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Ayurveda has a Holistic approach of Body , Mind & Soul . A person is said to be Healthy , when he possesses – in normal state – the Doshas ( Vata , Pitta , Kapha – biological humors ) ; Agni ( Metabolic fire ) ; Dhatus ( Body tissues ) and Malas ( Waste products ) in his body & his Soul, Mind and Organs of Cognition and Conation are in perfect state of co ordination and his Mental disposition is in a Happy and Cheerful state .
Samadoshah samagnishcha samadhatu malakriyah I
Prasanna atmendriya manah swastha ityabhidhiyate II
When there is imbalance in the homeostasis of body , diseases manifest . There are three main causes of Illness :
Asatmendriyartha Samyoga : Excessive indulgence ( ati yoga ) , hypo interaction ( hina yoga ) & perverse use ( mithya yoga ) of organs of conation and cognition – are the main causes of diseases . These cause excess of Vata which leads to imbalance , resulting in disease process.
Prajnaparadha : It is the volitional transgression or failure of intellect . This happens due to the excitement of doshas causing inequilibrium in the mind.
Parinama : Due to changes in environment , climate and age etc , there is imbalance of doshas .
Another important cause of disease is Vegavarodha i.e suppression of natural Urges eg urination , defaecation , hunger , sleep etc .
By being aware of & preventing the cause of disease one can not only heal oneself but also live a balanced and harmonious life .
Ayurveda’s motto is “ Swasthasya swasthya rakshanama l Aturasya vikara prashamanam cha ll i.e Maintaining the health of a healthy person and curing the disease of the ailing person .
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