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Ayurvedic Tips for Alzheimer’s disease

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Ayurvedic Tips for Alzheimer’s disease


Although memory loss can be generally easily identified, it is also most commonly attributed to Alzheimer’s based on the age and history. Accurate diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease is only done post death by microscopic examination of the brain.1

Some tests are done to estimate the disease in the living, these are1 -

  • Physical and neurological exam: This is performed to check the overall neurological health and reflexes1
  • Lab tests: Tests for blood help rule out other causes like thyroid disease and nutritional deficiencies.1
  • Mental status and neuropsychological testing: Detailed testing for mental functions may be performed.1
  • Brain imaging: This helps identify neurological conditions like a stroke, trauma or tumors — that may be responsible for memory loss.1

Diet Recommendations (Aahar)

Alzheimer’s disease is an outcome of the ageing process. Diet should be aimed at slowing the aging process and nourishing the nervous system.

Dry vegetables, meat, sesame, germinated cereals, pulses should be used in diet.

Avoid our, saline, pungent and alkaline food items. Also avoid contradictory food, unwholesome and Abhisyandi (those which obstruct the channels of normal circulation) putrid and stale food.3

Lifestyle changes (Vihar)

Activities that accelerate ageing should be avoided. These are - day time sleep, sexual enjoyment and heavy alcohol intake etc. Those who expose their physique to the strain of irregular and excessive exercise and those who are subjected to excess of fear, anger, grief, greed, infatuation and overwork are also having risk of premature aging.3

Some asanas that are helpful are as follows -

  • Suryanamaskara:

It is a whole body exercise and is particularly helpful because it encourages you to breathe deeply and rhythmically.

  • Pranayama

Paroxysmal gamma waves produced in brain during the Bhramari Pranayama which is associated with positive thoughts, feelings of happiness and acts as a natural antidepressant.

Disclaimer: The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose or ayurvedic treatment of psychiatry-mental-diseases and/or alzheimer’s disease without consulting the doctor. Consult your physician before beginning an exercise regime. "While we have products /ayurvedic medicines for psychiatry-mental-diseases and/or alzheimer’s disease, you must consult an authorized physician before taking any of the products. For more information on products, visit www.dabur.com or call 1800-103-1644"

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