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Respiratory Disorders

The respiratory system is the combination of organs and tissues that are associated with the breathing process. The treatment of respiratory disorders in Ayurveda is not only according to infection caused by environmental allergens, but rather a full-fledged study that efficiently detects the underlying cause (imbalanced doshas) that distresses and inhibits functioning. The main triggers that flare-ups the disease are state of mind, metabolism, and the human excretory system.

The respiratory disorders in Ayurveda are classified based on the most common symptoms that are reported by the patients.

  • Kasa (Cough)
  • Shwasa (Breathing difficulties)
  • Peenasa (Sinusitis)
  • Pratishyaya (Rhinitis)

The alarming signs that must not be neglected are

  • Apnea (absence of breathing)
  • Coughing
  • Sneezing and wheezing
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Loose, wet cough with phlegm production.
  • Shortness of breath
  • Rapid breathing (tachypnea)
  • Chest pain
  • Hemoptysis (blood in the sputum)


But worry not, as the traditional practice is there for providing the best of the best treatment for all forms or types of respiratory ailments. The Vata and Kapha doshas are the predominant that are responsible for the emergence of the issue. Dr.Devkates Ayurvedic Clinic treats the root-cause of the Respiratory Disorders By Customised Ayurvedic medicines and Personalise treatment plan, specialized diets and lifestyle plans.

The Ayurvedic Treatment for Rhinitis and Sinus, the upper respiratory tract infection can provide an effective recovery. Dr.Anil Devkate in-depth examines the condition and prescribes the Ayurvedic treatment by fully reviewing the health status.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Respiratory Diseases

The purification therapies hold a great and pivotal role that naturally and holistically help cleanse the body by efficiently removing toxins.

Additionally, it helps improve digestive fire and subsequently manages the vitiated Vata and Kapha doshas. The proper management assures not only direct care of respiratory ailments, but also balances the digestive system, which is the physical root of the disorder.