Ayurveda Concepts of Sadvritta & Achara Rasayana, their Role in Diseases Control
Ayurveda advises different approaches to live a healthy and long life. Ayurveda encompasses ways to prevent and treat disorders associated with lifestyle, in this connection Ayurveda advocated some dietary and daily routines for physical and mental well being. Dincharya, Ritucharya, Aachar Rasayan and Sadvritta, etc. are some approaches suggested by ancient philosopher for maintaining good health. Amongst these approaches Aachar Rasayan and Sadvritta includes moral conducts and behavior conducts to be followed for acquiring physical and mental well being. The concept of Achara Rasayana is related with Mana, Dhi and Dhriti thus play important role to maintaining a healthy socio-physiological wellbeing. As per Ayurveda the concepts of Sadvritt and Aachar rasayan has great impacts on the happiness and positive health of human being. This article explains Ayurveda concepts of Sadvritta & Achara Rasayana, and their role in diseases management.
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