Paralysis is the loss of muscle movement in the body. Our sense of movement is controlled by communication between the sensory nerves (which are part of the peripheral nervous system) and the central nervous system (comprised of the brain and spinal cord). Disruption of communication of nerve impulses anywhere along the pathway from the brain to the muscles can impair control of muscle movement and cause muscle weakness and loss of coordination. Muscle weakness can progress to paralysis, loss of the ability to move the muscles.
Paralysis can also be referred as 'Pakshaghata'. When Vata getting aggravated, dries up the Srotas and Snayu (tendons) of one side (half) of the body, makes the organ/ parts of that side incapable of functioning and loss of sensation. Paralysis is the commonest manifestation of a 'stroke' with neurological deficit affecting the face, limbs and trunk on one side or either side of the body.
Five Senses Therapy for Paralysis
Health consciousness and the knowledge of application of herbs, minerals and animal products are as old phenomena as the human existence. Ayurveda sees no separation of mental and spiritual wellbeing from the concept of health. Ayurveda classifies the human body by prakriti (Body constitution), sara (structural predominance), sanhanan (compactness of body), twak (skin completion), Praman (Measurement) and dirghayu lakshyana (symptom of long life).
As Ayurveda relates to every aspect of the mind, body and the soul, it considers good health as an intimate part of the human personality. To serve the purpose of optimum natural health, a faster and deeper cleansing and re-balancing is accomplished by using Ayurveda’s traditional rejuvenation therapy. The rejuvenation therapy in Ayurveda teaches ways to become naturally beautiful, which is not just limited to the physical body but extends to subtle qualities and vitality of a person. Hence, rejuvenation therapy is regarded as an integral part of ongoing self-care that helps good health be with you throughout life and a fresh start in the process of making health-supporting lifestyle changes.
This treatment combines the therapeutic effect of all five senses working in harmony. Sound therapies are specific Vedic hymns and mantras recommended for each imbalance. Touch therapy enlivens specific vital points on the body called marma points. Taste therapy uses certain herbal medicines. Sight uses Ayurvedic color therapy, and smell is accessed with combinations of rare aromatics. The effect harmonizes all of the senses to bring one’s awareness to the source of thought and feeling within the heart.
Udvartana & Swedana
A deeply penetrating herbal paste lymphatic massage. This powerful exfoliating treatment will magically restore your natural radiance. It conditions the skin while releasing stagnant lymphatic toxins from the body to reduce cellulite and fat.
Followed by Swedana, an herbalized steam bath, during which the head and the heart are kept cool (an important difference in Ayurvedic steam treatments) while the body is heated to remove mental, emotional and physical toxins lodged deeply within the tissues. The cool head and heart provide a sense of calm and openness while the therapeutic steam over the entire body can penetrate and cleanse deeply, without overheating and causing stress to the body.
Eye Care (Netra Basti)
Eye care treatments restore luster to the eyes and nourishment to the surrounding tissue, relieving the tension that causes poor eyesight, headaches, pain, fatigue, dark circles and fine lines. This treatment is performed with herbalized ghee, marma massage and foot massage with a special 3 metal bowl.
Also includes diet and eye exercises to strengthen your eyes.
Over all, for your good health keep your life in balance. Imbalance occurs from poor eating habits, insufficient sleep, mental and emotional stress, and a daily routine that is not in accordance with the natural biological rhythms of our bodies.
At Pranava, we work with the best practices and detailed and intensive knowledge to come to the proper conclusion and work on the improvement of the patient’s health.
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