What is the best way to get in touch with an Ayurvedic Doctor at Arogyam?
You can visit Arogyam at one of our many Ayurvedic Centres in Punjab, Haryana or Delhi.You can also directly call us on +919216001410 or get in touch with our support team of health coaches by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling out our online consultation form.
The online consultation process at Arogyam is a convenient one where once you fill out the form and we receive your details, our health coach forwards your details to the appropriate online consultation doctor who then contacts you via email.
Does Arogyam provide courier services to deliver Ayurvedic medicine?
Yes, you can get in touch with one of our Ayurvedic health coaches by contacting us at +919216001410 to initiate a courier order and get your Ayurvedic medicine delivered at your doorsteps.
Does Arogyam treat patients with allergies only?
No. While Arogyam specializes in allergy, we treat all types of diseases ranging from depression and joint pains to heart diseases and piles. A full list of Ayurvedic Treatments available at Arogyam can be found on our website.
You can contact our support team of Ayurvedic health coaches at +919216001410. After assessing your problem, we will connect you with the concerned Ayurvedic doctor.
Can I book an appointment at the clinic in advance?
Yes definitely, you can book an appointment by calling +919216001410 in advance in order to avoid any waiting time.
Are all Ayurvedic Medicines made of herbs?
There are two categories of ayurvedic medicines. One is herb-based and the other is Ras Aushadhis. We, at Arogyam, believe in treating the disease with a major use of herb-based medicines only. In extremely severe chronic and grave diseases, a combination of herbs and Ras Aushadhi is given.
Does Ayurvedic Medicine have any side effects?
Ayurvedic medicine is the safest pathy available on Earth. Ayurvedic medicine is Herb based and Ras Aushadhi i.e Rasayana-based(like Shilajeet). Long-term use of these medicines also does not cause any side effects at all.
Why does Ayurvedic medicine take so long to show its effect?
Ayurvedic medicine does not act only on symptoms. It works by balancing the Tridoshas i.e. Vata, Pitta and Kapha in Samyak Awastha i.e. the balanced state. We can say that Ayurvedic Medicine works to put the system back into order and not just to give relief from the symptoms. This is the reason that it takes some time to act but at the same time cures the problem from the root.
How important are lifestyle changes and dietary planning in curing a disease?
Lifestyle plays an important role in determining the effectiveness of Ayurvedic treatment on an individual’s overall health. Our health largely depends upon our lifestyle, which is either sedentary or active, our food and dietary habits.
Diet also plays an important role in curing a disease. For instance, if we eat junk food, it will make us obese or can afflict us with different health problems. On the other hand, if we intake a balanced diet, it will surely improve our health, resulting in riddance of various ailments.
Therefore, both lifestyle change and dietary planning play an integral part of the holistic Ayurvedic treatment which aims at giving complete relief. If we do not change our dietary plan and lifestyle habits, then the problem might reoccur. Ahaar and Vihaar i.e. Food and Lifestyle are always discussed in our ancient text along with Sanshaman Chikitsa (conservative treatment). This is again because Ayurveda does not only work symptomatically but tries to give systemic and complete relief.
How do I decide whether to go for Allopathy medicine or Ayurvedic medicine based on my illness?
Depending on a patient’s choice, one can choose to go for Ayurvedic medicine for long-term healing and removal of the root cause of the disease or quick and temporary allopathic treatment.Severity of the disease also tends to affect this choice. If the patient’s diseased condition is very recent, acute and requires urgent relief, they can choose to go for an allopathic treatment. But in most cases, Ayurvedic treatment is the best way to cure a chronic disease.
Is Ayurvedic treatment more effective than Allopathy?
The principle of Ayurveda is to prevent rather than to cure. It can be taken not only as medicine but also as immunity boosters for the long run. Ayurveda acts slowly, but works effectively and cures the disease from its root. Whereas, allopathic medicine acts very fast but when taken in the long run, it causes side effects on the body.
Can we use Allopathy and Ayurveda together? Are there any side effects?
Yes, we can take Ayurvedic medicine with allopathic medicine but with a gap of at least an hour. However, in some cases like heart diseases, mental disorders and epilepsy we could take both medicines under the appropriate guidance of an Ayurvedic doctor, because in such cases consumption of allopathy and ayurveda together may create relatively more side effects.
Which treatment gives you better and quicker results, Ayurveda or Homeopathy?
Ayurvedic and Homeopathy are both alternative forms of natural medicine.They both differ in modes of treatment. Ayurveda is a herbal science made up of natural herbs & minerals to keep the three Doshas (Vata, Pitta & Kapha) in balance. Any imbalance in these three Doshas causes disease, whereas balancing the three Doshas is a state of well being. Ayurveda believes in giving a systemic relief as compared to homeopathy. In comparison to Homeopathy, Ayurveda is India’s own traditional system of medicine which believes in holistic healing.
Are there any health benefits of following an Ayurvedic diet?
Yes, following an Ayurvedic diet positively impacts the human body. Ayurveda uses a well-balanced and healthy diet in addition to various herbal remedies to heal all sorts of conditions and bring the body or the three Doshas– Vata, Pitta & Kapha in balance. The Ayurvedic diet is planned so as to put the Doshas in Samyak Awastha.
Is there any cure for depression in Ayurveda?
Ayurveda treats depression in a very gentle way. The Ayurvedic medicines used are safe and they strengthen the nervous system and calm the mind. These medicines have carminative effects on the nerves. Pranayam has an equally important role in the Ayurvedic treatment for depression. Lifestyle, routine and Ayurvedic medicines are the safest way to treat depression, strengthening the mind, body and soul with no addiction and no side effects.
Which is the best Ayurvedic medicine for weight loss without side effects?
Obesity is a fast growing problem in the world. Sthaulya, as mentioned in Ayurvedic texts, offer a wide variety of methods to lose weight. Medha Dhatu i.e. fat cells metabolism needs to be fastened with a lot of preparation made with combinations of Triphla and Guggul. Fastening the metabolism, getting rid of constipation and regular exercise (Vyam) with effective Ayurvedic combination provide a lot of relief without having any harsh effects on the gut or liver metabolism.
Is it possible to cure hairfall and regrow hair using Ayurveda?
Hairfall nowadays is more common due to regular use of chemicals and dyes. It weakens the hair follicles and ultimately leads to hair fall. The complete loss of hair from full head or small areas is called baldness. Ayurvedic texts mention ten herbs that are effective in improving hairfall related problems. They are called Keshya Mahakshayai. Herbs like Bhringraj in combination with other herbs are really effective. These herbs are used in medicines, oils and local application packs.
Is there a cure for all diseases in Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is India’s own system of medicine. It is one of the oldest systems of medicine ever adopted. It mentions some diseases in the category of Sadhya disease (curable diseases) and some in the category of Asadhya diseases(incurable diseases) and some as Yapya(which can be managed with medicines and lifestyle). But on the whole, each and every big or small disease has a mention in Ayurvedic texts with a complete Chikitsa (treatment) method. It gives special mention of Ahaar and Vihaar(food and lifestyle) for each disease.