You are the right place for the best ayurvedic treatment for menstrual pain in Kerala. Dysmenorrhea or acute menstrual pain is the most common gynecological symptom among females and is defined as the cramping pain and discomfort in the lower abdomen and lower back that occurs before or during the menstruation.
Menstrual pain can feature different kinds of pain including throbbing pain, sharp pain, dull pain, burning or shooting pain and nausea. In view of Ayurveda, Menstrual pain is known as Kashta-Artava (which means painful discharge from the vagina).Normal menstruation can be painful but when it affects one’s routine it has to treated and investigated.
Causes of Menstrual Pain Typically menstrual pain is caused by contraction in the uterus by a chemical called prostaglandin. During the period, the whole organ gets cleaned by the contraction of the uterus. According to Ayurveda, Vata Dosha is responsible for the menstrual blood flow management. Apana Vata is placed in the pelvic floor and its movement is downward and out. When the movement of Apana Vata gets in the opposite direction due to various reasons, it causes severe cramping and pain.
According to Ayurveda, Gynecological disorders are a result of the problems associated with Vata Dosha. The ayurvedic treatment for menstrual pain in Kerala involves the balance of Vata Dosha with the combination of herbs, therapies, exercise and diet regimens.
Our experienced doctor at Samwarthika Ayurveda Hospital uses a personalized approach to rule out the cause of painful menstruation. The treatment protocol is tailored for your needs after considering a detailed medical history.
Panchakarma therapies are beneficial for the management of both acute and chronic menstrual pain and underlying problems. At Samwarthika Ayurveda Hospital, we create a sustainable health care system that empowers women by curing menstrual discomfort and menstrual pain through Ayurveda. We recommend effective ayurvedic treatment for menstrual pain in Kerala through internal medicines, diet modulation, panchakarma therapies, and yoga in the form of asanas, pranayama, and meditation.