Friday, December 20, 2019

COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease)

COPD is related to chronic inflammatory lung disease which obstructs the airflow from the lungs. Smoking is the main cause for COPD and pollution, chemical fumes, dusts in the environment is also one of the reasons for it. People having COPD are at the higher risks of developing lung cancer, heart disease and high blood pressure. COPD can be treated with Ayurveda with no side effects. Most of the COPD patient’s takes antibiotics and inhalers depend on the severity of the condition. Excess use of antibiotics and inhalers can cause indigestion, nausea, stomach cramping, diarrhea etc. Our best ayurveda hospitalin Kerala treatment includes lifestyle modification, diet a pacification treatment which is one among the methods used. In Ayurveda respiratory diseases occur due to involvement of Pranavaha Srotas where cough, breathing difficulties, disturbed respiratory pattern occurs.
How to minimise the risk of COPD?
·         Avoid smoking
·         Eat healthy foods and avoid junk foods.
·         Avoid close contacts with the person suffered with respiratory infections.
·         Avoid over exposure t excessive heat, cold and high altitude
·         Exercise regularly and maintain normal good health.

Therapies in Ayurveda
COPD being a chronic progressive disease with irreversible changes needs early diagnosis and proper management.  Our Ayurvedichospital near Cochin airport has an extra care of diet, diet- pattern modifications and life style modifications with judicious use of Rasayana can play major role in the prevention or progression of COPD. Our ayurveda hospital in Kochi has Ayurvedic therapies and medications help in reducing the already aggravated kapha and vata dosha and relieving inflammation. Bio-purification (shodhana) can be performed regularly to capture and biologically degrade pollutants. This therapy helps in drying up excess mucus secretion in the respiratory system which can cause obstruction. Additionally, Nasya therapy can prevent the membrane lining the nasal cavity from coming in contact with irritants or pollutants.

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