London, UK (PRWEB UK) 10 October 2013
An ayurvedic doctor in Mumbai has been chosen for the International Aryrbhatta Award by the Association of Ayurvedic Professionals of North America (AAPNA), DNA India reported September 25th. According to the article, “Navi Mumbai ayurvedic doctor to receive Aryrbhatta Award in the US,” Dr Amar Dwivedi will be conferred with the award during the eighth international conference on “Ayurveda & Cancer Care” scheduled to take place between October 3rd and 6th in Las Vegas. Dr Dwivedi commented that the award is self-claimed that the AAPNA ‘decide after going through the research works in the field of ayurveda.’ (http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/1893602/report-navi-mumbai-ayurvedic-doctor-to-receive-aryrbhatta-award-in-the-us)
In celebration of this award, Yourwellness Magazine looked into the health benefits of ayurveda. Yourwellness Magazine pointed out, ‘A holistic healing-process that is starting to make waves amongst alternative-remedy practitioners in the UK is Ayurveda. The process was developed in India thousands of years ago, and combines a physical, emotional and mind-body-spirit approach to healing and wellness in order to replenish the body and help it to resist the strains of modern-life. Ayurveda is one of the Indian, “sciences of life”, and has long been associated with longevity and wellbeing.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2012/12/the-benefits-of-ayurveda/#sthash.EV3xxgWQ.dpuf)
Yourwellness Magazine explained that ayurveda involves the nourishment of what is referred to within the practice as ‘Doshas’, which are responsible for nurturing all physical, psychological and physiological processes that are instrumental to wellbeing. Yourwellness Magazine noted that an understanding of what types of Doshas people have can make them aware of the best diets and lifestyles they need to pursue in order to achieve good health and wellness. Yourwellness Magazine clarified that anxious people are considered to be influenced by a Dosha type known as, ‘Vata’, and balance can be brought to it with a combination of calming physical activities such as yoga and by consuming simple foods.
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