Pulse Diagnosis

What is Ayurved?

Word Ayurved is composed of two Sanskrit terms – ‘Ayus’ meaning life and ‘Veda’ meaning knowledge, literally meaning – the knowledge and science of life.

Ayurved Principles

Ayurved uses 5 element (space/ air, wind, fire, water and earth) and Tridosha theory (Vata, Pita, Kapha) to detect personality, ailment and treatment.

Panchakarma

We offer Panchakarma therapies like, Vamana, Virechana, Anuvasana Basti, Niruha Basti and Nasya, along with many other pre and post procedural treatments.

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Aiming to offer finest Ayurvedic treatment service we, at NIROGDHAM are all set with ayurvedic treatment services. Located in Baroda (Gujarat), we provide all traditional and authentic ayurvedic therapies.

Pulse Diagnosis

Ayurved has got something more than the above general information about pulse.
According to Ayurved, every cell in our body sends its own unique signal to the heart via different vital organs and the blood stream. These praanic currents of energy are then compressed into rhythmic pulsation, which can be decoded to reveal what is going on in the liver or the kidneys, the left ventricle of the heart or the right fallopian tube. One electro-magnetic wave is all it takes to telecast an entire scene; likewise, our constitution has devised out how to convey the entire body’s activities through the pulse.

The term naadi literally means “a tube or channel through which something flows”. Pulse examination is the examination of the arterial pulses at certain points on the body. The early hours of the morning are the best times for pulse examination. The pulse at the wrist on the right hand is selected for the men and on the left hand for the women. While examining the pulse, the patient is made to sit comfortably, relieved of his natural urges and with faith in the examiner.

How It Works?

When an Ayurvedic physician touches your wrist, he probes deep into your general state of health, ill health and even the bad prognosis. Naadi spandana is caused by heartbeats and the consequent movement of rasa (comparable to plasma) and rakta (comparable to blood). Rasa dhaahu is the medium for the tridoshas to circulate all over the body, their signs being found in the naadi. Proficiency in pulse diagnosis is gained by long practice, alertness and guidance from the preceptor. Though learning to detect disease from the pulse is a skill belonging to the physician.