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For over 3000 years, Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of living, has addressed itself to the fundamental principles of good health and longevity. It has developed a tradition of medicine and a system of treatment based on the inherent ability of the human body to rejuvenate, to heal and to restore its natural balance. It seeks to strengthen and enhance the body's own healing processes - to help the body help itself.
This website shares the millennia of Ayurvedic experience of preventing and effectively treating over 100 common and not-so-common ailments, using time proven concepts of regulated diet and a healthy lifestyle, supported with remedies and treatments that are safe, effective and affordable.
Ayurveda literally means " the science of life". It is a Sanskrit word, derived from two roots: ayus and vid, meaning "life" and "knowledge". Ayus are daily life cycles that represent the body, the senses, the mind, and the soul. Veda is knowledge of our world and how everything within it works. The great rishis (seers or wise men) of ancient India discovered Veda and found that it contained the secrets of sickness and health. From there, they organized the sophisticated science of living known as Ayurveda, which takes into consideration the many physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual elements of life that are necessary for health and well being. For this reason, Ayurveda is holistic, meaning that it addresses whole health, or health on every level.
Ayurveda, the "science of longevity", promotes positive health, natural beauty and long life. This science was first recorded around 2500 years ago. Although rooted in antiquity, Ayurveda is based on universal principles and is a living, growing body of knowledge - as useful today as it was in centuries past.
Traditional Ayurveda fits quite well into modern models of holistic healing, concerned with a broad view of the total health of individual: physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Many of Ayurveda's healing regiments have been adopted and refined by peoples all over the world. This may be the reason why it is considered the "mother of all medicines".
 Herbal Medicine! The 21st century medicine
Health care everywhere is undergoing great change as many people realize that there is more to health than being physically fit and well fed. Innovative techniques in surgery and 'miracle' drugs improve many lives but continuing chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, arthritis, cancer, allergies, emotional and mental disturbance, are the fate of many more. Ayurveda has a great deal to offer. With this different approach to illness, Ayurvedacan often help patients with diseases generally considered incurable by conventional medicine.
 What is the potential of Ayurveda?
Ayurveda offers a method of maintaining health and preventing illness. It is a subtle but effective therapy that can correct small imbalances long before the appearance of the more serious symptoms, which denote a particular disease. It is not necessary for a patient to wait for a conventional diagnosis before treatment can commence. Much illness can be 'nipped in the bud' and the patient swiftly restored to health before a more serious disease appears. People who have had Ayurvedic treatment generally find that their state of health and well being has improved. They are better able to resist infection and have a greater sense of stability and individual purpose in life. These improvements surely are steps towards real health.
 Why is it so popular?
Ayurvedictreatment works with your body's own healing powers to bring health and well being.
Patients are treated as individuals, not as a collection of disease labels.
Ayurveda treats all your symptoms - mental, emotional and physical.
Ayurvedic remedies are gentle, subtle and powerful.
 Why is it mandatory to pay upfront?
The sole objective of this is to ensure patients compliance. World Health Organization tell us that in another few years, non compliance of the patients to their treatment will become the single most important reason failure of most treatments. Over the years we have seen that patients committed to their treatment from the very first day improve much faster as compared to the patients who so not similarly commit to their treatment. This is probably because the committed group is clear in their minds about having to take medication for a certain time period and therefore do so much more regularly with much better results.
 Does Familycare treat only hair skin disorders?
Absolutely not. It is just that hair and skin problems attract more attention as they are visible in their symptoms. We treat a lot of patients for respiratory disorders, stress, stomach disorders, migraines, thyroid, allergies, children disorders and so on. The list is endless. All our doctors are trained in providing effective treatment for these chronic diseases.
 Will my condition revert to square one after stopping treatment?
Once again no. If you have continued your medication regularly and stop it only after the doctors advice, there are very few chances that your condition will revert to it earlier position.
 Will the medicine suit me? /Are there any side effects? / Are there any difficult to  follow dietary or other guidelines?
One of the greatest advantages of these medications is that there are absolutely no side effects of the treatment. The dietary guidelines and exercises are so designed that any average person can follow them without any major disruption to their lifestyle. We place a great emphasis on making the treatment easy to follow, because that in turn ensures greater patient compliance. All our doctors are trained in providing effective treatment for these chronic diseases.
 Health Tips
Dr. Ritu’s tips for healthy leaving.
1. Asthma
  a.   Keep your surrounding areas dust free .
  b.   Avoid strong perfumes , excessive mental & physical strain and pesticides.
  c.   Have a light and early dinner
  d.   Avoid cold drinks , artificial coloured foods and oily food.
  e.   Do regular breathing exercises.
2. Arthritis
  a.   Use a firm bed and a thin pillow
  b.   Use a high bed chair
  c.   Avoid lifting heavy objects
  d.   Eat plenty of spinach , sprouts & sweet lime
  e.   Keep your weight in check
  f.   Avoid sour food
3. Head pain
  a.   Take adequate sleep.
  b.   Avoid bright lights & loud noises.
  c.   Don't overstrain your eyes.
  d.   Regularize your lifestyle.
  e.   Avoid self medication.
4. Female disorders
  a.   Treat anemia.
  b.   Ensure good hygiene.
  c.   Avoid late marriages & late pregnancies.
  d.   Avoid use strong irritant soaps.
  e.   Keep your weight in check.
5. Skin disorders
  a.   Use a mild soap
  b.   Have a regular sun bath
  c.   Avoid excessive scratching
  d.   Avoid chocolates , nuts & fried food
  e.   Have a balanced diet
6. Stomach related disorders
  a.   Eat your meals at regular intervals.
  b.   Include plenty of fluids , green leafy vegetables & fresh salads.
  c.   Chew your food thoroughly.
  d.   Move your bowels regularly.
  e.   Practice relaxation exercises regularly.
7. Acne
  a.   Use a mild soap
  b.   Wash your face 4 to 5 times a day.
  c.   Check dandruff.
  d.   Do not squeeze or pick your pimples.
  e.   Avoid use of cosmetics & ointments.
8. Obesity
  a.   Include plenty of fluids , salads.
  b.   Do not eat in between meals.
  c.   Avoid fried foods , chocolates & sweets.
  d.   Avoid mental stress & strain.
  e.   Exercise regularly
9. Leucoderma
  a.   Expose the effected areas to morning sunlight - 30 minutes per day.
  b.   Include plenty of iron in your diet.
  c.   Avoid tamarind, fish & sour food.
  d.   Avoid use of creams & powders.
  e.   Relax mentally.
10. Psoriasis
  a.   Use a mild soap.
  b.   Avoid creams and powders.
  c.   Wear light cotton clothing.
  d.   Keep your skin clean.
  e.   Avoid excessive scratching.
11. Diabetes
  a.   Keep your weight in check.
  b.   Include plenty of fibre in your food.
  c.   Make exercise a part of your routine.
  d.   Check your sugar level regularly.
  e.   Don't ignore even a mild wound or injury.
12. Hair loss
  a.   Control dandruff.
  b.   Avoid wearing a helmet for long hours.
  c.   Include plenty of protein in your diet.
  d.   Avoid frequent change in oils and shampoos.
Do not use soap on your scalp.

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