Health is the balanced state of tridoshas. Whenever there is a disturbance within the doshas, it can cause various types of Ayurveda Diseases.
In Ayurveda whole life and lifestyle must be in harmony before you can enjoy true well being.
Types of Ayurveda Diseases
The constitution of a human body includes both the physical and psychological constitution and the three doshas mainly works on these factors which when there is an imbalance results in illness. Samanyaj vyadhi arises when there is an imbalance of one or all the Doshas.Like anemia arises as a result of disequilibrium of either of Vata, Pitta or Kapha Dosha or all of them.
Nanatmaj diseases dominates as result of imbalance in any one particular dosha and some of the most common nanatmaj diseases include grudhrasi (sciatica), Kamala (jaundice), Medorog (obesity) which arises due to the debase of Vata, Pitta, Kapha Doshas, respectively.
The Agantuj diseases are mainly due to the entry of outside particles into our body. So it is mainly an external factor causing diseases like poison, accidents, heat stroke etc.
Nijroga mainly occurs when there is an imbalance or disharmony of all the three doshas namely vatta,pitta and kapha.
This is mainly due to the repairment of the functioning of the nervous system.Thus manas vyadhi mainly arises as a matter of interfernce of the doshas with the nervous system.
Sadhya generally refers to curable diseases. The diseases coming under Sadhya is classified into two categories, where those diseases that can be easily cured in a short period of time is referred as Sukhasadhya and those chronic illness which takes time to be treated are known as Kruchchhasadhya.
Any incurable diseases is generally referred as Asadhya, in ayurveda. Asadhya is further divided into branches namely Yapya and Anukarma where for the former though there are remedies it persist for remaining period of life. At the time if treatment or medication one can see relief but however it shoots up again in short period. Anukarma are those that cannot be cured
Aadi- Bala Pravritta
Such kind of diseases are mainly transmitted through genes or genetically predisposed.
The congenital diseases are known as janma-bala in Ayurveda. It is a defect or an inborn error of metabolism that is present at birth.
If the disease is traumatic, then it is referred to as sanghata-bala in Ayurveda.
Kala – Bala
Any diseases arising due to seasonal changes is known as Kala-Bala.The external and internal factors are responsible for the state of equilibrium of an individual’s body. Once the balance is disturbed and leads to disease and disharmony.
Sometimes also occur due to possession of demons or gods. Such conditions are referred as Daiva -Bala.
All human body is susceptible to natural changes and when such changes occur there are possibilities of diseases coming up which is known as svabhava- bala in Ayurveda.
The disorder of the three doshas namely vatta, pitta and kapha resulting in endogenous diseases are known as nija.
Any diseases which arises due to an external factor like an injury is said to cause Agantuja according to Ayurveda.
When a person is affected by a disease then at times certain physiological disturbances may be seen and in such cases the diseases is referred as Sharirik.
If a person shows sickness due to psychological disturbances then he/she is said to suffer from Mansik diseases in ayurveda.