Ayurvedic Hospitals

Ayurveda is a traditional healing system in Kerala. Kerala is well known in Ayurvedic treatments. Here treatments are available in Ayurvedic hospitals and resorts.

There are lots of Ayurvedic hospitals are available in kerala.Ayurvedic hospitals are the best choice for getting quality Ayurvedic treatments for serious health problems. Hospitals are cheaper than Ayurvedic resorts. Ayurvedic Hospitals doctors and therapist are well trained and well experienced, so we get quality treatments for any type of health problems.

Matt India is one of the best and quality treatments provided hospital in Kerala. Its village like ambience is pleasing to the body and the mind of the patients. Its surroundings are full of greenery and pollution free environment ensures optimum results from the treatment.

Monsoon (June to September) is the ideal time for Ayurvedic treatments.

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Anxiety & Stress – How to tackle it?

Anxiety and Stress is one of the hardest things that the modern generation faces. It is stifling and exhausting the present generation to a great extent. Their mind is simmering with worries created by external factors like work, environment, natural disasters, the collapse of the economy due to recession, terrorism, war, insecurity and it seems there is no conclusion to the number of things to worry about. Many of the things mentioned our not under our control, but still it takes a great toll on our anxiety level. Anxiety & Stress is co-related and does not completely evolve out of the circumstances mentioned. Research points out that minds that are prone to lot of anxiety & stress tends to return to it at the slightest provocation.

For some people worrying about small and big events in life become a habit. Such kind of people, fall into a mindset of worry and stress for silly reasons. They fall prey to this net of stressful thinking without being fully aware of the health hazards due to it. It slowly engulfs their life and become a habit. In such conditions it is very important to stop worrying and start living.

Symptoms & Diagnosis

  • Accelerated heart beat called Palpitation
  • Sweating
  • Shaking or Trembling
  • Feeling shortness of breath or smothering
  • Chest pain and discomfort in chest area
  • Nausea and abdominal distress
  • Dizziness, unsteadiness, faint or feel lightheaded
  • Depersonalization or feel detached from oneself
  • There is a feeling of loosing control of oneself or going crazy
  • Fear of dying
  • Numbness or tingling sensation
  • Hot flashes or chills

Reasons & Causes

Main root cause for anxiety is stress

The main reasons of stress are –

  • Stress arising out of career. It is one of the primary reasons of stress.
  • In this world of consumerism we tend to be over-demanding.


  • Alcohol addicts and those who consume alcohol are more exposed to anxiety related disorders
  • Those who have weak nervous system due to irregular habits
  • Way of thinking and mindset


You should cultivate an attitude – 90 % of the things we fret on, NEVER ACTUALLY HAPPEN!

How Can Stress be busted?

  • Stress can be controlled and pacified by dealing with problems and not running away from it.
  • Get guidance and discuss problems with friends and family.
  • Don’t give too much attention and interest to problems, thinking too much on it, gives you stress and destroys your health.

Ayurvedic Treatment & other alternative measures to control Anxiety.

According to Ayurvedic perspective, anxiety is the result of imbalance in Vata. So, the primary step is to control vata.

Pancharkarma: It is prescribed for rejuvenation and to detoxify the body.

Ashwagandha: is famous anti-depressant without any side effects.

Almond Milk: Reduces stress

Pudina: Drinking pudina tea twice daily will help in reducing stress

Almonds: It is considered as a good brain tonic. Taking 4 almonds daily before going to bed will relax you.

Having warm foods, vegetable soups with ginger and pepper will reduce stress

Other Measures

Yoga: Doing yoga relieves stress and anxiety. Meditation calms the mind and asanas relaxes the muscles.

Pranayama: Gives you relaxation and helps in oxidization of the cells.

Massage: A warm oil massage helps in releasing toxins from the body.

Laughter Therapy: If there is laughter club near, join it as it is highly beneficial as stress reliever.

Listen to Classical Music: Music reduces stress in great deal.

Renunciation: Try to be satisfied with what you have, it itself will bring great relief.

Organize your life: If you are organized, then half the problem is over and will give you great confidence.

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Ayurvedic Treatment covered by Insurance companies is a boon

Ever since Health Insurance Company agreed to cover patient who are undergoing Ayurveda treatment, more and more people are opting to cover themselves under this policy. The Ayurveda treatment and expense can now be covered under this section. Some companies were in favor to take along this sector and provide insurance cover and this has made it easier for people to seek this form of medication. Last heard was that New India Assurance will bear only 25 percent of the treatment expense, and that too only if you are admitted under to a government hospital. The company other than Ayurveda also covers unani and homeopathy at government hospital.

As we know that insurance companies like Cholamandalam, Star Health covers ayurvedic but not naturopathy under its health insurance policy. Likewise even Star Health covers ayurvedic treatment. Since they started this on experimental basis and the surging popularity has made the insurance companies to offer better product when it comes to deal with Ayurvedic treatment. So this again infuses trust in patient who wants to opt for alternative treatment other than allopathic.

Insurance companies started this on experimental basis and started to churn out creative with their products. Adding ayurvedic treatments to their covered expenses allows them to attract people who trust alternative medication. There are several medical conditions where patients have responded better to ayurvedic treatments. While insurance coverage for ayurvedic treatment may only be at its nascent stage, it has tremendous potential for the future.

Insurance companies, follow strict conditions when then offer to cover ayurvedic treatments. They do not follow all policies, so patient has to be careful when they have to claim for ayurvedic treatments if there is anything specific they underwent.


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Looking For Weight Loss

Living healthy is important in the life of human beings, this is because you will be able to carry out your daily activities and at the same time monitor the upbringing of you loved ones especially children.

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General Yoga

Yoga is a system of physical and mental exercise born out of the desire of man to lead a healthy and independent life. The birth of yoga is from the time immemorial and some historians dates it back to 2000 years but it is accepted that this system of body health is in vogue at least for five thousand years.

The control of body and mind is the basic idea of Yoga. The propagators of this theory were mainly Indian ascetics known as Yogacharyas or simply as yogis. It is also an integral part of ayurveda, the vedic system of medication. The three constituents of yoga are exercises focusing the glandular systems of the body to increase their overall efficiency, control of breathing, as breathing is considered the source of life and meditation, as peaceful mind allows cure from the daily stress.

Yoga is suitable for all adults of any age or physical condition. It has the capacity to cure many ailments and it can prevent many from happening.

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High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)

According to rough estimates, it is believed that 600 million people worldwide are suffering from High Blood Pressure or hypertension. In recent times researchers have come out with a new definition for risk levels. They have identified pre-hypertension which is a borderline pressure range which is an omen to the impending trouble in the future. In the coming years maybe we will witness 90 % of the population developing Blood Pressure Problems and in that half of the population dying out of heart attack or a stroke.

Why is this creating danger even after so much of articles and write-ups on the subject and on how to live a healthy life? The answer is that we ignore these facts and continue to live a life which is pleasing to our taste and desires. They continue to indulge in all bad factors like smoking, drinking and high fat diet and snacks.

High Blood Pressure does not differentiate sexes. Both the sexes are vulnerable to it. But Men are likely to get it before the age of 55. Women seem to be aware of the disease and take extra caution in order to ward it off, but they are still vulnerable to it.

As you age the risk of getting a high blood pressure increases. It is not unusual for age groups between 50 and 65 to have hypertension. When changes occur in your body, it affects the blood vessels, heart and hormones. Adding of these factors to risk factors increases the chances of hypertension.

Another possibility is that which arises out of Family History. Among people who are having family history of heart disease or high blood pressure there is a 60 % risk of developing Hypertension. It does not mean that you are prone to heart diseases but only states chances. In this type of cases it is good to take preventive measures to keep your vulnerability at low ebb.

Hypertension in Ayurveda

Ayurveda says that hypertension is the work of all doshas, the heart and blood vessels. The main symptom seen is of vata dosha mainly that of ‘Vyana Vayu’. The treatment is to correct the balance of vata dosha. People with Pita and Vata imbalance are more prone to hypertension. Suppressed anger, frustration, irritability, anxiety and fear leads to malfunctioning of the endocrine system. This leads to hypertension and the treatment includes bringing this imbalance to normal state. The treatment consist of nutrition, exercises, breathing exercises (Pranayama), yoga, meditation, behavioral modification along with various herbs and minerals are prescribed.

Diet in Ayurveda for Hypertension

  • Curb meat, eggs and salt from your diet.
  • Bring down protein intake
  • Stick to Vegetarian Diet
  • Minimize Sodium Intake
  • Avoid Cigarette smoking. It increases the resting heart rate and increases the release of the adrenaline.
  • Your diet should include vegetables, garlic, lemon and parsley
  • Rich in Fruits, Indian Gooseberry, Grape fruit and watermelon
  • It should include Diary Products, milk, cottage cheese, clarified butter.

The prescribed diet should be kept along with weight control will help a lot in keeping blood pressure at bay.

Exercising regularly will benefit a lot in lowering blood pressure. It improves the body, reduces excess fat, and brings lightness of the body.

Relaxation and steps taken to remove stress will act positively in bringing down hypertension.

Develop love and affection in your behavior. It will reduce hypertension significantly.

Always speak Truth. It is highly beneficial in bringing down hypertension. When you lie, you require a lot of mental exercise and you strain your mind and thereby elevating hypertension.

When you speak angrily and when you are annoyed, the pressure increases. Severe anger raises blood pressure and may lead to coronary –heart –diseases.

An excellent medicine for blood pressure is laughter. It is a good relaxation therapy and helps to overcome stress. Laughter dwindle adrenaline and cortisol production.

Yoga and Breath Therapy is highly recommended in ayurveda to reduce hypertension.

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Ayurveda to Cure Paralysis

Paralysis is the impairment of muscle function and can cause loss of feeling in an affected area. Mostly it is caused by nervous system damage and major types of paralysis are paraplegia, quadriplegia and hemiplegia.

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Ayurveda Herbs for Cholesterol

Cholesterol is considered a type of fat and a very essential structural component of plasma membrane of mammals required for maintaining proper membrane permeability and fluidity. Cholesterol is essential to human biology and essential to Vitamin D synthesis. Cholesterol is a medical problem that most of us encounter and have to battle with at one point in our lives.

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Sleep according to Ayurveda

Sleep according to ayurveda is classified according to the constituency of the body; vata type of body finds it difficult in attaining sleep or staying asleep for the required time. Such a body constituency always finds their mind very active, imaginative, and restless during night and would find difficulty in calming down for a good night sleep. In the case of kapha constituency, lot of sleep is required and if they fail to achieve the right level of sleep, it becomes groggy and ineffective.

According to ayurveda, to get good sleep, everyone should keep a regular bedtime to go to sleep and to wake up in the morning. The time to go to sleep should not go beyond 10:00 p.m. and the hours before going to sleep should be spend doing some quiet activity. Your mind should not get tensed by going for unnecessary arguments and talks. If there are any issues to be discussed, postpone it for the morning. Before going for sleep it is good to do some meditation, yoga or reading some spiritual books. Don’t go for a diet that is heavy as it may disturb your sleep.

To endorse good sleep, a warm sesame oil massage followed by a warm bath or shower is very relaxing and would benefit in getting good sleep.

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Water in Ayurveda

Water is the major constituent of all living beings and the major component of the human cell. Moreover, 75% of the earth is covered with water. Panchamabhutas make a human body. Water is one of such panchamabhutas. It acts as a good medium for almost all biological process that happens in living beings.

Effects of Dehydration

The loss of water in the body is called Dehydration. It results in lowered energy, dry skin, muscle cramps, reduced alertness and distress vital organs.

Drinking Water

Drinking Water must be free from heavy metals, suspended particles and pathogens like bacteria. According to Ayurveda, rain water which is free from impurities and microbes can be used as potable water. This kind of rain water is healthy, cools body, increases alertness and satiates taste buds. In the present conditions it is not recommended to use rain water. It contains all type of contaminations like polluted sky, carbon monoxide other industrial emissions get dissolved with rain causing acid rain. Therefore it is not recommended to use such water. Even Ayurveda advices to use rain water only after checking its purity.

Water that is polluted with mud, weeds, algae and microbes is referred as Dushtajala in ayurveda. Human beings should not use it for any purpose as it harmful to them.

Cold Water and its benefits

Cold water lessens intoxication of alcohol and also relieves fatigue, giddiness, vomiting sensation and quenches thirst.

Hot Water and its benefits

It accelerates digestion and good to take after meals for perfect digestion. It stirs up hunger, cleanses bladder, soothes throat, reduce hiccups and alleviates vata and kapha.

During the time of cold it is good to intake hot water as it reduces cold as well symptoms like cough, fever and breathlessness.

Benefits of drinking plenty of water

Healthy Glowing Skin:

Those who drink plenty of water will have a perfect skin. It avoids wrinkles and moisturizes the skin from inside. They get a young look and the skin gains elasticity.

Healthy Cardiovascular System:

Intake of good amount of water reduces the risk of heart diseases. According to studies dehydration increases the viscosity of blood and plasma which are risk factors of heart disease.

Essential for good Digestion:

It is very important for digestion of food and absorption of nutrients. Also, it helps in flushing out of waste material that is produced during metabolism.

Cures Constipation:

By drinking 14 glasses of water per day along with rich fiber diet would remove constipation. It will ease bowel movement.

Alert Mind:

Drinking plenty of water keeps the mind alert and avoids dehydration which causes dizziness.

Detoxification in Daily Basis:

In the Cotemporary period are surroundings and nature are polluted due to rampant industrialization and use of pesticides in cultivation. Due to these reasons they get into human body also through food. To get rid of these toxins it is good to drink lot of water to flush out these toxins.

Other then these benefits, water regulate body temperature and boost the immunity of the body. Sports persons should drink plenty of water and not aerated cool drinks.

Other benefits of Water

  • If you drink 8-10 glasses of water per day, it washes out the toxins from the body and moisturizes the skin thereby removing acnes and pimples.
  • If you drink a glass of water before every meal it helps you to reduce weight.
  • If you drink good amount of water you can keep headache away.
  • Frequent spray of water on face will keep the dry skin smooth and soft.
  • Drinking lot of warm water will reduce discomfort out of bronchitis and arthritis.

The intake of ½ glass of water every 2 hours will remove indigestion.

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