You Can’tAlways Be ThereBut We CAn

Ayurveda is not just about nutrition or herbology, it has a unique tool for diagnosis, diagnosis of understanding the human constitution is different from person to person. Each one has a unique metabolic system.

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You Can’tAlways Be ThereBut We CAn

As long as we are not living in harmony with nature and our constitution, we cannot expect ourselves to be really healed. Ayurveda gives us the means

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You Can’tAlways Be ThereBut We CAn

Ayurveda is not just about nutrition or herbology, it has a unique tool for diagnosis, diagnosis of understanding the human constitution is different from person to person. Each one has a unique metabolic system.

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You Can’tAlways Be ThereBut We CAn

Anyone who believes that anything can be suited to everyone is a great fool, because medicine is practised not on mankind in general, but on every individual in particular.

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Welcome To Ashtang Ayurveda

Ashtang ayurveda and panchkarma centre is established with the aim of treating all diseases by our specialized doctor's team under the one roof. Ayurveda is the most ancient medical science used since thousands of years. The three basic biological pillars of Ayurveda are Vata, Pitta and Kapha. These biological elements originated from the Panchamahabhutas and are commonly called "Triguna" in health states and "Tridosha" in diseased states of the body.
Arbitrarily they are referred to as Tridosha" Vata element is produced by combination of "Akasha" and "Vayu" and in the human body it represents "Control", its propulsive effects affect all parts of the body and are brought about through the agency of neuro-musculo-hormonal mechanisms. Smooth co-ordinate movements, functioning of central, autonomic and peripheral nervous systems are identified with functions of vata. An abnormal vata can lead to neuro-muscular disorders and hormonal problems. Pitta element is produced from Teja and Jala and constitutes the transfer and flow of energy within the body.

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Eye Diseases

Dry Eyes

Deficiency of tears or instability of tear film causes dry eye syndrome (DES). It is the collection of diseases so called syndrome. Tear is produces from lacrimal gland and spread in the eyes by blinking. Tears film is made up of 3 layers outer oil layer protect evaporation of water, middle watery layer and inner mucin layer. Tear fluid contains water, mucin, lipids, lysozyme, lactoferrin, lipocalin, lacritin, immunoglobulins, glucose, urea, sodium, and potassium and its function is lubrication, nourishing to cornea and helps to oxygenation of cornea..

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Allergic Conjuctivitis

Eyes are the essential organ of our body. Without eye no one can see the world. Proper care of eyes should be done. Nowadays people suffer from too many eye problems, skin problems etc. due to increase in pollution.

Conjunctivitis is most common eye problem which is also known as Pink Eye. In this condition, inflammation of conjunctiva is there. Conjunctiva is thin transparent layer around the eye ball which protects the inner layer (white portion) of eye ball.

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Uveitis

Uveitis is the inflammation of the inner tissue of eye called as uvea. Sometimes this inflammation does not reside up to uvea but also involves lens, retina and optic nerves. The inflammation slowly degenerates the tissue thus progressive loss of vision is reported and ultimately can also lead to blindness if not treated timely.

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a condition in which the intra-ocular pressure of the eye increases and there are changes in the retina especially in the optic disc.

These changes are enough to derange the functional system of the eye and if it progresses, it is capable of leading to blindness.

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Corneal Opacity

The cornea is the clear part of the front of the eye that allows light to pass into the eye, enabling a person to view things. Presence of scar tissue following eye injury or post eye surgery or infection can result in the cornea becoming cloudy or opaque. The scar tissue blocks the light from passing through the cornea, causing vision degradation and loss leading to a distorted vision or at times even vision loss. In the absence of the scar tissue, the light would pass through the cornea where it would normally be bent and then focused through the iris onto the retina.

Corneal opacity can affect people of any age group and is mostly seen in developing countries due to the eye injury and vitamin A deficiency as the primary cause. Corneal opacity is the leading cause of blindness, globally and is ranked fourth after cataract, glaucoma, and age related macular degeneration as the cause of blindness.

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