The Healing Secret Of Ayurveda Phobia Treatment
Ayurveda phobia treatment refers to a four thousand years old medical procedure for a perfect rejuvenation of mind, body and soul. Ayurveda treatment for phobia creates magic with the help of natural therapies, diets and herbs.
The ayurveda phobia treatment process first takes into account your physiological, emotional and spiritual conditions, which have much to contribute to your frequent panic attacks.
According to ayurveda or the study of medicine, fears and anxieties, which ayurvedic experts denote as prana vata a subsidiary of vata dosa has a major role to play in weakening your nervous system that ultimately results in acute psychological disorder.
Anxiety and unnecessary apprehensions weaken your neuro-hormonal system and nerve impulses. In the ayurvedic treatment of anxiety disorder, the experts emphasize on the limitation or restriction of the state of provoked prana vata and promote the increment of sattva guna.
This helps you to create a steady and passive psychological set up through appropriate self-realization and self-control. It is also essential for you to bring about changes in your food habits and the way you love to live your life.
Whenever you are in search of a relevant and holistic way of curing your conditions of fears and phobias, you can confidently switch to ayurveda phobia treatment. Recently, even western practitioners are taking great interest in the subject of ayurveda as a treatment for mental ailments.
How does ayurveda phobia treatment takes place
To treat vata dosa or phobia, your body needs massaging before the morning bath and just before, you go to bed. Sesame Massage Oil will do best in eliminating vata dosa or conditions of anxiety phobia. Just heat the oil a bit before you start with the massage.
If you are running short of time, you do not need to massage your entire body. Apply the oil following a smooth massaging procedure on your scalp and under your feet to feel absolutely relaxed and comfortable.
As part of the ayurveda phobia treatment, you can also take a relaxing bath to balance your condition of vata dosa. Before you go for the bath, apply 1/3 cup of ginger and baking soda in the water and relax at least for ten to fifteen minutes. This works excellent in relieving your tension after a tiresome day.
Ayurveda phobia treatment also states that a good cup of tea helps in lessening your level of anxiety and tension. However, this tea is not just any tea. It is of course a special drink prepared by mixing 1/2 teaspoon of Valerian (Tagar) and Nutgrass (Musta) into one cup of boiling water. Keep the mixture aside for ten to fifteen minutes and then strain and drink the tea.
Orange juice with a teaspoon of honey and a pinch of nutmeg and almond milk with a pinch of saffron, ginger and nutmeg can do wonders in treating conditions of phobia and anxiety.
According to ayurveda phobia treatment experts, a person suffering from fears and phobias should strongly avoid the intake of over fried and spicy food items.
Have you heard about the herb Gotu Kola or Gotu Cola? This herb is excellent in balancing your condition of vata dosa. It is available both in capsule and tablet form. You can also use the herb in your diet and enjoy the taste of a healthy meal.
Therefore, when you want something more than just a medication to treat phobia, ayurveda phobia treatment is an excellent choice to give your life a fresh start.
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Posted by Jan Heering
Master Coach, psychological trainer and author
Founder and President of the Morpheus Institute and
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