would be to add fresh milk to the fruit diet and this is to go on for a couple of weeks. A balanced diet of vegetables, fruits, seeds, grains, and nuts is then worked into this routine for better health.
  • Another way to treat low blood pressure with the use of food is to increase the person’s intake of protein-rich foods and vitamin B complex and vitamin C rich foods as well.
  • Many of the foods that are prohibited in people with high blood pressure are often beneficial in those who have low blood pressure. The patient only has to make sure to eat healthy and use common sense to determine if a certain food item is safe or not to eat.
  • Keeping oneself properly hydrated is essential in keeping low blood pressure away as well as in treating it. Since dehydration can cause low blood pressure, it is important for a person to drink at least 8 glasses of water every day to help keep dehydration from happening.

  Scientific appraisal in favour of yoga:-

The relaxation and exercise components of yoga have a major role to play in the treatment and prevention of low blood pressure (hypotension). A combination of biofeedback and yogic posture, bandha,breathing , mudra and relaxation techniques has been found to lower blood pressure and reduce the need for high blood pressure medication in people suffering from low blood pressure. In 20 patients with low blood pressure who practiced biofeedback and yoga techniques, five were able to stop their blood pressure medication completely, five were able to increese significantly the amount of medication they were taking, and another four had lower blood pressure than at the beginning of the three-month study.

 Precautions:-

  • People should drink adequate amounts of water. This helps prevent dehydration, a common cause of hypotension.
  • People who are taking medications that may cause hypotension (such as beta blockers or calcium channel blockers) should know the signs of low blood pressure. If symptoms of hypotension develop, they should visit their doctors. A doctor may then recommend a different dose or medication.
  • Individuals with heart problems should visit their doctors and cardiologists regularly. This helps reduce the risk of developing hypotension.
  • Individuals with a history of anaphylaxis should avoid substances that are known to trigger allergic reactions. These individuals should also carry an auto-injectable epinephrine device, called an EpiPen®, with them at all times. A trained family member or friend may help the patient administer the epinephrine, if necessary. Once the epinephrine auto-injector is used, patients should immediately go to the emergency department of the nearest hospital.
  • Infections should be treated promptly. This reduces the risk of developing septicemia, which may cause a sudden and dramatic drop in blood pressure.

Further suggestion:-

Following a healthy lifestyle is the best and safest way to control low blood pressure as well. Such lifestyle practice are natural, reduce greatly health risks and are absolutely cost-free.

  • To remain healthy, stay happy. Those who take stress all the time tend to develop health problems fast. Realize happiness is very essential for remaining healthy. Laugh out loud daily and release all the tensions.
  • Regularly doing exercise for at least 30 to 45 min. will help normalize your blood pressure.
  • Control your Weight.
  • Remember old saying you are what you eat, so your meal can certainly affect your BP. Eat healthy diet. Reduce sodium i.e. salt intake in your diet.
  • Drink at least 10-12 glasses of water daily.
  • Totally avoid beverages like alcohol, caffeine and tobacco.
  • As the basic cause of the disease in increased stress level try to identify things that affect you most. Then try to deal with them in a healthier way. A positive frame of mind helps most in this.

Yogi Yoganand

28 Sep 2020

Hair Loss (Baldness)

                                      Hair Loss (Baldness)

Definition-

Hair loss is the thinning of hair on the scalp. The medical term for hair loss is alopecia. Alopecia can be temporary or permanent. The most common form of hair loss occurs gradually and is referred to as “androgenetic alopecia,” meaning that a combination of hormones (androgens are male hormones) and heredity (genetics) is needed to develop the condition.

What are the Signs of Hair Loss?

Hair Loss Signs & Symptoms-

The signs of hair loss in men, women, children or adult comprise the following aspects.

  • In case of Men: Scalp hair getting thin or complete hair loss. Horseshoe shaped is also one the prominent features.
  • In case of Women: Thinning or diffused hair at the crown. Stress plays the greater role.
  • In case of children: Abrupt loss of hair from certain parts of the scalp.
  • Loss of hair in patches or Alopecia Areatawhich is reversible.
  • Steady hair loss on the top or called Male Pattern Baldness.
  • Telogen effluvium: hair loss after great illness or stress.
  • Male baldness (androgenetic alopecia) starts from the hairline.

Causes of Hair Loss

  • Lice problem or Pediculosis.
  • Frequent combing.
  • Coloring
  • Bleaching
  • Straightening
  • Blow dryers
  • Hereditary factor i.e. father or grandfather has the tendency of losing hair and leads to Male pattern baldness.
  • Pregnancy due to hormonal changes
  • Child birth and Birth Control Pill
  • Major surgery
  • Diabetes
  • Polycystic Ovaries
  • Malnutrition
  • Skin Disease like Ringworm and Psoriasis.
  • Thyroid Disease –Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism
  • Drugs for Chemotherapy, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Acne are important cause of Hair Loss
  • Disease like Addison disease, Scarring, Seborrheic Dermatitis, Syphilis, Vitiligo too causes thinning hair
  • Iron Deficiency-Anemia
  • Bulimia
  • Hypervitaminosis A
  • Anti-coagulants like warfarin and heparin.
  • Seizure medication
  • Fungal infection.
  • Nervous habit
  • Blood pressure medication
  • Drugs like Anti-inflammatory one
  • Drugs to low Cholesterol
  • Oral contraceptive and diet pills.

Reason for hair loss

  • Ageing
  • Sickness and infectious diseases
  • Toxic chemicals.
  • Injury
  • Harmful radiation
  • Medication for Parkinson disease.
  • Ulcer drugs
  • Lower level of Estrogen and  Higher level of Androgen Hormone

Hairloss in Woman

Hair fall or thinning of hair is common among the women. About 20%- 50% women faced hair loss at some stages of her life. Hair loss in women is heartbreaking, may affect marital life, career, job opportunities, social networking etc. Depression, stress, anxiety are also the factor with hair loss women. However, baldness among women is rare. Though, causes of hair loss in women are same as that of the general causes as mentioned above. Some of the important factors and related aspect with hair loss of women.

Causes and Risk Factors of women hair loss:

  • Control of birth pill
  • Stress
  • Rapid weight loss.
  • Prescribed medications
  • Lack of proper vitamins and nutrients in diet.
  • Hair styling treatment.
  • Immune diseases and disorders.
  • Chemo and radiation therapy.
  • Hormonal changes.
  • Not consuming enough protein.
  • Trichotillomania-Hair loss is patchy.
  • Alopecia areata-Diffuse hair loss.
  • Triangular alopecia
  • Scarring alopecia-dominant in case of women.
  • Telogen effluvium-shedding of hair is more common.
  • Scalp infection.
  • Low level of Estrogen
  • Temporary hair loss is also caused due to high fever, general anesthesia, drug treatments, hormonal imbalance, etc.

Hair loss after Delivery/Pregnancy

All the ladies face hair loss after pregnancy but the quantum of hair fall is more with some moms. It is happened due to hormonal changes in the body. Falling of hair start 12 weeks of delivery.  Though normal hair fall is 75-100 hairs/ day, but after delivery, moms generally loss about 500 hair/day. However, within six months, it is back like as pre-pregnancy.
Diagnosis and Tests of Hair Loss

The following tests may be done for women hair loss

  • Hormone levels-Testosterone, Prolactin, Follicular Stimulating Hormone(FSH) and Leutinizing Hormone(LH).
  • Scalp biopsy.
  • Hair Pull test
  • Hair Pluck Test
  • Densitometry
  • Serum iron
  • Serum feritin
  • TIBC-Total Iron Binding Capacity
  • Complete Blood Count(CBC)
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone ( T3, T4)
  • Screening test for syphilis-VDRL

The practice of Yoga not only makes you fit and fine, it also gives your body a beautiful look by protecting your hair and making it internally stronger. Yoga is beneficial for hair growth as it increases blood circulation to head and scalp region.

Yogic cure:-         

[1]Shatkarma                                                                 {Purificatory

Jalneti

    [2] Yogasanas                                                                  {posture}

{a}  Vajrasana

{b}  Sarvangasana

{c}  Bhujangasana

{d} Ushtrasana

{e} Pawanmuktasana

{f} Shashank asana

{g}   Sasangasana

{h}  Sirshasana

{I } Shavasana

  [3] Pranayama                       {Body-mind energising breathing practices}

{a} Kapalabhati

{b} Anulome Vilome

  [4]Bandhas:-                                            {Bands}

{a} Mool Band

   [5]Mudras:                                            {Finger –posture}

{a} Pran Mudra

{b} Prithvi Mudra

   [6] Dhayan                                                        {Meditation} 

Home Remedies: 

Apart from yoga as the hair loss natural remedies, there are certain home remedies as well.

  • Oil massages are effective home remedies. Brahmi, coconut and Vitamin E oils can be mixed and applied to your hair.
  • Sleep is another important factor in the healthy growth of hair. Sleep well without any anxiety and there will be no such problem.

A proper and balanced diet can help alleviate the condition

Scientific Examination-

Hair loss, which is known as alopecia, is pretty common in men. By age 30, around half of all men start to notice hair loss and most have some balding by 60, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Women can also experience hair loss, especially with age. Some hair loss is determined by heredity or caused by factors like diseases or radiation therapy; yoga isn’t likely to change these types of hair loss. However, practicing yoga might prevent or treat hair loss from certain causes.

Combating Stress

Stress can play a role in hair loss, and stress is one of the main causes of hair loss that yoga can impact. Many yoga classes include components that relieve stress, such as deep breathing, visualization and meditation. These calming activities can balance the nervous system to help your body relax. In addition, research presented at a 2003 annual Endocrine Society meeting found that yoga reduces levels of the stress hormone cortisol in the blood.

Boosting Blood Circulation

Increased circulation brings more blood to the hair follicles, which can help hair growth, according to the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Art of Living explains that forward bend poses, such as Downward-Facing Dog pose and Standing Forward Bend pose, improve circulation to your head. Inversions or partial inversions can also improve blood flow to the head.

Regulating Hormones

Yoga might help prevent or control hair loss by balancing hormone levels in the body, since hormonal problems or changes can cause hair loss. A “Yoga Journal” article notes that yoga can stimulate the endocrine glands, which are instrumental in hormone production. Particularly, inversion poses can provide this benefit because they bring you upside-down to help your body fluids flow in a different direction. Inversions include poses like Headstand and Shoulderstand. Beginners and intermediates can try lower-intensity inversions like Bridge pose, Supported Shoulderstand and Inverted pose.

Meditating for Autoimmune Conditions

Autoimmune conditions can sometimes cause hair loss. Meditative components of a yoga class seem to calm excessive immune responses that are characteristic of autoimmune conditions, explains Dr. Timothy McCall in his book “Yoga as Medicine.” A 1998 study published in the journal “Psychosomatic Medicine” found that mindfulness meditation clears up lesions faster in participants with psoriasis, an autoimmune condition.

Ayurvedic management: 

There are some extremely effective Ayurvedic treatment hair loss medicines for the treatment of baldness. According to Ayurveda, hair loss happens because of pitta dosha. In order to avoid this condition, it is better not to eat oily foods.

  • Under Ayurvedic treatment hair loss, Ayurvedic researchers advise drinking one-third of a cup aloe vera juice daily.
  • White sesame seeds (which are rich in magnesium and calcium) also help reduce the problem.
  • Oil massages are also effective. Coconut oil massages are also known to help hair growth.
  • Vitamin E oil can be effective for such conditions.
  • You can also use Bhringaraj or Brahmi oil for the treatment of hair loss.

Conclusion: 

Apart from Ayurvedic treatment hair loss and hair loss natural remedies, Hair loss can be treated with medicines. If you feel the problem is beyond your control, you should immediately consult a doctor. It is better to detect the reasons before proceeding with treatment. Some Ayurvedic treatment hair loss can also help. Additionally, yogasanas have also proved to be effective. Meditation and good food will keep the problem at bay

Hair loss Management, Treatment and Control through Yoga, Diet, Ayurveda and Homeopathy

 

Hair loss is a common problem with both men and women.  Some experiences less hair fall while it is acute with others. Normal hair break up is about 50-100 strands per day. Though, it is replaced by new ones, however, aging, hereditary and hormonal change contributes permanent loss of hair.

The problem of Hair loss can be solved through alternative system of medicine or alternative medicine. Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) like yoga, ayurveda, naturopathy, homeopathy, unani, siddha, acupuncture, acupressure, diet, etc. has enough potential and remedial measures in curing of Hair loss. Home remedies, preventions and precautions are also important aspects in minimizing Hair loss.

  • Vajrasana( the thunderbolt pose)is useful for the treatment of hair loss.
  • Stress, tension and anxietyare common causes of hair loss. Relaxation techniques and     meditation are quite effective to reduce stress.
  • Shirsasana( the headstand pose) enhances blood circulation to the scalp and promote hair growth
  • Sarvangasana (Shoulder stand pose)this asana is quite effective in increasing blood supply to the scalp region and prevent hair loss.
  • Bhujangasana (the cobra pose)improves blood circulation in vertebral column thereby facilitate better communication between the brain and body.
  • Kapalabhati( Frontal lobe cleansing technique)energizes the mind and clear the frontal lobe of the brain by speeding up the blood flow.
  • Anuloma viloma (Alternative Breathing)refresh your entire body organ, especially the brain part and help in the strengthening of hair and hair follicles.
  • Pranayamaacts like as panacea and quite beneficial for hair care and in curing of baldness. It also helps in stopping of hair fall.
  • The other asana that is too useful in reducing of hair fall, hair loss and baldness are Shashank asana ( the pose of the moon), Ushtrasana ( the camel pose), Pawanmuktasana (the knee to chest pose), Uttanasana (Bending straight forward pose)  and  Sasangasana (Rabbit Pose)

Ayurvedic Treatment for Hairloss-

Due to effectiveness of ayurveda, Modern Doctor is prescribing alternative medicine too for hair fall and baldness. Ayurveda can play a greater role for hair fall treatment. Here, some important ayurvedic hair solution, hair fall control tips and hair fall treatments are given.

  • Massage with ayurvedic oil: Massage with coconut oil/ brahmir/ bhringaraj oil the scalp prevents hair loss. It is an effective ayurvedic hair loss treatment.
  • Natural remedy as Vitamin E oil massage reduces hair loss.
  • Ayurvedic Diet: Eating of white sesame seeds is beneficial and used as natural hair loss treatment.
  • Taking of Yogurt too strengthen hair and control hair fall.
  • Ayurvedic Herbs like Dashamoola, Bhringara and Jatamamsi are used to make hairs strong.
  • Diet rich in Vitamin B and C, is good for hair growth.
  • Fruits, leafy vegetables  and milk make hair shining and stronger
  • Mashed and mixed components of beans +fenugreek are beneficial for hair.
  • Sesame seeds and sesame seed oil is used in the treatment of hair as herbal hair loss remedy.
  • Reduced junk food and extra calorie make your healthy.
  • Massage of camphor + coconut oil makes your scalp healthy and prevents hair loss.
  • Rub the mix of Castor oil + Mustard oil + Coconut oil to make your hair stronger.
  • Water of boil neem leaves is useful for hair.
  • Eat the mix of Ginger + honey.
  • Rub the head after washing hair as it stimulates sebaceous gland  thereby improves blood circulation
  • Massage of honey + egg yolk on your scalp is an effective ayurvedic remedy for hair loss.
  • Take mix of lettuce and spinach juice to prevent hair loss.
  • Application of Coconut + Lime juice is also good.
  • Combination of alfalfa juice + carrot juice + lettuce juice helps to grow hair well.
  • Take more and more quantity of water as it flush out toxins from the body.
  • Use mustard oil regularly as it is helpful inn curing of baldness.

Hair Control Tips

  • Rinsing your hair with apple cider vinegar + sage tea for proper hair growth.
  • Herbal serum is quite effective for hair fall control.
  • Paste of Licorice extracts + Milk induces hair growth.
  • Mix of lemon seeds + black berry is useful for bald patches.
  • Wash your scalp with Urad Dal + Methi.

Hair Loss and Naturopathy Treatment

There are various natural remedies available for hair loss treatment.

 

  • Gentle scalp massage improves blood circulation and stimulates hair re-grow.
  • Massage with Amla/Bhringaasava /sesame oil/ coconut oil/ rosemary oil/lavender oil/ cedar wood is good nature cure treatment for hair loss.
  • Vitamin E oil massage strengthens the fragile hair.
  • Intake of pro-inflammatory foods like dairy products, animal products should be avoided.
  • Fresh vegetables, sprouts, legumes, soy etc. should be preferred.
  • Minerals like Silica strengthen hair so one should give more importance to potatoes, cucumbers and sprouts.
  • Acupuncture is too recommended for hair loss treatment.
  • Aloe Vera is good for hair loss treatment as it heals the scalp and cleansing the pores.
  • Henna is superb for shining hair as it repair the cuticle and protects hair from thinning.
  • For the proper growth of hair, grape extract and vitamin B may be used.
  • Herbs like ginkgo biloba, bilberry and palmetto are the natural remedy for hair loss.

Reflexology and Hair loss Treatment

  • Buffing of the fingernails of one hand to another may cure related to scalp problems.

Home Remedy for Hair Loss

  • Mix Amla + shikaki powder with curd and use it on the scalp for shining hair. This is a home made remedy to check hair fall
  • Massage with aroma oils reduces hair fall and keep one away from baldness.
  • Rinse your hair with lemon juice as effective home remedial measures to prevent baldness.
  • Dip a towel in hot water, squeeze it, after then cover your hair. It is a helpful home remedy in preventing of hair loss.
  • Outer cover of lemon and oranges helps to maintain shining hair and remove dandruff too.
  • Massage the scalp with soaked fenugreek seeds. Wrap the scalp for about 2 hours to treat hair loss. It is a supportive home remedy for hair fall.
  • Apply the mix of curd; lemon and mustard oil on your scalp and wash it after 30 minutes. It is an effective natural remedy for baldness
  • Take more and more quantity of water along with fresh fruits and green vegetables.
  • Boil mustard oil + mehndi leaves for protection of hair  and  do used as herbal therapy for hair loss
  • Massage egg yolk on your scalp for healthy hair care.
  • Smearing of henna over scalp is beneficial for hair growth.
  • Natural mild shampoo-lemon, titri, rosemary, is preferred.
  • The product of amla + coconut oil is helpful in preventing of hair loss.
  • Boil the hibiscus leaves in water. it may be used on the scalp before washing hair by mild shampoo.
  • Rubbing of olive oil reduces hair loss.
  • Boil mustard seed for 5-10 minutes, cool it and drink
  • Rub the scalp smoothly to make the sebaceous gland active thereby increases blood circulation, hence helps in preventing hair loss.
  • Dry piece of Amla + coconut oil act like as a hair tonic.
  • Rub the bald are with onion after then apply honey, it’s a natural home remedy for baldness.
  • Application of fresh Amaranth juice to hair follicles makes the hair soft and shining.
  • Apply the mix of olive oil + rosemary +lemon juice + egg yolk to strengthen the hair follicles.
  • Extract of coriander leaves is useful for hair loss.
  • Rub the scalp with olive oil + cumin.
  • Coconut milk is beneficial for hair loss.
  • Rub the mix of lettuce + spinach is useful to reduce hair loss.
  • Juice of alfalfa + Carrot + lettuce, a wonderful remedy hair growth.

Diet and Hair Loss

For proper growth of hair, there is a need of healthy and balanced diet where the proportion of Carbohydrate, protein, fat, vitamin and minerals should be equally balanced. Hair is primarily made up of protein, so more thrust should be towards proteinus products. Here, some of the important diets are given for for hair care and treating hair loss. To reduce hair loss, weightage should be given on diet therapy, diet chart and food pyramid.

  • Stick to protein rich diet-fish, yeast, soybean, low fat cheese, eggs, beans and yoghurt for proper growth of hair. These diets to prevent hair fall and baldness.
  • Increase the intake of iron as it is essential for hemoglobin and blood formation. So increase the quantity of green vegetables, raisins, dates, etc.
  • Zinc is related with hair fall. Take zinc rich foods like Seafood’s.
  • Restrict burger, fries, cold, spicy, sugary foods, caffeine, fat, carbonated drinks, animal protein, excessive raw food, tofu, tomatoes etc. as these are the culprits for hair thinning.
  • Diet like Atkins, South Beach, damage hair.
  • One can see positive result to prevent hair fall if vitamin is taken properly.
  • Top foods that promote hair growth: Liver, yeast, fish, eggs, beans, cottage cheese, yogurt, tofu,  whole grain cereals, dark green leafy vegetables, eggs, dates, raisins, walnuts, canola oil,  soy, avocados, nuts, seeds, olive, legumes, onions,  raw oats, dried fruits, cherry juice,  beets, brown rice, root vegetables, winter squash,  Black beans, pumpkin,  black pepper, brown rice syrup etc.

Precaution of Hair Loss

  • Hair dyes, hairdryer and curling should not be use excessively.
  • Take calcium to your diet to make hair stronger.
  • For coloring of hair, there should be gap of 6-8 weeks.
  • Take sound sleep.
  • Manage stress and anxiety.
  • Avoid stiff hairstyles like braids, buns and ponytails.
  • Food that prevent hair loss: Fish, eggs, beans, raisins, beans sprout, seafood,
  • Take vitamin C as it prevent hair loss. Recommended dose is 1,000-3,000 mg/day
  • Protein rich diet should be preferred as hairs are made up of protein.
  • B vitamins and biotin are necessary for hair growth.
  • Iron is needed for proper oxygenation of the blood in the scalp and other region of the body.
  • Vitamin E too stimulates hair growth.
  • Avoid harsh shampoo, conditioners.
  • Alcohol and beverages should be restricted.
  • Combing gently.
  • Don’t rub your hair strongly.
  • Eat a balanced diet.
  • Do meditation and exercise regularly.

 

Sticky
28 Sep 2020

Cure diabetes through yoga

Cure diabetes through yoga

Definition:-

Diabetes is a life-long disease marked by high levels of sugar in the blood.

Comman causes:-

Diabetes can be caused by too little insulin (a hormone produced by the pancreas to control blood sugar), resistance to insulin, or both.

To understand diabetes, it is important to first understand the normal process of food metabolism. Several things happen when food is digested:

A sugar called glucose enters the bloodstream. Glucose is a source of fuel for the body.

An organ called the pancreas makes insulin. The role of insulin is to move glucose from the bloodstream into muscle, fat, and liver cells, where it can be used as fuel.

People with diabetes have high blood sugar. This is because their pancreas does not make enough insulin or their muscle, fat, and liver cells do not respond to insulin normally, or both.

There are three major types of diabetes:

Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in childhood. The body makes little or no insulin, and daily injections of insulin are needed to sustain life.

Type 2 diabetes is far more common than type 1 and makes up most of all cases of diabetes. It usually occurs in adulthood. The pancreas does not make enough insulin to keep blood glucose levels normal, often because the body does not respond well to the insulin. Many people with type 2 diabetes do not know they have it, although it is a serious condition. Type 2 diabetes is becoming more common due to the growing number of older Americans, increasing obesity, and failure to exercise.

Gestational diabetes is high blood glucose that develops at any time during pregnancy in a woman who does not have diabetes.

Symptoms:-

High blood levels of glucose can cause several problems, including frequent urination, excessive thirst, hunger, fatigue, weight loss, and blurry vision. However, because type 2 diabetes develops slowly, some people with high blood sugar experience no symptoms at all.

Symptoms of type 1 diabetes:

Increased thirst

Increased urination

Weight loss in spite of increased appetite

Fatigue

Nausea

Vomiting

Patients with type 1 diabetes usually develop symptoms over a short period of time, and the condition is often diagnosed in an emergency setting.

Symptoms of type 2 diabetes:

Increased thirst

Increased urination

Increased appetite

Fatigue

Blurred vision

Slow-healing infections

Impotence in men

DIABETES MELLITUS

The term “diabetes mellitus” represents a group of conditions characterized by abnormally high blood glucose levels. Diabetes may be complicated by uncontrolled hyperglycemia, and treated diabetes may be complicated by abnormally low blood glucose levels (hypoglycemia). Maternal diabetes is associated with an increased incidence of major birth defects. Over time, diabetes may cause complications involving the eyes (retinopathy), kidneys (nephropathy), and nerves (neuropathy). Diabetes is also associated with an increased incidence of cardiovascular disease, including stroke, heart attack, and peripheral vascular disease. In the United States today, diabetes is a leading cause of birth defects, blindness, kidney failure, and nontraumatic leg amputations. It is also a major contributor to cardiovascular disease. Diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States, and medical care for people with diabetes is estimated to cost over $100 billion per year.

When diabetes is associated with marked hyperglycemia, it produces characteristic symptoms and signs; particularly increased thirst (polydipsia), increased urination (polyuria), and unexplained weight loss. At other times, hyperglycemia sufficient to cause changes in the eyes, kidneys, and nerves, and to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease, may be present without clinical symptoms. During this asymptomatic period, an abnormality in glucose metabolism may be demonstrated by measuring fasting venous glucose or venous glucose after an oral glucose challenge.

Yogic cure:-

          [1]Shatkarma                              {Purificatory techniques}

{a}Kunjal                                    {Volitional stomach wash}

{b} Vastra dhauti                     { Stomach –wash by muslin cloth strip}

{c} Nauli                                     {Massage to abdominal visceral organs}

{d} Sankh-prakshalana         {Mouth to anus gut wash }

{e} Baghi                                    {Half-filled stomach wash }

 

[2]Yogasanas                                                 {posture}

{a} Padmasana                                       {Lotus}

{b} Ardh-matsyendrasana                 { Half spine twist}

{c} Tribandhasana                                { Triple-lock}

{d} Ustrasana                                         { Camel}

{e} Chakrasana                                     { Wheel }

{f}  Dhanurasana                                  { Bow}

{g} Matsyendrasana                            { Spinal-twist}

{h} Yogasana                                         {Yoga }

{i} Mayurasana                                     {Peacock}

{j} Sarvangasana                                   { Shoulder stand }

{k} Urdhva sarvangasana                   { Half shoulder stand }

{l}  Halasana                                           {Plough }

{m} Shalabhasana                                 {Locust}

{n} Gomukhasana                                 {Cow mouth}

{o} Paschimottanasana                      {Posterior strech }

{p} Ardh- brikchasana                        {Half tree}

{q} Siddhasana                                     {Perfect}

{r} Bhujangasana                                 {Cobra}

{s} Supta-vajrasana                             {Lying adamantine}

{r} Shavasana                                        {Corpse}

{s}  Mandukasana                                 {Frog}      

              {t} Matsyasana                                        {Fish}

              {u} Katichakrasana                                {Half wheel}

              {v}Padahastasana                          

              {w} Urdhva hastottanasana

              {x} Supta Pawan Muktasana                     

              {y} Yogamudrasana

 

[3] Pranayama                         {Body-mind energising breathing practices}

{a} Surya-bhedna                                 { Right nostrilar pranayama }

{b}  Anulome-vilome                          { Alternate nostrilar pranayama }

{c}  Bhastrika                                        { Bellows pranayama }

{d} Nadi-shodhana

{e} Ujjayi-pranayama                        {Hissing pranayama}

 

[4]Bandhas:-                                                       {Band}

               { a}  Uddiyana bandha                        {Abdominal lock }

                                                                     

 [5]Mudras:                                                           {Finger –posture}

{a}  Tadagi  mudra                                    {pond posture}

 [6] Dhayan                                                        {Meditation}

  {7}Yogic diet:-

   Foods to be avoided by Diabetics

  1. Sugar, glucose,   jam,    jellies, marmalade, honey (except that col­lected by bees from ‘neem’ tree and other bitter flowers only natural and pure).
  2. Syrup, treacle, tinned fruit.
  3. Sweets, chocolates, lemonade, glu­cose drinks,    aerated    drinks, proprietory   milk preparations and similar sweetened foods.
  4. Cakes, pasteries, puddings, sweet biscuits, chocolate biscuits, pied (form of cakes) and thick sauces.
  5. Alcoholic drinks, tea, coffee.
  6. Rice, potatoes, yam (zimikand), sweet potato (shakarkandi), arbi, fried foods, oils and fats.
  7. Non-vegetarian foods.
  8. Starch and other starchy foods like refined flour ‘maida’,  arrowroot cornflour etc.
  9. Dried fruits and nuts.
  10. Grams, dates, mangoes,   sapota (cheeckoo), apricots, bananas.
  11. Bournvita, cocoa, ovaltine and other such marketed preparations etc.
  12. Sauces, chutneys, pickles.
  13. Ladies fingers.

Foods allowed for Diabetics

  1. All green leafy vegetables seasonal and fresh except those listed above under the heading ‘Foods not Allowed’.
  2. Green amla, bitter gourd and its juice (Kareala), drumsticks (Saijan-ki-phalli), bel ripe and bel leaves, neem leaves, bottle gourd (ghiya), brinjal (baingan), beans, cucummber, knol-khol, on­ions, peas, green papaya, ridge gourd (torai), snake gourd (chichinda), tinda, tomatoes, garlic, green chillies, mint-leaves, raw turmeric, (kachchi haldi), lemon, grapefruit (chakotra), orang­es, mausambis, malta, musk-melon (kharbooja), water-melon (tarbooz), phalsa, jamun, radish, green banana, spring onions, capsicum,  ginger, parwar, fenugreak sprouted (Ankurit Methi), pears, nashpati, babugosha and
  3. Herbs, spices, salt, pepper, mustard
  4. All cereals unrefined and in amounts given above in the daily menu.
  5. All pulses in amounts given above in the daily

Food items especially known to be beneficial for diabetics

  1. Honey collected by bees from flowers of ‘neem’ and other bitter trees, in its natural and pure form.
  2. Bitter gourd (karela) as such or its juice to be consumed daily. It is known to reduce blood sugar levels.
  3. Turmeric to be used as a spice and amla as a fruit.
  4. One teaspoonful each of drug amla and turmeric powder mixed together and taken with warm water or warm milk twice a day is claimed in yogic texts to benefit diabetics.
  5. Raw neem leaves eaten fresh or mixed with vegetable

 [8] Fasting:-

Effect of yoga on diabetes patient:-

Twenty NIDDM subjects (mild to moderate diabetics) in the age group of 30-60 years were selected from the out patient clinic of G.T.B. hospital. They were on a 40 days yoga asana regime under the supervision of a yoga expert. 13 specific Yoga asanas < or = done by Type 2 Diabetes Patients included. Surya Namaskar, Trikonasana, Tadasana, Sukhasana, Padmasana, Bhastrika Pranayama, Pashimottanasana, Ardhmatsyendrasana, Pawanmuktasana, Bhujangasana, Vajrasana, Dhanurasana and Shavasana are beneficial for diabetes mellitus.

Serum insulin, plasma fasting and one hour postprandial blood glucose levels and anthropometric parameters were measured before and after yoga asanas. The results indicate that there was significant decrease in fasting glucose levels from basal 208.3 +/- 20.0 to 171.7 +/- 19.5 mg/dl and one hour postprandial blood glucose levels decreased from 295.3 +/- 22.0 to 269.7 +/- 19.9 mg/dl. The exact mechanism as to how these postures and controlled breathing interact with somatoendocrine mechanism affecting insulin kinetics was worked out. A significant decrease in waist-hip ratio and changes in insulin levels were also observed, suggesting a positive effect of yoga asanas on glucose utilisation and fat redistribution in NIDDM. Yoga asanas may be used as an adjunct with diet and drugs in the management of Type 2 diabetes.

Home Remedies For Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that develops, due to a problem with the hormone insulin, produced by the pancreas. To cure diabetes try these home remedies :-

  • The seeds of parslane are useful in diabetes. A teaspoon of the seeds should be taken every day with half a cup of water for three to four months. It will increase the body’s own insulin and help in curing diabetes.
  • Take 400 mcg. a day of chromium picolinate makes insulin more efficient helping keep sugar level low.  Chromium maintains stable blood sugar levels through proper insulin utilization and can be helpful for people with diabetes and/or hypoglycemia.
  • The leaves of Butea tree are very useful in diabetes. They reduce  blood sugar and are useful in glycousia.
  • Take two teaspoons of powdered Fenugreek seeds with milk. Two teaspoons of the seeds can also be swallowed whole, daily.
  • Take bitter melon, in any form, without any fear, and Jamun and powder of its seed.
  • Boil 15 fresh Mango leaves in 1 glass of water. Leave overnight. Filter this water and drink first thing in the morning.
  • Take Garlic in capsules it helps circulation and regulates sugar level.
  • Grapefruit is a splendid food in the diet of a diabetic patient. If grapefruits were eaten more liberally, there would be much less diabetes. If you have sugar, use three grapefruits three times a day. If you do not have sugar, but a tendency towards it and want to prevent it, use three a day.
  • Take plenty of potassium and vitamins C, E, and B-complex.
  • The best remedy for this disease is the bitter gourd, better known as ‘karela’ . Eat this vegetable as often as you can or have at least one tablespoon of karela juice daily to reduce blood sugar levels in your blood and urine.

Scientific appraisal in favour of yoga:-

A study of 149 persons with non-insulin dependent diabetes found that 104 had lowered blood sugar and needed less oral anti diabetes medication after regularly practicing yoga. Because the patients were placed on a vegetarian diet during the study, however, the effect of yoga practice alone on blood sugar levels cannot be determined.

Diet  therapy:-

Vitamin E

People with diabetes have a higher than usual need for vitamin E, which improves insulin activity and acts as an antioxidant and a blood oxygenator. Research has shown that people with low blood levels of vitamin E are more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes. Double-blind studies show that vitamin E improves glucose tolerance in people with Type 2 diabetes (NIDDM). Vitamin E was found to improve glucose tolerance in elderly non- diabetes.

A vitamin E deficiency results in increased free-radical-induced damage, particularly of the lining of the vascular system. Supplemental vitamin E may help prevent diabetes complications through its antioxidant activity, the inhibition of the platelet-releasing reaction and platelet aggregation, increasing HDL-cholesterol levels and its role in fatty acid metabolism. Vitamin E protects animals from diabetes cataracts.

The most impressive study on vitamin E and diabetes used a total of 1,350 international units of d-alpha-tocopheryl acetate daily, divided into three doses. Begin by taking 400 international units each morning. After two weeks, add another dose of 400 international units in the evening. After two more weeks, add another 400 international units in the afternoon.

It may require three months or more of supplementation for benefits to become apparent. The trace mineral selenium functions synergistically with vitamin E.

Note: If you have high blood pressure , limit your intake of supplemental vitamin E to a total of 400 international units daily. If you are taking an anticoagulant (blood thinner), consult your physician before taking supplemental vitamin E.

If you are diabetics. supplement your diet with 1-3 grams per day of vitamin C.

Vitamin C

People with Type 1 diabetics (IDDM) have low vitamin C levels. Vitamin C lowers sorbitol in diabetics. Sorbitol is a sugar that can accumulate and damage the eyes, nerves, and kidneys of diabetics. Vitamin C may improve glucose tolerance in Type 2 diabetes (NIDDM).

The transport of vitamin C into cells is facilitated by insulin. It has been postulated that, due to impaired transport or dietary insufficiency, a relative vitamin C deficiency exists in the diabetic and that this may be responsible for the increased capillary permeability and other vascular disturbances seen in diabetics.

If you are diabetic, supplement your diet with 1-3 grams per day of vitamin C.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)

Diabetics with neuropathy have been shown to be deficient in vitamin B6 and benefit from supplementation. Peripheral neuropathy is a known result of pyridoxine deficiency and is indistinguishable from diabetic neuropathy. Vitamin B6 supplements improve glucose tolerance in women with diabetes caused by pregnancy. Vitamin B6 is also effective for glucose intolerance induced by the birth control pill. 1,800 mg per day of a special form of vitamin B6-pyridoxine alpha-ketoglutarate-improves glucose tolerance dramatically.

Pyridoxine is also important in preventing other diabetic complications because it is an important coenzyme in the cross-linking of collagen and inhibits platelet aggregation.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 supplementation has been used with some success in treating diabetic neuropathy. It is not clear if this is due to the correcting of a deficiency state or normalizing vitamin B12 metabolism.

Vitamin B12 is needed for normal functioning of nerve cells. Vitamin B12 taken orally, intravenously, or by injection reduces nerve damage caused by diabetes in most people.

Oral supplementation may be sufficient, but intramuscular vitamin B12 may be necessary in many cases. Take up to 500 mcg of Vitamin B12 three times per day.

Biotin

Biotin is a B vitamin needed to process glucose. It has been shown to work synergistically with insulin and independently in increasing the activity of glucokinase. This enzyme is responsible for the first step in glucose utilization. Glucokinase is present only in the liver, where, in diabetics, its concentration is very low.

Supplementation with large quantities of biotin may significantly enhance glucokinase activity, thereby improving glucose metabolism in diabetes. When people with Type 1 diabetes (IDDM) were given 16 mg of biotin per day for just one week, their fasting glucose levels dropped by 50%. Similar results have been reported using 9 mg per day for two months in people with Type 2 diabetes (NIDDM). Biotin may also reduce pain from diabetes nerve damage.

Take 16 mg of biotin for a few weeks to see if blood sugar levels will fall.

 

 

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