Child Ayurvedic Specialist in Pune – Dr.Arvind Mehare
CHILD HEALTHCARE THROUGH AYURVED
SHRI VISHWADATTA AYURVED PANCHKARMA AND RESEARCH CENTER is known for housing experienced Ayurvedas. Dr. Arvind Tulshiramji Mehare, a well-reputed Ayurveda, practices in PUNE. ‘Dr. Arvind Mehare is the child ayuredic specialist in Pune. He provides the services related to Ayurved and Panchkarma. Dr. Arvind Mehare basically focuses on Ayurvedic treatment for child. The services include treatment for common childhood problems, height weight and development disorders, common allergies and sensitivity disorders, learning and speech disorders and phobia disorders
He also provides Panchkarma treatments. Panchakarma is a Sanskrit word which means five actions or treatments. It is used to clean toxic materials of body that are left by disease, poor nutrition and environmental toxins. Body can naturally remove these waste materials. But, due to repeated dietary indiscretions, poor exercise, lifestyle, and genetic predisposition, the digestive enzymes, metabolic co-factors, hormones, and agnis which regulate the body’s internal homeostasis become disorganized. This leads to the accumulation and spread of toxins throughout the physiology resulting in disease. This waste matter is known as ama in Ayurveda. This ama should be completely removed out of body. For this panchkarma treatments are used. Panchakarma also purifies the tissues at a very deep level. Various panchkarma treatments are – Basti, Snehan, Swedan, Vaman, Virechan, Nasya, Shirodhara, Raktamokshan, Padabhyanga, Agni Karma, Kati Basti etc.
Saam Sanjivani – Dr.Arvind Mehare on Child health problems and Ayurved
SHRI VISHWADATTA AYURVEDIC CHILD HEALTHCARE CENTER
India’s 1st Complete Ayurvedic Child Healthcare Center
‘We care for your Child’s Complete Development, just like The Mother Nature.!!’
We are bound for Complete Restoration of Your Child’s Body, Mind and Soul.
Ayurveda Tips for Children
Children need routine and rhythm for healthy development. Ayurveda and Western medicine absolutely agree on this because without a regular routine, children have difficulties handling the flood of stimuli in their lives. Common consequences are restlessness, hyperactivity and anxiety. The children can’t find balance. From the point of view of Ayurveda, this is an expression of too much Vata. An ayurvedic approach to establishing a daily routine, one that creates balance, can help restore order among the doshas or maintain dosha balance in the first place.
Anyone who drinks a glass of water on an empty stomach first thing in the morning has already done a lot for themselves. From an ayurvedic point of view, drinking water helps with inner cleansing and stimulates morning bowel movements. In the case of children, you can apply this recommendation starting at age one.
Similarly to adults, we suggest that children start their day with an ayurvedic morning routine. The detailed steps are as follows: Inner cleansing: Make sure your child takes the time to empty its bladder and bowel. Abhyanga: For babies, the morning whole-body massage is carried out by parents or another adult. Gently rub the little ones with ripened sesame oil for approx. 10 to 15 minutes. Older children (as of approx. 8 years of age) and teenagers can do the massage themselves and use a massage oil suited to their dosha type: (Vata Massage Oil for dry to normal skin, Pitta Massage Oil for sensitive skin types and Kapha Massage Oil for oily skin to skin that tends to develop blemishes) – each diluted with sesame oil, if necessary.
he goal of all nutrition is to give our body, and thus every single cell, sufficient nourishment and energy. The requirement for that is to thoroughly digest the food. Here, according to Ayurveda, the digestive fire Agni comes into play. Only when it burns properly, are our cells well looked after and minimal waste material (Ama) is produced. Correspondingly, ayurvedic cuisine not only values a healthy and wholesome diet, but also various spices and other ingredients that stimulate the digestive fire. According to Ayurveda, they build the basis for good physical and mental performance and for preventing illnesses and everyday aches and pains. Otherwise, you may suffer from bloating, fatigue, skin blemishes, problems concentrating and other issues. By the way: The basic principles of ayurvedic cuisine resulting from this ayurvedic understanding apply to both children and adults.
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Pune – Main Branch :
Time : Mor. 10am to 1pm & Eve. 5pm to 9pm
Address : Shri Vishwadatta Ayurved, Shri Gajanan Ashish, D wing, above Jijamata bank ,near Siddharth complex, Sinhgad road, Dhayari phata, Pune, Maharastra 411041
Pune – Nigdi Branch :
Visit Time : Every Months 4th Thusday
Time : 2pm to 5pm
Address : Shri Sai Ayurved, Kohinoor Arcade, Above Vishal Jwellers, First Floor, Tilak Chowk, Old Mumbai – Pune Hwy, Nigdi, Pune, Maharashtra 411044
Pune – Sadashiv Peth Branch :
Visit Time : Every Wednesday
Time 4pm to 9pm
Address : Shree Vishwaniranjan Ayurved, Vedant apartment, Near Hatti Ganpati Mandir , Sadashiv Peth Pune – 411030
Visit Time: Every Months 1st Sanday
Time 10 am to 5 pm
Address: Dhanwantari Clinic, Sai Square BuildingThird Floor, Near, Ahilyadevi Holkar Rd, Mumbai Naka, Nashik – 422001
Visit Time: Every Months 2nd Sunday
Time 10 am to 6 pm
Address: Choudhary ENT clinic,
2nd floor, Midas Heights,
Opposite Tarun Bharat press
Visit Time : Every Month 2nd Saturday
Time 11am to 8pm
Address : Arogyam,Ayurvedic multispeciality hospital ,Namuna galli no.5,Rajkamal square,Amaravati
Mumbai – Dadar :
Visit Time: Every Months 3rd Sunday
Time : 10am to 5pm
Address: Palkar Polyclinic, 73 Laxmi Terace,Ranade Road, Opposite Senapati Bapat Statue, Chaitanya Bhumi Marg,Dadar(w) Mumbai 28