Urinary Infection, a common condition that arises when infected by bacteria. The infection begins from the urethra and travels to the bladder and then to other parts of the body. A burning sensation, while urinating and increased frequency of urination are the main symptoms of this disease.
Common factors that contribute to Urinary problems:
According to Ayurveda physicians, Urinary tract Infection or Pittaj Mutrakrichhra is an increased outflow of Pitta Dosha. Pitta, an ayurvedic term symbolizes heat or fire and causes UTI to increase. An elevated Pitta produces heated toxins in the body that accumulates in the micro channels known as Urinary channels creating imbalance in the urinary system. Ayurvedic Medicines balance the infection fighting capacity of the body,according long term relief for the patients.
Varicose Veins occur as swollen veins on the legs and feet. The veins become swollen when the blood flow is not as smooth as expected. These veins occur in older patients, especially women on the legs.
Ayurveda doctor relates this to Siraja Granthi as mentioned in the Sushruta Samhita and Ashtang Snagraha. Under this type of treatment, the doshas, raise, and squeeze the network of veins for treating this type of problems.
Some common treatments like Abyanga, Swedhana, Jalakavacharana, Lepa, etc are the oldest forms of treatments in Ayurveda to cope with many diseases.