Changes were made both to the design and functionality. Let’s look into all updates one by one.
Two years ago I performed a series of experiments evaluating the influence of music on psychophysiological state of humans. I was impressed when I saw how much the music can influence on the heart rhythm. I repeated the experiments over and over again, gave the headphones to yet another participant, turned on the music, started the heart rate recording and watched on the computer screen how cardiointervalogram changes right before my eyes.
Everytime we or our relatives get sick, we ask ourselves: “Why?” Got the virus at work or in public transport; caught a draft; all diseases are from nerves and etc. Today, we would like to give you the understanding of the reasons of disease pathogenesis according to Ayurvedic medical tradition.
Once again authentic masters of the ancient Ayurvedic knowledge verified the accuracy of the VedaPulse assessments in constitutional attributes (Doshas, Vikruti). Previously, we have already written about a positive feedback from Ayurvedic experts and below you will find more of it.
Likewise the five types of Vayu (air) and five types of Agni (fire), there are five types of Kapha-dosha, which collectively form the interaction of the elements of earth and water in the body (according to the Ayurvedic theory of Pancha-Maha-Bhuta).
We continue the series of articles that are devoted to the release of a new “Nidan” module. Today let’s talk about subdoshas of Pitta dosha, or five kinds of fire (Pitta).
Personalized reflexology is a modern trend of traditional Chinese medicine in the world. In this particular case, a specialist gets the opportunity to use not only the “golden recipes” of acupuncture, which are a standard used everywhere, but an individual approach based on a person’s physiology.
The theory of three biological forces – dosha – is only the outer shell of a deeper Ayurvedic concept, in which each of the doshas is the quintessence of five complementary systems of regulation. They are called “subdoshas”.
Elaborating upon a theme, that we have begun in the article “A practical example of the assessment’s results analysis from the perspective of Ayurveda”. We have at our disposal several assessments of one patient. This allows us to study the dynamics of his condition in detail.
For those who have just begun learning about “Vedapulse” with this article, we want to remind that the program includes both – HRV (heart rate variability) algorithms – method recognized by the modern academic medicine, and algorithms, resulted from the traditional Ayurveda pulse diagnosis’ techniques.