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Digestive problem
I have digestive issues such as IBS, weight loss, constipation, bloating, bacterial overgrowth, fatigue, poor concentration. My health didn't improve from any allopathic or ayurvedic treatment(Medanta, Fortis, Baba Ramdev, Acharya Bal Krishna,etc). Met with a doctor and he told me that no medicine can give a cure, and our body has the ability to heal itself. He asked me to control my stress, perform excercise and yoga, make a daily routine. By following them, I have already started feeling better. Is it true that medicines cannot cure me and body heals itself? Kindly be specific.
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Dr. Ankur Singhal
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Yes it is true that body is having self defence and self healing mechanism bur upto a certain limit. Stress and anxiety and other psychic disorders play a major causative factor for gastric problems. If you are suffering from psychosomatic disorders , then no medicines can heal you till you take proper natural mesures to control your mind.
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Dr. Roopakala
Ayurveda 8 yrs exp Bangalore
Hello Yes its true. Psychosomatic diseases like IBS respond to mediation yoga pranayam with simple ayurveda medicines like Jeerakadyarista mustarista bilvadi rasayana
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Dr. Sneha Kurian
General Physician 9 yrs exp Chennai
IBS having more influence on psychological factor than physical factor.Surely it is curable by ayurvedic medicines like indukantham kashayam,guloochyadi kashayam, daddimashtaka choornam, vilwadi gulika etc. Takradhara (head) also effective . Find out which food will create problems for you and then try to avoid that. Do yoga daily, avoid coffee,tea etc..Drink more buttermilk.
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