Ayurvedic Weight Loss programme includes a combination of massage, lifestyle changes and some special Ayurveda medications. It is a natural treatment that does not include any surgery or strict diet plans. Weight management therapy is one of the most common reasons why people visit Ayurvedic centres or clinic.
What is Obesity?
Obesity is a medical condition and refers to excessive body fat. It occurs when the amount of calorie consumption exceeds the amount of calories lost. Obesity is not just a cosmetic concern, but it is a serious condition that is associated with several health problems such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, Back Pain, bone diseases, etc. Obesity or overweight status is determined on the basis of Body Mass Index (BMI), which is further evaluated in terms of fat distribution.
What Causes Obesity?
The main cause of increased body weight is the imbalance between number of calories consumed and burnt. Unhealthy eating habits, eating disorders, high intake of calorie-rich food, physical inactivity, family history, smoking, too much sitting, or illnesses increase your risk of becoming obese.
Why is It Important To Undergo Obesity Treatment?
According to the world health organization (WHO) report, overweight and obesity are the fifth leading causes of death worldwide. Overweight or obesity is a known risk factor for several chronic diseases including heart disease, Diabetes, high blood pressure, brain stroke, and some cancers. In order to reduce the risk of other illnesses associated with obesity, it is essential to reduce weight.
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How Is Ayurvedic Weight Loss Programme Different Than Conventional Therapies?
Ayurveda describes obesity as Sthaulya or Medo roga. Obesity has been described as a disorder in which diminished bio-digestive fire of Meda-dhatu leads to excess formation of Meda (Fats) in your body. The biggest difference between Ayurvedic Weight Loss therapies and more conventional Western methods is the focus on burning the digestive resistant fat depositions by reigniting the digestive fires. Since Ayurvedic Weight Loss therapies focus on lifestyle modification, the doctors also give some natural Weight Loss tips that needs changes in your diet and regular exercise.
Ayurveda presents a four-fold approach to lose weight.
- Detoxifying techniques
- Lifestyle Modifications
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What Ayurvedic Therapies Are Offered For Obesity and Overweight Treatment?
Ayurvedic Obesity treatment is also be referred to as Ayurvedic Fat loss treatment as the therapies focus on burning the stubborn fat, mobilise it and get it out from the body. These Ayurvedic treatments result in assured inch loss without any side effects.
Ayurvedic therapies offered at the Cauvery Ayurveda Gramam for Weight Loss include,
Udvartanam : Udvartanam is a massage that uses herbal powder mixed with warm oil. This paste is massaged on to the whole body with special attention to areas of increased fat deposits. The strokes used in massage result in scrapping and liquefaction of excess kapha(Fats). The strokes further facilitate easy transportation of excess fat to the central eliminatory channels.
Kashaya Vasti : Kashaya Vasti involves enema using medicated decoction. It helps in easy elimination of excess fats from the body.
Herbal oral medications : Oral medication containing Ayurvedic herbs such as Garcinia gambogia, Commiphora Mukkul, Bitumen have shown tremendous potential in inducing Weight Loss.
6 Smart Weight Loss Tips to Remember
Practice mindful eating : Avoid eating while watching tv or talking on phone
Watch the calories and not portion size of meals : Foods with low calories such as fruits and vegetables have higher water content and more fibre. On the other hand, foods like salty snacks or even some baked goods are high on calorie although they are fat-free. So choose your foods wisely.
Drink plenty water : It’s important to flush out the toxins
Do not skip meals : Instead eat every 2 to 3 hours
Eat smartly at the social Events : While eating at parties or buffets, fill up your plate with salads first. This way you will end up eating lesser calories.
Manage your stress : One of culprits for that binge eating and snacking. Practice meditation, yoga or other methods to de-stress yourself.