Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD)
Female infertility is the most common gynecological problem which many women in reproductive age is facing. Polycystic Ovarian disease (PCOD) is the most common cause for infertility in women. Prevalence of PCOS in Indian adolescence is 9.13%. PCOS is a condition where in which the individual has multiple cysts on the ovaries hindering its normal functions, resulting in anovulation, menstrual irregularities, obesity, hirsutism and acne, thereby leading to infertility if proper medical attention is deprived. The prevalence of this disease is increasing these days because of sedentary lifestyle, pollution, excessive intake of junk food, lack of exercise, emotional stress etc. PCOS has been linked to hormonal imbalance resulting in hyperandrogenism. It can also be due to other genetical and environmental causes.
PCOS treatment in ayurveda
Ayurveda, the Science of life with its holistic healing system addresses the root of the problem and corrects it with proper panchakarma treatment and medication. In Ayurvedic perspective to induce ovulation aamapachana, srothoshudhikara and kaphavata shamaka line of management needs to be done through proper panchakarma (internal and external therapies) and with proper lifestyle corrections through Yoga and Dietary management.
Cure PCOS naturally with ayurveda treatments
At Sanjeevanam, we accept it as our responsibility to bring the fruitfulness in all aspects of human life with proper treatment protocol at proper time as suggested by the ancient books of Ayurveda and Yoga. With our bespoke PCOS programme clubbing Ayurveda, Yoga and a healthy and balanced diet plan, a natural remedy for this lifestyle endocrinopathy is achieved.
What are some home remedies for PCOS?
PCOS may be eliminated or aggravated by the foods which are consumed. Garlic & onion are especially beneficial for PCOD condition. Regular exercise, Yogasanas (Suryanamaskara, Sarvangasana, Paschimottanasana, Ardhamatsyendrasana, Matsyasana) and all backward bending Asanas are recommended for PCOD patients.