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All 7 chakras are involved
The urinary system is responsible for regulating blood pressure, blood volume, and blood pH, among other functions. It eliminates waste products such as salts, toxins, and water, and helps maintain homeostasis in the body. Aging, illness, congenital disorders, or injury can lead to problems in the urinary system.
Ayurveda believes that the normal functioning of the urinary tract is dependent on the balance of three doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. An imbalance in any of these doshas can lead to urinary system disorders. Ayurvedic treatments for these disorders include rinsing the infection, detoxification, clearing urinary tract obstructions, and administering toning drugs for the kidneys and normalizing the function of Apana Vayu (Vata).
Panchakarma is a holistic method that can help remove toxins and purify the root causes of urinary system disorders. An experienced Ayurvedic doctor will develop a program tailored to your specific needs.
Here are some Ayurvedic recommendations for maintaining the health of your urinary system:
- Avoid hot spices
- Drink plenty of water
- Consume fresh lemon juice and fresh coconut water
- Use cinnamon and cardamom as healing spices
- Avoid holding back the urge to urinate, as this can hold toxins in the body
- Wear cotton underwear and loose-fitting clothing
- Do exercises to strengthen pelvic muscles
Ayurveda also recognizes that emotions play a role in urinary system health. Fear of the future and one's material condition can cause imbalances that affect the urinary tract and excretory organs. It's important to stop feeling like a victim and follow the purity of one's thoughts and intentions.
Urinary system disorders can affect various body parts, including the pelvis, legs, abdomen, prostate, genitals, urinary tract, kidney, bladder. Some of the common urinary system disorders include urinary tract infections, kidney stones, prostatitis, and overactive bladder.
Urinary system disorders: Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Interstitial cystitis, Renal Failure, Urethritis, Urinary incontinence, Burning Urination, Haematuria, Kidney or bladder cancer, Chronic kidney disease, Kidney cysts, Diabetic kidney problems, Kidney Failure, Enuresis.
Chakra location: Sacral chakra (Swadhisthana)
Dosha imbalances: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha
Emotions that block: Fear of the future, fear of one's material condition