Aatyayika in ayurved refers to remedies for casualties and medical emergency. Aatyayika encompasses both treatment and prevention of ailments and issues concerning the human body for effective time bound remedies.
Aatyayika is classified into two namely:
Swastya Rakshan offered by the OPD at Ishan Ayurved Medical College and Research Centre aims to streamline lifestyle management of patients with the aim of providing them perfect health as defined in Ayurveda. To this extent the OPD offers dedicated Swastya Rakshan consulting. Yoga is an integral part of our Swastya Rakshan consulting service. Yoga and Ayurveda complement each other in the way that both are based on the principles of the trigunas (sattva, rajas and tamas) and panchamahabhutas (earth, fire, water, air and sky). Yoga aims to detoxify the human body and mind based on the understanding and practice of the working mechanism of Dosha-Dhatu-Mala and the effects of medicines on the body: Rasa-Veerya-Vipika (taste-energy-post digestive effect). Ishan Ayurved Medical College and Research Centre offers best in class consulting and guidance for the learning and practice of Yoga.
Remedial solutions offered through Aatyayika at Ishan Ayurved Medical College and Research Center cover but are not limited to the following issues:
Aatyayika is the equivalent of treatment for casualties and emergencies. The ayurved hospital in Greater Noida, Ishan Ayurved Medical College and Research Center offers time bound remedies for fast healing and recovery from casualties of the digestive system (Aamashaya), head injuries (Uttamanga), ear injuries (karna-akshi), nose (Naasa), pediatric casualties (Jaatakarma), poisoning through external and internal agents (bites, stings and inhalation), heat and burns (Aatapa), breath and asphyxia (Shwassa), body pains and casualties (Vatavyadhi).
In doing so the ayurved hospital offers time tested remedies for fast and effective resolution of issues of emergency and casualty. The ayurved hospital offers fast recovery and healing from ailments and accidental injuries based on the asthang principles of ayurved.