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Integrative medicine such as Ayurveda, Acupuncture supports balances and strengthens all of the body’s physiological systems. Its ability to treat the endocrine and immune systems enables it to effectively treat women’s health issues, including menstrual, reproductive, and menopausal issues, and immune deficiencies such as candida. Dr. Christopher Trahan is the ayurvedic doctor In Manhattan, New York City. He’s the Ayurvedic Doctor NYC & Ayurvedic Nutritionist. Olympus center is the new york Ayurveda wellness center and Ayurveda center NYC, Ayurveda Spa NYC. Get the Ayurvedic Massage In NYC.
In my practice, most women come in with at least one of the following: menstrual cycles of more than 32 days, PMS, migraines, menstrual cramps treated by pain medications, depression or anxiety, insomnia, weight concerns, eating disorders, or unhealthy craving for sugar and carbohydrates.
These are all issues that are not effectively treated by pharmaceuticals, and relate to female hormones, thyroid and adrenal hormones, the digestive system, and brain chemistry.
In the view of many integrative physicians, many women treated with antidepressants actually suffer from undiagnosed hypothyroid due to the unreliability of standard lab tests. Ayurvedic therapies can support thyroid function, as well as allow women to stop taking the toxic drugs that often make them feel worse, not better.
Integrative medicine uses Ayurveda, acupuncture, herbal medicine, classical homeopathy, and diet and nutrition to treat these conditions.
Ayurveda treats most conditions, resolving specific symptoms while systemically affecting stress reactions and providing a neuro-metabolic re-balancing.Ayurveda treats gynecological ailments, is extremely effective in treating menstrual cramps, headaches, and any pain syndrome, and also affects endorphin and dopamine production.
using Ayurveda and acupuncture and making changes in diet and nutrition, I have seen impressive results in treating infertility, irregular menstruation, PMS, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, hot flashes and night sweats, and chronic candida yeast infections.
Below are some of the results my female patients have experienced. Patient names have been changed to protect privacy.
Judy: In her late 30s, Judy had been doing IVF with poor results in her first two cycles. After we began acupuncture and Ayurveda, her egg harvests improved, and in the third month of treatment, she became pregnant. Her son is now 21.
Angela: My patient in her mid-30s, Angela had no medical evidence of hormonal imbalance, but she was not able to conceive. After she had tried to become pregnant for eight months, we began treatment with acupuncture, herbal medicine, and Ayurveda. She became pregnant after three months of treatment.
Sarah: Also in her mid-30s, Sarah came to me for treatment for various issues over the years. When she did not become pregnant after six months of trying, we treated her with acupuncture and Ayurveda for two cycles. We then added classical homeopathy into her treatment program, and she became pregnant the next cycle.
In the United States, most doctors do not consider acupuncture or Ayurveda as treatment options for their patients. I had the opportunity to experience a version of integrative medicine firsthand, in 1987, when I trained in herbal medicine and acupuncture in Chengdu, in Sichuan Province.
In my experience, the doctors in China are trained in and appreciate Western medicine and how its appropriate drug therapies can be combined with TCM.
Integrative medicine is a broad term and can include treatments with Western, Ayurvedic, and Chinese herbs, and classical homeopathy, a profound healing system developed over 200 years ago in Europe that uses herbal, mineral, and other natural substances to stimulate the body’s healing abilities.