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Ayurveda in Sri Lanka

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Ayurveda translates into English as the Science of Life (Ayur - life, veda - science). Ayurveda is the oldest and most developed life science of natural healing in the world. Life is the outcome of the union of body (Sharir), sense organs (Indriya), Psyche (Mana) and Soul (Atma). “Ayurveda” is not only a form of medication – it is a way of life known to generations of Sri Lankans for over 3000 years. The health conscious today are searching for effective alternatives to the spiraling costs and side effects that result from the use of modern medicine. Sri Lankans, in the last couple of millennia has made use of the “user-friendly and traditional medicine – Ayurveda” which over 75% of the island’s population depend on because of its reliance on natural plants, herbs and oils. Three vital forces of Ayurveda Ayurveda is not merely a system of Healing, but an entire way of life that aims to bring about the perfect balance of the entire personality - body, mind and spirit. Ayurveda is based on theory of tridosha of the three Biological forces - Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Disease arises when there is an imbalance among the three Doshas and aim of the therapy is to bring about the required equilibrium. Types of Ayurveda Massages Ayurveda Body Massage This is the application of oil on the body with the help of palms. The abhyanga (Massage) is used for relaxation, as well as giving tone to the muscles and promoting blood circulation. The regular application of oil gives longevity, strengthens the muscles and relieves fatigue. It also treats diseases of the nervous system (Vata Roga). The selection of the type of oil depends on the diagnosis of the physician and the duration of the treatment is usually for 30-40 minutes. Ayurveda Head Oil Application This is the application of oil and massaging with the help of hands. Different types of oils are used according to the guest’s condition and any ailments if present. It improves the blood circulation and prevents and cures headache and migraine. It also prevents and cures hair loss, baldness and premature graying of hair and helps hair growth. It promotes eye sight and clears the complexion of the face. It helps the individual to sleep and is good for stress and mental diseases. It is also good for conditions such as facial paralysis and hemiplegia (paralysis). Ayurveda Facial Treatment Herbal pastes and steam are used to smooth out wrinkles and clear the skin. Ayurveda Herbal Bath Herbal leaves and roots are boiled and the water is poured on the patients. Different types of herbal water is used according to any prevalent ailment and the condition of the patient. Ayurveda Herbal Steam Bath Herbal leaves and roots are boiled and the steam passed through the body for a prescribed period of time. Indications – obesity, joint pains. Ayurveda Nasal Treatment Medicated oils, herbal juices, powders etc. are administered through the nose tract. This treatment is very effective for chronic sinusitis, chronic headache, migraine, facial paralysis, nasal congestion, cataract and diseases of eye, nose, ear, mouth and head. Ayurveda Arm Massage Headaches, neck pain, aching shoulders or tired hands can all be caused by tension in the arms. Massaging the arms helps the arms and shoulders to relax, and can alleviate many of these problems. Ayurveda Leg Massage By stimulating the circulation, massaging brings blood and nutrients to the legs and helps to prevent varicose veins. Gentle stroking up the legs towards the lymph nodes can help to reduce puffiness or swelling in the lower legs. Help to reduce accumulation of cellulite, dry skin and flabby thighs. Ayurveda Neck & Shoulder Massage Special herbal oil is applied to the neck and the shoulder to release muscular spasms, rheumatic pain and stress related conditions as the neck and the shoulder area is so often stiff and tense. This is due to the neck muscles having to continuously support the head and also many people habitually hunch their shoulders, making the muscles at the sides of the neck very tense. Ayurveda Foot Massage During a foot massage, special attention is focused on the tender spots. This massage produces a reflect effect on the internal organs as well as creating a combined soothing and invigorating effect. Massage of the feet prevents and cures dryness, numbness, roughness, fatigue, and cracking of the heels. It strengthens walking and running.

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Siddhalepa Ayurveda Hospital

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Our state of the art Ayurveda hospital in Sri Lanka offers professional consultation to both local & foreign patients everyday of the week. A wide range of treatments are delivered to patients by a panel of well experienced Ayurveda specialist doctors who are renowned for providing customized remedies combined with personal care & attention. Additionally, our hospital is the only Ayurveda hospital to have a panel of renowned consultants visiting on a regular basis. What makes our hospital standout is that 90% of the medicine used in our treatments are produced locally by Siddhalepa using all natural ingredients. Keeping up with international standards and ensuring both safety and authenticity, our ISO standard medicine has become a trusted name around the world. Treatments Our service to you is not limited solely to the curing of ailments and other diseases, but as a preferred Sri Lanka Ayurveda hospital, we remain committed to ensuring that you reconnect with your inner self, thus giving you a sense of contentment and fulfilment to your lifestyle. We administer the ‘Panchakarma’ treatment that is successful in maintaining the smooth functioning of your body while alleviating any form of stress. Our medicated oils have been used throughout the years to relieve one of aches and pains and visitors ought to make use of these healing properties to ease and loosen tensed muscles. Further, the softening and improving of the skin’s textures are taken care of by our experts through the use of mineral and herbal baths that leave your skin refreshed and healthy. Services & Facilities With an expert panel of Ayurveda doctors together with a range of available in-house treatments, the Siddhalepa Hospital continues in its endeavour of being at the forefront of affording well thought out therapeutic healing. As an Ayurveda hospital Sri Lanka is well known for, visitors can expect a heartfelt service that comprises specialist consultations, OPD service, 24-hour ambulance and an array of facilities to take advantage of during the course of one’s treatment Hospital Facilities Private room Attendant services Bed Hot and cold water Carefully prepared meals in accordance with dietary plans Telephone Pharmacy facilities Ayurveda product shop Other Facilities Ambulance facilities E-channelling Medical insurance - Sri Lanka Insurance – Health Plus - Janashakthi InsuranceAsian Alliance – Health Net - Union Assurance - Agrahara - Ceylinco Insurance – Suwa Sampatha - AIA Insurance - Hayley’s AIG Insurance - Amana Takaful Insurance - Employees Trust Fund – Hospital Medical Insurance Scheme – Shrama Suwa Rekawarana OPD Our team of highly qualified Ayurvedic doctors in Sri Lanka perform general physician services for outpatients as required. Referral services to specialists are also offered in the event that they are deemed necessary. Patients can visit the hospital daily from 07:00am till 08:00pm. Channeling The Siddhalepa Hospital offers quality professional medical assistance from experienced Ayurvedic doctors in Sri Lanka, who are also available for consultation on a permanent basis at various clinics which are affiliated with and maintained by the hospital. Clinic - Arthritis - Respiratory Disorders - Skin Diseases - Psoriasis - Asthma - Dislocation Features of Joints & bones - Mental Disorders - Gynecological Diseases - Neurological Diseases and Paralysis - ENT Disorders - Diabetes - Slimming Treatments

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