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Ayurvedic Treatment for Hepatitis
Hepatitis is a condition for which there are several “vaccines” but no treatment has been developed yet for the condition. Here we are discussing the different aspect of the treatments for Hepatitis so that you can understand that what exactly you need to do to get rid of this condition.
Treatment according to modern Health sciences:
There is no specific treatment for hepatitis. Sufferers are advised to rest, avoid fatty foods and alcohol (these may be poorly tolerated for some additional months during the recovery phase and cause minor relapses), eat a well-balanced diet, and stay hydrated.
Ayurvedic Treatment of Hepatitis:
Ayurvedic treatment of Hepatitis is based on the concept of “rejuvenation”. Ayurveda is not aimed to leave the liver alone and to get restored. Ayurveda believes to help liver to restore and rejuvenate to the normal level. This normalcy should be of either types- structural as well as working normalcy of the liver. Liver functions can be normalized only after achieving this twofold repair.
Basically in case of Liver diseases, the treatment is aimed on the concept of Agni in Ayurveda. As per Ayurveda Agni is the main part of the digestion and all the digestive processes are controlled and regulated by Agni. The main seat for Agni is told as Liver, so the treatment is aimed totally on the rejuvenation of the liver cells so that all the actions of Liver will be optimized. Our team of Vaidyas has developed a complete treatment for Hepatitis. Check here
Remember our goal, to take as much stress and strain off the liver as we can.
Lifestyle recommendations for Hepatitis:
- Eat slowly and not in front of the TV.
- Maintain normal weight. It is estimated that 75 percent of obese people have a fatty liver - which may lead to cirrhosis, liver failure and liver cancer. So it is best to maintain weight in healthy limits.
- Do not eat when you are angry, frustrated, or bored. Instead go take a walk and talk to yourself. This is a great way to relieve your stress.
- Avoid smoking. Smoking should be terminated, as it has been linked to the development of liver cancer and enhance the toxic effects of some medications on the liver.
- Avoid recreational drug use. Intravenous drug use is a common mode of hepatitis B and C transmission. If you currently use Intravenous drugs do not share needles. Marijuana smoking has been shown to increase the risk of liver scarring in those who have hepatitis C. So it is best to avoid all these drugs.
- Drink alcohol in moderation - especially if you are a woman. While alcoholism is more common among men, it has been demonstrated that women are more susceptible to the adverse consequences of alcohol on the liver.
- Do not share toothbrushes, razors or other personal items with anyone. These may be routes of transmission of hepatitis B or C.
Exercise. Along with nutrition, exercise is an essential part of good health. Some of the common symptoms associated with chronic hepatitis in the setting of no cirrhosis that isn't too advanced, such as fatigue or depressed mood, may be improved with regular, moderate exercise. You should begin any exercise program gradually and, depending on your level of health, under a physician's guidance. Most exercise, however small the amount, is very beneficial to your health and well-being. It is an excellent complement to good nutrition.