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Psoriasis is an acute skin disorder. This is an autoimmune disease. This means that your immune system destroys your body rather than protects you. Psoriasis leads to scaly spots in the skin that are sometimes silver or red and can be itchy and painful. The spots can come and go over a few days to over a month.
The festival of colors is nearly here, and the enthusiasm can be felt in the air. As the spirits soared, the weather became warmer. The fusion of color and excitement is ringing our door. We are all ready to welcome and embrace the fun of the Holi Festival. A variety of color shops have appeared in the busy market, with a variety of fountain guns and colorful balloons available for purchase.
It is believed that when God got tired of creating only men, he created woman to remove his monotony. God made her life full of adventures which he could later watch from heaven and get amused. There is no denial in the fact that a woman’s journey is no less than a roller coaster ride.
National Executive Committee Meeting and National Workshop on Ayurved Research Methodology in Contemporary Perspective
Vishwa Ayurved Parishad organised a National Executive Committee Meeting & National Workshop on Ayurved Research Methodology in Contemporary Perspective in Jodhpur on 16th Feb and 17th Feb which was attended by eminent personalities in the field of science and medicine. Ayurvedguru Dr. Manoj Virmani also attended the event where he illuminated the audience with his wisdom on Ayurveda.
Indian winters are incomplete without us hogging on some scrumptious, crunchy, juicy carrots. Delicious in taste, carrots are loaded with goodness. This seasonal vegetable is the powerhouse of Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Beta-Carotene and all other essential nutrients.
Bed wetting (Enuresis) means unknowingly passing urine in bed at night by individuals after the age when bladder control should have been established. The problem is common during the pre-adolescent stage of life. Up until the age of six to eight years, bed wetting is a normal phenomenon that fades over time, but some children continue to wet their bed even after eight years of age. The child fails to have control over the passage of urine while sleeping. In Ayurveda, bed wetting is known as shayyamutra, i.e., passing of urine on the bed.
The main symptom for diarrhoea is the passage of loose and liquid stool several times during the day. This condition is usually accompanied by cramps, dehydration, wind and distention in the abdomen, weakness and mild fever. Diarrhoea is caused by either a weak digestive fire or increased pitta. When food is not properly digested or absorbed, it passes out in semi-liquid or watery form. Improper eating habits, such as eating food which the system cannot digest, eating a meal before the previous one is digested, and irregular eating habits, are some of the common causes of diarrhoea.