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Bipolar DisorderAyurvedic Treatment for Bipolar Disorder - Medicines, Home Remedies and Diet Charts
 

Bipolar disorder is a psychological disorder in which the patient experiences abnormalities and disturbances of the mood, severe mood swings and irritation so we can say here that again vata is the pimr dosha here and patient should try to normalize the vata dosha through medicinal herbs. In bipolar disorder, patient experiences episodes of serious mania and depression which can range from acute to chronic. Mood swings are also extreme in nature with the patient’s mood varying from aggressive and irritable to sadness and hopelessness, with periods of normalcy in between so one can see here that swings are from one extreme to other extreme and patient can be quite troublesome to manage at times. Unlike mood states of normal person, a bipolar patient’s mood can be extreme and even life-threatening as well and sch patients should never be left alone at home. The disease leads to disruption of normal life for both the patient and caretakers so extreme caution is always recommended for such patients and proper treatment has to be taken. You are welcome to contact Nakra Ayurveda Hospitals and Herbals Pvt Ltd to avail our Free Online Ayurveda Consultation for Bipolar Disorder.

Causes of Bipolar Disorder
 

The principle cause for bipolar disorder according to Ayurveda medicinal science is a significant vata imbalance which affects the sensory impressions and circulation in the nervous system so these have to be addressed while planning the prescription for the patient. Due to this, the mental properties satva, rajas and tamas are also affected and as a result all the associated signs does happen as explained above. At Nakra Ayurveda Hospitals and Herbals Pvt Ltd, we investigate all possible factors to identify the root-cause before beginning Bipolar Disorder treatment and then patient is enabled towards complete healing through intake of illness specific medicinal herbs.
 

Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder
 

  • - Depression

  • - Mania

  • - Mood swings
     

Ayurvedic Bipolar Disorder Treatment
 

Ayurvedic herbs used for Bipolar Disorder treatment are adaptogenic in nature and thus they are able to reach uptil minutest cell / tissue in our body and enable good health benefits. They are equally valuable for mania or depression and also absolutely safe without any side effects. The intent is not to force the brain out of a depressive or a manic episode by providing herbal uppers or downers but to balance the doshas and to normalize the production of neurotransmitters and its this mode of action which makes medicinal herbs highly successful in patients suffering from bipolar disorder.
 

Diet & Lifestyle Advice for Patients of Bipolar Disorder
 

  • - Fresh fruits, fruit juices, vegetables (raw or cooked or boiled), vegetable juices, sprouts, nuts, dry fruits, honey, milk, ghee, fresh butter, and buttermilk are the best to increase sattva and enrich the mind because all these are good anti oxidants and thus our behavior to think good and positive are increased with the intake of these very food substances. Try to cut down, or if possible stop, the use of black tea, coffee, white flour products, chocolates, white sugar products, deep fried foods, hot spices, meat, fish, and eggs because all these tend to vitiate the vayu dosha further and thus are not advised for intake. 
     

  • - Breathing exercises: Mind has a very close relation with breathing and it helps as well a lot. A person has short and shallow breathing when anxious or stressed and has deep breathing when relaxed and happy so always try to stay relaxed with calm breathing techniques. Next time you become stressed, watch your breathing and then Try to slow it down for best health benefits.
     

Treatment / Prescription / Consultation / Home remedies for Bipolar Disorder - please send an email to dramit.nakra@gmail.com