Ayurvedic Treatment Advice for Allergy & Infection

A cough is a common symptom of viral respiratory infections and allergies. It can happen due to various conditions, it can also have various symptoms like of asthma, acid reflux into the esophagus (gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD), sinus infection, postnasal drip, bronchitis, cigarette smoking, pneumonia, tuberculosis (TB), hypersensitivity pneumonia (inflammation of the lung from exposure to certain environmental chemicals), or even lung cancer, some of them can be serious also. Therefore, a persistent cough or a cough that is associated with chest pain, fever, weight loss, or blood-tinged or discolored sputum should be evaluated by a doctor.

Allergy Causes:-

- The Immune system incorrectly perceives some substances as a threat

- Respiratory allergies are caused by airborne allergens like dust, pollen, etc

- Food allergy is caused as an adverse reaction to certain food items

- Contact allergy is caused by skin’s reaction to some metals, fragrances or latex

Ways to detect allergies symptoms? Reaction to allergies may vary in individuals and can cause:-

There are 3 types of allergies:

· Hives

· Rashes

· Anaphylactic attack in severe cases

Respiratory allergies which lead to:

· Sneezing

· Coughing

· Seasonal Cold

· Watering of eyes and nose

· Asthma

Food allergies which lead to:

· Diarrhea

· Flatulence

· Eczema

· Skin rashes

· Swelling of throat

Contact allergies which cause

· Itching inflammation

· Burning sensation

· Blisters

Skin allergies and other skin ailments are common during Monsoons owing to the weather being more humid during rainy season and also there is natural aggravation of Vata dosha. This makes the skin all the more sensitive and prone to skin allergies and skin troubles like itching, boils and allergic skin rash. Although there could be mixed symptoms of skin allergies and eruptions due to vitiation of any of the three doshas viz, vata, pitta and kapha according to ayurveda. Itching in the skin is due to the aggravated kapha, burning sensation and sometime fever and nausea due to the pitta and the undue increase in vata causes pain as per Ayurveda.

People who have predominant Vata dosha have skin that is dry, rough, scaly, thin and prone to wrinkles, whereas those with a predominant Pitta dosha have reddish, delicate skin that is very susceptible to rashes. Kapha constitutional types generally have oily, thick skin that is prone to breakouts. With respect to the dominant dosha of each individual, the various types of skin can be classified into three types.

- Vata Skin Type

- Pitta Skin Type

- Kapha Skin Type

Dry skin is also called xerosis, which is a common problem. In this problem skin needs moisture to stay smooth and supple, and retaining moisture is especially difficult in winters. Central heating of home and buildings is very drying to the skin which is commonly seen in the western countries.

Even the daily routines, such as bathing and towel drying, will actually remove the moisture from the skin. Modifying one’s bathing routine helps to preserve the skin moisture. Bathing also provides the skin with temporary moisture, but it actually removes the skin’s oily lipid layer and in the long run causes more moisture loss than gain.

Ayurveda believes it to be a vata imbalance, which occurs due to consumption of excess of dry food, difficult to digest heavy food or due to improper hygiene.

Ayurvedic advice on Do’s for proper balance of vata and pitta:-

· Recommended oil massage on your body

· Apply more oil on sole of your feet and palms of your hand

· Some fatty diet should be part of your regular diet like Ghee

· You must follow proper daily routine like Regular Exercise

· Proper intake of water on regular basis

· Intake of foods rich in Vitamin C and Vitamin E like Fruit and Green Leaf Vegetables

Ayurvedic advice on Don’t’s:-

· Avoid spicy and heavy to digest food

· Avoid too much of dry food stuff

· Avoid too much of fat intake

There has been a proven Ayurvedic treatment for infections and allergies like Sinus infection, Asthma, Chicken pox, Allergy, Allergy in children, TB, Allergic cold, Seasonal cold, Urticaria and Bronchitis. It’s advisable to take Ayurvedic expert advice for these infections and allergies at the initial stage. So, it’s easy for the Ayurveda doctors to control at the very initial stage.

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