Ayurveda is one of the oldest medical traditions practiced in India. Atharvaveda, Charak Samhita and Sushruta Samhita are its main classics, with detailed descriptions for the management of aging and related conditions. The use of Ayurvedic herbs was not only oriented towards the development of an attractive external appearance, but also towards the achievement of longevity with good health. The Sanskrit terms of anti-aging activity described in Ayurveda are Vayasthapana (age-defying), Varnya (clarifying the glow of the skin), Sandhaniya (cell regeneration), Vranaropana (healing), Tvachya (aging), Shothahara (anti-inflammatory), Tvachagnivardhani (strengthening of skin metabolism) and Tvagrasayana (aging delay). Many of these practices are highly dependent on the season (Rutus), as well as the daily routine (Dinacharya) is of subtle importance on its own.
Ayurveda considers Ras? Yana as one of the main branches of Ast? Nga Ayurveda. The word Ras? Yana should not be confused with a therapy related exclusively to old age. It can be applied from pediatrics to geriatrics. Its? Route challenges Ras? Yana as a measure, which prolongs and provides positive health, improves the mental faculties and provides resistance and immunity against diseases. Charaka claims that the means to obtain optimal nutrition for the Dh? Your names are Ras? Yanas Therefore, rasyanas are good to be adopted both to stop and to reverse the acceleration or activation of an early onset of aging. Many rasayana Plants such as Emblica officinalis (Amla) and Centella asiatica (Gotukola) are widely used.
According to Ayurveda, the human body works through several systems of channels called "Srotas", which contain both microscopic and macroscopic structures, such as the respiratory system, the lymphatic / circulatory system, the reproductive system and the nervous system, among others. . These channels function as innumerable psycho-biological processes, such as the production of enzymes, the secretion of neurotransmitters, hormonal intelligence, respiratory capacity and digestive assimilation / elimination, immunological power, etc. and are responsible for well-being and beauty. They act rhythmically and in concert with each other to make complex decision making regarding the supply of nutrients, the filtration of toxins, the excretion of waste and much more. If waste materials are not metabolized enough, toxins or incompletely processed foods and experiences can be deposited in weak areas of the body. If they are not treated, they can become a disease. Weak areas occur in the body due to genetic factors or, more commonly, factors related to lifestyle, such as the choice of unhealthy foods, stress or environmental influences. These toxins or unprocessed metabolic deposits can tarnish the normal psycho-biological cellular intelligence and the loss of brightness and beauty of the body..
Panchakarma therapy is both preventive for healthy people to maintain and improve their excellent cellular function and healing for those who experience diseases. The Ama (toxic materials inside our body) make a person ugly and sick, and Sodhana / panchakarma (Purification) is the best therapeutic intervention to eliminate toxins from the body. It is a highly complex and sophisticated science of the purification of the body / mind.
Water is an important component to keep the skin in good condition. The water originates in the deeper epidermal layers and moves upwards to hydrate the cells in the stratum corneum in the skin, and finally it is lost by evaporation. Snehana and Swedana bring moisture to our skin. It gives our skin greater elasticity and rejuvenates skin tissues. As the cells of our face reach the surface throughout their life cycle, they die and become saturated with keratin or skin debris. Keratin is important because it protects your skin from the elements, but the detachment of that outer layer can unclog the pores. It is believed that Snehana and Swedan inhibit the loss of water through the epidermis, restoring the lipid barrier and restoring the amino lipid of the skin.
According to Ayurveda, a series of factors determine the health of the skin and youth. These include:
Adequate moisture balance (Kapha in balance) Effective functioning of the metabolic mechanisms that coordinate the different chemical and hormonal reactions of the skin (Pitta in equilibrium) Efficient circulation of blood and nutrients to the different layers of the skin (Vata in equilibrium)
The health of the following three dhatus (types of body tissue) is reflected especially in the skin: nutritional fluid (Rasa), blood (Rakta) and muscle (Mamsa). Rasa supports all body tissues, in particular to keep skin healthy, Rakta, in association with liver function, helps detoxify the skin from toxins, while Mamsa provides firmness to the skin. An effective ayurvedic anti-aging cosmeceutical should support these three areas.
For vata skin to stay young, skin care products that can nourish and rehydrate the skin should be used, otherwise it could be susceptible to wrinkles and premature aging. Self-massage with warm oil and all natural moisturizers can help.
For pitta skin, good sunscreen should be used daily to protect from the sun and good oils for the skin of the face. Tanning treatments and therapies that expose delicate sensitive skin for long periods of time to steam / heat should be avoided.
For kapha skin, you should perform a daily massage with warm oil and a cleansing of the skin with a gentle exfoliant.
The aging process is a challenging and common human experience for everyone, and the desire to look young prevails in most of us. The latest trends in the sectors of beauty, health and well-being are giving rise to new possibilities by merging anti-aging cosmeceuticals with traditional Indian medicine. Ayurveda offers vast amounts of information on the principles of anti-aging activity, anti-aging skin care and herbs, helping to explore the possibilities of developing new anti-aging cosmeceuticals with natural ingredients for topical applications.
Read the full article "Anti Aging – Ayurvedic Concept" written by Dr.Rajesh A. Shrotriya on Practo.com here: https://www.practo.com/healthfeed/anti-aging-ayurvedic-concept-9358/post
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