Ayurveda

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What Ayurvedic herbs reduce menopause symptoms?

Ayurveda offers several herbal remedies that can help combat the symptoms of menopause. These herbs are used to balance hormones, support emotional well-being, and alleviate physical discomfort associated with menopause.

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How does stress affect your hormonal balance?

Stress can have a profound impact on a woman’s hormonal balance and overall reproductive health. When stress becomes chronic or overwhelming, it can disrupt the delicate hormonal equilibrium in the body, leading to various hormonal imbalances and related health issues.

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Does Ayurveda work for pets?

Ayurveda is primarily a system of medicine designed for humans, and its principles and treatments are developed with human physiology and constitution in mind. However, in recent years, there has been growing interest in using Ayurvedic principles to promote the health and well-being of pets, particularly dogs and cats.

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Can Ayurveda really prevent disease?!

This is what Ayurveda has been advocating for over 5 centuries – which means the Ayurvedic tradition has prevention built into the DNA of its approach to health, making it the perfect guiding system for the modern individual. In the Ayurvedic tradition, this preventative approach is “logical”, and it is viewed as a holistically integrated life that must be built, rather than a “thing” you must do to check off another list…

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What does Ayurveda say about sleep?

Sleep is one of our most basic needs and it is essential for maintaining balance in your body and mind. Here’s why sleep is so crucial in Ayurveda.

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How to pronounce Ayurveda

The word “Ayurveda” is pronounced as “i-yur-vay-duh.” Here’s a breakdown of the pronunciation: “Ayur” is pronounced like “i-yur,” with the emphasis on the first “i”.

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