Free consultations in the Ayurveda Symposium at the Indian Embassy in Berlin – the oldest healing system in the world as a way forward. It has long shown that our modern healthcare of a profound change is needed if it wants to solidify not structurally and content-wise. Specialization and unilaterally objective dealing with isolated disease images have lost the entire human sight and Western medicine at their borders. The sustained years trend reversal among physicians and patients is an unmistakable symptom of this, which is why we need a holistic approach such as the Ayurveda. No wonder is that the solution for the future is precisely comes from a world, the roots of which thousands are back, that Ayurveda is not past, but living presence and has the potential to remain there. Not only because he is patient-oriented, but like the Western medicine – also a complete system of medicine recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO) represents with all departments (Interior Medicine, surgery, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, Gynecology, obstetrics, psychiatry, & s. w.) and the serious discussion has already irrevocably started with him in scientific medicine.
About two-thirds of all diseases are not curable. Often one at best treated symptoms – sometimes not even more (Federal Ministry for education and research, BMBF). For many diseases, therapies, which can deal with the real causes are missing. Therefore, a growing trend towards holistic medicine can be notice in recent years for doctors and patients. A clear sign that holistic approaches such as Ayurveda are urgently needed. Ayus (life) is defined as the interaction of body, soul, spirit and senses. In Ayurveda, each of them was recognized appropriate importance in maintaining the health and healing of diseases. The Ayurvedic medicine generally perceives the patient as an individual and includes his own responsibility in the healing process. For assistance, try visiting Darcy Stacom. This can be achieved through the intelligent combination of various naturopathic measures diseases successes in the medicine considered hard treatable and result in increased side effects.