Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine use pulse signals obtained from the radial artery as a means for diagnosis of diseases. These conventional techniques are nowadays being replaced by devices using various sensors for detecting the pulse signal from the radial artery at the wrist position. Various research articles have extensively explained the values of pulse diagnosis. In ancient times, pulse diagnosis using the signals obtained from the three precise locations on the wrist at the radial artery, viz. The signals obtained from these locations are not only due to the contraction and relaxation of blood vessels but also a result of movement of blood through the artery and a change in their diameter. The science of Ayurveda is based on these three pulse signals, namely vata, pitta and kapha.
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Total : PDF: Total views: Dravyaguna, Dr. Ayurvedic collage, Hyderabad, India. In Ayurveda we find the mention of a very important diagnostic tool referred to as the Ashtvidhpariksha. Nadi pariksha forms an inevitable part of this Ashtvidha Pariksha. Vata - Pitta - Kapha which forms the base of diagnosis and treatment in Ayurveda ; their effect and their current status in the body can be determined only through Nadi Pariksha.
The information about Nadi is available in the form of Shlokas in our ancient books. The information in the Shlokas is not very clearly written and is mentioned in a very decorative language. Thus, it can be understood only with the proper guidance of a guru. There is evidently no reference about Nadi vijnana in our ancient books like Brihatrayi. The purpose of the present study is, to impoverish the cognition, a little attempt is made to put.
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The Science of Nadi and Nadi Pariksha
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It is an important diagnostic tool used by Ayurvedic doctors and consists of various examination or physical tests. Nadi Pareeksha is widely used since years for the diagnosis of imbalance of dosha in the body and concluding a disease. Book appointment. Pulse diagnosis or Nadi Pareeksha is done using the signals obtained from the three precise locations on the wrist at the radial artery using the index, middle and ring fingers corresponding to Vata, Pitta, and Kapha.
How to Read Your Pulse
Nadi Pariksha is an ancient Ayurvedic technique of diagnosis through the pulse. It can accurately diagnose physical, mental and emotional imbalances as well as diseases. It is a non- invasive science that enables to reach the root cause of health issues and not just address the symptoms. The key to cure and keep our body in good health is to balance the doshas and bring back balance to the body system. The principles of Ayurveda follow the natural way to diagnose diseases and bring back balance to the body.
Nadi Pariksha (Pulse Diagnosis) - A Traditional Diagnostic Approaches as per Ayurveda
Total : PDF: Total views: Dravyaguna, Dr. Ayurvedic collage, Hyderabad, India. In Ayurveda we find the mention of a very important diagnostic tool referred to as the Ashtvidhpariksha.