Ayurvedic Singapore on treating inflammation in a natural way
Inflammation and pain are a nightmare for human beings. Though modern medicine offers a quick remedy, the relief you get is not without side effects. Ayurvedic approach to inflammation and pain management is very holistic, sans any side effects, says an expert at Ayurvedic Singapore.
When it comes to inflammation and pain treatment, we should have an integrated approach in place and look beyond the outward ache or pain to probe the inner or underlying source which causes such inflammation and pain, says the expert at Ayurveda Singapore. According to the official, often, chronic pain is caused by an inflammatory response internally. What better treatment can you look forward to other than relying on Ayurvedic herbal treatments, which are effective in healing and controlling excess inflammation and gaining long-term results? According to the expert at Ayurveda Singapore, such treatments must be part of an integrative approach with a combination of dietary changes, detoxification, and therapeutic exercise.
To put it in a nutshell, says the expert at Ayurvedic Singapore, inflammation is nothing but the body’s normal response to conditions like infection, toxins, and trauma. Under normal conditions, once the damaging episode gets over, the body will automatically produce an anti-inflammatory response to restore balance. According to an Ayurvedic Singapore expert, the body fails to regulate the inflammatory response in severe pain, resulting in chronic imbalance and intense pain.
While throwing light on the Ayurvedic herbs that help address ongoing excess inflammation, the expert at Ayurvedic Singapore says that among these is Boswellia serrata, which has been proven in clinical studies that ease the pain of osteoarthritis. Also known as Indian frankincense or olibanum, it is made from the resin of the Boswellia serrata tree, better known for its familiar spicy and woody aroma. The expert at Ayurvedic Singapore says that many studies have proven that Boswellia might be very effective in reducing inflammation by preventing the release of inflammation-causing compounds, leukotrienes.
The expert at Ayurvedic Singapore adds that Triphala, an Ayurvedic remedy, consists of three small medicinal fruits: amla or Indian gooseberry, bibhitaki, and harigaki. Clinical studies have proved that Triphala reduces inflammation caused by arthritis and restricts the growth of certain types of cancer. It also functions as a natural laxative, thus reducing constipation, abdominal pain, and flatulence while improving the consistency and frequency of bowel movements in those with gut disorders. The expert at Ayurvedic Singapore says that in addition to that, a range of herbs, including the prized spice Curcuma longa, Zingiber officinale, known in Ayurvedic parlance as ‘universal medication,’ and Withania somnifera, which is a powerful herb. Either taking it alone or in combination with other herbs, these natural pain relievers treats chronic inflammation sans any serious contra-indications or side effects.
The expert at Ayurvedic Singapore concludes by saying that Ayurveda’s comprehensive and holistic approach offers a wholesome solution for chronic pain sufferers. Along with gentle exercise regimens, nutritional therapies, and detoxification, in addition to the wonder mentioned above, Ayurvedic herbs will undoubtedly provide a lifestyle makeover that might offer the sufferer a healthy and pain-free life.