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How is Ayurveda Therapy Effective on Kidney Disease?

by Rahul Kumar Health and Medical

Ayurvedic medication is an ancient 5000-year-old art of natural healing that uses a holistic approach to cure any type of health condition ranging from mild to severe. Before Ayurveda was named Ayurveda, it was still used as a prehistoric herb by early humans to tender wounds they get while hunting, fighting. Jumping, climbing, etc. Ayurveda was first recognized and originated in India by Indian sages and rishis. Now Ayurveda has spread its wings in every nook and corner of the world. 

This shows that Ayurveda doesn't have to showcase its authenticity as it is in practice from the age of human existence. Again, it gains traction when today's newly-evolved medications failed to perform their duty. Ayurvedic treatment is way better than allopathy or any other form of medication as Ayurvedic medicines don't directly land to suppress the symptoms temporarily. Instead, Ayurvedic medicines get into the ground cause of the problem and promise to give 360-degree-relief from the pain with 0% chances of recurrence.   

The effect of Ayurveda is not just limited to reverse weak kidneys' functioning. The Ayurvedic treatment is a gradual process that works in three different stages to bring your body back to its stable position, which are- 

Ayurvedic herbs detoxify your body internally from harmful chemical toxins, bacteria, and infections, making you vulnerable to having urinary problems such as urinary tract infections. 

Ayurvedic medicines strengthen your immune system, which increases your body's ability to eliminate the disease at its initial stage before it gets severe over time. 

Ayurvedic medicines also cure mental illnesses by stimulating certain hormones which promote positive thinking, such as endorphins, oxytocin, serotonin, and dopamine. 

Ayurvedic medicines also improve your digestive system, which determines your overall health ( physical and mental well-being) 

Ayurvedic perspective for kidney diseases? 

According to Ayurveda, our diet has a direct effect on our mental and physical health. The human body consists of three powerful forces, which are termed tridoshas. Tridoshas means three doshas ( vara, pitta, and Kapha) that regulate certain functions of the human body, including your thoughts, blood circulation, heartbeat, body strength, pulse movement, and immune system metabolism, and digestion. But sometimes, the increased consumption of unhealthy foods which are rich in salt, refined fats, and spices can aggravate our doshas. The disruption caused in doshas can bring some serious kidney problems, which may require intensive medical care and a strict diet to reverse kidneys' functioning. 

Ayurvedic medicines for kidney failure

Ayurvedic medicines for kidney failure are best known for their remarkable healing abilities that can cure any damage, blockage, scarring, or swelling if occurred inside the kidneys. Ayurvedic medicines don't leave any side effects on the body as the medicines are derived from the juices of several herbs, leaves, and fruits which foster healthy recovery and enhances the blood purification process of your kidneys, which helps your body to flush out waste products and bacteria outside from the body.  

Let's get a grasp of the term kidney disease, its causes, and symptoms that come along with it.   

What is kidney failure?  

Kidney failure is a serious health condition in which your kidneys partially or wholly stop working temporarily or permanently. Kidney failure is categorized into two different types-  

Acute kidney failure, in which your kidneys stop working suddenly for a shorter period without giving any visible signs or symptoms at the beginning. Acute kidney failure is mostly reported in hospitalized people and already at risk or people who underwent any accident or injury that leads to an excessive loss of protein from the body.  

Chronic kidney failure is a gradual loss of your kidneys' functioning which mostly takes a few months or even a year to develop visible symptoms. Chronic kidney failure can easily go unnoticed initially and only charges on your health when it gets severe with time. 

What are the symptoms of kidney failure?  

The symptoms of kidney failure usually grow with a certain period and only become visible when severe over time. Here we've listed some common symptoms of kidney failure, which include the following- 

Insomnia 

Tiredness 

Shortness of breath 

Blood in urine 

Having itchy and dry skin 

Headaches 

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Swollen feet, ankles, or in hands 

Loss of appetite 

Weight loss 

Having frequent urges to pass urine 

Feeling sick

 

When to see a doctor? 

It's essential to consult the doctor if you constantly feel the symptoms as mentioned earlier in your health. 


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