Ayurveda follows a holistic approach, regardless of where and what your present complaints are, Ayurveda considers your whole constitution. It acts therefore particularly effective in the long-term recovery and thus, for a long and healthy life.
Ayurveda teaches that a disease never appears as a single phenomenon, it is rather the result of unhealthy habits, accumulated over several years. Therefore a person is diagnosed as a whole. The Ayurveda diagnose includes for example pulse diagnosis, tongue diagnosis, eye diagnosis, urine tests and a general physical examination, regardless of where in the body area the present complaints are. The holistic diagnostic serves to determine the individual constitution, the ratio of the Dosha’s in the patient. Thus, an ayurvedic doctor examines the constitution of a person precisely in order to be able to determine the required treatment and make the right selection from the variety of Ayurvedic treatments.
The ever-accelerating pace of our everyday life, the permanent demand for efficiency and the complex working and living conditions require us increasingly more energy than is good for us. This may fall into a permanent imbalance of the Dosha’s. The ayurvedic medicine offers help for this problem. It has proved itself over the millennia, especially in the prevention and chronic disease. More and more people are finding the benefits of Ayurveda, which brings together the physical and mental practice and can be wonderfully integrated into modern life.