Ayurveda & Sex Management (Vajikarana)
AYURVEDA& SEX MANAGEMENT (VAJIKARANA)
Ayurveda is the art of moment-to-moment living. It teaches us to be aware and make constant adjustment to be optimally healthy. Being art and science of living, Ayurveda has a great deal to say about sex. The Ayurveda proponents used the term Ritucharya to provide the guidelines regarding
Simply it means “the right schedule”. In Sanskrit, the language of Ayurveda ‘Ritu’ means season and ‘charya’ means activity. Obviously, Ritucharya is all we do in a particular season to maintain the balance of doshas or to stay healthy. Ayurveda has mentioned the frequency and mode of sex in every season.
For best results or for eternal bliss, both the partners should be physically, mentally and spiritually involved with the other. Touch, smell, food, music and ambience play a vital role in developing, increasing and prolonging intimacy.
Sex and stress are linked in several ways. Most of us instinctively know this already, and feel it unmistakably when a particularly stressful week or two zaps us of our sex drive. But while stress
can have a hand in low libido, it can also be a great stress reliever.
Being in a good mood predicted more physical affection and sexual activity with a partner the next day, showing that the sex-stress management connection works both ways: sex can lead you to feel less stressed, and being less stressed (or at least in a better mood) can lead to more sex. Further proof of the importance of effective stress management!
Depending on your level of enthusiasm, you can burn a lot of calories during sex, and gain the stress management benefits of exercise as well.
For more and better sex one can practice Vajikaran therapy (virlification) - that part of Ayurveda, which enhances male fertility and potency. However, any misuse of the same may open up a deluge of emotional and psychological complications. Use of similar medication (aphrodisiac supplements) instantly induces sexual pleasure and excitement, increases sexual stamina and promotes fertile seminal secretions.
1. PREMATURE EJACULATION:
The most common problem of sexual dissatisfaction is premature ejaculation in males. Because it cut shorts the duration of intimacy and the couple cannot achieve full orgasm.
2. UNSATISFACTORY Erections OR SEXUAL DEFICIENCY:
In most cases the root cause for this is very psychological. However, it is imperative to first check on all the pathological / physical causes. After treating them, the patients' self-confidence needs to be restored too.
3. LACK OF LIBIDO:
The ultra modern hectic lifestyle causes severe tension and excessive fatigue within individuals. This is usually the prime cause for lack of libido and unsatisfactory sexual performance.
Male infertility is often due to the sperm count falling below the fertility level. A large number of sperms are not motile, viable or exhibit morphological abnormalities.
5. SPERMATORRHOEA (NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS):
It is an involuntary discharge of semen without undergoing orgasm. A distressing symptom in many patients, it leads to psychosomatic complaints as lack of concentration, headaches, excessive sweating, giddiness etc. Usually happens during sleep.
6. SEXUAL WEAKNESS IN THE ELDERLY:
With the hectic lifestyles of this age and advancing years, the male desire for sexual intercourse tends to taper off early and sexual intimacy tends to become unsatisfactory.
Mainly psychogenic in origin, it is directly related to anxiety regarding sexual performance.
Infertility: Causes of Infertility
* Sluggish digestion
* Nervous system imbalances
* Some acquire the impotency by birth- the well known genetic causes.
* Physical and mental stress
* Accumulated toxins
* Infertility can also arise when the reproductive tissue is damaged by infection or trauma.
* Poor nutrition
* Lowered natural resistance and immunity
* Disruption of natural biological rhythms
* Dirty Electricity at workplace and home
* Radiation in surrounding or past radiation therapies
* Side effects of Anti-biotic, prescription
* Due to various types of addictions
* Due to accidents and/or surgeries
can arise from a variety of factors including, general health and lifestyle issues, structural issues, mechanical issues, systemic hormonal imbalances, ovulatory issues.
General Health and Lifestyle Issues
A wide range of general health and lifestyle issues can affect fertility, including celiac syndrome, smoking, caffeine intake, obesity, previous cancer treatment and age-related fertility decline. Undiagnosed celiac
syndrome has been identified as an important cause of infertility, because lack of proper absorption and assimilation ultimately leads to impaired nutrition of artava dhatu.
There are two issues blocking fertility that are not remediable in themselves, although measures can still be taken to enhance fertility. Previous cancer treatment may be a cause of infertility since radiation and
chemotherapy can damage the artava dhatu, killing oocytes and leading to premature ovarian failure and infertility. Postponement of pregnancy until after the age of thirty five is increasingly common in
contemporary society, and is accompanied by increased risk of infertility. In these situations, all the Ayurvedic practitioner can do is to offer the best possible support to artavadhatu by doing pancha karma, balancing doshas and tonifying the reproductive system asabove.
About 15% of instances of female infertility are due to structural issues, including congenital anomalies such as uterine septa and unicornuate uterus, as well as acquired diseases of the uterus such as fibroids.
Here again, the Ayurvedic practitioner can be of assistance mostly in efforts to support artava vaha
srotas and maximize the potential fertility in the face of the structural issues.
Up to 40% of female infertility arises from mechanical issues, chiefly scar tissue blocking the fallopian tubes. Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) and endometriosis are the chief causes of these mechanical issues. Endometritis, salpingitis, tubo-ovarian abscess and pelvic peritonitis all fall into the PID category and are typically due to undiagnosed or untreated sexually transmitted diseases, chiefly Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea. Because PID can result in sterility, ectopic pregnancy and even a severe life threatening septicaemia, it is important that young, sexually active women experiencing pelvic or lower abdominal pain be referred for evaluation of possible PID. PID should also be considered where there is abnormal bleeding, vaginal discharge or dyspareunia (pain during intercourse). In the case of endometriosis, (cystic deposits of endometrial tissue.
Systemic Hormonal Imbalances
Two main systemic hormonal imbalances affect female fertility—hypothyroidism and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). When the thyroid is under functioning, fertility may be lowered. It is a form of vata/Kapha. Syndrome characterized by multiple small cysts on the ovaries, abdominal obesity, androgenic features such as hirsuitism (excess facial and body hair growth) and acne, insulin resistance, irregular menstruation and an ovulation. PCOS is a leading cause of female infertility. Ayurvedic management includes a vata/kapha soothing diet rich in phyto-nutrients, a good vata/kapha pacifying yoga program, and herbal regimens to support weight loss, blood sugar balance and female hormonal
Ovulatory issues include premature luteinization, luteinized unruptured follicle syndrome may be present despite regular menstruation. These issues can typically be addressed with Vidari, which contains progesterone precursors. An Ayurvedic type of diet, with “higher consumption of monounsaturated rather than trans fats, vegetable rather than animal protein sources, low glycogenic carbohydrates and high fat dairy,” has been of demonstrated help in ovulate disorder infertility.
How Ayurvedic LifeStyles can help:
Treatments are meant to flush out the toxins, they are classified as pre-purification, main purification and post purification phases and include various types of therapies like oil massages, fermented liquid massages, medicinal enemas, herbal purification methods. The Rasayana Therapies are meant to nourish the body, to bring the doshas back to balance and to regenerate the body. These comprise diet regulations, daily regimens, intake of oral medicines and Ayurveda tonics, yoga and a stress free life. The goal of this Ayurvedic approach is to enliven the body's natural healing and self-repair ability not only to help restore fertility, but also to prevent disorders and create the highest state of health and well-being. The following comprehensive approach is considered crucial to removing infertility problems. According to Ayurvedic, the body builds the essence of productive tissue function, sperm and ova, through a process that involves proper sequential functioning of all seven of its major tissues.
Herbs are considered nutritional supplements in Ayurvedic. Their purpose is to restore balance to the specific functioning modes whose malfunctioning is causing your condition. During your personal interview our Ayurvedic Health Consultants select the appropriate herbal formulas for aiding the healing process, strengthening digestion and helping the body purify itself of toxins and free radicals.
Pulse diagnosis in Ayurveda is not just counting the beats. It also reveals the health status of the entire body constitution, including the dosha imbalance and the health of the various body organs.
As per the principles of Ayurvedic path physiology in such case histories, all these symptoms point to the dysfunction of the Apana Vayu, for which Basti(medicated enema) is the best treatment.
Ayurveda can alos guide you for Sperms Deficiancy, unexpected women's issues with monthy cycles and maintain your health with rejuvation.
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1) Initial Consultation
2) Customized Diet Chart
3) Customized Treatment Chart
5) PanchaKarma (Detoxification) and /or other therapies
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