This book is only for information and not to be used for treatment purposes. Consult your doctor before applying any health procedure
- Water Therapy
- Jin Shin Jyutsu.
- Oil Pulling (only in revised edition)
- Health in your Kitchen (Only in revised edition)
The due credit for researching on Water Therapy must go to Dr Fereydoon Batmanghelidj (M.D), and to Master Jiro Murai for Jin Shin Jyutsu. This book is inspired by the work of these masters, who had devoted their lives on the subject. In utmost humility I do not proclaim expertise on these subjects.
This book shall deliver the basic knowledge on these three methods. I would request the readers’ discretion to use this book more from the perspective of information. I wish to emphasis that this book in no way is a substitute to medical treatment; Please consult competent Medical Professional before starting the procedures.
Here's a straightforward example of Dr B’s research:
- Head Ache
- Blood Pressure / Hypertension
- Anaemia (Blood shortage)
- Rheumatism (Pain in joints/muscles)
- General Paralysis
- Obesity (Fatness)
- Pulmonary Tuberculosis
- Kidney Stones
- Urogenital Diseases
- Hyper acidity / GERD
- Gastro – entities
- Rectal Piodapse
- Eye diseases
- Ophthalmic Haemorrhage & Reddish eye
- Irregular Menstruation
- Uterus Cancer
- Breast Cancer
- Early morning, after you get up from bed, (without even brushing your teeth) drink 1.25 litters of water i.e. 5 to 6 glasses. You may wash your face thereafter.
- Here it is very essential to note that nothing else, neither drinks nor solid food of any sort should be taken within 1 hr. before and after drinking these 1.25 litters of water.
- It is also to be strictly observed that no alcoholic drinks shall be taken the previous night.
- If required, boiled and filtered water may be used for this purpose. Is it possible to drink 1.25 litters of water at one time? This is a BIG QUESTION? To begin with, one may find it difficult to drink 1.25 litters of water at one time, but one will get used to it gradually. Initially, while practicing you may start by drinking half a litre of water and gradually increase it by 100 ml every week till you reach the desired 1.25 litter of water. You may find the necessity to urinate 2-3 times within an hour, but it will become normal after some time.
- During the day you may continue to drink water as required by the body, which depends on the climate as well as work profile of each individual. However drinking 150 ml per hour over and above the first 1.25 Litre can be considered as rule of thumb.
- 150 ml of water 30 minutes before meals will help digestion and reduce acidity.
- 150 ml of water before bath will help lower blood pressure.
- 150 ml of water before sleep will reduce chances of stroke or heart attack.
- During the day do not drink water within 45 minutes of solid food like lunch or dinner.
Some Naturopaths advise to use edible castor oil in the initial stage of water therapy, to clean colon even better. Drink 20 ml of edible castor oil, around 4am in the morning at following frequency.
- Every day in the first week.
- Alternate days in the second week.
- Twice a week in the third week.
- Once a week from the fourth week on wards.
- If one gets swelling in the body, especially in legs, hands or face.
- If one gets running nose or continuous cough.
- If one feels giddy or restless after drinking the water.
- People with Kidney disorders should not practice water therapy.
- If one feels disoriented after drinking morning water than do water therapy with only 600 ml of water and introduce sea salt in food.
- Please consult your physician before starting water therapy.
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Have you ever thought of significance of Kumbh Mela that happens in India, every twelve years, which attended by billions of people? Let me try and give you the real significance of it.
Let us conclude this section on Water Therapy with a popular Japanese story:
One early morning, a skinny old man, Mr. Yamada went to a public bathhouse. Usually, Yamada was the first customer to visit every morning because he was ashamed of his skinny body. Thinking that he was the first one to enter the bathhouse, he saw a man with a well-built body, smiling and greeting to him.
Yamada also greeted, "Good morning, sir".
He continued to say, "By the way, sir, do you live near here?"
The smiling stranger answered, "Oh, I am travelling around. Why do you visit the bath so early in the morning? Do you enjoy taking a bath?"
Yamada replied, "You see, I am very skinny suffering with lot of dis-eases and I'm so ashamed to show my body."
The glowing and good looking man said, "Oh, it's easy to get healthy, just drink a glass of water every time you wake up. After a week, increase your drinking to two glasses of water daily. Is it so simple? I was also skinny like you before."
The chief replied, "What are you talking? You are the only one customer here."
A Jin Shin session begins with listening to the pulse, which reveals to the practitioner information about the current flow of energy and state of being of the client. It indicates where he or she needs help. Unlike modern medicine, the emphasis is not on diagnosing, but on harmonizing. All disease begins with blockages of energy, and the pulse shows the practitioner the specific energy points that need to be held to restore the harmonious flow, without creating additional stress in the client's mind about the condition.
The remaining treatment consists of gently holding points in various combinations until complete harmony of energy and pulsation is established.
The Main Central Universal Harmonizing Energy corresponds energetically and physically most closely to the spinal column (the most concentrated physical manifestation of energy in vertebrates) and associates similarly with the chakra modalities. As a source, it functions as a master gateway for the myriad body function energies, coordinating general harmony throughout the bodily network of energetic pathways. It is therefore a good idea to keep this flow as "tuned-up" as possible. The following diagram outlines a daily self-help session to balance the Main Central.
Begin with the right hand on the top of the head (R1) and left hand on the third eye or center of eyebrows (L1). Keeping the right hand in place, move the left hand to the tip of the nose (L2). Continue to follow the diagram above down the front of the body until the left hand reaches the pubic bone (L5). Move the right hand to the tip of the coccyx (R2). Hold the hand positions while "listening" for the harmony in your pulse (you will note, with practice, the slight pulsation at each point--hold the positions until you sense rhythmic, synchronous pulsations in the right and left hands); imagine energy flowing in the direction of your left hand's placement, down the front and up the back of your spine.
The hands and the fingers are the keys to self help in Jin Shin Jyutsu.
The procedure is to wrap the hand over the finger of another hand. Each finger should be held for a minimum of 3 minutes. However no harm holding it longer. Holding the fingers every day, whenever your hands are free to do so, is a good way to clean, harmonise and revitalise all our 144,000 energy functions. The good news is that the effects over time are cumulative, so the more you hold your fingers, the more you’ll feel the effects (you’ll feel calmer, think straighter, have more energy etc)
INDEX FINGER: Corresponds to fear, mental confusion, frustration. Physical symptoms are digestive problems and muscle problems like backaches. The corresponding organs are Kidney and Bladder.
MIDDLE FINGER: Corresponds with anger, irritability, indecisiveness. Physical symptoms are eye or vision problems, fatigue, circulation problems. The corresponding organs are Liver and Gall bladder.
RING FINGER: Corresponds with sadness, fear of rejection, grief, negativity. Physical symptoms are digestive, breathing or serious skin problems. The corresponding organs are Lungs and Larger Intestine.
LITTLE FINGER: Corresponds with overdoing it, insecurity, effort, nervousness. Physical symptoms are bone or nerve problems, sore throat. The corresponding organs are Stomach and Spleen. The corresponding organs are Heart and Small Intestine.
* Headaches (esp. base of thumb)
* Stress and nerves
* Ground and calm
* Skin surface
* Stomach and spleen energy
* When have to SIT a lot
* Digestion, constipation
* Self criticism, shyness
* Muscle tension
* Kidney and bladder energy
* When have to STAND a lot (be on your feet)
* general fatigue
* eyes, vision
* balance emotions
* liver and gallbladder energy
* when have to READ a lot
* respiratory functions
* excessive mucus
* skin conditions
* lung and large intestine energy
* when have to RECLINE a lot
* trying too hard (at anything)
* insecurity, nervousness
* heart and small intestine energy
* when need to WALK a lot
- Jin Shin Jyutsu should not be practiced before or within one hour of meals.
- Pregnant ladies should not practice Jin Shin Jyutsu.
- It is advised to consult your Physician before starting the Jin Shin Jyutsu sessions.
History of Oil Pulling:
Dr. F. Karsch, M.D., presented a paper to the All-Ukrainian Association outlining rather incredible possibilities oil pulling is capable of. Going by Dr. Karsch, oil pulling benefits can help with almost any illness or chronic condition.
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Oil pulling may also increase saponification in the mouth, creating a soapy environment that cleanses the mouth as vegetable fat is an emulsifier by nature. Most interesting is perhaps the ability of oil to cleanse out harmful bacteria, as well as reduce fungal overgrowth. These oils also possibly help in cellular restructuring, and are related to the proper functioning of the lymph nodes and other internal organs.
Other possible benefits of oil pulling for overall health include:
Scientific Studies on Sesame Oil & Oil Pulling
FAQs on Oil Pulling:
What is the best time to practice oil pulling?
Who can practice oil pulling?
What other oils can be used for oil pulling?
The quantity of 10 ml of oil is too little for oil pulling. Can we do with 20 ml of oil?
Can we do any other work while doing oil pulling?
Is there any difference in the practice of oil pulling for Acute and Chronic diseases?
What problems can arise during oil pulling?
How long will it take to cure a particular disease?
Are there any side effects of Oil Pulling?
Are there restrictions on the use of medicine or treatment during Oil Pulling?
How to wash mouth after oil pulling? Shall I use Ayurvedic tooth powder after oil pulling? Oil pulling before brushing or after brushing?
If a person is suffering from knee pain and shoulder joint pain for the past three months, whether oil pulling would heal above ailments. Which oil would be useful for Oil Pulling? sesame oil, coconut oil or sun flower oil?
When I pull, I get the need to swallow periodically, I try to fight it but I have to, is that normal?
Does it help with whitening teeth, receding gums and gum sensitivity due to crowns?
Analysis of 1041 testimonies indicates cure of the following types of diseases: -
like allergies, cold, headache etc
|Allergy and respiratory problems of lungs|
like asthma, bronchitis etc
|Skin problems like pigmentation,|
itching, rashes, scars, eczema, etc
|Arthritis and joint pains||091|
|Heart disease and Blood Pressure||074|
|Diseases pertaining to female|
reproductive system reported by women
Health in your Kitchen
Back ground to Ancient Indian Healing :
Our body is mostly alkaline. A pH (potential Hydrogen) level between 1 and 6.9 is considered acidic, while one between 7.1 and 14 is marked alkaline. The human body’s natural pH level stands at 7.45, making it alkaline. All fruits and vegetables, natural juices like coconut water are alkaline, which make them a better nutrition fit than say animal proteins, tea, coffee, sugar, alcohol, and packaged foods that have high acidic levels. An imbalance in pH levels, can lead to a disruption in cellular activity, causing health problems that range from heartburn to heart disease.
Nutrients in foods do not work alone in isolation, instead they work together as a powerhouse team in what’s called synergy. We’re often so focused on single nutrients like vitamin c and calcium, that we don’t consider that maybe it’s how these nutrients work with one another that make them so great.
The Journal of Nutrition in 2004 conducted a study on rats that were fed tomatoes and broccoli. Prostate tumors grew less in rats fed a combination of tomatoes and broccoli versus rats who were fed tomatoes and broccoli on its own. They even isolated and removed the cancer fighting substances found in tomatoes and broccoli and fed them to the rats, but they were ineffective. The point I’m trying to make is, a lycopene (the potent nutrient in tomatoes) supplement might be useful, but the whole tomato is better, and that tomato with a bit of fat is even better, but that tomato with a bit of fat and some broccoli is so much better. Why exactly? Scientists are still unsure but it’s all attributed to food synergy.
Eat Right To Be Healthy :
Let me explain the point with the help of examples of some common diseases.
Osteoporosis : Calcium deficiency is not the cause of this condition. It’s a diet that’s either very rich in acidic foods or high in protein. Proteins are broken down into amino acids which are acid yeilding. And so, consuming large amounts of animal protein results in the body extracting calcium from the bones to neutralise the effect of acids. When the lost calcium is not restored, it causes osteoporosis over a period of time.
Food solution: Eat foods rich in vitamin D (it helps the body absorb calcium from foods), eliminate acidic foods like colas and caffeine. Include more fruits and vegetables in your meals. Green leafy veggies are rich in Vitamin K, and help rebuild bones.
Diabetes : Sugar is not the cause of diabetes, rather high blood sugar is the result of diabetes. The real cause of type 2 diabetes is the presence of fats in muscle cells. Beta cells present in the pancreas monitor the bloodstream for glucose. When blood sugar levels rise after meals, the beta cells respond by secreting insulin. Insulin helps in the further absorption of glucose. Consumption of unhealthy fats causes beta cells to lose their ability to sense glucose in the blood, allowing blood sugar to rise unnaturally.
Food solution: Avoid unhealthy fats found in fried foods, packaged foods, butter, meat, whole fat dairy products, and most vegetable oils. Any fat that comes with fibre is good for you. Think peanuts, cashew, and sunflower, sesame and pumpkin seeds.
Acne : Eating processed foods increases imbalance of Omega-3 fats in the diet and aggravate acne. Omega-3 fats are known to counter the effect of inflammatory chemicals that lead to breakouts.
Food solution: Have a diet that’s low on sugar and rich in whole grains, fibre, fruits and vegetables. It will balance the body’s insulin levels. Go for Omega-3 rich walnuts, flaxseeds, spinach and strawberries. Avoid fried and greasy foods.
High blood pressure : Blood pressure is the force ex- erted against the walls of the arteries as blood flows through them. If a person has high blood pressure, it means that the walls of the arteries are receiving too much pressure repeatedly. Consumption of unhealthy fats leads to a build up of cholesterol deposits along the artery walls, thinning the passage for blood flow, and thereby adding to the pressure.
Food solution: Adopt a two-pronged approach — stay away from unhealthy fats found in fried and packaged foods, and boost the intake of potassium, a mineral that reduces the effect of sodium on blood pressure levels. Mushrooms, bananas, dark green leafy vegetables, sweet potatoes, oranges and dates are high in potassium.
Asthma : Asthma is an allergic response of the body to a substance, such as foreign dust particles or foods that cause swelling or inflammation of the airways. High levels of histamine, a chemical messenger that helps direct the body’s response to a foreign invader, have been found to inflammate respiratory airways.
Food solution: Although no diet can guarantee the reversal of asthma, avoiding foods that up histamine levels can help control it. These include: alcohol, vinegar, ketchup, confectionary made with yeast, sour cream and fermented and processed foods.
Maintain the balance of food
The pH scale measures the difference between alkaline and acid based substances, including food. For example, chocolate and coffee are acidic while leafy greens and lemons are extremely alkaline. What does this matter?
An alkaline body is one of the best ways to achieve health. A healthy body is more than just about your weight. When the body is alkaline based, optimum weight will be achieved, effortlessly.
When you take into account how a food affects your whole body (skin, mood, hair, joints), then you can stop focusing so much on your weight.
When our bodies become acidic, we experience an array of symptoms from inflammation, indigestion, fatigue, nausea, weight gain, headaches, sour mood, dry and sallow or oily skin, brittle or dry hair, and often digestive woes like constipation or poor digestion overall. Too much consumption of acidic foods tends to make our bodies just cave in, like they want to give up on the effort of going any further. They also make us crave food because our cells aren't being nourished on a deep level.
Alkaline foods on the other hand, act like a flushing of pure water through our cells that rejuvenate us, energize us, give us youthful skin, balance our weight, lubricate our joints and make our skin, hair and nails beautiful. This is why the raw food diet is so popular- it is based on alkalinity and raw foods are the best source for alkaline sources. While I don't eat a raw diet, I do truly value alkaline foods because I can tell a major difference when I eat alkaline versus too much acidic foods.
In ancient Indian scriptures, food has been classified in 3 categories.
Satvik food with pH value above 9.
Rajasi food with pH value between 6 - 9.
Tamasi food with pH value below 6.
For healthy body one should have 80% of the total food above pH value of 7 and 20% of the total food below pH value of 7.
Orange-coloured foods such as oranges and carrots contain betacarotene and betacryptoxanthin that keep the skin and eyes healthy, and also protect against arthritis. Yellow foods such as bananas and sweet corn contain carotenoids that boost the immune system and keep the heart healthy. White foods, including garlic, onions, cauliflower and mushrooms, are rich in vitamin C, and antibiotic and antifungal compounds that fight cell damage and keep the fighter white blood cells healthy. Red foods like tomatoes and watermelons contain the powerful antioxidant lycopene which acts as an internal sunscreen and protects you from sunburn, prevents osteoporosis and heart diseases.
Greens such as peas, broccoli and spinach are packed with sulforaphane, isothiocyanate, and indoles which stimulate the liver to keep cancer producing chemicals in check.
Always choose real foods over processed foods. If the food didn’t grow in a garden or a farm, then it’s not a real food. This means choose the potato over the potato chips. Eat an orange rather than drink orange juice. Eat fruit instead of fruit snacks.
Diversify your food. Always aim for eating a variety of foods and colors. Whole foods vary in color because they all possess their own unique set of nutrients. Choose foods with bright colors and you’ll be sure to get a wide range of needed nutrients for disease prevention, optimal performance, high energy, and clear thinking.
Ancient Indian Perspective on Illness :
::: Kitchen Remedies for Diseases :::
As described above ama and vata are the main causes, so efforts should be made to digest ama and to reduce the vata. The digestion should be improved so that no further ama is produced.Replacing acidic food with alkaline food will certainly help. Efforts should be made to relieve the pain and inflammation. This is the line of treatment according to ancient Indian scriptures.
Constipation is defined medically as fewer than three stools per week and severe constipation as less than one stool per week.
Constipation usually is caused by the slow movement of stool through the colon.
There are many causes of constipation including medications, poor bowel habits, low fiber diets, abuse of laxatives, hormonal disorders, and diseases primarily of other parts of the body that also affect the colon.
The two disorders limited to the colon that cause constipation are colonic inertia and pelvic floor dysfunction.
High levels of estrogen and progesterone during pregnancy also can cause constipation.
Medical evaluation for the cause of constipation should be done when constipation is of sudden onset, severe, worsening, associated with other worrisome symptoms such as loss of weight, or is not responding to simple, safe treatments.
Medical evaluation of constipation may include a history, physical examination, blood tests, abdominal X-rays, barium enema, colonic transit studies, defecography, anorectal motility studies, and colonic motility studies.
The goal of therapy for constipation is one bowel movement every two to three days without straining.
Treatment of constipation may include dietary fiber, non-stimulant laxatives, stimulant laxatives, enemas, suppositories, biofeedback training, and surgery.
Stimulant laxatives should be used as a last resort because of the possibility that they may permanently damage the colon and worsen constipation.
Most herbal laxatives contain stimulant-type laxatives and should be used, if at all, as a last resort.
What is constipation?
Constipation means different things to different people. For many people, it simply means infrequent stools. For others, however, constipation means hard stools, difficulty passing stools (straining), or a sense of incomplete emptying after a bowel movement. The cause of each of these "types" of constipation probably is different, and the approach to each should be tailored to the specific type of constipation.
Constipation also can alternate with diarrhea. This pattern commonly occurs as part of the irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). At the extreme end of the constipation spectrum is fecal impaction, a condition in which stool hardens in the rectum and prevents the passage of any stool.
The number of bowel movements generally decreases with age. Ninety-five percent of adults have bowel movements between three and 21 times per week, and this would be considered normal. The most common pattern is one bowel movement a day, but this pattern is seen in less than 50% of people. Moreover, most people are irregular and do not have bowel movements every day or the same number of bowel movements each day.
Medically speaking, constipation usually is defined as fewer than three bowel movements per week. Severe constipation is defined as less than one bowel movement per week. There is no medical reason to have a bowel movement every day. Going without a bowel movement for two or three days does not cause physical discomfort, only mental distress for some people. Contrary to popular belief, there is no evidence that "toxins" accumulate when bowel movements are infrequent or that constipation leads to cancer.
It is important to distinguish short term (recent onset) constipation from chronic (long term) constipation. Acute constipation requires urgent assessment because a serious medical illness may be the underlying cause (for example, tumors of the colon). Constipation also requires an immediate assessment if it is accompanied by worrisome symptoms such as rectal bleeding, abdominal pain and cramps, nausea and vomiting, and involuntary loss of weight. In contrast, the evaluation of chronic constipation may not be urgent, particularly if simple measures bring relief.
Here are a few of Natural items that can work wonders:
1. Triphala powder or Triphala Churna, consists of three fruits - Amla or Indian gooseberry, Haritaki (Chebulic Myrobalan) and Vibhitaki (Bellirica Myrobalan). It is a great laxative and helps to regulate digestion and bowel movements. You can either have one teaspoon with warm water or mix the powder with honey. Having this mixture either before going to bed or early in the morning on an empty stomach can relieve constipation almost instantaneously. The advantage of this powder is that it is not habit forming and a completely natural alternative to chemical laxatives.
2. Raisins (kishmish) are packed with fiber and act as great natural laxatives. Soak a handful in water overnight and have them first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. This remedy also works wonders for pregnant woman, without the side effects of medication.
3. Guavas (amrood or peru) have soluble fibre in the pulp and insoluble fiber content in the seeds. They also help with the mucus production in the anus and with peristalsis (a series of contractions within the intestinal lining that helps the passage of food in the stomach).
4. Lemon (Nimbu) juice is recommended by most Ayurvedic practitioners. A warm glass of water with lemon and salt, first thing in the morning not only acts as a cleansing agent for the intestines, the salt content helps in quick and easy passage of stool. All you need to do is mix one teaspoon of lemon juice in a glass of warm water. Add a pinch of salt to the solution. Drink this juice on an empty stomach to relieve constipation.
5. Figs (Anjeer), either dried or ripe, are packed with fiber. For relief from constipation, boil a few figs in a glass of milk, drink this mixture at night before bed. Make sure the mixture is warm when you drink it. Using a whole fruit for this purpose is much better as compared to syrups that are available commercially.
6. Flax seeds (Alsi) are known for their fiber content, and can very well help you when it comes to constipation. You can mix flax seeds in your cereal every morning or just have a handful with warm water early in the morning.
7. Castor oil (Arandi ka tel) has been used for centuries as a sure shot remedy for constipation and has properties that can kill intestinal worms.
8. Spinach (Palak) have properties that cleanse, rebuild and renew the intestinal tract. You can have about 100 ml of spinach juice mixed with an equal quantity of water twice daily. This home remedy is the most effective method to cure even the most stubborn cases of constipation.
9. Oranges are not only a great source of Vitamin C but also have a large amount of fiber content. Eating two oranges every day, once in the morning and once in the evening can provide great relief from constipation.
10. Seed mixtures with 2-3 sunflower seeds, a few flax seeds, til or sesame seeds and almonds ground together to a fine powder can help relieve constipation. Have one tablespoon of this mixture everyday, for a week. You can add it to your salad or cereal every morning. This mixture not only provides the necessary fiber content to relieve constipation but it also helps in rejuvenating the intestinal walls.
Diet tips to avoid constipation:
In order to avoid and cure constipation, it is essential that you maintain healthy food habits. Here are a few changes you could make in your diet to cure constipation:
Avoid foods that contain white flour like maida, white sugar and other processed foods.
Eat light regular meals, and make sure you eat at least 3-4 hours before you go to bed.
Include fruits and vegetables into your daily diet.
Adding condiments like jeera, haldi and ajwain in your food while cooking it is a great way to help digestion.
A word derived from Greek etymology which literally means 'panting' or 'gasping' for breath; is attributed to a disease related to the respiratory tract. Triggered by way of an allergic reaction of the body to one or many stimulants or 'allergens'; a patient in its attacking spell suffers from breathlessness. Marked by a prolonged difficulty in breathing out, asthma is marked by involuntary spasm of small muscular air passages of lungs. Occurring primarily due to an allergic reaction a number of triggers or irritants including those from weather, food, medication and use or exposure to certain chemicals may mark the onset of asthmatic attack.
For people susceptible to asthma on account of pollen, dust and pets need to ensure their protection against the causal factors. It is imperative that they go for air conditioning of their rooms and cars to prevent exposure to the sources of irritation.
It is imperative that they stay away from carpets, draperies and toys which accumulate dust. The ones allergic to animal furs need to ensure that pets are not allowed in vicinity of living rooms.
Besides avoiding the likely allergens, certain dietary means have been found beneficial for those prone to asthmatic attacks. For instance powdered turmeric added to milk keeps such attacks away; if consumed daily on empty stomach
1. Maida (Processed wheat floor)
There are numerous reasons for causing erectile dysfunction, e.g. certain drugs (anti-depressants), neurological disorders, Cavernosal disorders (Peyronie’s disease), etc. Sometimes erectile dysfunction may be traced back to certain health problems like diabetes, depression, or severe reaction to any drug. Excessive alcohol drinking and cigarette smoking are also reasons for it. Psychological factors are also major causes of impotence and can be due to some reasons including the increased focus on sexual performance in society.
In Ayurveda excessive intercourse (without using aphrodisiacs), perverted sexual habits and vitiation of Vata dosha have also been blamed for causing Erectile Dysfunction. Whatever the cause, the problem of Erectile Dysfunction can be very embarrassing and disheartening for both the partners. If it continues for a prolonged period, the psychological factors involved worsen the situation and can cause an unhealthy aversion to sex.
Heart disease,Clogged blood vessels, (atherosclerosis),High cholesterol,High blood pressure,Diabetes,Obesity,Metabolic syndrome — a condition involving increased blood pressure, high insulin levels, body fat around the waist and high cholesterol,Parkinson's disease,Multiple sclerosis,Peyronie's disease — development of scar tissue inside the penisCertain prescription medications,Tobacco use,Alcoholism and other forms of substance abuse,Sleep disorders,Treatments for prostate cancer or enlarged prostate,Surgeries or injuries that affect the pelvic area or spinal cord.
The brain plays a key role in triggering the series of physical events that cause an erection, starting with feelings of sexual excitement. A number of things can interfere with sexual feelings and cause or worsen erectile dysfunction.
These include:Depression, Stress, Anxiety.
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